Monthly Archives: February 2017

It’s a known fact that the planet earth receives an average of 174 Petawatts (PW) of incoming solar energy from the sun, a star. The total amount of energy received from sun in one hour time frame is enough to satisfy the global power needs for up to one year. […]

Finances for Solar Power Projects in India

The International Solar Alliance, a treaty-based inter-governmental organization of over 120 nations. The International Solar Alliance, launched at the end of UN Climate Change Conference 2015 or COP21 in Paris by Fracois Hollande, President of France and Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India aims to exploit potential of power and cut dependence […]

International Solar Alliance & India’s National Solar Mission

Project 1: Vivaan Solar’s Rooftop Expertise to Power Rail Wheel Factory, Yelahanka, Karnataka We are glad to announce that Vivaan Solar has bagged the contract to set up a 2 MW rooftop solar power plant at the Rail Wheel Factory, Yelahanka near Bengaluru Karnataka. Vivaan Solar which had participated in […]

Great News !!!! Vivaan Solar’s Rooftop Expertise Bags Multiple Govt ...

We are glad to announce that Vivaan Solar has successfully completed & commissioned the 200 Kw rooftop solar power project at the Sri Udasin Karshni Ashram in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. The project cost was around INR 2.5 crores and was completed within a record time of 25 days from 1st […]

Great News !!!! Vivaan Solar Completes Solar Rooftop Project @ ...

India turned a new leaf on 1 February 2017 by announcing the Budget 2017, a departure from practice of announcing it on Feb end. So has the new budget helped the solar power industry. Lets find out. First the Positives The Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced a slew of measures […]

Budget 2017: Opportunity Lost or Boost for Solar Power in ...