sustainable energy

“International Initiatives Such As CBAM And Carbon Trading Will Support RE Adoption”, Akshay Hiranandani, Serentica Renewables

Has Serentica’s launch plan changed since its inception, or is it following the original plan to achieve the fastest renewable expansion? Can you provide the current status of the firm’s plans, including specific timelines for capacity additions? Serentica remains committed to industrial decarbonization and providing 24/7 green power for hard-to-abate industries. Our current focus centers […]

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For India’s Renewable Energy Projects: A Creditworthiness Assessment Framework

India has set itself an ambitious target of meeting 50% of its energy requirement from renewable sources by 2030. To help power India’s sustainable energy vision, Renewable Energy (RE) projects must be sustainable by themselves which can only be attained through robust credit worthiness assessments in the RE sector. A reliable framework is essential to […]

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The Future of Solar Fabrication: Emerging Trends to Watch

As the world grapples with the consequences of climate change and transitions to cleaner and more sustainable energy sources, solar energy remains as a bright beacon of hope in the renewable energy landscape. Solar power accounts for 4.5% of the world’s electricity and is the third largest renewable electricity technology, behind hydropower and wind. However, the future […]

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Clients Willing To Pay A Premium For Green Data Centres- Moiz Vaswadawala, NTT

Moiz Vaswadawala, Vice President, Risk management and Sustainability at NTT Global Data Centers & Cloud Infrastructure India Pvt Ltd, the leading data center provider in India currently, talks about the push towards greener, more sustainable data centres. Excerpts from the interview: What is a data centre’s total energy footprint like, in terms of power, water, […]

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Italian Energy Firm Edison Mulls EUR 5 Billion Investment in Renewables

The renewable energy firm of Italy – Edison – has announced that it will be investing EUR 5 billion in the renewable energy sector. The objective of Edison is to raise its installed renewable capacity by the end of this decade to 6 GW. Edison is owned by French renewable major EDF and it has […]

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JinkoSolar to Supply 522 MW of Modules for Brazil’s Solar Project

JinkoSolar Holding Co. Ltd., among the largest and most innovative solar module manufacturers in the world, has revealed that its principal operating subsidiary, Jinko Solar Co., Ltd. (“Jiangxi Jinko”) will supply nearly 522 MW of Tiger Neo 78 cell modules for Phase l of the Santa Luzia Complex Project (the “Project”) in Paraíba State, Brazil. […]

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Microgrid to Attract Multibillion Investments By 2031: Guidehouse Insights

A new report from Guidehouse Insights has said that Asia Pacific and Middle East and Africa currently lead the energy access microgrids market and are expected to continue leading the energy access across microgrids market through 2031. Revenue from microgrid investments in Asia Pacific will likely reach $7.7 billion by 2031, and microgrid revenue in […]

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Masdar, Infinity Joint Venture Powers COP 27 with Green Energy

There couldn’t have been a better occasion and a symbol for Masdar than to offer green energy coming from renewable sources for COP-27 under UNFCCC. A joint venture between UAE’s flagship RE company and Egypt’s Infinity called – Infinity Power Holding – announced that the solar PV plant it has developed in Sharm El-Sheikh is […]

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Vestas Partners with LM Wind Power for V172-7.2 MW Wind Turbine Blades

Danish manufacturer, seller, installer, and servicer of wind turbines, Vestas has announced that it has signed an agreement with LM Wind Power – a leading manufacturer of wind turbine blades in Denmark – to develop the wind energy supply chain and scale renewables efficiently for the global energy transition. Within the agreement includes designing and […]

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