November 2017

November 30, 2017

Floating Solar Projects Gain Traction Worldwide

World’s Largest Floating Solar Projects Already many floating solar projects exist across the world. Owing to lack of large masses of land required for ground-mounted solar […]
November 28, 2017

Penalty for Indian Solar Power Developers If Caught Cheating

Developers Defy the DCR Norms India has set an aggressive target to achieve 100 GW of solar power installation by 2022. Though the country is witnessing […]
November 27, 2017

Siemens Cut Fossil Fuel Energy Jobs As Renewable Disruption Changes Revenue Models

Industrial giant Siemens is cutting a large number of jobs in its energy business as renewable energy has substantially disrupted its existing oil and gas divisions. Siemens […]
November 24, 2017

3 Viable And Sustainable Investment Options

Guest Post Ethical investment is a huge talking point in the modern age, with an estimated 47% of Brits now likely to include sustainable and Eco-friendly […]
November 23, 2017

Australia Could Get Upto 50% Of Its Power Needs From Renewable Energy If Government Listens To Reason

Is the Australian Government Abandoning its Climate and Environment Responsibility The Australian government in its National Energy Guarantee (NEG) plan has given short shrift to renewable […]
November 22, 2017

IEA Still Has Its Head In The Sand As It Predicts Oil Demand To Continue Growing Till 2040

Growing Demand for Oil Till 2040 – Really..?? The premier international agency IEA has not been the best forecasters, as it continues to underestimate the penetration of […]
November 21, 2017

Solar Energy Kills New Plans For Coal Power As No Is One Willing To Sign PPAs

Solar Inhibits New Coal Power Plants Solar energy is not only becoming a problem for existing fossil fuel plants with its ever decreasing prices (already fallen […]
November 20, 2017

India Plans A Massive 20 GW Solar Tender – The World’s Largest Solar Tender

World’s Largest Solar Tender in India In an attempt to boost its domestic manufacturing, India is planning to launch an aggressive 20 GW Solar Tender which […]
November 16, 2017

10 GW+ “Industrial 4.0” Chinese Solar Capacities Could Strengthen Their Dominance Once and For All

Industrial 4.0, AI and Data Analytics in Solar Manufacturing The Chinese solar companies are rapidly improving their technology and scale of operations further extending their lead over the few […]
November 15, 2017

Selling Unsubsidized Solar Energy For Indian Industrial Customers Become Big Growth Market

Unsubsidized Solar Market in India While lower prices of ground mounted utility solar energy plant in India have made headlines for a long time, rooftop and […]
November 14, 2017

Global Wind Turbine Industry Sees Growing Volumes But Decreasing Margins As Governments Get Smarter

Trends in The Global Wind Turbine Industry The global wind turbine industry is going through another major turning point as margins have started to shrink sharply […]
November 13, 2017

Australia Sees Plans For Massive Solar Farms Attracted By Low Costs and High Electricity Prices

Multi-megawatt Solar Farms – Australia Though the Australian government has almost abandoned its renewable energy target with its New Energy Plan which remains ambiguous towards renewable […]
November 9, 2017

Solar and EVs Could be the Answer to Rising Air Pollution in The Indian Capital

Can Solar & EVs Save New Delhi? The air quality in India’s capital has deteriorated from bad to hazardous level. While the government did its bit […]
November 8, 2017

All You Wanted to Know About Microgrids In India

India is a huge county and a large portion of the Indian population still lives in darkness. The situation is even worse in villages, where people […]
November 7, 2017

Unsubsidized Solar Energy Starts To Capture Share In Europe

Solar Slowdown in Europe Europe had started the solar energy revolution with high feed-in tariffs allowing the industry to attain scale and reduce costs. However, as […]
November 6, 2017

I Told You So !!!! Telsa Fires Solar Workers As Multibillion-dollar Acquisition of SolarCity Continues Unraveling

Tesla A Great Short! Tesla had no business buying Solarcity for $2.6 billion at a time when the whole business model of the rooftop solar energy […]
November 3, 2017

Getting To Grips With Green Living: 10 Things You Didn't Know About Wind Power 

Guest Article In recent years, wind turbines have become a common sight across the world, as countries race to do their bit to cut emissions and […]
November 2, 2017

The Indian Wind Industry Continues To Lobby For Non-competitive Practices

Wind Vs Solar in India The Indian wind manufacturing industry has grown in a protected environment in which high feed-in tariffs paid by states allowed developers […]
November 1, 2017

After Residential Segment, Australian Commercial and Industrial Segments To See Massive Solar Uptake

Solar in Australian Commercial and Industrial Segments Solar energy in Australia has mostly taken off due to the feed-in tariffs paid to residential customers installing rooftop solar […]