Solar Solutions

February 13, 2020

We all know that education plays a key role in developing the economy of the country. Since independence, India has actively encouraged educational programs to boost the literacy rate of the country. However, with the demand for education rising, many institutes are looking for alternatives to reduce maintenance costs to keep fees as low as possible to keep encouraging participation. Another issue faced by the educational sectors in rural areas is inconsistent power. In this article, we will discuss, how solar EPC solutions are helping the educational sector have consistent and economical power.

January 10, 2020

Followed by the engagement we received on our article “innovative solar applications”, we are following it up with another article to highlight some of the innovations made in the solar industry. While the previous article highlighted applications that helped reduce carbon emissions and provide reliable power to several areas with solar, this article aims to encourage certain solar inventions that are resolving real-life issues. 

As mentioned before, a solar installation helps fight the impacts of climate change and reduce carbon emissions. While most solar projects are commissioned for direct financial and environmental benefits, there are multiple solar projects set around the globe that are helping communities develop economic sustainably and provide basic amenities. Below is some solar energy information on projects that have resolved socio-economic issues in regions across the world.

July 19, 2019

solar power panel for street lights

Over recent years, the effects of climate change and global warming have become increasingly visible. Understanding the need for sustainable energy measures, companies are promoting innovative solar solutions. With the government setting up examples in replacing conventional energy systems by solar PV systems, the majority of these projects have gone large-scale.

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.