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Catch up with the latest news and developments at CleanMax Solar. Track the company’s progress as it brings renewable energy within easy reach for businesses in South Asia.

  • Corporates show interest in solar-powered factories

    India’s industrial sector, very often plagued with erratic power supply, is increasingly resorting to a new method for solving their energy needs – solar power. Many leading Indian corporates and multinationals are now interested in installing roof top solar (RTS) in their factories or are relying on solar power to run their premises, say industry sources.

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  • Solar Energy will generate 1112 Kilowatt electricity

    PGI will create electricity with the help of Solar energy. Professor Rakesh Kapoor initiated the work on setting up solar panel to get 1112 Kilowatt of electricity. The professor also said that this project was owing to the central governments’ program on Clean Solar energy.

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  • CleanMax plans to raise $100 mn

    CleanMaX Solar, a provider of solar power to companies through rooftop and grid-connected solar installations, plans to raise $100 million, a top company executive said. In the past, Warburg Pincus and International Finance Corp., the World Bank’s private-sector investment arm, have invested as much as $100 million in the company.

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  • Solar Panel Maintenance: A Paramount Requirement

    India is spearheading with an ambitious programme to reach an installed capacity of 100 GW by 2022 Several states are setting up multiple utility plants of large capacities to herald the arrival of the renewable energy generation. Solar power plants are built to last 25 years or more. Nevertheless, after the engineering procurement & construction (EPC) period is completed, the operations & maintenance (O&M) activities have to be seamless and a well-oiled exercise.

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  • Amity University installs on-site solar plants at its campuses

    Amity University has adopted onsite solar power in its Jaipur, Manesar, and Gwalior campuses in association with CleanMax Solar. CleanMax solar has installed on-site solar plants in its Jaipur, Manesar and Gwalior campuses with a cumulative capacity of 1.8 MWp, CleanMax Solar said in a statement.

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  • Amity University installs on-site solar plants at its campuses

    Amity University has adopted onsite solar power in its Jaipur, Manesar and Gwalior campuses in association with CleanMax Solar. CleanMax solar has installed on-site solar plants in its Jaipur, Manesar and Gwalior campuses with a cumulative capacity of 1.8 MWp, CleanMax Solar said in a statement.

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  • 100 GW A Leap In The Dark

    By announcing to achieve 100 GW of solar power by 2022, India hit the bull’s eye and projected itself as a key player at the Paris Agreement. Now, the world’s largest renewable energy expansion programme has put India on the road map to a solar future!

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  • 40 GW Rooftop Solar: Too Hot To Handle?

    Solar rooftop is the most efficient application of solar energy to mitigate climate change issues and achieve India’s ambitious commitment to achieve 175 GW of RE by 2022. Rooftop applications are supposed to contribute 40 GW towards the total 100 GW of solar capacity of India. However, there are some challenges that are acting as barriers in rapid progress of rooftop installations.

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  • Solarquarters Top 10 Best Companies To Work For

    SolarQuarter had invited the companies to join this survey campaign. This industry research has been derived primarily from employee feedbacks and ratings focusing on a variety of elements that make an organisation a great place to work including company culture, peer network, career growth, compensation & benefits, management practices, company HR’s best practices and so on.SolarQuarter had invited the companies to join this survey campaign.

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  • The Sweet Spot In Solar

    Is solar an attractive investment asset class? It sure is. Returns are heady, typically upwards of 16 percent and the opportunity is transient. So, come on, cash in on it — after all, as Brutus told Cassius, “there is a tide in the affairs of men, which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune.”

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