GameChange Solar designed its new fixed-tilt racking system to maximize module density, with a ground coverage ratio of up to 98%. The systems costs $0.039/W in the United States and $0.029/W in other markets, for a typical 105 mph wind load.
Trina Solar introduced its n-type bifacial module with a peak power output of 685 W in the Indian market.
Gail Chen, CEO of Arctech’s joint venture manufacturing base in India, says the company is committed to bringing solar tracker prices down for customers and enabling a lower cost of electricity in the country.
China’s Arctech has opened a 3 GW solar tracker factory in India to deepen its market penetration in the nation. The factory will produce all major components of Arctech solar tracker products.
The Chinese manufacturer’s 3 GW factory in Gujarat is equipped with fully automatic production lines to produce all major components of solar tracker products.
With a new system for floating photovoltaic power plants, engineers from Germany want to make the application cheaper, higher-yielding, and safer. The result is somewhat reminiscent of a pufferfish, which also gave the system its name.
The input costs of the two biggest contributors to solar plant development expense have gone through the roof since the world began to come out of Covid-19 lockdowns, to leave project developers with some difficult choices.
The Austrian solar racking solutions provider, which is currently making sheet-metal roof mounting products in India, has started local production for flat roofs too. The India-made flat-roof PV mounting products shall be available from January next year.
The New York-headquartered solar racking solutions provider is opening an India office with an eye on business development, engineering, and manufacturing support. The company has more than 12 GW of projects either operating or under development across the world.
The federal government will provide INR968 crore of soft loans for a INR1307 crore, 100 MW solar park near the Jamuna river in Bangladesh’s Jamalpur district, where a second park of a similar size is being planned by Dhaka and a Chinese partner.
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