(Government offers various subsidies and incentives on PV Solar Power Projects at both Central as well as State level. The simplest subsidy is 30% capital subsidy on PV Solar Power Projects, which is covered in this post)
(Cost of power generation from D.G. set is around INR 12.0 to INR 15.0 per kWh and will continue to rise. PV Solar thus offers an excellent opporutnity to replace D.G. Set at nearly half the cost per kWh as compared to D.G. Set.)
(In view of various subsidies and incentives for PV Solar Power Projects this post explores if a Solar Energy Power Project could become financially viable even in the absence of subsidies and incentives)
(Power problem is not a new one in India and has been existing for several years now. This informative article explores if Solar Energy could prove to be the answer to India's ever-growing power deficit).
(Solar Energy, although quite simple to use, has several critical parameters in the design and installation of the system for optimum output. This article explores the basic awareness one should have before going Solar)
(Answers queries like - Can Solar Energy work across all locations in India? Can Solar Energy work without battery backup? Can Solar Energy work in the rain or foggy conditions? Does Solar Energy require a huge area? Does Solar PV rely on temperature for operations?)
(Gives an overview of Indian Power Scenario, Global fossil fuel scenario and Indian dependence on Fossil Fuel, How is the Renewable Energy Industry taking shape in India especially Solar Energy - which is the obvious choice for a Solar-rich Country like India)
(Like all other technologies, Solar Energy also faces the situation wherein lot of misconceptions or myths get developed due to lack of information. This post deals with TOP 5 Myths about Solar Energy and presents factual content about Solar Energy.)
(Gives an indepth analysis of why Solar Energy is crucial for a Solar-rich Country like India. It also takes a detailed insight into why Solar Photo Voltaic is proving to be the solution of choice over all other Renewable Technologies)
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