Author: Chitrika Grover

Holtec Unveils Nuclear-Solar Hybrid Plant Design For Emission Reduction

A United States (US) based company Holtec International which is an equipment and systems supplier for the energy industry recently developed a combined nuclear/solar plant (CNSP) power plant design. It melds the benefits of nuclear (high energy density, non-polluting, base load) with those of solar (zero fuel cost, minor regulatory barriers). It claims to be […]

Read more

Hybrid Perovskite Solar Cells Achieve 26 Percent Efficiency: Researchers

The United States (US) based team led by Northwestern Chemistry and Northwestern Engineering researchers have recently developed a method that moves hybrid perovskite solar cells (PSCs) closer to industry adoption and widespread use.  The organic-inorganic hybrid (PSCs) solar cells have shown promise to produce renewable solar energy. In small samples, they have achieved a solar […]

Read more

Finnish New WaveRoller Technology Contributes To EU RE Capacity

Finnish enterprise AW-Energy has recently successfully developed a wave farm project that converts ocean wave energy to electricity through WaveRoller technology. The machine operates in near-shore areas (approximately 0.3-2 km from the shore) at depths of between 8 and 20 meters. The commission mentions about the waveroller technology, “Depending on tidal conditions, it’s mostly or […]

Read more

China To Hold 80% Wind Deployment In Asia-Pacific In Five Years: Report

A recent report by Wood Mackenzie on the renewable energy growth in Asia Pacific market stated, “Despite short-term hurdles such as cost inflation, construction delays and higher interest rates, the economics of offshore wind are improving strongly in the late 2020s. It’s supporting a strong future for the technology in Asia Pacific markets.” The Wood […]

Read more

Five Trends Which Can Shape Lithium-Ion Market In 2024

The lithium market is experiencing a period of transition as demand growth slows and the industry adjusts to changing dynamics, according to Wood Mackenzie’s ‘Lithium: Five things to watch in 2024’ report. It stated, “While lithium remains a crucial raw material for batteries, its growth rate is decelerating due to a maturing market, subdued electric […]

Read more

Hyundai, Iveco Collaborate To Supply Electric Commercial Vehicle To Europe

Hyundai Motor and Iveco Group recently signed a supply agreement for IVECO-badged all-electric light commercial vehicles. This agreement is undertaken to supply electric vehicle for Europe based on Hyundai’s Global e-LCV platform. Through this agreement, the new vehicle will join Iveco Group’s electric light commercial vehicle lineup, enhancing the group’s LCV portfolio alongside the IVECO […]

Read more

Singapore-Based Singtela Develops Green Energy Driven Data Centres

Singtela has launched an AI development initiative in Singapore and the region, partnering with global and local ecosystem partners in AI, renewable energy, sustainable technologies, and talent development. The company is expanding its regional data center business by building new, green, sustainable, and hyper-connected AI-ready data centers in markets beyond Singapore, such as Indonesia and […]

Read more

European EV Sales Increased To 16.3% From 12.9% YoY: EIA

A recent report by the US energy agency EIA found an increase in the sale of hybrid vehicles, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, and battery electric vehicles (BEV) in the United States. It rose to 16.3% of total new light-duty vehicle (LDV) sales in 2023, according to data from Wards Intelligence. In 2022, hybrid, plug-in hybrid, […]

Read more

NTPC, NRL Partner To Setup Green Energy Projects In North East

National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) limited has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL), a subsidiary of Oil India Ltd. NRL is engaged in the business of Refining and Marketing of petroleum products. The MoU covers partnership opportunities in the proposed bamboo-based bio-refinery at NTPC Bongaigaon and other green energy projects. […]

Read more