Author: Ayush Verma

Growth in Renewable Energy Investment Slowing Due to Grid Limitations: IEEFA

An investment of US$ 60-80 billion will be needed in the next five years to keep pace with growing generation capacity. A brief report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, authored by Tim Buckley and Kashish Shah has revealed that India’s grid transmission infrastructure needs urgent modernisation to not limit the growth […]

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EESL Roundtable For Enabling an Ecosystem For Trigeneration in India

Trigeneration enhances operating efficiency of an industrial application by at least 60 percent, saving industries and institutions about 30-40 percent in operating energy costs and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by up to 30 percent. The Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), a joint venture of four National Public Sector Enterprises under Ministry of Power, hosted a […]

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Sodium Ion Battery Research to Power Up RE Storage

Longer life and increased capacity for a new technology battery that could be the workhorse of a renewable energy grid. A team of researchers from the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), led by Dr. George Nelson, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering is studying the effect of charging cycles on the structure of […]

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Porsche Builds First Zero Impact Factory for Electric Vehicles

Porsche says that the facade of its new factory that will build the Taycan, its first all-electric vehicle, is coated with a material able to absorb nitrogen dioxide – a pollutant diesel cars were actually emitting. German automobile major, Porsche, which specialises in high-performance sports cars, SUVs and sedans, says that it is building a […]

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Growatt Donates Inverter to Indore Cancer Foundation

Growatt has been committed to corporate social responsibility ever since its foundation.  Growatt, a global leader in inverter technology, has donated its inverter, the 20KTL3-S for the rooftop solar plant at the Indore Cancer Foundation Charitable Trust (ICF), a not-for-profit charitable organisation in central India. To reduce carbon footprint and power its facilities with clean […]

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Boosting the Stability of Low-Cost, Large-Area Solar Modules

The study supports prior evidence that a commonly used material in PSCs, called titanium dioxide, degrades the devices and limits their lifetime. Scientists at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) have resolved a fundamental weakness in a promising solar technology known as Perovskite Solar Cells, or PSCs. According to their research results, […]

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GE to Digitize Tata Power’s Renewable and Thermal Fleet in India

This is the first implementation of GE’s Predix Asset Performance Management (APM) solutions in India, will be the backbone of Tata Power’s Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) digitisation strategy. General Electric (GE), an American Multinational Conglomerate has announced that it will implement the first Predix Asset Performance Management (APM) solution in India for Tata Power’s thermal […]

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HERC Approves PPA for 23 MW of Solar Projects in Haryana

The commission has approved the PPA of solar projects totaling 23 MW, which the HPPC had signed with four solar project developers. The Haryana Electricity Regulatory Commission (HERC) has issued an order approving the power purchase agreements (PPAs) of solar projects after a common petition was filed by Haryana Power Purchase Centre (HPPC) and the […]

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Expanding the Capacity of Solar Cells with Mesoporous Nickel

This new material can be used in many energy-saving applications. Scientists of the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU), together with Russian and foreign colleagues, have developed samples of nickel mesoporous film structures, which have a useful surface area up to 400 times greater than their solid analogue. This new material can be used in many […]

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