Author: Saur News Bureau

New Material Pushes Sodium-Ion Batteries To Phase Out Costly Lithium

The researchers from Skoltech and Lomonosov Moscow State University have developed a material for sodium-ion batteries which offer an alternative to the increasingly expensive lithium-ion tech. In an official statement, the University said that the new material is a powder of sodium-vanadium phosphate fluoride with a particular crystal structure. It’s used in the battery cathode […]

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BASF To Supply Clean Energy To Over 20 Sites Across USA

Leading US chemical player BASF has revealed that it has entered into a virtual power purchase agreements (VPPAs) for wind and solar power totaling 250 megawatts (MW) for the supply of clean energy to its sits in USA. They are designed to offset the carbon-intensive grid-supplied electricity being used at more than 20 of BASF’s […]

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Adani Green Earnings Call Q1 FY23: Operational Capacity Growth Up To 5800 MW

Kev revelations were made during the Q1 FY23 earnings call of the green arm of Adani Enterprises, Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL). Here is a look at them-  Capacity Growth On An Upward Trend The operational capacity growth on YoY basis has shot up by 65% to 5800 MW. This growth has been attributed to […]

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Spain Announces 4th Round Of RE Auction For 1.8GW Of Solar Capacity

Spain has scheduled its fourth renewable energy auction round for November 22. The sale will feature 1.8GW of solar capacity to hasten the country’s power system’s decarbonization. Nearly 3GW of solar capacity was won in the first two previous auctions for solar and wind energy, held in 2021. The Ministry of Ecological Transition (MITECO) has […]

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Australia Steps Up New Initiatives Towards Net Zero By 2050

In a significant break from the previous administration, the Australian federal government has proposed legislation that will secure Australia’s pledge to reach net zero by 2050 as well as provide greater monitoring and accountability over climate change progress. The Climate Change Bill 2022, as it is known, consists of four essential provisions that the MPs […]

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MSEDCL Invites Expression Of Interest For 298 MW Solar Power Supply

Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL) has invited an Expression of Interest (EoI) for the procurement of a cumulative 298 MW of solar power from de-centralised solar projects. All these solar projects should be a minimum capacity of 0.5 MW and a maximum capacity of 2 MW under component-A of the PM-KUSUM scheme to […]

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Neoen Signs PPA With Flow Power For Wind Farm In Australia

World’s major renewable energy player Neoen has announced that it has signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with electricity retailer Flow Power for 40 MW of energy from its Goyder South Stage 1 wind farm in South Australia. Neoen held that Goyder South Stage 1 is the first stage of Neoen’s flagship project known as […]

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IEX Power Market Update July 2022: 13% YoY Decline For Green Market

As per its market update for July 2022  released by Indian Energy Exchange (IEX), it has achieved 7151 MU volume in July 2022 comprising 6088 MU in the conventional power market, with 589 MU in the Green Power Market, and 475 MU (4.75 lac Certificates) in the REC Market. India’s premier energy exchange has recorded […]

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US Community Solar Sector Market Forecast To Grow By 2027: Wood Mackenzie

Wood Mackenzie has revealed in its new research that the American community solar market will continue to grow over the next five years, with at least 7 GWdc of community solar expected to come online between 2022-2027. The research by Wood Mackenzie in collaboration with the Coalition for Community Solar Access (CCSA), has said that […]

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