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Supply Chain Plus BCD Claims First Big Casualty, As Scatec, ACME Pause 900 MW Project

Supply chain bottlenecks and infrastructural gaps are hurting the renewables sector of the country badly. In a fresh development, Norway’s leading solar player Scatec and India’s ACME have declared that they are pausing their 900 MW solar power project in India for the moment. The project was worth $400 million and was coming up in […]

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All About Metal-Air Batteries

Metal-air batteries are an attractive technology. They are safer and have a higher energy density than other types of batteries. The application of air as a cathode helps in lowering the cost and the weight considerably. The utilization of cheap metals as an anode further assists in lowering the cost. A metal-air battery functions in […]

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CEEW-NRDC-SCGJ Study Highlights 1 Million Jobs Potential For RE Sector In India

India’s renewable energy sector could potentially employ around one million people by 2030, which would be ten times more than the existing workforce of an estimated 1.1 lakh (110,000) employed by the sector, according to an independent study released today by the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW), Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and […]

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Agrivoltaics Make Their Case For India

It is a truism that no change is really big enough to matter, unless it impacts the agricultural sector in India. After all, even after 2021, the Agriculture and allied sectors account for over 50% of our workforce, and contribute a substantial 18% to the country’s GDP. With the highest amount of arable land in […]

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Global Floatovoltaics Market Expected to Reach 4.8 GW by 2030: Report

Global floating solar panels market, estimated at 1.6 GW in 2021, is projected to reach 4.8 GW by 2026, finds a new study published by research company Global Industry Analysts (GIA). Floating solar panels or floating photovoltaics (FPV), which are also known as floatovoltaics, are solar panels that are mounted on a structure floating on a […]

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Impax Partners with Bullfinch Asset to Invest in RE Projects in Germany

Impax Asset Management has partnered with Bullfinch Asset to invest in decentralised clean energy projects in Germany. Impax said a fund it manages has become a shareholder in Bullfinch and has partnered with it to establish Greenfinch, the joint investment vehicle which will deploy capital in projects that enable locally generated energy and support decarbonisation […]

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FM Assures Manufacturer Associations Of BCD As Promised, From April 1, 2022

Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman has assured delegation of domestic solar manufacturers that the Basic Customs Duty (BCD) that was announced on modules and cells almost 9 months back, will be implemented as scheduled, from April 1, 2022. This is basis a release shared by NIMMA, or the North India Module Manufacturers Association,  which was among […]

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Construction of World’s Largest Green Industrial Park Kicks off in Indonesia

Indonesia has begun the construction of what is being hailed as the world’s largest green industrial park in Bulungan district on the country’s second-largest island of Kalimantan. “We hope that this will be the largest green industrial park in the world, not only in North Kalimantan, not only in Indonesia, but in the world,” Indonesian […]

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Bangladesh’s Largest PV Project Goes Online With Sungrow Inverters

Bangladesh, which is celebrating its 50th year of independence this year, has started commercial operations at its largest PV project — the 130 MWp Bagerhat solar power plant. Powered by Sungrow’s central inverter solutions, which works closely with the  ABB and Orion Group in the country. 130 MWp PV project in Bangladesh With 95% of Bangladesh’s […]

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