Author: Bhoomika Singh

Britishvolt Finalises Site For Britain’s First Battery Gigaplant

Britishvolt, which had signed an MOU for the country’s first Gigaplant sometime back, has finally identified a site at Blyth, Northumberland for the plant.  With an investment of 2.6 billion Euros, construction is expected to start in the second quarter of 2021. The massive plant is seen as vital to supporting the UK’s push for […]

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Seraphim to Set Up 750 MW Module Production Factory in Vietnam

Solar products manufacturer Seraphim Solar has announced its investment in a 750 MW module assembly factory in Vietnam. The global supply capability of Vietnam’s enterprise resilience will get enhanced by using Seraphim’s 500W S3 series half-cell modules and 250W S4 series half-cell modules. Jun Zhuge, Executive Vice President of Seraphim, commented, “This factory is designed […]

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JinkoSolar Squeezes out Growth on Higher Shipments in Third Quarter of 2020

Chinese solar panel manufacturing major JinkoSolar has announced its third-quarter 2020 financial results on 7th December 2020. Financial Results: The company had total revenue of RMB 8.77 billion (USD 1.29 billion), an increase of 3.8% from RMB 8.45 billion and 17.2% from RMB7.48 billion from the second quarter of 2020 and the third quarter of […]

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Investment in Green Hydrogen to Exceed USD 1 Billion by 2023: IHS Markit

According to the Information Handling Service Markit (IHS), London, the Annual global investments in Green Hydrogen (hydrogen production powered by renewable sources) are now expected to exceed USD 1billion by 2023. IHS released news on 3rd December 2020 stating that the increased investment is possibly connected to the falling costs and policy support from governments, […]

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Q Cells Becomes First in Industry to receive TÜV Rheinland’s New Three-step Quality Control PV Certification

TÜV Rheinland provides testing and certification services to numerous Solar PV modules. Lately, this week TÜV has come up with a new Three-step Quality Control PV Certification Program. Hanwha Q Cells became the first renowned Solar PV manufacturer to achieve this certification from TÜV Rheinland on December 1, 2020. To flourish in the solar energy […]

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Railways Should use Sections of its Extensive Network for Transmission Infrastructure: IEEFA

The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) in its latest report has shown how by facilitating electricity transmission routes, the Indian Railways could fast-track the energy transition. The report, Indian Railways at the Junction, suggests that transporting coal to generators is less efficient and increasingly less competitive than moving actual electricity via cables. […]

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Bengaluru’s Three Wheels United Enters Third Derivative’s Inaugural Cohort

A Bengaluru based, Three Wheels United (TWU) has announced their selection in the Third Derivative’s inaugural cohort of climate innovation startups, in a press release on 2nd December 2020. TWU a tech-enabled financier of light electric vehicles is one of the 50 climate innovation startups, selected from more than 600 applicants across 60+ countries. Founded […]

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EU Set To Achieve 2 of its 3 Climate And Energy Targets For 2020

A report of the European Environment Agency published on Monday, 30th November 2020, reported an aggregated progress of the EU towards meeting two of its three 2020 climate and energy targets. The 2020 package is a set of laws passed in 2007 and enacted in legislation in 2009 to ensure the EU meets its climate […]

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