Lavancha Renewable Energy Pvt. Ltd. from Karnataka (India) has come-up with a hybrid model of harnessing solar & wind energy. It has the capability of stable 24-hour power production. With an inbuilt special mechanical braking system at high-speed winds beyond 18.5 m/s, it can generate power even at a low speed wind starting at 2 m/s.…
Those installing rooftop solar plants from now on will be paid a lower tariff. The Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) has revised the tariff payable for solar rooftop and small photovoltaic (PV) power generation, which will be applicable for power purchase agreements (PPAs) signed on or after May 2 until March 31 2018. Not only that, different tariffs have been fixed according to the capacity of the plants…
1.Solar panels are too expensive for me
2.They require constant maintenance
3.Solar panels are unreliable
4.Solar won’t work in cold or cloudy states.
5.Solar panels are ugly and bulky
6.Solar can survive only with Govt. subsidy
The concept of ‘go-green by solar’ was well received by people who visited VR Mall, Bangalore. Keen interest was shown by budding entrepreneurs, farmers, people living in apartments in urban area etc.
India has attracted deep-pocketed investors to its $100 billion solar energy programme…
Majority of electricity in Venezuela is supplied by hydropower…..