Mobius Foundation, an NGO working towards sustainability development in India, is going to organize an educational conference ICSE (International Conference on Sustainability Education)-2019 at New Delhi on 9th and 10th of September. The aim of this conference is to draw out the challenges related to sustainability education across the globe. It would try to explore the pathways to address the challenges by empowering learners with new skills, values, and attitude.
Government officials, business representatives and experts from eastern and north-eastern states and the United Nations discussed sustainability issues at a consultative workshop held by TERI in Kolkata.
Sungrow, the global inverter solution supplier for renewables, has been rated ‘100% bankable’ by BloombergNEF among inverter firms in its latest survey, demonstrating that projects using Sungrow inverters are more likely to obtain non-recourse debt financing from banks than other competitors.
Collaboration will focus on an implementable plan to meet a portion of the future power needs using solar and distributed energy resource technologies, demand response, energy efficiency, grid-level storage, peak load shifting, etc.
The program will engage national and international experts to bring the best practices in solar thermal energy sector by developing specialized training material.
Annually, the project will offset 63 tonnes of carbon and save Rs 10 lakh on the electricity bill.
The Chinese solar inverter manufacturer recently launched its new residential inverter MIN 2500-6000 TL-X in Telangana state of India in partnership with service provider 3S Solutions.
Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power utility, has bagged Platinum award for National Occupational Health & Safety, while its subsidiary Costal Gujarat Power Limited (CGPL) has won a Gold award in Power Generation & Electrical Units Category from the Indian Chamber of Commerce.
At a roundtable with Vietnam Ambassador H.E Pham Sanh Chau, National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI) Chairman Pranav Mehta highlighted the export potential of Indian solar industry in EPC, rooftop sector and in developing solar projects.
The global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables has crossed 4 GW sales in India, including roughly 3.5 GW utility-scale and 0.5 GW commercial and industrial.
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