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Renewable Energy

June 20, 2020

 

Free Solar Electricity

Tamil Nadu plan to procure 500MW solar electricity from SECI

The Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission (TNERC) has gone ahead with the procurement of 500 MW solar electricity plan from the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI). Both parties have agreed to pay ₹2.78/kWh for the procurement which will also help meet Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation Limited’s (TANGEDCO) solar renewable purchase obligation (RPO).

The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) recently came forward to state that Tamil Nadu needs 9 GW of solar electricity to meet its solar purchase obligation in FY 2021-22. Tamil Nadu has already installed 3.6 GW generating solar PV systems as of Q1 2020. However, reports suggest that Tamil Nadu still lag by 5 GW of solar power in the target set by the MNRE to achieve in the next two years. 


January 7, 2020

With prominent issues like global warming and the increase in the extinction of species, humanity is moving towards finding alternatives for power that don’t harm the environment. While there are multiple options, including wind and hydropower, solar energy has by far proven to be the fastest-growing alternative energy source.

That being said, more and more people are opting to install solar panels in their household. If you, too, are considering installing solar panels, this article will provide all the relevant information required to help you choose the perfect solution that suits your requirements.


November 21, 2019

solar energy to fight climate change

We all know that climate change is real and is getting worse every year. With weather conditions getting irregular and extreme every year, climate change is more evident than ever. Understanding the seriousness of the issue, the majority of the population has now come forward to create an impact and act against global warming and climate change. Many individuals, government bodies, and organizations have come forward to develop a sustainable future by either supporting a cause or initiating sustainability projects. However, with more than ten environmental hazards happening every year, we need to work on developing a sustainable future faster than ever. With advanced technology and resources, various alternatives and measures are available to reduce the impacts of climate change.


July 19, 2019

Solar power installation by ABS renewpower

Having power in every house was once considered a dream in India, but after successfully achieving 20GW of solar electricity before schedule, our country is turning those dreams into a reality. India has now increased its target by claiming to achieve 100GW of solar electricity by 2022. Currently ranked fifth in the solar market in terms of installed capacity, India is aiming to become a global leader in the market.