India’s first Solar plus Storage project in Andaman and Nicobar While India has managed to show rapid growth in the pace of its solar energy installations, becoming the country with the 4th highest newly installed solar capacity in 2016, its efforts in the storage side have been modest, to say the least. Lithium battery storage has not […]

A Glimpse Into Polycrystalline Technology Today The steep decline in solar panel costs affected by Chinese solar majors has bankrupted almost every other solar panel manufacturer in the world except a few who are just surviving day to day. The 30% decline in solar panel prices made Solarworld go bankrupt. It also filed a strong case […]

Azure Power to Put Solar Panels on Railways Azure Power, which is one of the leading solar companies in India, has bagged in another order for 20 MW of solar rooftop project from the Indian Railways.  With this additional win, Azure Power has now become the undisputed supplier of solar power to the Indian Railways […]

The Middle East Continues to make new records Saudi Arabia recently held its first large solar energy reverse auction and discovered another abysmally low price of below 2 cents/kWh. Even though some analysts have said that the real price may be higher as the contract terms and conditions may provide additional allowances to the project […]

Solar Power Plant in Australia A solar power plant being built at Moree will use approximately $300 million in government subsidies in the form of loans, grant and renewable energy certificates. Moree Solar Farm received US$ 77.9 million in funding support from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) and a debt finance commitment of US$ […]

Gintech, Motech, Tainergy, and NSP to Form an Alliance Taiwanese solar cell manufacturers have always been in a troublesome spot due to their lack of end customer touchpoints. These companies which mostly make solar cells are known for their quality and scale. However, they remain dependent on solar panel makers for their sales as they do not […]