Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy

  • User’s Technical Handbook on Solar Water Heaters (India, 2010)

    This handbook was prepared in the framework of the Global Solar Water Heating Market Transformation and Strengthening Initiative (GSWH Project), - a project co-executed by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the United Nations Development Programme (UNEP), funded by Global...

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  • Solar Thermal Technology Research and Development (2010)

    This is a presentation from Dr Ashvini Kumar, Director of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy of India. It provides an overview about main market applications of solar thermal energy: solar heating, solar cooking, cooling, drying, industrial process heat, etc. The presentation also...

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  • India: Ideal Frame Conditions for Solar Heating and Cooling Sector

    India: Ideal Frame Conditions for Solar Heating and Cooling Sector

    More than 200 participants attended the side-event dedicated to the solar heating and cooling sector during the Delhi International Renewable Energy Conference (DIREC) 2010 in New Delhi, India, at the end of October. International thought leaders highlighted the global development of low-...

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  • India: Solar City Rajkot introduces Property Tax Rebates

    India: Solar City Rajkot introduces Property Tax Rebates

    A satisfying record: The Indian city of Rajkot in Gujarat state, Western India, has seen the installation of more than 16,000 residential systems and over 700 commercial solar water heating systems since the Municipal Corporation implemented a solar building bye-law in March 2004....

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  • Calls for Intensive R&D on Solar Thermal Air Drying in India

    Calls for Intensive R&D on Solar Thermal Air Drying in India

    The Sardar Patel Renewable Energy Research Institute (SPRERI) organized a one day workshop on solar thermal drying at the end of March 2010. Its aim was to intensify the efforts of tapping into the national market potential for using solar applications to dry agricultural products. ...

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  • India: Results of Greentech’s Market Assessment Study

    India: Results of Greentech’s Market Assessment Study

    Looking at the future development of the Indian solar thermal sector: The figures above show the most realistic scenario by New Delhi based consultancy Greentech Knowledge Solutions. The residential market will also dominate in the years to come, still retaining a market share of around 80...

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