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Conergy Japan K.K., the Japanese subsidiary of Conergy, a leading German photovoltaic (PV) solution and service provider, announced that they have reached an agreement with Global Power Synergy Public Company Limited (GPSC), a Thai company, and Girana Anuman-Rajadhon, Owner of GA ECO Group to build a 25.88 MWp ground mounted solar PV power plant in Ichinoseki, Iwate prefecture.

The board of World Bank has approved a $625-million loan to support the Centre’s programme to generate electricity from rooftop solar power plants. The Bank also approved a co-financing loan of $120 million on concessional terms and a $5-million grant from the Climate Investment Fund’s Clean Technology Fund, the global development bank.

The three-day expo conducted in the capital received an overwhelming response and was concluded with Smart Cities India 2016 Awards. 2nd Smart Cities India 2016 expo was inaugurated by Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu, Hon’ble Minister of Railways, Government of India, and Shri Piyush Goyal, Hon’ble Minister of State (Independent charge), Ministry of Power, Coal, and New & Renewable Energy, Government of India. 

Kerala government is testing and plans to soon launch solar powered boats on it’s popular backwaters destination to make the state a greener state. Known as God’s own land, Kerala is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India and according to a recent survey has proved to be the top destination for family vacations. 

Shenzhen Mustups introduces different types of solar power inverters. Solar inverters with high power and low power are offered by this company at affordable price rates. These inverters can be used for industrial and domestic purposes. 

According to the website, "With an excellent R & D team formed by over 30 engineers and a skilled, dedicated workforce, together 10,000 square meter in-house manufacturing facilities in Guangdong China, Shenzhen Mustups has innovated, developed and improved the products to meet the demands of customers and keep pace with changing demands of the industries. 

With 'close to customer' notion, we have aligned most of its resources to support our Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) customers, and work with our customers as power partners. Our mission is to be the best supplier of power solutions, and to accomplish this, we will continue to tailor products for market needs while maintaining high quality, integrated customer service and prompt delivery." 

Mustups also manufactures on/off hybrid solar inverters which has multiple operations. It can supply uninterrupted power by combining solar energy, AC utility and battery power.

Low frequency solar inverters are also manufactured by this company. It has LCD and LED display. It also features inbuilt copper transformer. Low frequency power inverters have several other features and it is based on pure sine wave output. 

A recent buyer comments, "I bought a high power solar inverter from Mustups for my home application. It is easy to operate and the voltage power can be selected. It is an ideal device for home application such as computers. Power inverters from Mustups are reliable and efficient. I would recommend this device for an uninterrupted power supply for both industrial and domestic uses. The delivery, after service and customer service offered by this company are incomparable." 

Apart from solar power inverters, the company also offers solar battery, solar charge controller and various other solar related devices. To know more about solar power inverter, please log on to: http://www.must-solar.com/

 

 

IREDA might be converted in to Green Bank without undergoing any altercation in its basic structure to enable it access the foreign funding from overseas banks that are currently not supporting the solar and wind funding 

barring the well known KFW. With IREDA conversion into Green Bank, it would be entitled to avail of certain benefits, which the agency is currently deprived of and the proposal is being well supported by the Union Power Ministry.

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Azure Power Global Ltd, the Indian solar power producer that is preparing to list in New York, said it has commissioned 88 MW of solar capacity in three different states at home.

 

The largest plant is of 50-MW capacity and is located in Andhra Pradesh. Two solar parks totalling 28 MW were built in Punjab and one 10-MW facility was constructed in Karnataka. The tariff for these assets ranges from INR 5.89 (USD 0.089/EUR 0.077) per kWh, with escalation, to INR 7.33/kWh.

 

Azure Power are proud to have successfully brought down the cost of power by almost 74% in 2016 from INR 17.91 per KWh in 2009.The company’s solar portfolio exceeds 900 MW, with assets located in 15 Indian states.

 

On May 4th, 2016 National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC, New Delhi), the largest power utility in India, announced that it has commissioned 200 MW out of 250 MW of the first phase of the Ananthapuramu solar photovoltaic (PV) project on April 30th, 2016 in Andhra Pradesh. 

 

With this, the total capacity of non-conventional energy projects of NTPC has become 310 MW. The total installed capacity of NTPC group has now become 47,178 MW through 18 coal-based, 7 gas-based, 9 solar renewable, one hydro and 9 Joint Venture power stations. 

 

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