A well-designed rooftop solar system should last 20 or 30 years, or longer. This guide for choosing the right contractor should help ease your concerns.
Packaging manufacturer Huhtamaki India chose Amplus Solar to install the rooftop solar capacity across its factories in Guwahati, Daman, Silvassa, and Taloja. The use of solar power from these plants will help the company avoid approximately 750 metric tonnes of CO2 emissions per annum.
India’s Aegeus Technologies has developed an autonomous, water-free cleaning bot for rooftop solar installations. The bot weighs 5 kg (with battery) and can be operated remotely through a web-based app. It uses an air wash technology to clean the panels, ensuring no need for water or any harmful chemicals.
A prototype of a cement-based battery has been developed in Sweden for potential applications in buildings. Its creators claim it could become a solution to store electricity from rooftop PV and they do not exclude that it could also be used for the storage of large-scale renewables.
Poor and piecemeal implementation of net metering policies is a major roadblock for the uptake of rooftop solar system in India, according to a new report by Asian Development Bank.
Bidders have until May 10 to lodge their interest in installing and commissioning the grid-connected solar capacity at various training and educational institutions across the State.
Developers have until May 17 to bid for the installation, commissioning, and ten-year operation and maintenance of rooftop solar projects across India.
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