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The Top 5: Trends In Energy Storage and Innovations

Switch to Renewable Energy (RE) is high on demand for the countries across the globe. As more and more countries become the part to this wave of change, advancement in technologies is bound to happen. With advancement in technology, new trends emerge. Speaking of the energy storage trend, it is at the helm of this […]

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China to Focus on Gobi Desert for New Solar, Wind Power Bases

China’s new renewable energy plans will focus on the Gobi and other desert regions, as it speeds up the construction of huge new wind and solar power bases and boosts its transmission capabilities, regulators said in a new policy document, according to recent media reports. To meet its climate targets, China – the world’s biggest […]

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NREL Researchers Use Silica Sand to Store Renewable Power

Renewable energy sources like solar and wind are changing how we power our buildings, industries, and grid; however, they are intermittent, giving rise to the need for energy storage to ensure continuous power. Lithium-ion batteries are great for short-duration energy storage, but our buildings, businesses, industries, and grid need more storage, at lower cost, for longer […]

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Powering Solar to 2025 and beyond

The Technologies and Interventions That Will Drive Solar For the global solar sector, the pandemic hit home much earlier than it did for many other sectors. For even before global lockdowns became the norm, China’s early lockdown in late January, followed by other cities subsequently, was sufficiently disruptive for global shipments of solar equipment, of […]

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India and France Re-elected President & Co-President of ISA at 3rd Assembly

At the Third Assembly of ISA, India and France were re-elected as the President and Co-President of the alliance for a term of two years. The Third Assembly of the International Solar Alliance (ISA), held virtually on October 14, 2020, was attended by 34 ISA member ministers, 53 member countries, and 5 signatory and prospective […]

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Pandemic is Hurting but not Halting Global Renewable Growth: IEA

The COVID-19 Pandemic will force 2020 to witness the first annual decline in new renewable additions in 20 years, but their growth is expected to bounce back next year. The world is set to build fewer wind turbines, solar plants and other installations that produce renewable electricity this year because of the impact of the […]

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Demand for Domestic Products Increased After China’s Covid-19 Incidence: Yash Jain

Solar panel prices, production, and supply are poised to continue to be in turmoil in the midst of the Coronavirus outbreak. Yes, the demand for domestic products have increased tremendously after China’s COVID-19 incidence. However, the industry is also facing shortage of raw material as compared to the demand. Also, we are coming up with […]

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Ireland’s Energy Sector Transformation Lead by its Power Sector

Ireland has successfully advanced the transformation of its energy sector, led primarily by the power sector. In 2017, about a quarter of the country’s total power generation came from wind power, the third highest share among all 30 IEA member countries, according to the latest review of Ireland’s energy policies by the International Energy Agency. The electricity […]

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POWER TO P E O P L E

Uttar Pradesh(UP) isn’t just known to be a political game changer in the Indian history, but the state with a hefty population of 204.2 million on a vast land area of 243,286 km², is the most potentially budding yet the least exploitative solar hotspot in the country. It has a brilliant solar radiation of an […]

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