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Tata BP Solar ties up with NXP Semiconductors

Tata BP Solar, a joint-venture company of Tata Power and BP Solar has tied up with NXP Semiconductors to utilize electronic solutions that could be applied in solar applications. They have signed a LoI, and commercial operations could begin by 2010. They are also expected to launch solar powered products for domestic purpose.

Eaton Corp to launch solar powered invertors in India

With larger rural markets where there is no reliable power supply, alternatives for cheaper and reliable supplies are always in demand. Invertors does this job to some extent, but solar powered invertors will be a good choice, for SMEs and telecom companies. These solar powered invertors will be priced at Rs.45000/- in India , (excluding solar panels ) for a 2 kw inverter. Eaton Corp is looking for integrated providers, who could provide turnkey solutions to reach this product. Initially, telecom, dairy co-operatives, smaller companies who require uninterrupted power supply will be their focus.

Gadhia Solar Energy Systems commissions Rs.50 million solar cooking system

Gadhia Solar Energy Systems commissions a solar cooking system at Shirdi in Maharashtra. The solar cooking facility cooks 50000 meals a day. The return on solar power system is 4 years and it work efficiently for 25 years. This equipment makes use of solar parabolic concentrated technology systems, set up with technical support from HTT GmbH, Germany. A similar kind of solar equipment was set up at Ladakh for use of Indian Army.

The company has also provided solar power systems to Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals Ltd (GACL) and Gujarat State Fertilizer Corporation Ltd (GSFC), the Chennai-based Sathyabama University (for 40,000 meals a day), and religious places like Tirupati (30,000 meals a day), and at Mount Abu (35,000 meals a day).

Lanco Solar plans to set up photo voltaic cell unit at Ramdaspur


Lanco Solar plans to set up photo voltaic cell unit at Ramdaspur village in Barang Taluk in Cuttack district of Orissa. Land required for the project is around 280 acres and will entail an investment of Rs.28000 million. The company plans to set up manufacturing facilities to produce Poly silicon (3500 tpa), Wafer (250 MWp)(Wafer capacity), photo voltaic cells (250 MWp) and photo voltaic modules (250 MWp). Raw material required for the project is Metallurgical Grade Silicon (MGSI) 16.02 TPD, Anhydrous HCl  65.27 TPD and Hydrogen  gas  0.96 TPD.

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