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Solar pumps for agriculture

Solar pumps for agriculture Why Solar Pumps ? Each years thousands of farmers and agriculturists are adapting solar pumps for one or many of these reasons – Limited electric power supply – 4 to 6 hours per day. Erratic schedule – sometimes in the day, and sometimes in the night. New connections not readily available for those without a connection. ... Read More »

Solar Pumping in India

Solar Pumping in India Amit Kumar. Feb 26 ‘2017. (This article expresses the opinions and suggestions of the author, based on ground level experiences with promoting solar pumping solutions in India). The Challenge: Bharat – home to the majority of India’s population is mainly made up of small and marginal farmers.   In many states of the nation, these farmers continue ... Read More »

Save the environment with Solar

Save the environment with Solar – Amit K.   (founder at     Yes, Global warming is real. Yes, Climate change is real. These two issues have been debated and analyzed for years now.  The verdict is clear and visible to all of us.   Climate change is effecting everyone irrespective of where they live and what they do.  The ... Read More »

Diesel Generators vs. Solar

Diesel Generators vs. Solar Energy Diesel Generators are used by many homes and industries today.   While most users are aware of the high cost of diesel energy, the other downside of diesel is its harmful emissions. Diesel exhaust contains more than 40 toxic air contaminants, including many known or suspected cancer-causing substances, such as benzene, arsenic, and formaldehyde. It ... Read More »

Saur Urjaa Ban Rahi Kisano ka sahara

Saur Urjaa Ban Rahi Kisano ka sahara Saur urjaa se krishi kare. Ab na bijli gul hone ki chinta aur na Kisan solar light se tyubel chala kar rhe sichai Sarkar ki raraph se mil rhi hai subcidy Saur urjaa ke estemaal se nhi aayega bijali bil Jaha light samsya hai, vaha surya urjaa takneek labhkari sabit ho rhi hai ... Read More »

India’s power minister on Solar roof top

Thoughts of India’s power minister on Solar roof top Following are excerpts of an interview given by Mr. Piyush Goyal, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Power, Coal and New & Renewable Energy, India.   You were just mentioning roof-top solar in the context of net metering. Why not make roof-top solar mandatory for multi-storied buildings while giving them plan approval? ... Read More »

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