India solar energy Current Affairs, GK & News

Solar Waste Handling in India

While India’s solar power capacity is increasing, the country does not have a proper policy on managing the waste that is being generated from solar panels and its manufacturing process. Overview: Currently, India considers solar waste as a part of its generated electronic waste and thus doesn’t account for it independently. Also, the nation doesn’t ..

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Union Budget 2022-23-Highlights

On February 1, 2022, the Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaraman presented the Union budget 2022-23. The budget focuses on macro economic growth, energy transition, promoting digital economy, climate action, tech enabled development, crowding in private investment. Here are the highlights of the budget. Key Highlights Digital Rupee is to be issued using block chain technologies ..

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OSOWOG – One Sun One World One Grid group- Key Facts

Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for ‘One Sun, One World, One Grid’ on November 2, 2021 for improving the viability of solar power. Key Points On the occasion, he also announced that India’s space agency, ISRO will provide a calculator to the world soon, that can measure solar energy potential of any region. ‘One Sun, ..

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Vice President calls to increase production of Solar PV cells

Vice President of India, M. Venkaiah Naidu, called upon states to increase the production of Solar PV sells and modules in India. Highlights He called to set up manufacturing plants in order to boost the production of solar PV cells and modules. He noted the importance of “Atma Nirbharta” in solar energy through active participation ..

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RIL launches New Clean Energy Business

Reliance Industry has announced to launch a new clean energy factory to make solar photovoltaic cells for next three years. New Clean Energy Business Mukesh Ambani will launch a Rs 75,000 crore investment project. It will be launched to set up four ‘Giga’ factories in order to make solar photovoltaic cells, green hydrogen, batteries and ..

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India’s anti-dumping probe against China, Thailand and Vietnam

The Ministry of Commerce has recently initiated the anti-dumping investigation against China, Vietnam and Thailand. The investigation is against the import of solar cells from these countries. The investigation has been started by the Ministry following the application submitted by the Indian Solar Manufacturer Association. What is the issue? The solar cells are the basic ..

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