Before corona and After Corona – What will change

As world eases in to 6th month of Corona pandemic, we are going to witness a future which we would have never imagined. None of us in our childhood would have had any inkling of such a disaster on humanity. We are still definitely not out of woods. We don’t know whether the pandemic has peaked or not. But the times to come are going to be really challenging. Development of vaccine is still long way off. A few of the countries have reported success but translating them in to a ready to use vaccine is still a 6 months’ job, that too with high level of optimism. Life before and after Corona is going to be entirely different

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How to make best use of Self-Quarantine and Self-Isolation

Covid-19 has hit the world hard. In our times, virus strains are getting deadlier day by day. Scientists world over are working day and night to isolate this virus and come out with vaccine. But as I write in Mar 19, we have not yet been able to get the vaccine developed. We need to gear up for the challenges which such kind of human to human infections bring about. As I am penning this post, self quarantine for 14 days appears to be the only possible way to stem the tide and break the chain of viral infections. World has taken a bit extra time to understand the threats posed by Corona Virus but we are now up to it and nations all over the world are taking the steps to control this, WHO declared pandemic.

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Minimalism Tips for Decluttering Inbox

We are all heavily in to Emailing and stuff like that. Most of us have multiple email accounts. We get numerous emails on daily basis and sifting through these emails become a problem. The thought of decluttering inbox might have come to our minds more than often but due to our ever busy schedules we might not have progressed beyond the first few steps.

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Why DISCOMs Cap Net Metering for Solar Rooftop Systems at 1 MW

Solar rooftop systems are dependent to a large extent on the state net metering regulations. Most of the states cap the net metering connections at 1 MW. Though there has been a major push for solar installations but the Solar Rooftop segment has not grown the way the ground mounted solar installations have in past 5 years.

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Importance of Module Mounting Structure in a Solar Rooftop System

With the beginning of slow but gradual phasing out of Fossil Fuels from our energy ecosystem, the Renewable Energy sources in a short span of time have gained tremendous popularity. Solar PV plants as distributed energy sources have changed the way people used to think about the power generation. Solar PV as ground mounted system have largely come up in rural or remote areas where land prices are higher. But the Solar Rooftop system has steadily gained popularity in urban areas as no or little investment on land purchase/lease is required.

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Solar Tracker Systems – Boon or Bane

Solar trackers are deployed to orient the solar panels towards the sun. These devices change their positions many times in a day to take the sun rays head on. The primary objective of Solar Trackers is to improve efficiency by minimizing angle of incidence between sun rays and solar photo voltaic panels. Solar trackers are either single axis or dual axes types, depending upon their movement.

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How to be a Tech Minimalist

A Minimalist doesn’t have to shun everything in the life. One has to only get rid of life’s excess and start focusing on what is important. That is contentment, freedom and happiness. A Tech Minimalist is one who employs technology to lead a life which one find really fulfilling.

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