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Delhi’s cleaner air during lockdown may have helped produce more solar power: Study

“That means that reductions in air pollution happened very suddenly, making them easier to detect,” explained study first author Ian Marius Peters from Helmholtz-Institut Erlangen-Nurnberg for Renewable Energies in Germany Boston: Based on data collected in Delhi, scientists report that the reduction in air pollution due to lockdown measures enforced in the country may have […]

Chandigarh: Solar panels: UT extends deadline till March 2021

Debendra Dalai, CEO of Chandigarh Renewable Energy, Science and Technology Promotion Society (Crest), said they had proposed to extend the deadline because of many factors like lockdown, shortage of manpower with companies for installation of solar plants CHANDIGARH: Providing major relief to city residents, the UT administration has extended the solar installation deadline till March […]

CapitaLand secures S$400 million in green loans to enhance its global portfolio by 2030

• LogisTech is Singapore’s first ‘Super Low Energy’ certified logistics building • CapitaLand corporate offices in Singapore to adopt 100% renewable energy by end 2020 Singapore: CapitaLand has secured a total of S$400 million in two bilateral green loans to catalyse greening of the Group’s global portfolio by 2030.  The S$150 million four-year green loan is […]

Photosensitizer May Improve Efficiency of Solar Panels and Other Devices

A new chemical compound created by researchers at West Virginia University is lighting the way for renewable energy. The compound is a photosensitizer, meaning it promotes chemical reactions in the presence of light. It has many potential applications for improving the efficiency of modern technologies ranging from electricity-producing solar panels to cell phones. The study, […]

Coronavirus Impact Cuts 23GW From WoodMac’s 2020 Global Solar Outlook

Early-stage utility-scale projects face unprecedented headwinds, but the global market could be set for a swift rebound. Wood Mackenzie slashed more than 20 gigawatts off its forecast for global solar deployments in 2020, as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic comes into sharper focus. Construction is slowing, tenders are postponed, and for earlier-stage projects, there […]
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