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    Headway Solar announces the launch of its range of innovative Hybrid Solar Air Conditioners

    Headway Solar today announced the launch of its Hybrid Solar Air Conditioners in India. Hybrid Solar Air Conditioners is a new and innovative technology that uses Solar Energy to heat water which is in turn used to reduce the power consumption on an air conditioner unit by 30-40% . Hybrid Solar air conditioner is particularly suited for the Indian market as it provides temperature control all year round by utilising the abundant Solar Energy capacity of the country. The company ... Read More »

    PwC Analysis: Brazil, India Leading in Low Carbon Emission Drive Among G20 Countries

    According to a PwC analysis, by 2050, carbon emission in Brazil will have gone down by 79 percent from the 5.4 percent it recorded since 2000, and India will have cut off its carbon emission by 20-25 percent in 2020 as targeted by its government. PwC Analysis: Brazil, India Leading in Low Carbon Emission Drive Among G20 Countries PwC’s analysis, Low Carbon Economy Index, covered a 50-year ‘carbon budget’ for the G20 countries that aims to answer IPCC’s targeted greenhouse ... Read More »

    Solar Semiconductor enters into agreement with Solaria Corporation- PV modules to be cheaper by upto 40%

    According to reports, Solar Semiconductor Inc, solar PV products maker and solutions provider, today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Solaria Corporation, a USA-based manufacturer of cost effective solar PV modules, to produce Solaria’s patented product at its manufacturing plant located in Hyderabad, India. Solaria CEO Dan Shugar said without revealing the exact figure, that they are going to invest tens of millions of dollars in the new tie up on development and capital equipment. “We commissioned ... Read More »

    Municipal Corporation of Delhi becomes first local body in India to get carbon credits for the Okhla compost plant

    According to Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) Commissioner K S Mehra, MCD has become the first local body in India to get carbon credits for the Okhla compost plant being run by it. He said the civic body has taken a number of “green initiatives” besides following the concept of “green building” at its new headquarters in Civic Centre here, which is conserving 25 per cent electricity. “We have also started using solar water heaters in hospitals, solar lights, CFL ... Read More »

    India’s clean power sector could attract $169 bn in a decade according to a report by The Pew Charitable Trusts

    According to report released  by The Pew Charitable Trusts , India could attract as much as $ 169 bn in clean power project investments in the next decade and the annual clean energy investment in India is forecast to grow by as much as 763 percent over the next 10 years. Within the G-20, India is on track to climb from tenth to third place in terms of clean power project investments worldwide, it said. Enhanced clean energy policies would ... Read More »

    ib vogt GmbH commissioned by Sonthalia group to provide services for setting up Solar Photovoltaic factory in Falta Solar Hub, India

    Falta solar hub is located in  South-24 Parganas, West Bengal and is expected to generate about 300 MW of solar energy by completion of the six solar module manufacturing factories. Two factories are already in operation and two more will start production in the next months. This will be followed by the Sonthalia PV factory and another factory that is already planned. As Panchabuta understands, Vikram Solar, one of the leading suppliers of solar energy equipment in India and a ... Read More »

    ACME Tele Power Ltd Signs Module Supply Agreement With First Solar for Photovoltaic Solar Power Project in India

    ACME Tele Power Ltd (ATPL), a leader in the field of innovative solutions for alternative energy and wireless telecommunications, and First Solar, Inc. (Nasdaq: FSLR) today announced that they have signed a module supply agreement. The agreement covers the supply of First Solar’s advanced, thin film modules to ACME for a 15 MW (DC) solar power plant in the state of Gujarat. Delivery is expected to take place by March 2011 to fulfil the Gujarat government’s expectations. Mr. Manoj Kumar ... Read More »

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