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India’s Renewable Energy Capacity To Reach 54% By 2047: NREL

A recent report by the United States (US)-based organization National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) anticipated an increase in the share of renewable energy (RE) generation from wind and solar in India to reach 54 percent by 2047. The NREL report evaluated, “In the base scenario, investments in battery storage are economic in 2030 is expected […]

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Rystad Energy Forecasts Solar, Wind Markets To Add More Than 900 Tw-Hr In 2024

Rystad Energy, a research company recently shared some key aspects that can shape the energy sector in 2024.  Renewable energy capacity expanded rapidly, keeping up with global power demand growth for the first time. It forecasted in 2023, “Solar PV needed to grow by 220 gigawatts (GW) in 2023 to track the 1.6 DG scenario […]

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E-Fuel Hybridization With Solar Can Improve Energy Production: IEA

A latest report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) on, “Role of E-Fuel in Decarbonizing Transport”, studied the role of hybridization of E-Fuel with wind and solar as a solution in reducing carbon dioxide (CO₂) emission.  The report stated, “E-Fuel have emerged as an alternative in situations where, the usage wind and solar resources is […]

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Karnataka Plans To Boost Solar Energy In Buildings, Unveils Action Plan

Karnataka has now planned to boost the usage of solar energy in its buildings. It has also planned to boost green buildings in the state. The state recently unveiled its ‘State Energy Efficiency Action Plan,’ outlining a strategic shift from conventional to solar-led electrification of buildings.  The plan emphasizes the importance of BEE (Bureau of […]

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First Floating Solar Project of Duke Energy Kicks Off in Florida

The first floating solar project in Florida by clean energy firm Duke Energy is now operational and producing  renewable energy.  The floating solar project of close to 1 MW boasts over 1,800 solar panels floating atop two acres of water surface on a cooling pond at the Duke Energy Hines Energy Complex located in Bartow. […]

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India Requires $350-400bn For Its Clean Energy Ambitions: Report

A latest KPMG report said India would require around USD 350-400 billion annually by 2047 for its clean energy ambitions. The report was released recently under the presence of Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri in New Delhi. The report said the need for high-speed and large-scale energy transition offered investment opportunities. It said climate change […]

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LOHUM Provides Nepal Indian Alternative to China by Supplying 25,000 MT EV Battery Materials

LOHUM, a producer of sustainable energy transition and battery materials through integrated recycling, repurposing, and refining, is partnering with Nepal’s EV ecosystem partners that are selling MG, Stellantis, and Tata EVs. The diverse pool of EV sector partners will also eventually include Volkswagen, Suzuki, Renault, and Mahindra EVs enter recycling, among others. The partnership will […]

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Duke Energy Offers RECs For Residential, Small Biz in Florida

American energy company Duke Energy Florida has announced ‘Clean Energy Impact’, its newest renewable energy certificates (RECs) programme. These renewable certificates are now available to customers looking to achieve their sustainability goals and support local renewable energy. The company’s latest product is available for residential, small and medium business customers in Duke Energy’s Florida service […]

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Energy Conservation & Demand-Side Management: The Route to Green Future

By Dwijadas Basak, Chief – Customer Experience, Commercial, Govt. Affairs & Corporate Communication, Tata Power – DDL In an era of rising energy consumption and rapid resource depletion, the promotion of energy conservation and energy-efficient measures has become imperative. Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd (Tata Power – DDL) has emerged as a pioneer in this […]

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