Renewable Energy Generation

Karnataka & Gujarat Lead in Clean Energy Transition; Odisha, Bihar, UP Laggards

A new study conducted in unison by IEEFA (Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis) and Ember to create the States’ Electricity Transition (SET) Scoring System. The report takes a look at 16 states in India. The report has analyses 16 Indian states that make up 90% of the country’s yearly power needs. The states […]

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Volkswagen’s EV Charging Firm Electrify America Launches New Project for EV Solar Charging

Volkswagen’s fast-charging public network firm Electrify America has announced the launch of “Solar Glow 1”, a cleantech project in the Golden State of California. The 75 MW solar power project to be established in San Bernardino County, California will produce 225,000 MWh of clean electricity annually. For the project that looks at charging electric vehicles […]

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Guwahati Signs INR 2000 Cr MoU for 250 MW/500 MWh Battery Energy Storage System

ONGC Tripura Company Ltd and Assam Power Distribution Company Ltd have joined forces for the development of a Battery Energy Storage System Project of 250 MW / 500 MWh capacity in Guwahati. Valued at INR 2000 Cr, the project will be executed in a phased manner. The agreement was signed in the presence of Nandita […]

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Columbia Center Report on Renewables Investment To Developing Countries

Two new reports on the factors that encourage and obstruct investment in renewable energy in developing nations were just released by the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment (CCSI). In the first report, “Scaling Investment in Renewable Energy Generation to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals 7 (Affordable and Clean Energy) and 13 (Climate Action) and the Paris […]

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Hype powers the green hydrogen journey for now

With not even a week since the National Green Hydrogen Policy (Phase1) was announced, you could be forgiven for thinking that the revolution is here. The key points of the policy are: Green Hydrogen / Ammonia manufacturers may purchase renewable power from the power exchange or set up renewable energy capacity themselves or through any […]

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After Capacity Battle, Shifting Renewables’ Focus to Generation Key, Says REN21

Even though renewables added 83% of new power capacity in 2020, their share in global electricity generation increased by only 2.7%, shows a new report by REN21, a think tank and a multi stakeholder governance group focused on renewable energy policy. The Renewables 2021 Global Status Report finds that despite the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, renewable […]

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Grid Management – Re-Balancing Power Generation

Power sector in India has witnessed tremendous growth in its energy demand, generation capacity, transmission and distribution networks. Renewable energy generation in India has been steadily on rise. With 175GW target of clean energy, it became necessary to have a grid that was highly adaptive (in terms of supply and demand). A good electric supply […]

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