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 The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Bangaluru claimed that solar power would power India as 175 Gigawatt of electricity is expected to be generated from renewable sources,   "By 2022, when India will be celebrating 75 years of independence, 175 GW of renewable energy will be generated. The government’s aim is to get 40 percent of the country's energy needs from renewable sources like wind and solar by 2030,"...

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 Coal India chairman Gopal Singh said coal-based power generation capacity is expected to be over 330-441 GW by 2040 from the current 192 GW.   "Coal-based power generation will definitely rise. Currently, 73 percent of the power generation of the country is coal-based. The large planned new coal-based thermal capacity is likely to put pressure on coal," Coal India (CIL) chairman Gopal Singh said.   Coal-based power...

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 Announcement for a 30-megawatt solar facility in India that will meet the yearly energy needs of more than 14,000 homes has been commissioned.   The plant will be developed by Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd and will be situated in Palaswade, Maharashtra.   The parent firm said the new site was using domestically-produced crystalline silicon photovoltaic (PV) modules. Photovoltaic refers to a way of directly converting light...

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 Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and Delhi-based Tata Power DISCOM are partnering to explore possibilities of collaboration at electric utility level in India.   The two companies will work jointly to build up the energy storage system, grid-connected solar rooftop PV, electric vehicle and smart grid initiatives, and conduct studies related to these areas.   The MOU includes establishing...

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 R.K. Singh, Power and renewable energy minister said despite India’s energy needs likely to double over the next 6-7 years going by the current rate of economic growth, the nation will meet two-fifths of its electricity needs with renewable sources by 2030.   Singh is very positive of the scope that renewable energy presents and also that the prices of the equipment would further go down as production of solar modules and...

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