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To Meet AgriPV Capacity Of 20 GW In India By 2040, 1.1 Lakh Jobs To Be Created-Report

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India’s potential for Agri-Photovoltaic (APV) varies significantly across districts, ranging from 3,156 GW to 13,803 GW for various APV technologies according to recent report. In a report by the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems, EY, and CSTEP they projected APV capacity from 2024 to 2040, to achieve a cumulative addition of 20 GW and […]

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IGEF, NSEFI Study Shares Best Practices On Agrivoltaics Adoption In India

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A recent report on ‘Best Practices on Agrivoltaics‘, particularly focusing on India, was shared by Solar Power Europe in collaboration with the Indo-German Energy Forum (IGEF) and the National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI). It emphasizes the successful adoption of Agrivoltaics in states like Mizoram, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and West Bengal, showcasing […]

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US Makers Face Challenges From Cheap Chinese Solar Products: Report

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A recent report by SEMA collation on the state of US PV solar manufacturing discussed the importance of developing a domestic solar manufacturing supply chain in the United States. The report discussed the steps required to reduce dependency on foreign sources, particularly China, and to strengthen the country’s position in clean energy. The report shared […]

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European Solar PPA Market Witnesses 65% Increase From 2022: Pexapark

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A recent report by Pexapark on European market outlook found the European PPA market recorded a 65% Increase in solar PAA from 2022, due to stabilising environment in deal-making, over the past twelve months.  Pexapark in its report mentioned, “Our PPA Tracker recorded a 16.2GW of disclosed contracted volumes – an increase of more than […]

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New Building Regulation Code Reduces Heat Pumps Emission By 25%: IEA Study

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International Energy Agency (IEA) report on, “The Evolution of Energy Efficiency Policy to Support Clean Energy Transitions” outlines the changing energy system and shows why traditional energy efficiency policies must evolve, globally, to ensure clean energy transitions. In response to the evolving energy landscape, the IEA analysis focuses on leveraging existing policy foundations. For instance, […]

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Battery Usage In Transport, Power Can Abate 60% Energy Needs: Report

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A recent report by Rock Mountain Institute (RMI) found that increase usage of battery in transportation can reduce fossil fuel requirements up to half. The report found, “Demand is growing on an S-curve. Battery sales have been doubling every two to three years, and we are on track for a six to eight times increase […]

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E-Fuel Blending In EVs Can Reduce Fossil Fuel Dependence By 2028: IEA Estimates

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A recent report by International Energy Agency (IEA) found that a combination of electric vehicles (EVs) and biofuels is anticipated to significantly reduce global oil demand. It’s estimated to offset 4 million barrels of oil-equivalent per day by 2028, constituting over 7% of the predicted oil demand for transportation. The IEA report on E-fuel mentioned, […]

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E-Fuel Hybridization With Solar Can Improve Energy Production: IEA

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A latest report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) on, “Role of E-Fuel in Decarbonizing Transport”, studied the role of hybridization of E-Fuel with wind and solar as a solution in reducing carbon dioxide (CO₂) emission.  The report stated, “E-Fuel have emerged as an alternative in situations where, the usage wind and solar resources is […]

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Green Energy, EVs To Drive India’s GDP Growth, Estimates EY Report

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Ernest and Young (EY), in its latest report, said that the green energy industries and electric vehicles could prove to be triggering factors, driving India’s total GDP growth by 2047-48. The report states that this can also pave the way for India’s transition to a developed economy with a rise in the per capita income.  The […]

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