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Vacuum tubes with CPCs dominate SHIP market

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on July 16, 2018
Concentrating solar thermal technologies continue to flourish in India. The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has reported to have received concentrating solar thermal applications worth more than 10,000 m2 since the national subsidy scheme was extended in February 2018. Most applications were about solar heat for industrial processes, also known as SHIP, and cooling. Vacuum tube collectors with CPCs, short for compound parabolic concentrators, are one of the technologies eligible for the scheme and took the lion’s share at nearly 80 %.
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India: New Union Budget and Its Impact on Solar Heat Market and Industry

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on February 8, 2017
BorosilThe new Union Budget that Finance Minister Arun Jaitley presented on 1 February 2017 proved the country’s commitment to renewable energy deployment. The funds available to the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE) will increase by 9 % from INR 50.36 billion (around EUR 720 million) in 2016-2017 to INR 54.73 billion (about EUR 782 million). There have also been new tax regulations on solar-tempered glass, and the minister announced the creation of a development fund for the dairy processing industry and infrastructure development. The photo shows the inside of the solar-tempered glass factory of Gujarat Borosil Glass Works.
Photo: Jaideep Malaviya
 

India: First Mirror Manufacturer for Concentrating Collector Application

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on January 26, 2016

ARS Glasstech based in Gujarat state in western India has become the first domestic glass mirror manufacturer for concentrating solar thermal collectors. So far, Indian manufacturers of dish collectors had been dependent on mirror imports for their high-temperature applications. The unique selling point of ARS Glasstech is its delivery of mirrors in the small sizes required to set up concentrating dishes typically used in India. Glass is cut by CNC glass-cutting machines and sealed at the sides. The photo shows the first retrofit project with ARS mirrors, during which 1,250 m2 of mirror surface area of the solar thermal air-conditioning system were replaced at Kailash Cancer Hospital in Gujarat. The retrofit had the financial support of the GEF-UNDP CSH PROJECT.

Photo: ARS Glasstech

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