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Solar Steps: Walking the ‘Green Talk’

At a time when there is a need to bring sustainable power into Goa for a more sustainable, environmentally-healthier and safer future, Sun360, a solar solutions company, has designed a special solar power system that has helped to make Sundowner, a small local eco-resort, entirely sustainable and self-sufficient, in terms of power generation.

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Policies of govt good, but yet to come full circle

The State government has been in power for a year and it has been trying to provide a boost to the system to attract investments and generate growth. Ajit John spoke to people to understand what was happening on the various plans proposed by the government.

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Lighting up lives

Back as a teacher and now as a solar energy entrepreneur, Sarojini Sousa’s life has been all about spreading light and happiness, find MEENAL BALE.

Holding a Bachelors degree in French and Portuguese and a Masters degree in French, Sarojini Sousa had plenty of opportunities, back in the 1990s, for a promising career in languages. But she took up education, because she believed that children could have a positive influence on her life and it would be more gratifying to be able to mould their lives in return. “When you learn for their sake and they learn because you are teaching them, it is the best feeling. It is their simplicity, their curiosity and the yearning to learn that kept me motivated and I am still rooted to the ground” says Sarojini Sousa, co-founder at Sun360.

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Solar Punch

Sun360 offers customised solar solutions and off-the-shelf solar products to a power starved state of Goa. Industries have realised that solar power saves energy bills. Those who own hotels and resorts are too happy to cut costs by replacing the lighting systems with solar and LEDs.

Sun360 helps in generating 30 per cent capital subsidy or 2-5 per cent soft loan provided by the Indian Renewable Energy Development.

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For success in solar energy usage, net metering is the key

With each new house built, the pressure on electricity department rises as the demand for power goes up. Subsequently, the tariff also goes up. People in Goa have gradually started to find solace in installing solar plants and panels on their roof tops to cut down on their bills and at the same time reduce their carbon foot print. VIKANT SAHAY dwells into this issue and finds out how the ecosystem is changing and what are the areas in which, the State government can give a bigger thought.

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Boss Mam's

They manage homes and double up not just as wealth creators but entrepreneurs of opportunity. On International Women’s day VIKANT SAHAY met a group of eminent ladies at the Indian Women Network, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in Goa, who are leaving their inspiring imprint in the Goa corporate and business scene.

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Sun360 offers customised solar solutions and off-the-shelf solar products to a power starved state of Goa. Industries have realised that solar power saves energy bills. Those who own hotels and resorts are too happy to cut costs by replacing the lighting systems with solar and LEDs.

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They manage homes and double up not just as wealth creators but entrepreneurs of opportunity. On International Women’s day VIKANT SAHAY met a group of eminent ladies at the Indian Women Network, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in Goa, who are leaving their inspiring imprint in the Goa corporate and business scene.

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Back as a teacher and now as a solar energy entrepreneur, Sarojini Sousa’s life has been all about spreading light and happiness, find MEENAL BALE.

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The State government has been in power for a year and it has been trying to provide a boost to the system to attract investments and generate growth. Ajit John spoke to people to understand what was happening on the various plans proposed by the government.

Read Full Chat Policies of govt good, but yet to come full circle

With each new house built, the pressure on electricity department rises as the demand for power goes up. Subsequently, the tariff also goes up. People in Goa have gradually started to find solace in installing solar plants and panels on their roof tops to cut down on their bills and at the same time reduce their carbon foot print. VIKANT SAHAY dwells into this issue and finds out how the ecosystem is changing and what are the areas in which, the State government can give a bigger thought.

Read Full Chat For success in solar energy usage, net metering is the key
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