Green Building

Adani to build 5 GW data center parks in Andhra Pradesh

The Gujarati multinational will invest Rs700 billion to set up world’s first 100% renewable powered data center parks in the state.

Green Climate Fund signs $100 million pact for India’s rooftop solar

The Green Climate Fund (GCF) and the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) have signed an agreement to infuse US$100 million into an ambitious $250 million project designed to unlock private sector initiatives for the creation of rooftop solar power capacity across India.

Rooftop solar grows by 75% to add 1.5 GW of new capacity

Maharashtra (473 MW), Tamil Nadu (312 MW), Karnataka (272 MW), Rajasthan (270 MW) and Uttar Pradesh (223 MW) are the top five states accounting for 54% of the total market—according to Bridge To India’s latest India Solar Rooftop Map report

Solar City Initiative phase two launched in Delhi

The programme allows the installation of solar roof atop apartment blocks, which otherwise could not install such systems. Potential in the area is around 15 MW, of which 6 MW have been signed up for already. Another 5 MW should be developed in this second phase of the project.

India’s 40 GW rooftop solar aim hit by high costs, net metering caps

Factors including the ability to reach less credit worthy clients, standardised regulatory support and a rating mechanism for developers could promote rooftop solar uptake in India.

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Safeguard duty fallout: NTPC and MPUVNL delay solar auctions

Responding to developer requests, the state-run NTPC has deferred a 2 GW solar auction by a week, to Tuesday. Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd is another state-owned corporation that has extended its bid submission deadline – for 33 MWp of rooftop solar – from August 9 to August 17, after similar requests.

Interview: Combining umbrella with solar

In an interview with pv magazine, Thinkphi founder Samit Choksi discusses the company’s expansion into sustainable product development and how solar energy is being harvested through it.

Secunderabad Railway Station is India’s first to get Green Certificate

South Central Railway (SCR) of India has announced today that Secunderabad is the first railway station on Indian Railways to get the Green Certification. The station has a 500 KW Solar PV installation, generating 2500 kWh per day.

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