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Reliance New Energy Solar to invest $29 million in German wafer manufacturer NexWafe

The Reliance Industries Ltd arm, which plans solar gigafabs in Gujarat, has raised a stake in German wafer manufacturer NexWafe with an investment of EUR 25 million ($29 million). 

Axitec unveil 540Wp mono PERC solar modules in India

The German solar brand shall start commercial production of 540Wp mono PERC modules through its India subsidiary starting next month. The modules are 20.9% efficient. 

German manufacturer unveils 10-busbar, half-cell PV modules

Bauer Solartechnik GmbH has released its new 400 W and 405 W BS-M10 PV panel series for rooftop projects.

Crystal arrangement results in 1,000x more power from ferroelectric solar cells

German researchers developed a lattice arrangement of three different layers of ferroelectric crystals that created a powerful photovoltaic effect.

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A solar pavilion for India’s rooftops

India’s energy transition will not succeed without rooftop PV and roll-out is hindered not only by a lack of household finance, but by the fact many of the nation’s flat roofs are enjoyed by residents. Germany’s international development agency has proposed a solution.

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Fraunhofer ISE unveils 68.9%-efficient III-V solar cell for laser energy transmission systems

The German research institute said the gallium arsenide cell has achieved the highest efficiency to date for the conversion of light into electricity.

India ranked third most attractive country for solar investment

India ranks behind the United States and China in IHS Markit’s latest rankings of most attractive solar markets.

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Axitec releases 540 W solar panels

German solar manufacturer Axitec has revealed plans to start selling its new half-cut PV modules from the second quarter. It manufactures the panels with 182 mm wafers.

Solar tile made in Germany

German manufacturer Autarq is selling its solar tiles at a price ranging from €25 to €30 per piece. It claims a PV system built with these products can cover around 70% of household needs.

India ranked the world’s most attractive solar PV market by Ernst & Young

The nation has earned the highest score of 62.7 in terms of attractiveness for solar PV investment and deployment in the latest ranking of top 40 countries by Ernst & Young.

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