CO2 Emissions

Vedanta backed Serentica Renewables, Greenko Group In1500 MWhr Industrial Storage Deal

Vedanta resources backed Serentica Renewables, a decarbonization platform that seeks to accelerate the energy transition for energy-intensive industries, has entered into an agreement with Greenko Group, to source 1500MWhr energy storage capacity through Greenko’s pumped storage projects located in India. As part of this partnership, Serentica will capitalise on Greenko’s energy storage capacity from its […]

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At COP27, UAE And Egypt Agree to Build One of the Largest Wind Farms

An agreement to build one of the largest onshore wind projects in the world in Egypt was signed recently in the presence of the Presidents of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Egypt, according to a formal statement. As per the statement, the agreement was signed by Masdar, a company that develops renewable energy in […]

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Li-Battery Revolution is Key to India’s Fast-Paced EV Adoption

Founded by its MD, A K Shukla, Sanvaru Technology is a leading manufacturer that specializes in providing innovative and customized Lithium-Ion Battery Storage solutions (BESS). Under the leadership of A K Shukla, who is a seasoned electronics and instrumentation engineer with over 30 years of diverse industrial experience, the organisation has grown from strength to […]

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JSW Steel Pledges Rs 10,000 cr For Renewable Energy Investments

JSW Group Chairman Sajjan Jindal has made a strong pitch for going green in it’s 2021-22 annual report. With an aim to reduce the carbon footprint of its operations and reduce dependence on coal based power, Jindal said that the company will be investing Rs 10,000 crore to increase it’s use of renewable energy. The […]

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Ciel & Terre India Stepped Up For 73.4 MWp Kayumkulam Floating Solar

Ciel & Terre India, the subsidiary of French floating solar pioneer Ciel & Terre International, has executed the installation and completion of a 73.4 MWp floating solar plant at National Thermal Power Corporation, Kayamkulam, Kerala. For the firm, the project was a significant milestone, as it delivered it’s made in India floats in record time […]

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540 MW Boralex Solar Farms & 77 MW of Storage To Add To New York Renewable Power

Quebec, Canada based Boralex Inc. has announced five solar farms totaling 540 MW of generation and 77 MW of storage have been selected by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) as part of its 2021 request for utility-scale renewable energy certificates. Once constructed, the solar farms will generate more than 1 […]

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Germany’s Evonik Turns Flare Gas From Emissions into Energy Source

Germany-based specialty chemicals company Evonik Industries has announced its support for cutting CO2 emissions by turning flare gas into a valuable energy source with membranes. By offering its PuraMem® VOC membrane separation technology for flare gas recovery, Evonik seeks to reduce the energy industry’s CO2 emissions and support the World Bank’s “Zero Routine Flaring by […]

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Global Electricity Demand Growing Faster than Renewables: IEA Report

Renewables are expanding quickly but not enough to satisfy a strong rebound in global electricity demand this year, resulting in a sharp rise in the use of coal power that risks pushing carbon dioxide emissions from the electricity sector to record levels next year, says a new report from the International Energy Agency. After falling […]

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BASF & RWE to Build a 2GW Offshore Wind & H2 Project in Ludwigshafen

German chemicals giant BASF and energy company RWE presented a project idea on Friday to build an additional offshore wind farm with a capacity of 2 GW to provide the Ludwigshafen chemical site with green electricity and enable CO2-free production of hydrogen. The aim is to electrify the production processes for basic chemicals, which are […]

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