Author: Shitanshu Shukla

Andhra Pradesh And Adani Green Sign 60,000 Cr MoU

Andhra Pradesh and Adani Green Energy signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on May 23 to set up two mega green energy projects at an estimated cost of Rs 60,000 crore in the State. Besides establishing a 3,700 MV hydro storage project, the renewable energy company will also set up a 10,000 MW Solar Power […]

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GoodLeap Securitizes $467 Million Residential Solar Loan

Leading American Solar loan provider GoodLeap (formerly Loanpal), announced on May 23 the closure of GoodLeap Sustainable Home Solutions Trust 2022-2 following the securitisation of residential solar loans worth $467 million to approximately 11,000 homeowners. Originated on the GoodLeap platform, the securitization was underwritten by Credit Suisse and Goldman Sachs. Tanguy Serra, GoodLeap’s President and […]

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UN Secy Gen Calls Renewable Energy A Lifeline To World

UN Secretary-General António Guterres raised an alarm on May 18 that while time is running out to prevent the worst impacts of the climate crisis, there is a ‘lifeline’ of renewable energy right in front of us. A video message by UN Secretary General said, “We must end fossil fuel pollution and accelerate the renewable […]

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CERC Allows Petition Of Karur Transmission Ltd

The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) allowed on May 17 the petition of Karur Transmission Ltd that the transmission charges for the project should be adopted because it was selected through a competitive bidding process. Karur Transmission Ltd had moved the CERC to examine whether the process as per provisions of the guidelines has been […]

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UK Carbon Capture Firm Storegga Raises £51.3m Funding

UK cleantech and renewable energy firms continue to get foreign capital every day. UK carbon capture firm Storegga has announced a £51.3m funding boost on May 17 from a host of international backers, a report mentioned adding further that UK firms enjoyed the confidence of international investors counting on it to drive the transition to […]

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Patents for Green Hydrogen Technology Increased Every Year By 18%

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the European Patent Office (EPO) published on May 12 a joint study about the trends and dynamism in the field of hydrogen that can be produced using renewable electricity via electrolysis. Using the patent statistics, the innovation trends in electrolysers for hydrogen production show a consistent pattern that […]

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Rays Power Experts Opens Up 3000 MWp Solar Park For Developers In Rajasthan

The world’s largest solar park of 3000 MWp capacity is ready to welcome developers to establish  their projects in Rajasthan. Rays Experts, the park operator, stated in a statement published on Tuesday that the 9000-acre solar park will be built in Bikaner, Rajasthan. It has signed the necessary transmission agreements and obtained all approvals for […]

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New RE Capacity Will Touch 300 GW This Year, Solar To Dominate: IEA

A new report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts that new RE capacity across solar, wind and other sectors will collectively exceed 300 GW globally this year for the first time against 295 GW in 2021. A strong policy environment in China and the EU drove most of this expansion in PV this year. […]

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GAIL Contract To Build India’s largest PEM based Green Hydrogen Project

GAIL Limited has awarded a contract to set up one of the largest Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Electrolyser to produce 4.3 MT Hydrogen a day in India. In tandem with the National Hydrogen Mission, the renewable energy-powered project would be installed in Guna, Madhya Pradesh. So designed as to produce around 4.3 Metric Tons of […]

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