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Ireland’s IPP Power Capital RE Secures €240 Million for 1.2 GW of Solar Assets

Ireland’s leading solar Independent Power Producer, Power Capital Renewable Energy, has announced the closing of an up to EUR 240 million construction equity facility for the development of solar power projects. Power Capital held that the financial facility has been closed with a consortium of lenders managed by Eiffel Investment Group including Belgian insurance company Ethias […]

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Moxion Power’s Mission To Replace DG Sets With EV Batteries Backed By Amazon, Microsoft

Governments and investors all across the globe are investing in clean energy technologies, projects, and startups. Replacing dirty and inefficient diesel generators has also interested two of the world’s biggest tech giants. Amazon and Microsoft are investing in a clean energy startup called Moxion Power that aims to replace diesel generators with zero-emission electric batteries. […]

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Renewable Energy Major ReNew Power to Supply 150 MW Green Energy to Microsoft

Gurugram-based ReNew Power, that claims to be India’s leading renewable energy company, has signed a renewable energy agreement for 150 MW with Microsoft India. The official statement of ReNew Power mentions that it is one of the largest such deals in India. According to the agreement, ReNew will produce 150 MW of clean energy from […]

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The Firms Reliance Bet On For Storage and Cell Manufacturing

One of the largest private sector corporations in India and a multinational conglomerate, Reliance Industries Ltd. has shown a growing interest in the energy storage sector. Reliance New Energy Limited, a subsidiary firm, designated for its clean energy bentures has been busy – acquiring, signing agreements, or investing in firms. Be it Netherlands based LithiumWerks, […]

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The Top 5: Why Data Centres Are A Favourite To Shift To Renewable Energy

Whenever you use the internet, you’re connecting to one of the millions of servers distributed across hundreds of data centres located worldwide. Yes, these are the ‘cloud’ servers every digital user today is familiar with. While they are crucial for tech giants, people may not realise that these centres, with their extensive security requirements, and […]

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Google, Microsoft Sign New Pacts to Employ Renewables in Data Centres

IT conglomerates Google and Microsoft are increasingly opting for ways to decarbonise their businesses and help timely transition to green and clean energy. In a fresh development, both the companies have announced the signing of new agreements that will help them lower carbon footprint of their IT operations by the employment of renewable energy in […]

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Microsoft, Partners Launch Solar and Wind Energy Atlas – GRW

In a major development Microsoft, Planet Labs PBC and The Nature Conservancy have announced the plans to launch the Global Renewables Watch (GRW), a first-of-its-kind living atlas intended to map and measure all utility-scale solar and wind installations on Earth. Microsoft said that this will be done using artificial intelligence and satellite imagery that will […]

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Microsoft Announces Success Of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Trial At New York Datacenter

Microsoft has announced that it has found a cleaner alternative to the diesel-powered backup generators for its data centres: hydrogen fuel cells. The software giant wants to become a zero-emission entity by 2030. Microsoft has revealed that it has executed a hydrogen fuel cell trial successfully at its server farm campus in Latham, New York. […]

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Microsoft Datacenter Batteries To Support Growth Of Renewables On The Power Grid

Global software giant, Microsoft has announced that it will deploy its ‘grid-interactive UPS technology’ at the datacenter maintained by the company in Dublin, Ireland later in 2022. The objective is to demonstrate that these kinds of technologies can help decarbonize power grids across the world. Microsoft holds that the renewable energy from 400 wind farms […]

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