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Solar energy is radiant light and heat from the Sun that is harnessed using a range of ever-evolving technologies such as solar heating, photovoltaics. solar news & energy news

Bank of America Expand 10-year Renewable Energy Solar Power in Texas

01/07/2020

Project Will Add New Solar Electricity Facility in Texas. Bank of America announced today its first 10-year structured renewable energy agreement for solar power in Texas. In partnership with Reliant, an NRG Energy company, the deal will contribute to Bank of America’s commitment to purchase 100% of electricity from renewable sources and builds on the […]

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Cox Communications selects EDF Renewables North America for Onsite Solar

01/07/2020

The installation marks the first solar plus storage project in the country for Cox Communications. EDF Renewables North America was chosen by Cox Communications to provide solar photovoltaics and battery energy storage services in support of Cox’s long-term financial and sustainability goals. EDF Renewables will design and build an integrated 360 kilowatt (kW) solar photovoltaic and 560 kW […]

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Rosepetal Solar Energy bags 700 MW hybrid wind-solar project in Maharashtra

Rosepetal Solar Energy bags 700 MW hybrid wind-solar project in Maharashtra

28/01/2020

Adani Green Energy Subsidiary Rosepetal Solar Energy (RSEPL) Bags 700 MW Solar-Wind Capacity in Maharashtra Rosepetal Solar Energy (RSEPL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL) has been awarded 700 MW solar-wind hybrid capacity by the Adani Electricity Mumbai Limited (AEML) after the state commission had approved the latters petition for the award […]

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India is the New Center for Renewable Energy Investors

28/01/2020

India’s emergence as home to one of the world’s largest clean-energy expansion programmes is like a whiff of fresh air. On the back of a highly conducive policy environment, a steady influx of capital, falling prices and new technologies, India has seen an exponential growth in its renewable energy (RE) sector in the past five […]

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What is Mahadiscom Solar - Apply Online MSEDCL Scheme For Solar Pumps

What is Mahadiscom Solar – Apply Online MSEDCL Scheme For Solar Pumps

21/01/2020

Before you know what is ‘Mahadiscom Solar’,  know that state government of Maharashtra stopped supplying solar energy solar pumps to farmers through the district committee and instead asked candidates/ farmers to register online on the ‘MSEDCL’ website. According to the government’s decision, the district committee led by regional collectors is now exempt from the responsibility […]

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Energy Minister of Jordan Hala Zawati inaugurate 50 MW solar stations

07/11/2019

Deputising for Prime Minister Omar Razzaz, Energy Minister Hala Zawati on Tuesday inaugurated two 50-megawatt solar power stations in northern Jordan, at a cost of $180 million. Zawati, during the ceremony, highlighted the importance of Empire Al Mafraq Solar PV Project’s two stations, owned by the Saudi renewable energy solutions provider Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV), in moving towards […]

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SunPower’s 35 MW Solar Project to Supply energy to Chevron’s Oil Field

04/11/2019

SunPower announced construction is underway on the Lost Hills Solar Project. The 35-megawatt DC (29-megawatt AC) system will feature Performance Series solar panels assembled in Hillsboro, Oregon, and deliver low-carbon electricity to Chevron’s  Lost Hills oil field in Kern County, California, under a power purchase agreement. Over the project’s term of up to 20 years, it is estimated to produce more […]

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EDF Renewables announce 130 MW Solar Energy capacity in Egypt

02/11/2019

Egypt aims to increase its reliance on renewable energy sources Cairo – Mubasher: EDF Renewables announce the commissioning of 130 megawatts (MW) of solar energy capacity in Egypt. The leading renewable energy firm has approached its goal of doubling its renewable energy capacity in France and the rest of the world to a net amount of 50 […]

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New Study Finds Solar Panels with short life span make good economic impact

27/09/2019

A new study shows that, contrary to widespread belief within the solar power industry, new kinds of solar cells and panels don’t necessarily have to last for 25 to 30 years in order to be economically viable in today’s market. Rather, solar panels with initial lifetimes of as little as 10 years can sometimes make […]

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China is leading the world in clean-energy production in wind and solar power

27/09/2019

China is leading the world in clean-energy production — especially wind and solar. As of early 2019, China owned six of the world’s 10 largest solar module manufacturing companies. In 2018, it installed half of all new global solar power capacity, according to the International Energy Agency. And the year before, it was the first […]

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