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T E Narasimhan / Chennai April 6, 2010, 1:40 IST

Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) is planning to re-enter wind turbine manufacturing space in the next three months. The public sector power equipment major said it was planning to join hands with a foreign technology partner for the re-entry.

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Photovoltaic power plants on rooftops of major government buildings being considered

Generating 1 MW of solar power requires around Rs.18 crore

PUDUCHERRY: The Renewable Energy Agency of Puducherry (REAP) has plans in place for solar power generation and heating systems in the Union Territory, in light of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission.

Ind-Bharath Power (Karwar) Limited (IBPKL), has decided to construct a solar power project at Hanakon near Karwar.

The company had earlier shelved its proposed plan to set up a thermal power plant the same site.

The company in its affidavit before the National Environment Appellate Authority, here said that it planned to set up a 25 MW solar power project.

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This report focuses on East Asia

GWEC's annual report is the autoritative source of information on wind power markets around the world. The Global Wind 2009 Report contains installation figures for over 70 countries for the 2009 record year, as well as a five-year forecast up to 2014 and detailed chapters on the key countries.

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