Aiming to highlight the latest technological solutions and exchange expertise in Photovoltaic (PV) panels, a delegation from Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) participated in a workshop in India.
Bosch India, a supplier of technology and services has won InterSolar Award 2015 in the Industrial and Commercial category for the second consecutive year due to its excellence in engineering and execution it brought to the commissioning of the 12 MW solar plant for the Cochin International Airport (CIAL) earlier this year in August.
Technology giant Google has joined hands with the government of Haryana to undertake a digital literacy drive covering internet safety in government schools, and also to conduct a similar exercise for government officials.
ABB, the power and automation technology group which is engaged in leading solar projects of the country, has become the first company to surpass an installed base of 2 GW of solar inverter capacity, doubling its installed base in just five months.
Researchers in India and the US are developing a handy solar-powered device to detect oral cancer at early stage which can be integrated with mobile technology, enabling faster and accurate diagnostics in rural areas.
Researchers of Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have developed a solar hybrid desalination system that involves converting saline sea water to potable water and the process has been described in the International Journal of Low Carbon Technologies.
Denmark-based Grundfos is all set to launch an intelligent water dispensing system called AQpure and AQtap in India that accepts “WaterCard” like an ATM and converts raw water into potable for consumers.