Rooftop Solar

Karnataka opens tender for rooftop solar in Belagavi

Developers have until August 29 to submit bids for the installation of grid-connected rooftop solar plants on selected government buildings of Belagavi Smart City.

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SunSource Energy commissions a 6 MW rooftop solar plant in Rajasthan 

The project—based on Resco model—is developed for the Bhilwara industrial site of a textile company. It is spread across five rooftops covering 21,00,000 square feet and uses 20,000 solar modules of different types.

India will reach 125 GW renewable capacity by December 2022

A new report by ICRA says large-scale solar in the country will likely achieve the 60 GW target set by the Indian government. Rooftop solar and wind, however, will see a shortfall.  

REIL seeks to empanel EPC contractors for residential rooftop solar in Bihar

The projects are to be carried out on a turnkey basis, with solar modules and inverters supplied by Rajasthan Electronics & Instruments Limited (REIL). Bidding closes on August 4.

Commercial and industrial rooftop solar set to surge

Rooftop solar is the obvious choice to save on electricity costs for businesses as they look to preserve capital and find ways to cut expenses post Covid-19. 

India installed 7.6 GW of solar in the last fiscal year, and plans another 8 GW by April

Some 5.9 GW of utility scale PV generation capacity was added in 2019-20, plus 1.7 GW of rooftop solar, with domestic module manufacturers enjoying around 40% of the market.

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Impact of strained India-China relationship on the solar sector

India’s entire solar industry is dependent on Chinese imports to function. Hence, there is a comprehensive need to relook at the current policies and focus on building wafers and ingots capacity that will be used to manufacture the cells and eventually, modules.

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Skilancer launches water-free module cleaner for residential rooftop solar plants

With the latest robotic cleaning offering, the startup aims to capture the residential solar market that currently stands at a capacity of 4400 MW and is expected to reach 8500 MW by the end of 2020.

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Gujarat extends solar power policy till December 31

The state’s Solar Power Policy 2015 was due to expire since April 1, 2020. With a 9-month extension, solar power plants installed and commissioned till December end become eligible for the benefits and incentives declared under this policy.

Delhi lockdown has seen solar irradiation rise

Scientists measuring air pollutants and PV performance in the city have found the lockdown conditions imposed since late March have brought about a significant reduction in air pollution which has led to an 8% increase in solar irradiation reaching rooftop arrays.

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