Goldi Solar has introduced its latest G12 TOPCon solar panel, featuring advanced technology, as part of its high-efficiency low on carbon (HELOC®) plus series. The new addition to the HELOC® plus series features a 132-cell module that incorporates N-Type TOPCon technology, achieving a power output of up to 705 Wp. These panels reportedly boast a module conversion efficiency of up to 22.7 per cent and excel in providing cost-effectiveness, reduced LCoE and balance of system expenses, thereby ensuring a quicker return on investment. Furthermore, these panels reportedly yield over a 10-30 per cent additional power gain when compared to standard modules, and they outperform in low-light conditions such as on cloudy or foggy days. Their versatility makes them suitable for a wide range of applications, including building-integrated photovoltaics and vertical installations, and also in environments such as snowy landscapes and high-humidity areas.
Mahanadi Coalfields, a Coal India subsidiary has floated bids for the installation and commissioning of 2.5 MW of grid-connected rooftop solar systems with net metering on residential and non-residential buildings in Odisha. The estimated cost […]
Gurgaon, December 16, 2022: ACME Group has forayed into the wind power business and signed a power purchase agreement with Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Limited (GUVNL). At present, ACME operates solar power plants in 12 […]