Why Battery Makers In EU Are Shifting Their Base To The US?

Several European Union (EU) battery manufacturing companies are now shifting their interests to the United States (US). Better tax credits benefits and pro-renewable policies of the western country seem to have attracted several of them to look towards the US for better returns. A recent report by a global energy think tank Rystad Energy indicated […]

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Exempt 100% Of ISTS Charges For RE Power Till 2030: IEEFA

The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) and JMK Research and Analytics have prepared and shared a list of key recommendations that the new Union government post-elections should take up in the first 100-days to reach the renewable energy targets up to 2030. As per the Indian government’s own target it wants to […]

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India Overtakes Japan To Become World’s 3rd Largest Solar Power Generator

India’s growth in solar generation in 2023 pushed the country past Japan to become the world’s third-largest solar power generator, according to a report by global energy think tank Ember. It has climbed from ranking ninth in 2015. The Global Electricity Review provides the first comprehensive overview of the global power system in 2023 based […]

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Rooftop Solar Can Aid In Mitigating 16% Building Emissions: CSTEP Study

A recent report published by CSTEP (Center for Study of Science, Technology, and Policy) said that rooftop solar deployment alone could mitigate 16 percent of building emissions in India. The findings came to the fore in the report of the Bangalore-based think tank’s study to develop net-zero pathways for India’s buildings sector by 2070, using […]

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India’s Subsidies For Fossil Fuels 5 Times Higher Than For Clean Energy: IISD

The 2022 global energy crisis and India’s growing energy demand have led the country to adopt a hybrid approach, expanding all forms of supply in 2023. This approach has pushed India’s total energy subsidies to a 9-year high of INR 3.2 lakh crore (USD 39.3 billion) for the fiscal year ending 2023 (FY 2023), new […]

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West Bengal Can Save Rs 62,000cr By Roping In Renewables: Report  

A report by think tank Climate Risk Horizons (CRH) suggests that West Bengal can save thousands of crores in the coming decade by moving away from coal and towards clean energy. The savings accrue through a combination of measures such as the retirement of older, more expensive coal power plants; diverting investment planned for new […]

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Incheon, Harvard Researchers Improve Fuel Cell Durability With Innovation

Scientists from the Incheon University in South Korea and Harvard University have developed a fatigue-resistant electrolyte membrane with an interpenetrating polymer network, which prolongs the lifespan of fuel cells. In hydrogen fuel cells, electrolyte membranes frequently undergo deformation and develop cracks during operation. The research team from these universities has recently introduced a fatigue-resistant polymer […]

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Rajasthan Biggest Beneficiary Of Renewable Energy Lending: Report 

A latest report by Climate Trends and the Centre for Financial Accountability (CFA) on the financing of coal and renewable projects claimed that Rajasthan remained the largest beneficiary of renewable energy lending in the country. The study assessed 68 project finance loans across 11 coal and renewable energy projects in India that reached financial closure […]

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Solar Became Cheapest Fuel Source For Newly-Built Power Systems: EY

The latest report by Ernst and Young (EY) claimed that solar energy emerged as the cheapest fuel source for newly built power systems globally, fueling a faster energy transition. The report said that despite the challenges like inflation and price rises, solar power seemed to be the leader. It claimed that with its lowest Levelized Cost […]

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