Ohmium And Spirare Energy Collaborate With NTPC NETRA For Green Hydrogen Project

Ohmium International Inc., a green hydrogen company that designs, manufactures, and deploys PEM Electrolyzers, is collaborating with Spirare Energy, a leading provider of on-site energy generation systems, to generate green hydrogen at the NTPC NETRA Campus. Spirare Energy will manage the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) of the project while Ohmium will provide the hydrogen […]

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MSEDCL Issues RfS For Purchase Of Power For Solar Power Projects

Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL) has issued an RfS for the purchase of power on long term basis through competitive bidding process for 500 MW inter/intra state grid connected solar photovoltaic power projects. The timeline for the online submission of response to RfS is August 30, 2022 at 15.00 hrs. All documents are […]

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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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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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US scientists discover way to improve battery efficiency for grid, transportation

Battery-powered vehicles have made a significant dent in the transportation market. But that market still needs lower cost batteries that can power vehicles for greater ranges. Also desirable are low-cost batteries able to store on the grid the intermittent clean energy from solar and wind technologies and power hundreds of thousands of homes. To meet […]

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CERC Sets Stage For Large Batteries With Draft Ancillary Services Regulations

The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has drafted the Ancillary Services Regulations, 2021, whose express purpose is to ensure reliability, safety and security of the grid. Ancillary Services in relation to power system operation, the document explains, means the service necessary to support the grid operation in maintaining power quality, reliability and security of the […]

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POWERGRID Takes Remaining 74% Stake in Jaypee Powergrid Limited JV

POWERGRID has signed an agreement with JPVL to acquire 74% stake in Jaypee Powergrid Limited-JV in which POWERGRID already holds 26% equity. Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (POWERGRID), a Maharatna PSE under the Ministry of Power, Government of  India has announced that it has signed a Share Purchase Agreement with Jaiprakash Power Ventures Limited […]

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Proposed Delicensing of Discoms Gets Mixed Reaction in WB

The proposed move by the Centre on delicensing power distribution business to induce competition has evoked mixed reaction. A discom official said it will impact the small consumers adversely and benefit the bulk users. Former West Bengal State Electricity Regulatory Commission chairman R N Sen on the other hand welcomed the reform mooted by the Centre in Electricity Bill (Amendment), 2021 […]

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AIPEF Continues to Rally Against Electricity Bill, Urges CMs to Seek More Time for Comments

AIPEF has urged CMs to seek more time from the government for the submission of comments on the draft Electricity (Amendment) Bill 2021. The All India Power Engineers Federation (AIPEF) has urged chief ministers (CMs) to seek more time from the central government for the submission of comments on the draft Electricity (Amendment) Bill 2021.  “AIPEF has […]

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