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More than one lakh people register for PM Suryaghar Yojana in Rajasthan so far

The state government stated that more than 100,000 people have been registered on the portal under the PM Suryaghar Yojana for residential rooftop solar systems in the state so far.

Unveiling India’s carbon credit revolution: From local initiatives to global impact

The Indian carbon credit system, operating under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), stands ahead in several aspects.


ISA Assembly approves payment guarantee mechanism for solar projects in Africa

The fifth assembly of the International Solar Alliance (ISA) approved Solar Facility, a payment guarantee mechanism to mitigate risks associated with solar projects in Africa.

India’s residential rooftop solar capacity expected to rise by 60% this fiscal year

India’s cumulative residential rooftop solar capacity may rise by 60% to reach 3.2 GW by March 31, 2023 driven by rising consumer demand coupled with strong government support.


The outlook for residential rooftop solar in India

After stagnant annual growth for a couple of years, the rooftop PV market is showing signs of improvement with the usual obstacles no longer so daunting.


Up to code for decarbonization

The International Energy Agency predicts that India will record the world’s fastest growth in energy consumption from buildings through 2040. The energy demand could create a big market for solar installers and equipment providers, particularly in the commercial and industrial sector. While building codes now include provisions for renewable energy integration, effective implementation will be key to ensuring compliance.

Should I include a battery with my home solar project?

An increasing share of residential solar arrays now include energy storage batteries. In this article, costs, benefits and timing of these batteries are evaluated.

China power crisis hits Indian solar projects

After the ravages of Covid-19, electricity shortages in China have now raised costs for its solar manufacturers, with knock-on effects for developers in India too, again highlighting the dangers of relying on a single solar supply chain.


Solar 101: Is my roof ready for solar?

In this series, we’ll break down the decision-making process into bite-sized pieces so you can navigate the process and feel good about your choices.

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