ONGC, NTPC foray into LED manufacturing

There is no doubt that the entry of large players will help in scaling up LED production in the country, which is the only way to bring down costs. So NTPC and ONGC’s entry into the field is an important, positive development

Semiconductor industry’s growth to continue in 2011

According to an iSuppli report, growth in the semiconductor industry is likely to continue into 2011, although at a much lower pace than in 2010,...

Solar energy may be mandatory for telecom towers

In an effort to reduce emission of pollution and consumption of diesel in the country, the government has proposed to make mandatory for mobile phone...

Increase in global semiconductor chip sales

The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) has reported that worldwide semiconductor sales in August saw an increase of 1.8 per cent to US$ 25.7 billion from...

DIREC 2010 ends with pledge to support renewable energy

The fourth Delhi International Renewable Energy Conference (DIREC) 2010 was concluded recently at India Expo Mart in Greater Noida. With a pledge to support renewable...

LED torches

GlacialLight has launched two LED torches—Dynamo LT103 and Palmsiren Dynamo 3 LT263, which can be used while mountain climbing, during home maintenance, camping, as well...

Broadcom Corporation to acquire Percello

Broadcom Corporation has signed an agreement to acquire Percello Ltd, a privately held company that develops system-on-a-chip (SoC) solutions for femtocells. Femtocells are small, low...

DEK extends partnership with Maxim SMT

DEK, the world’s leading mass imaging specialist, has recently announced that it would continue to extend its valuable partnership with Maxim SMT in India to...

Digital STB sales to hit 226 million

According to ABI Research, the worldwide market for digital set top boxes (STB)—including hard-to-track free-to-air (FTA) satellite boxes will grow from 205 million in number...

Mobile operators should get approval from MoEF for towers

The Ministry of Telecommunications has proposed that cellphone operators will soon have to seek sanction from the Wildlife Division under the Ministry of Environment and...

AEG Power plans solar projects in India

AEG Power Solutions, the European power electronics company, has partnered with Electrotherm (the Indian solar developer) to install 100 MW of solar PV projects around...

Kyocera solar module first to clear TUV test

Kyocera Corporation’s 210 watt solar module (comprising 54 multi crystalline silicon PV cells) is the first in the world to have cleared ‘long term sequential...

Moser Baer gets grant from MNRE

MNRE has given a grant to Moser Baer India (MBI) to engage in R&D activities involving copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS) solar cells. MBI will...

Uncertainty over funding for solar projects

India’s ambitious Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM), which envisages investments of about Rs 3000 billion by 2022, has been in serious jeopardy following bankers’...

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