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Bharat Solar Power

Bharat Solar Power has carved a niche for ourselves as one of the major manufacturer and supplier of solar PV panels and Solar Products in India

Are Solar Power Banks Better Than Regular Power Packs?

Power banks are portable battery packs that allow someone to charge their tablet or mobile phone, even without plugging them in a socket. Sometimes,...

Guntakal Railway Station installs Ulta Chaata to Harvest Rainwater and Solar Power

South Central Railway (SCR) has taken a step ahead towards sustainability by installing ‘Ulta Chaata’ canopies for harvesting rainwater and harnessing solar power at...

Indian Railways To Install Solar Power Panels Along Rail Tracks

Indian Railways has decided to install solar power panels alongside railway tracks, which will help to curb its power purchase costs and move towards...

Step by step guide on how to set up solar power at home

Author – Alycia Gordan Clean energy is gaining ground rapidly just when greenhouse gases and carbon emissions are immensely hurting our ecosystem. Worldwide, two-thirds of...

Falling wind and solar power tariffs in India indicate their rising power

Renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power are overtaking the conventional sources of energy in India. This is clearly evident in the...
Anu Solar Power

Anu Solar Power

The abiding force behind Anu Solar Power is the desire for India to be energy sufficient, and to harness a clean, renewable energy for economic growth.
Akshaya Solar

Akshaya Solar Power (India) Pvt Ltd

Akshaya Solar Power offer various solar products such as Solar pumps, Street lights, home lights, rooftop power stations, etc.,

UREDA Enables Uttarakhand Villagers to Become Solar Power Farmers

Uttarakhand Renewable Energy Development Agency (UREDA) has roped in farmers to set up solar power plants on their land and supply directly to the state

Bon Voyage For India’s Solar Powered Ferry In Kerala Backwaters

Backwaters in Kerala will witness the first solar powered ferry boat in India ‘Aditya’. NavAlt, a Kochi-based French joint venture company has built the vessel