Fuji Electric India has introduced the PV 1500 series central inverters for large-scale solar plants. The inverters are available from 1,042 kVA up to 4,167 kVA and offer DC/AC ratio up to 1.6 and peak efficiency of 98.8%.
Gautam Solar has introduced its n-type TOPCon solar modules in power ratings of 565 Wp to 580 Wp and a maximum efficiency of 22.45%.
NTPC is accepting bids to set up a 120 MW ground-mounted and 56 MW floating solar PV project at its Ramagundam superthermal power station in Telangana. Bidding closes on Oct. 20.
The Indian government is actively steering the nation towards a sustainable and environmentally-conscious energy future. However, this juncture calls for a strategic alignment of protective measures to ensure their intended outcomes, notably reducing India’s reliance on energy imports and positioning the nation as a global hub for solar manufacturing.
Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA) has invited an Expression of Interest (EOI) from developers to set up a cumulative floating solar capacity of 100 MW across Punjab. The capacity will comprise projects of different sizes, to be developed on a build-own-operate basis.
India’s TriNANO Technologies has developed a nanocoating for solar modules that reportedly increases the panel’s power generation by up to 4% owing to its light trapping, anti-reflection and self-cleaning properties. It also lowers the panel temperature by 2-3 degrees Celsius compared to non-coated panels.
The state-owned hydropower producer has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Grid Corp. of Odisha (GRIDCO) to develop 2 GW of pumped storage and 1 GW of solar energy projects in Odisha.
Oil India has sought consultancy services for establishing 100 MW or above solar PV and wind energy power plants in any state in India. Applications can be submitted till June 27.
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