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Titan Energy in long-term pact with US co Suniva 26.8.2008 HBL: Corporate
Hyderabad, Aug. 25 Titan Energy Systems Ltd has entered into a $480-million, long term supply agreement (up to 2013) with US-based ...
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Spy plane sets new record by staying in air for 82 hours 25.8.2008 New Kerala: World News
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'Zephyr' stayed in air for 82 hours 25.8.2008 Oneindia.in: News
Edinburgh, Aug 25: A British-built solar-powered spy plane has set an unofficial record by staying in the air for 82 hours, or, three-and-a-half days. According to a report in the Scotsman, the plane, called 'Zephyr', used solar power during the day and rechargeable batteries at night to beat the world record for the longest duration unmanned flight.

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Green power for governor 25.8.2008 Telegraph: Calcutta
Not content with switching off the lights at Raj Bhavan twice a day to sympathise with citizens bereft of power, Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi is now trying to generate his own electricity.
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Kerala and alternative energy resources 25.8.2008 Hindu: Opinion
It is strange to learn that Kerala has no plan to generate power through alternative means.
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Tata BP to turn $1b firm 24.8.2008 Asian Age: Business

New Delhi, Aug. 24: Tata BP Solar, a joint venture between Tata Power and BP Solar, will expand capacity to 300 MW and has set a target to become $1 billion (over Rs 4,000 crore) company by 2012, a top company official has said.

"We are hoping to become a $1 billion company by 2012," said Tata BP Solar north India head, Mr Amit Kumar, adding that the installed capacity of the company would reach 300 MW by the year 2012.

In its endeavour, the company has already invested Rs 400 crore ($100 million) in the current financial year for manufacturing 180 MW of solar cells and 125 MW of solar modules.

Tata BP Solar provides services to the Defence forces, North Eastern states, Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, educational institutions like IIT Kanpur, IIT Delhi, IIM Bangalore and has also electrified 20 villages in Orissa.

The company has also signed a memorandum of understanding with Tata Agrico for distributing solar products targeting consumers, who are deprived of electricity in the rural areas of the country.

Tata BP Solar is currently harnessing the potential of solar energy for providing telecom infrastructure in Bhutan.

It is also supplying solar power equipment to Afghanistan, Pakistan, etc and export products to countries in Western Europe and the US. The company’s clientele includes corporates such ONGC, Indian Oil Corp and Hindustan Petroleum Corp. — PTI

 

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Tata BP Solar to become $1 billion firm by 2012 24.8.2008 Mint: Latest
In its endeavour, the company has already invested Rs400 crore ($100 million) in the current financial year for manufacturing 180 MW of solar cells and 125 MW of solar modules
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Tata BP Solar to become $1 bn firm by 2012 24.8.2008 ET: Power
Tata BP Solar, a joint venture between Tata Power and BP Solar, will expand capacity to 300 MW and has set a target to become a billion dollar (over Rs 4,000 crore) company by 2012, a top company official has said.
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DuPont introduces photovoltaic solutions 24.8.2008 Sify Finance
DuPont India has announced the introduction of its new market facing business initiative DuPont Photovoltaic Solutions (DPVS) in India.
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India blamed for 8% carbon emissions growth  24.8.2008 Central Chronicle
India blamed for 8% carbon emissions growth 
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Solar lamps provided to 334 tribal families in 15 hilltop habitaions in Khammam 24.8.2008 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
The ITDA has spent Rs 15,76,900 on providing the facility
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‘Solar energy holds the key to power woes’ 24.8.2008 Hindu: New Delhi
NEW DELHI: India is blessed with solar energy and if harnessed efficiently, the country is capable of producing around 5 trillion-kilowatts of electricity, Union Minister for New and Renewable Energy Vilas Muttemwar said while addressing the ...
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Solar cooker research centre likely at Tirupattur college 24.8.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Move to motivate people of 100 villages to use such cookers
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DuPont introduces photovoltaic solutions 24.8.2008 HBL: Corporate
New Delhi, Aug. 23 DuPont India has announced the introduction of its new market facing business initiative DuPont Photovoltaic Solutions (DPVS) in India. ...
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TERI promises to bring light in villages 23.8.2008 New Kerala: India News
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India Capable to Producing 5 Trillion KWS Electricity: Muttemwar 23.8.2008 Govt of india: PIB
India Capable to Producing 5 Trillion KWS Electricity: Muttemwar
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India blamed for 8% percent of carbon emissions 23.8.2008 IndiaInfo.com
India blamed for eight percent of carbon emissions growth
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India blamed for eight percent of carbon emissions growth 23.8.2008 New Kerala: India News
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Even seaweeds are not protected from sunburn 23.8.2008 New Kerala: World News
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Tata BP Solar aims at 30% topline growth 23.8.2008 DNA: Money
Tata BP Solar India Ltd, a solar energy solutions provider, expects to grow its business by about 20%-30% this fiscal by making and selling more solar photo voltaic cells and modules.
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