Japan’s New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) has started operating a microgrid powered by a 1 MW solar array in western India.
The large-scale project will be owned and developed by IBC solar in Odisha.
As India’s energy needs are rising fast, the increased use of renewables in 2030 could save the economy 12 times the installation costs, when reduced environmental and health damage are taken into account, shows International Renewable Energy Agency’s roadmap to 2030, ranking solar as the country’s second largest source of renewable energy.
The Indian Ministry of Finance has imposed an antidumping duty on tempered glass imported from China in the range from $64.04 to $136.21 per metric ton.
Opinion: One of the main challenges for investors in India is to meet competitive pricing while achieving acceptable quality. Prakash Vora, senior director – Operations at Terraform Global India, explains how to ensure quality in India.
Switzerland’s ABB has further consolidated its market presence in India’s burgeoning renewables sector, surpassing a 5 GW supply milestone. The company claims its inverters now power 40% of various solar projects across the country, whose accumulated capacity stands at 13 GW.
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