Chinese aggression, DCR slows down commissioning : SOFTDISK
India should have crossed atleast 45 GW of Solar Power Capacity as
against 35.21GW as on end of June 2020. India need to increase Solar
Power by commissioning by nearly 65 GW to reach the capacity of 100
GW by fiscal 2022, to meet Hon. Prime Minister dream. India added
around 20GW during 2014-18, it still falls short of the National
Solar Mission target by a huge margin.
SWELECT Commissions India's Largest Floating
Solar Energy Plant SWELECT Energy Systems Ltd (a leading Manufacturer of
Solar PV Modules & Integrator of High Quality Solar PV Power
Systems) has successfully built and commissioned India's largest
Floating Solar Energy plant in Kayankulam, Kerala for NTPC. The
plant was commissioned in a short span of 22 days.
An Open Letter to the Prime Minister
Grid connected solar Roof top systems with NET meter are becoming
popular as many state Utility ESCOMS have started accepting excess
generated solar power from the consumer roof top & pay for this.
MNRE is providing 30% subsidy through state Nodel agencies &
commercial establishments are getting additional benefit of A.D of
80% in the first year which is making solar power plants popular.
Backsheet - a Guard for your Solar Modules
One of the most critical constituent materials used in the construction of a Solar PV module is the backsheet. The backsheet is the outermost layer of the PV module placed at the non-sunny side of it.
A Brilliant Start
- National Solar Mission
JNNSM targets of generating 20,000 MW of grid connected and 2000 MW
of off grid solar power by 2022 are truly impressive. By following
the global experience of connecting solar power to the grid through
megawatt scale solar power plants, India has joined the global solar
bandwagon in a big way.