Monthly Archives: April 2019

BHEL signs an MoU with ARAI for e-mobility projects

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) and Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI), an autonomous body affiliated to the Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises have signed an MoU for cooperation on various projects related to e-mobility. In the presence of Dr. A.R. Sihag, Secretary, Department of Heavy Industry (DHI), the MoU was signed by […]

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Siemens Gamesa secures 250 MW solar power order from Sprng Energy

Siemens Gamesa has secured its largest solar energy project order of 250 MW from Sprng Energy. The solar power project will be developed in Anantapuram in Andhra Pradesh said Siemens Gamesa in a statement. Siemens Gamesa will provide a comprehensive EPC (engineering procurement and construction) solution that includes engineering and design of the solar farm, […]

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Climate change catastrophe closer, World’s oceans becoming stormier

The world’s seas are becoming stormier, with extreme ocean winds and wave heights increasing around the globe, a study has found. Researchers from the University of Melbourne in Australia analysed wind speed and wave height measurements taken from 31 different satellites between 1985-2018, consisting of around four billion observations. The measurements were compared with more […]

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FTC Solar to supply trackers for a 30MW solar project portfolio in Oregon

FTC Solar announced that the company was selected to supply its Voyager single-axis tracker for a 30MW portfolio of projects in Oregon. The tracker will be provided to a leading US EPC and is the first deployment of Voyager in the US. “We are pleased to see our EPC partners recognize the total cost savings […]

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Tangedco looking to bring more power in old wind energy generators: Report

Tangedco is reportedly looking to bring more power to old wind energy generators with higher capacity and modern equipment. Tamil Nadu is one of the states that have taken major strides in wind energy generation , so some of the mills are as old as 33 years and many are below 1MW capacity. Now, new […]

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Faraday Future Charts Path Forward With New Financing And Path To Full Production Of FF 91

Faraday Future (FF) announced a series of strategic actions designed to support completion and launch of its flagship FF 91 EV, continue development of the mass-market FF 81 for launch in 2021, and support of its vendor and supply chain. Meanwhile, FF has continued to make steady progress on the 1,050-horsepower FF 91 flagship’s development […]

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Azure Power Commissions 150 MW SECI Solar Power Project

Azure Power has commissioned a 150 MW solar power plant in Bhadla solar park in Rajasthan. This section is the first phase of 200 MWs allocated to Azure Power by Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI). Azure Power will supply power to SECI at a tariff of INR 2.48 (~US 3.6 cents) per kWh for […]

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PuREenergy launches long range, high-performance electric two-wheelers

Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad-incubated startup PuREenergy has launched its long-range, high-performance electric Pure EV two-wheelers designed for Indian conditions. With the launch of four models-Egnite, Etrance, Epluto and Etron, the startup aims to deploy over 10,000 electric vehicles on road during 2019-20.  The electric vehicles were incubated in an 18,000 sq-ft facility, co-located at […]

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SECI extends bid submission deadline for 97 MW solar project till May 21

SECI Monday again extended deadline for submitting bids for another renewable energy project as some of the queries of bidders have not been addressed yet. The last date for submission of the bids for setting up 97.5 MWP (megawatt peak) grid connected rooftop solar PV system was April 30, 2019, Solar Energy Corporation of India […]

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JinkoSolar announces launch of Swan bifacial module series

JinkoSolar has announced the launch of its Swan bifacial module series, which provides a significant enhancement of its solar technology and offers the market a mainstream 430 watt solar module with power gained from the rear side. JinkoSolar’s Cheetah technology based on 158.75” mono wafer provides the industry’s one of the most competitive solution and […]

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