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Tata Power Solar now launches an extensive residential rooftop solution at Gandhinagar

Annual saving is expected up to INR 50,000 for 25 years Successfully launched residential rooftop solution in Delhi, Mumbai, Ajmer and Bhubaneswar Tata Power Solar, India’s largest solar energy company, and Tata Power’s wholly-owned subsidiary has launched a complete residential rooftop solution in Gandhinagar today. Senior dignitaries from the government and key decision makers from […]

Tripura University goes green, installs solar power plant

Talking to indianexpress.com about the new solar plant, Vice-Chancellor Professor Dharurkar said: These panels have a capacity of generating 7 lakh units per annum, which will save TU approximately Rs. 36 lakh annually”. As a dedicated effort towards achieving environment friendliness, Tripura University (TU) officially became a ‘green campus’ by setting up a 500-kilowatt peak […]

Only 1,334 MW of solar rooftops installed: CSE

The CSE report points out that the “dominance” of large-scale rooftop installations by commercial, industrial, institutional and government/PSU segments has meant that “attention to the residential solar rooftop segment has lagged behind. Though India has an ambitious plan for solar rooftop (SRT) of 40 gigawatt (GW) capacity by 2022, the Centre for Science and Environment […]

Renewable energy in India: why rooftop remains the most untapped solar source

Rooftop solar source doesn’t match the rise in renewable energy in India; while industrial and commercial consumers account for 70% of total installed capacity residential consumers remain a big untapped potential to give the boost Most developed economies started their solar programmes by targeting household rooftops; as a result, they now have a sizable share […]

3 stations of Central Railway adopt energy conservation techniques to save energy

Mumbai: Three stations of the Central Railways have adopted energy conservation techniques to save energy. Asangaon station of the Central Railway has the distinction of being the second station on Indian Railways to become a ‘Green Station’, where all the energy needs are met by solar and wind ill generated power. More Information: It was followed […]