The Government of India announced the JNNSM in 2010 and has allocated solar PV projects totaling 1250MW over three tranches of 150MW, 350MW and 750MWs since. Azure Power has successfully won in all the three tranches, where 5MW, 35MW and the maximum permissible capacity of 100MW has been won and commissioned respectively under each of the three tranches. With the completion of these projects Azure Power also becomes the largest investor of solar power in the state of Rajasthan. In a continued demonstration of its strong engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) track record, the company commissioned the plant in less than 8 months. On this occasion,Mr. Tarun Kapoor, Joint Secretary, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy said, “Thesuccessof the National Solar Mission largely depends on developers like Azure Power.
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Azure Power Commissions Largest Solar Power Plant (100 MW) Under India’s National Solar Mission – Yahoo Finance
With a current staff of 15 employees, the firm is projected to double that number to 30 by years end by hiring locally. The firm is an approved SunPower financing partner, the industry leader in solar panel technology. Scott Kerner has more than 15 years of sales and management experience.
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Solar Man, CEO of Monarch Power Corp, Protests Utility Solar Demand Charge; Arizona Professor Invents Off Grid Solar Man Grill – Yahoo Finance
On March 12, SRP approved demand charges on new solar homes. “Rooftop solar is dead now in SRP territories,” said Hui. “Demand charge tops at $33/Kilowatt, which you have to pay if you happen to use that power for only 30 minutes within a month. That could cost you hundreds on cloudy days.” The new SRP solar rate plan can impose demand charges on homes not buying all their power needs from SRP.
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