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UK investor, Dutch bank commit $50 million loan facility to C&I renewables developer BECIS

British International Investment (BII) and Dutch bank FMO have committed a $50 million joint loan facility to support BECIS to grow its rooftop solar portfolio in India and South-East Asia to nearly 350 MW by 2025.

The next 100 years of energy

Solar is poised to be the leading energy source in the next century. In terms of cost, renewables are almost at par with their dirtier counterparts, and within a few years will soon overtake them in terms of the volume of the overall worldwide energy produced.

Ohms Energy commissions 600 kWp solar rooftop plant for Rossari Biotech

Ohms Energy installed the 600 kWp solar rooftop plant for Rossari Biotech without drilling any hole in the metal roof of the factory. The solar panels used in the project are manufactured by Waaree Energies.

Hartek Group appoints new CEO for Power and Renewable Infra Business

Hartek Group has appointed Sanjay Kumar as the new chief executive officer (CEO) for the Power and Infra Renewable Business. Sanjeev Gupta, the previous CEO, has been elevated to Executive Director, Technical. He now joins the Board of Directors.

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.

Jakson Group deploys 500 kW solar carport for Gwalior airport

Jakson Group has deployed a carport-style 500 kW PV solar plant at Gwalior’s new airport.

Cabinet approves scheme for installing rooftop solar in ten million households

The residential rooftop solar scheme provides a central financial assistance (CFA) of 60% of the system cost for 2 kW systems and 40% of the additional system cost for systems between 2 to 3 kW capacity. The CFA will be capped at 3 kW. At current benchmark prices, this will mean INR 30,000 subsidy for 1 kW system, INR 60,000 for 2 kW systems, and INR 78,000 for 3 kW systems or higher.

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Perovskite: The next breakthrough in solar panel technology for India

Perovskite technology, with its potential for large-scale deployment and local production, presents a compelling pathway towards a more secure and sustainable energy future.

Indonesian government abolishes net metering

The Indonesian government has ended net metering for rooftop solar installations. The Jakarta-based Institute for Essential Services Reform says this could make it harder for the country to meet its solar deployment targets, as PV installations will become more expensive for households and small businesses.

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Saatvik Solar commissions ‘Asia’s largest’ single-rooftop solar project

Saatvik Solar has installed a 12 MW rooftop solar plant at Jindal Steel and Power Ltd’s plate mill based in Angul, Odisha. The plant uses Saatvik mono PERC 545 Wp solar modules.

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