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Gensol Engineering profit 129% up in FY 2024

Gensol Engineering recorded consolidated revenue of INR 996 crore and net profit of INR 53 crore for fiscal 2023-24.

Madhav Infra secures EPC contract for 15 MW floating solar in Chhattisgarh

Madhav Infra Projects has secured the order to set up a 15 MW floating solar PV project at Maroda Reservoir of NTPC-SAIL Power Co. Ltd (NSPCL) in Chhattisgarh.

Another bidding extension for 300 MW solar EPC in Andhra Pradesh

EPC contractors now have until June 5 to bid for setting up 300 MW of solar capacity in the Ramagiri district.

Gamesa Electric releases study on losses due to harmonics in PV plants

Gamesa Electric has released a white paper on losses due to harmonics in PV plants, including an independent study that compares the performance of ultra-low total harmonic distortion inverters.

NTPC extends bidding for 630 MW of solar

NTPC Renewable Energy Ltd has invited bids to set up 630 MW of grid-connected solar PV projects on a turnkey basis in Madhya Pradesh. Bidding closes on June 18.

IndiGrid Q4 FY 2024 revenue grows 31% year-on-year

IndiGrid’s consolidated revenue for the quarter ended March 31, 2024 was up 31% to INR 7,856 million.

India expected to install 21.2 GW of solar in FY 2025

JMK Research projects 21.2 GW of new solar capacity addition in FY 2025. This will comprise 16.5 GW of utility-scale, 4 GW rooftop, and 700 MW off-grid installations.

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Waaree Energies to supply 445 MW of bifacial solar modules to Statkraft India

Waaree Energies will supply 445 MW of its 540/545Wp dual-glass bifacial modules to Statkraft India’s single-location solar PV projects in Bikaner, Rajasthan.

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Renewables must triple by 2030 to hit net-zero by 2050, says BloombergNEF

BloombergNEF says in a new report that solar and wind must drive most emissions cuts before 2030 to stay on track for net-zero by 2050. Its net-zero scenario targets a combined solar and wind capacity of 31 TW by 2050.

Global solar and wind generation will soon pass nuclear, hydro

In a new monthly column for pv magazine, the International Solar Energy Society (ISES) explains how solar and wind are dominating power plant construction.

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