The Indian developer has secured another solar rooftop project for buildings owned by the Indian government.
The International Energy Agency’s Renewables 2017 report finds that solar PV capacity grew 50% last year, underpinning a 12% increase in this year’s renewables forecast and prompting the IEA to forecast 1,000 GW of clean energy by 2022.
Electrical equipment group Havells and Israeli inverter maker SolarEdge have revealed plans to provide inverter solutions for 50 MW of residential, commercial and industrial rooftop solar projects across India in financial year 2017-18.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi launches ‘Saubhagya’ scheme with goal to provide electricity to entire country via heavy reliance on solar power.
The company has further procured 2.8 MW of rooftop solar projects in Uttar Pradesh, which is expected to be commissioned by January 2018.
A leading independent solar producer in India, Azure power has commissioned 50 MW solar power plant in Uttar Pradesh.
Last week’s Renewable Energy India exhibition was a busy, bustling affair that highlighted the rude health and impressive energy of India’s solar sector. There are still many hurdles to overcome, however, if India is to develop its own domestic manufacturing industry.
Maoists attacked a 30 MW Tata Power Solar plant in Gaya, Bihar.
Azure Roof Power, a subsidiary of Azure Power, will install solar panels on Indian government buildings across 10 states, after winning the right to build 50 MW of PV capacity in an auction held by Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI).
Finnwind Oy, an installer, is Vikram Solar’s strategic partner for PV installation in Finland.
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