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MEET ENERGY DEMANDS THAT TOO WITH RIGHT ENERGY SOLUTIONS

Do you believe in saving your natural resources like the way you believe in saving your finances for future?  Well if ‘No’ than it’s time to think about it , your simple thought on saving your resources today can work as an effective mean of availing  these resources for your next generation. We all know that the rapid use of non renewable resources can deplete these resources in such a way that they won’t be available much for use in the near future. So to conserve these resources for us and for our future generation it’s now time to bring advancement to our thoughts. There cannot be a better way to commence this advancement than to look for an alternative option that works not only to meet energy demands but works to save non renewable resources for future.

ADLER here comes as an alternative to solve the ever rising energy demand. They not only work to care for our future but they work to save our resources too. They make an abundance use of solar energy which works as a prolific alternative to save our non renewable resources. They make solar panels which efficiently utilize solar radiation to produce electricity. Thus they provide valuable services to remote and rural areas where it would be expensive to supply electricity from the main utility line. Beside their services to rural areas they also work to bring down the electricity bills in urban areas. By installing their solar panels in home or at factories the reduction in electricity bill is confirmed with guarantee. The use of solar panels not only works to bring advancement to keystone state but they also work to build in technology in rural states.

ADLER group upholds the vision of making renewable energy accessible to all and thus works to improve not only the income but works for the productivity of people. They work to make advantages of solar energy through their solar panel which can be used in conjunction of traditional energy sources which is remarkably renewable.

The ever-growing energy requirement and reducing natural resources, has let them get into the thinking of an alternative that meets energy demand and thus they came with an enhanced solution of using solar energy. They use solar energy which is in abundance amount and which does not affect the earth or the people living in it.  Now the big question is how to channelize this solar energy and thus here ADLER as an industry works to produce highest quality of solar panels both for commercial and domestic purpose. They work for easy setup of solar panels that too with less maintenance and that affects huge cost cutting. Thus it will let the customer know that switching to solar energy does not only meet their energy demand but has a huge impact on the environment.  By being the part of the initiative taken by ADLER to switch to alternative resources, one should be proud of the fact that he/she is making an effort to make the future for coming generation a better place to live.  So contact ADLER representative for installing solar panels at your home and factories, for a better today- and a safer tomorrow.

 

ADLER Group is a leading solar company dealing in solar products and providing complete solar energy solutions. You’ve come to the right place – give us a call!

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Solar installations increasing in india. Use the experts at ADLER solar

The Union Cabinet Committee of Economic Affairs (CCEA) on Wednesday approved enhancing the capacity of solar park power projects to 40 GW by 2020. A total of 50 solar parks would be set up to meet the new target. Earlier the target was to set up 33 solar parks with a total capacity of 20 GW. The government aims to add 175 GW of solar capacity during same period.

 

Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI), a subsidiary of ministry of new and renewable energy (MNRE) would execute the projects along with the respective state governments. Land identification and selecting solar power developer would be the onus of the state governments.

 

The Centre would give a grant of Rs 25 lakh for preparing the detailed projects report. “We would also provide Central Financial Assistance of upto Rs 20 lakh per MW or 30 per cent of the project cost including grid connectivity cost, whichever is lower,” said Piyush Goyal, minister of state for coal, mines, power and new & renewable energy at a press briefing.

 

SECI would release the grant as per the milestones achieved. The current installed capacity of solar in the country stands at 9000 MW. “Today’s decision will contribute to long-term energy security of the country,” said Goyal.

Approval for 900 MW Arun-3 Hydro project by SJVN in Nepal
  • The Cabinet Committee of Economic Affairs (CCEA) approved investment proposal for generation component of 900 MW Arun-3 Hydro Electric Project in Nepal by state owned SJVN Limited.
  • The project culminated as Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the government of Nepal located in the Sankhuwasabha Distt. SJVN has been entrusted to plan, promote, organize & execute the Arun-3 Hydro-electric Project.

Source: http://www.business-standard.com/article/economy-policy/india-to-double-solar-park-capacity-to-40-gw-by-2020-117022200453_1.html#

ADLER Solar is a leading solar company dealing in solar products and providing complete solar energy solutions. You’ve come to the right place – give us a call!

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Bright future for solar energy in india

The falling cost of solar energy technology is helping India increase its production of electricity.

Solar energy is electrical power captured from the sun. Last April, India’s energy minister Piyush Goyal reportedly said it is now less costly to produce electricity from the sun than from coal in his country.

The drop in the cost of solar power is also helping India reach its goal of producing more renewable energy.

The U.S. Energy Information Commission says India is the world’s fourth largest user of electricity. However, many of its people still do not have electricity.

India urgently needs to increase its electricity production. But, reducing the country’s high levels of pollution is also very important.

 

In an effort to meet both goals, the government plans to produce 100 gigawatts of solar power by 2022. A gigawatt is a measure of electrical power equal to one billion watts.

It’sthe size of 60 Taj Majals”

A few months ago, India launched the largest solar power plant in the world in the town of Kamuthi in the southern state of Tamil Nadu.

Global News agency describes the power plant as being the size of 60 Taj Mahals. The plant took less than one year to build.

The power center covers more than 1000 hectares of land. It is made up of 2.5 million individual solar panels. Together, the panels can produce as much as 648 megawatts of electrical power.

Adani Power, an Indian company, financed the building of the plant in Kamuthi.

The solar plant is not India’s only big effort to develop solar energy.

India’s solar mission

All over the country, there is evidence that India’s use of solar power is increasing.

In 2015, CNN reported that India became the first country to operate an airport completely on solar power. That year, the Cochin International Airport placed a solar plant on unused land near some of its buildings.

Now, the airport no longer pays electric bills. Instead, it plans to sell its extra electricity back to the state.

Other airports in India are also using solar power, including an international airport in Kolkata, which launched a two megawatt rooftop solar energy farm in 2015.

At the beginning of 2010, India launched the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission to increase renewable energy, which includes solar. By 2022, the government wants to produce enough solar electricity to power more than 60 million homes.

Last year, India joined the Paris Agreement. The U.N. agreement is a promise by almost 200 countries to help slow climate change by 2030. Part of India’s promise is to increase renewable energy to 40 percent of its total.

Claire Brunel is an assistant professor of economics at American University in Washington, DC. Brunel recently spoke to VOA Learning English about India’s solar growth.

“They’re building an incredible amount of solar and they’re fast becoming one of the biggest – the countries with the biggest solar capacity and definitely the biggest added solar capacity. I mean, they’ve overcome the U.K. already and they’re on their way to overcoming Italy. I mean it’s – it is pretty amazing.”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has supported solar and other renewable energy sources. His government plans to increase solar power production from four gigawatts to 100 gigawatts by 2022, according to the World Resources Institute.

However, Modi’s main goal is to expand electricity production using all possible sources, including coal and other fossil fuels. Modi plans to double coal production by 2020, according to CNN.

When land is limited

The Indian government also wants to increase the use of rooftop solar panels. Cities are developing plans to use these panels to help make electricity service more dependable.

Cities like Delhi have already announced plans to place solar panels on the roofs of buildings throughout the city. For government and public buildings in Delhi, it will be a requirement. The Times of India reported that Delhi Metro, the city’s underground train service, will put solar panels on the roofs of some of its metro stations.

But, cities are not the only places collecting the sun’s energy on roofs. Rural communities are getting electricity from companies like Simpa Energy. The website ThinkProgress says Simpa and similar companies rent solar panels to individual customers. These panels provide electricity without being connected to central power lines.

 

Customers can add credit to their mobile phones to use the panels.

Other companies rent rechargeable solar lanterns to customers very cheaply.

Companies like Simpa are opening for business in states like Uttar Pradesh, one of India’s largest and poorest states.

Claire Brunel says that many developing nations are using rooftop solar panels to get electricity to rural communities, where electrical systems are not dependable.

The less-than-sunny-side

Yet, India still faces serious energy shortages.

The country’s energy needs are growing too fast to be met by renewable sources alone. India’s energy use has doubled since 2000, according to the International Energy Agency.

Brunel says that by 2040, an estimated 300 million people in India will need new electricity service.

New coal plants are being built to provide for this growing need. The country gets more than 60 percent of its electricity from coal. Reuters news agency says India has almost as much coal-related pollution as China.

Brunel says the country’s growing need for energy will affect whether it can reduce its levels of greenhouse gases.

“If – if solar is capturing the growth in electricity basically, then you’re not technically changing emissions. You’re just making sure that emissions are not increasing, but you’re not decreasing them either.

 

Source: http://learningenglish.voanews.com/a/3672191.html

 

ADLER Solar is a leading solar company dealing in solar products and providing complete solar energy solutions. You’ve come to the right place – give us a call!

Mob: +91 9971170911 ,+91 9910733911
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2016 was the year solar panels finally became cheaper than fossil fuels. Just wait for 2017

The renewable energy future will arrive when installing new solar panels is cheaper than a comparable investment in coal, natural gas or other options. If you ask the World Economic Forum (WEF), the day has arrived.

Solar and wind is now the same price or cheaper than new fossil fuel capacity in more than 30 countries, the WEF reported in December. As prices for solar and wind power continue their precipitous fall, two-thirds of all nations will reach the point known as “grid parity” within a few years, even without subsidies. “Renewable energy has reached a tipping point,” Michael Drexler, who leads infrastructure and development investing at the WEF, said in a statement. “It is not only a commercially viable option, but an outright compelling investment opportunity with long-term, stable, inflation-protected returns.”

Those numbers are already translating into vast new acres of silicon and glass. In 2016, utilities added 9.5 gigawatts (GW) of photovoltaic capacity to the US grid, making solar the top fuel source for the first time in a calendar year, according to the US Energy Information Administration’s estimates. The US added about 125 solar panels every minute in 2016, about double the pace last year, reports the Solar Energy Industry Association.

The solar story is even more impressive after accounting for new distributed solar on homes and business (rather than just those built for utilities), which pushed the total installed capacity to 11.2 GW.

But global global investment in renewable energy still lags far behind levels needed to avoid potentially catastrophic global warming, according to the United Nations. Global renewable investment last year was $286 billion, or 25% of the $1 trillion goal set by nations at the Paris climate change accord. Barriers to investment are mostly political rather than economic: Contracts are not standardized, regulatory uncertainty remains, and financial institutions have not created an asset class with a public, standardized track record that will reassure mainstream investors, reports the WEF.

But prices are eventually expected to win the day. Solar is projected to fall to half the price of electricity from coal or natural gas within a decade or two. That milestone has already been reached in some locales. In August, energy firm Solarpack contracted to sell solar electricity in Chile at just $29.1 per megwatt hour, 58% below prices from a new natural gas plant.

Source: http://qz.com/871907/2016-was-the-year-solar-panels-finally-became-cheaper-than-fossil-fuels-just-wait-for-2017/

ADLER Solar is a leading solar company dealing in solar products and providing complete solar energy solutions. You’ve come to the right place – give us a call!

Mob: +91 9971170911 ,+91 9910733911
Email : info@adlergroup.in
Web :  http://www.adlergroup.in