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Pahal Solar expanding PV module capacity to 1.8 GW

India’s Pahal Solar says it is ramping up its solar module production capacity to 1.8 GW per year, from 800 MW at present.

Adani Green starts generating at world’s largest planned renewables park

Adani Green Energy Ltd. (AGEL) has switched on the first 551 MW section of solar capacity at a planned 30 GW renewable energy park in the Indian state of Gujarat.

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India’s THDC seeks consultant for 1.3 GW solar park

THDC India, on behalf of TREDCO Rajasthan, has started accepting bids to prepare a detailed project report for the development of a 1.29 GW solar park in the Indian state of Rajasthan.

SJVN launches tender for 1.96 GWp of PV modules

SJVN Green Energy Ltd is accepting bids for the production and supply of PV modules, with a cumulative capacity of 1.96 GWp, for solar projects to be installed across various states in India. Bids can be submitted until March 5.

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DhaSh PV to ramp up solar junction box manufacturing capacity to 50 GW

DhaSh PV, India’s largest integrated PV junction box manufacturer, is scaling up its solar junction box manufacturing capacity in Bengaluru to 50 GW per year, up from 15 GW at present.

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India launches rebate scheme for residential PV

India’s PM Surya Ghar Muft Bijli Yojana scheme offers a subsidy of INR 30,000 ($361)/kW for residential rooftop solar systems up to 2 kW in size, and INR 18,000/kW for systems up to 3 kW. The total subsidy for systems larger than 3 kW has been capped at INR 78,000.

Cleantech Solar commissions 24 MW of PV under PPA in India

Cleantech Solar has commissioned 24 MW of solar in India under a power purchase agreement (PPA). It will supply power to customers in a range of sectors, including the automotive, pharmaceutical, cement, industrial equipment, and chemicals industries.

Alpex Solar launches highly oversubscribed IPO

Alpex Solar, an India-based solar manufacturer, says it plans to use the proceeds of its highly oversubscribed initial public offering (IPO) to expand its PV panel capacity from 450 MW to 1.2 GW, in addition to setting up an aluminum frame manufacturing unit.

Weekend Read. COP: A solar flop?

Tripling clean energy generation capacity to 11 TW by 2030 was a leading pledge from the United Nations’ (UN) climate change conference in Dubai. With few details about infrastructure and energy storage and no clear PV targets, however, it is hard to judge the effectiveness of the 28th global Conference of the Parties (COP) meeting. Angela Skujins considers possible impacts for the solar industry.

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Indian state agrees to procure 1 GW of solar from multiple PV projects

Uttar Pradesh Power Corp. Ltd. (UPPCL) has agreed to procure 1 GW of solar capacity for the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh from projects connected to the nation’s interstate transmission system (ISTS). Solar Energy Corp. of India (SECI) will serve as the intermediary trader.

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