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The latest updates from Vikram Solar

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The latest updates from Vikram Solar

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28th

Mar

Technical Parameters to consider before going Solar

Many enterprises in a wide range of industries are lowering their overhead costs by installing solar panels for serviceable power. As they move away from traditional sources (fossil fuels) and accept renewable and clean energy sources such as solar power, enterprises not only gain a significant monetary advantage in an increasingly competitive market, but also …

28th

Mar

How much subsidy from Government of India is being offered for going Solar?

While other countries around the world look forward to seeing the sun, India receives an abundance of sunlight. This is the most important criteria for solar energy and our country already has it all. The Indian government has started to make strides towards solar energy. The government has multiplied its target and aims to achieve …

25th

Mar

Advantage of choosing solar PV panels from Indian solar manufacturers

Solar energy in India has been a topic for discussion among experts, observers, analysts, industry players, and magnates. India has been keen for a while to shoulder a leadership role in creating an alternate source of solar energy, meeting the immediate needs in that space, and also to be economically placed on an equal footing …

20th

Mar

Anti Glare Solar Panel

Many businesses are looking for ways that allow them to take more control over solar energy production. Industrial customers investing in solar energy are looking to keep their future energy bills under their own control, as well contributing to environmental protection. This has made solar energy popular around the world. Solar panels are widely used …

20th

Mar

Anti Soil Solar Panel

Soiling can be a significant loss factor for solar energy systems as dust or dirt-particles may significantly reduce the output by 15% to 30%. Soiling is the process where dirt, dust, and other contaminants deposit on the photovoltaic panels ultimately impeding the transmission of light into the panel. Hence many solar panel manufacturers are researching …

20th

Mar

5 things to keep in mind while implementing the execution of a rooftop solar project in a timely manner

Getting solar panels installed on the roof of your enterprise is a process that takes between one to three months or more. However, the actual installation of solar panels may only take a day or two. Most of the time required to get the solar energy system up and running is spent on design, permit …

6th

Mar

Innovation in Solar- Perovskite Cell

Introduction Solar panels usually rely on silicon-based technology to generate electricity and this technology has been around for 50 years. However, solar panels in the past could only convert about 2% of sunlight into electricity. Over the past half century, the cost of silicon solar cells has drastically come down. Ordinary panels today can convert …

7th

Feb

Energy Future

India’s delicate energy security is under critical pressure from its rising dependence on oil, regulatory uncertainty and opaque natural gas pricings, small pool of skilled manpower and poorly developed upstream infrastructure and dependence on fossil fuels as the dominant source of energy. Currently, a move towards a diversified fuel basket, together with a focus on …

17th

Jan

Why solar energy is the best value for money for today’s enterprise

Enterprises all over the country are going through solar power transition. And this exceptional rate of solar adoption is proof enough that enterprises want to reduce their carbon footprint and increase their carbon credits. In July 2009, the European Union and G8 proposed an objective to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80 percent …

17th

Jan

Solar power delivers better ROI- Facts and Myths

There is a rise in demand for solar energy in order to lessen the effects of climate change.

16th

Jan

Why shift to Solar Energy in 2019

India is ripe with untapped solar energy, with strategic geo-tropical location. It has the potential to yield approximately 5,000 trillion kWh of solar energy annually. Blessed with over 10 months of average sunlight, we are qualified to generate over 1000 GW of solar energy, which is four times the current demand. Indian Government aids in …

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