Author: Saur News Bureau

Ireland Counts On Battery Storage For Energy Transition

Ireland is going to capitalise on its expertise in operating an isolated grid by developing new battery technology. Minister for Climate and Energy Eamon Ryan has been quoted as saying, “Energy storage using a range of battery technologies will be a core part of Ireland’s new industrial revolution, while playing a key role in balancing […]

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Global trailblazers offer inclusive off-grid solutions

By Chhavi Sharma, International Programme Manager, Ashden The shortlists for the annual Ashden Awards highlight a new crop of grassroots renewable energy solutions – revealing key trends in the sector, and raising the profile of its breakout stars. The awards accelerate climate innovation creating fairer, better low-carbon world. The awards shortlists, announced earlier this month, […]

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Egypt allocates 5,200 sq km area for renewable energy development

Just after the government official in Egypt revealed that the country will be producing some 10,000 MW of renewable energy next year, the New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) has now said that 5,200 square kilometer (sqkm) were allocated to establish renewable energy projects at different locations. The areas being allocated are meant for investments […]

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Waaree Energies Receives NCLT’s Nod For Acquisition of Indosolar Ltd.

Waaree Energies Limited, a leading solar PV module manufacturer in India, has received formal approval from the National Company Law Tribunal, Delhi Bench (NCLT) on 21st April 2022 for the resolution plan submitted by it towards the acquisition of Indosolar Limited, a manufacturer of solar cells, under the corporate insolvency resolution process (CIRP) initiated by the lenders […]

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IKEA Geared Up To Enter Into US Residences With Solar

IKEA will deploy residential solar systems in the United States this fall competing with Tesla in the future. IKEA will partner with US residential energy service provider SunPower Corporation to launch the Home Solar programme, which will first be introduced in the centre of US residential solar energy, California, which accounts for 40% of the […]

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Tunisia to invite bids for 2,000 MW of renewable energy

In order to reduce its dependence on fossil fuel imports, reduce carbon footprints and heighten the use of clean energy, the Energy Minister of Tunisia, Naila Nouira has announced that Tunisia is planning to launch international tenders seeking bids to build 2,000 megawatts (MW) of renewable electric power capacity. The minister held that the efforts […]

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EU’s New Energy Plans Include Mandatory Solar Panels On New Buildings

The European Union has recently decided to rapidly end its reliance on Russian oil and gas by making it mandatory for all new buildings to have solar panels. A news report published last week quoted the European Commission as saying, “There is a double urgency to transform Europe’s energy system: ending the EU’s dependence on […]

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Google Has Invested $3.5 B In RE Projects, Will Invest More Worldwide

Google is going to pursue new technologies that advance the clean energy mission and run 24/7. It will invest in onsite green energy, battery storage, and micro grids, according to We Mean Business Coalition. Google has signed contracts to procure at least 3,000 megawatts across 26 projects and three continents investing $3.5 billion since 2007. […]

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TotalEnergies takes 50% stake in Clearway

Leading french energy player, TotalEnergies, has announced that it is acquiring a 50% stake in Clearway Energy Group (CEG) which is the 5th largest US renewable energy player. The deal is being done in association with Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP). This is the third largest acquisition in renewable energy in America which itself is one […]

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