The residential rooftop solutions are expected to save up to Rs. 50,000 annually for 25 years.
The containerized solution integrates energy storage inverters, lithium-ion batteries and medium-voltage transformers, which significantly saves on initial investment and upcoming operation and maintenance costs.
The award recognizes Growatt’s development progress in the Indian rooftop sector. As the Global TOP 10 Solar Inverter, according to IHS Markit, Growatt has consolidated its technology, product and service advantages to favor its business expansion in India.
Move-in-Sync Technology Solutions (MIS), an office commute platform, has released a whitepaper titled ‘Electrifying Growth – Adoption of Electric Vehicles in Corporate Fleets’ that has been co-authored by MIS and Prof. Ashok Jhunjhunwala. The paper was unveiled at the MIS hosted tech conclave ‘TransporTech 2019’ in Bangalore that witnessed a roundtable discussion on ‘Pathways to adoption of Electric Vehicles.’
The solar project will help Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGI) in Lucknow to save almost Rs 60 lakh per annum and cut 1440 tonnes of CO2 emission.
Scientists at Shoolini University are working on a cost-effective sun tracking system for individuals or small users, which will be able to keep the panel in the direction of sun, thus maximizing the utility of solar panels.
The integrated power solution provider’s environment and resource conservation programme ‘Club Enerji’ won under the ‘Cause Branding’ category and its bio-diversity initiative ‘Act for Mahseer’ won for ‘Awareness Branding.’
Tata Power Skill Development Institute’s mobile learning centre is training and certifying 150 neighbourhood electricians in Raigad and Palghar districts.
The World Sustainable Development Summit 2019 reiterates India’s vision for a greener tomorrow and focuses on energy transitions, clean oceans, mobilising development finance, environmental sustainability and sustainable mobility. Over 2000 delegates and speakers from over 40 countries are likely to take part in the summit in New Delhi on 11-13 February 2019.
Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power utility, has bagged awards for the ‘Best Risk Management Framework & Systems – Power’ and ‘Business Continuity’ at the 5th Edition of The India Risk Management Awards.
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