Issue : July-August 2016
Published on : August 24, 2016
Published Bimonthly | 7 issues
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In our July-August 2016 edition of Solar Today, our cover story explored how improving access to proper lighting is critical, as it increases income generation potential and also has a positive effect on school performance. Through providing households with better quality lighting, off-grid energy solutions have much broader social, environmental and economic impacts.
Our first feature focused on project design aspect of solar and got from the industry players all the angles this covers - design, layout, technology selection and system configuration - which is unique for every project according to their requirements and targets. The second feature looked at the quality of inverter systems and how India’s goal for grid parity can be supported through the use of smart inverters.
Our special feature on the upcoming REI Expo in Delhi, brought us exclusive interactions with the Government of Canada, besides other leaders in the fields of competitive bidding for solar, domestic manufacture, technology advancements and project finance. We also took a look at a new trend of solar trackers in the Indian market - which are used to reduce cost of power generation.
Solar Today is a Bi Montly business magazine that will focus on discussing ideas pertaining management of solar as a business which needs global knowledge and due diligence. SOLAR TODAY showcases new developments in the world of solar technology through news analyses, product features, relevant case studies, exclusive viewpoints from national and global thought leaders, and the latest advances in scientific research. SOLAR TODAY will also be keeping a close watch on the current global and regional policies and assessing their impact on shaping the growth of the solar industry. And of course, through the publication and related events, SOLAR TODAY will showcase the best of business opportunities for different stakeholders in this booming trade: developers, manufacturers, suppliers, consultants, financiers, among others. Advertisers benefit from the magazine as it delivers to a very focused audience from the solar industry, which is involved in decision-making at all levels. Readership: Central & State Electricity Boards, Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution Companies, Services & Equipment Manufacturers, Suppliers and End Users, Project Consultants and Consulting Engineers, Utility Companies, Government and inter-Government agencies, Bureaucrats & Related Ministries, Financial Institutions, High Net Worth Individuals, etc. Highlighting the advances in scientific research; presenting success stories of companies from across the world.. Showcasing new developments in world solar technology through news analysis, product features, relevant case studies, etc. Presenting the current global and regional policies and assessing their impact on the growth of industry; Business opportunities for different stakeholders - developers, manufacturers, suppliers, consultants, financiers, etc.