Delhi

Finland’s AC2SG plans EV charging stations with NITI Aayog in Delhi NCR

NITI Aayog has published a proposal for 135 Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations in the Delhi NCR region on November 15, 2017, to speed up electric vehicle adoption in India.

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MYSUN use Solar to fight against Delhi’s pollution

MYSUN will wave off all the processing fees for customers for a limited time. First EMI will also be waived off under the MYSUN-Flexi Pay scheme. Going solar is a proactive way of dealing with air pollution, and making Delhi/NCR clean again.

Delhi to add 1,000 MW Solar to its energy mix by 2019

Delhi power minister is aiming to have 15% renewable energy by 2019. Delhi government will buy solar power from plants to be installed across the country in next one and half years.

5 MW solar installation unveiled on railway stations in New Delhi

The total capacity of 5 MW Solar as part of railways 1,000 MW solar mission is commissioned on four central stations – Hazrat Nizamuddin, Anand Vihar, New Delhi, and Old Delhi Railway Station.

Tata Power-DDL and GIZ sign MoU for India’s renewable energy

The two organizations will collaborate on areas broadly including grid-connected solar rooftops, energy storage systems, electric vehicles, smart grid initiatives and energy efficiency measures.

EESL to install 300 MW of domestically produced PV modules

Energy Efficiency Services Ltd. (EESL) has procured PV modules from several Indian manufacturers at a lower rate than it can from Chinese suppliers, setting a new benchmark for panel prices in the country.

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Azure Power to install 1.3 MW of rooftop PV on Ministry of Health and Family Welfare facilities

The Indian developer has secured another solar rooftop project for buildings owned by the Indian government.

REI show: quality a hot topic for India solar industry, tariffs against China unlikely say some

An engaging Quality Roundtable helped to shine a spotlight on the chief concerns affecting India’s installers, investors and stakeholders operating in this fast-paced solar market. Industry insiders confident the antidumping investigation against China will amount to nothing.

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