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EcoFlow’s New Portable Power Station Can Charge 12 Devices at Once

EcoFlow, a portable power and renewable energy solutions company, has launched the DELTA mini portable power station on HSN, the Home Shopping Network. Designed for outdoor recreation and work backup for users who work outside or in places that lack convenient power access, the indoor/outdoor DELTA mini can power 90% of devices and appliances and […]

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UK-based Octopus Group Buys 181 MW Wind Farm in Australia

Octopus Australia has acquired the 181MW Dulacca Wind Farm in Queensland, Australia, from global renewable energy company RES. Once constructed, the wind project will consist of 43 wind turbines and generate enough electricity to power approximately 124,000 homes. Octopus Australia is a part of UK-based Octopus Group that manages over 260 renewables assets globally. In addition to […]

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Developing Energy Storage Key for India’s Decarbonisation, finds Study

In order to achieve its target of 450 GW of wind and solar by 2030, India’s wind and solar capacity must grow 20% year-over-year between 2022 and 2030. Developing energy storage is a key avenue for increasing India’s power system flexibility and the share of renewables and ultimately enabling India’s decarbonisation, finds a new study by the […]

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“The Whole Ethos of the Company is Energy Independence”, Sunpower Renewables

As the energy market continues to open up In India, it’s throwing up a number of opportunities for firms. One such firm is Australia based Sunpower Renewables, which has focused on storage based solutions using Lithium Ion batteries. Starting with a simple solar lantern back in 2016, the firm today is offering an array of […]

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One Year On, Vedanta Emerges as Top Buyer On GTAM Market of IEX

Indian Energy Exchange, (IEX) celebrated the first anniversary of the start of trading on its its Green Term Ahead Market (GTAM) with a special conference. IEX informs us that the GTAM has cumulatively traded 2744 MU of renewable energy in its first year comprising of 1267 MU volume in the solar segment and 1477 MU […]

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Tesla & Local Partners to Build Storage Facility in Japan

US auto major Tesla is partnering with Japanese companies to build an energy storage facility using its rechargeable battery in Hokkaido in northern Japan to help stabilise the power system. Tesla will collaborate with Japanese power retailer and aggregator Global Engineering and engineering firm Ene-Vision to build the energy storage facility connected to the grid […]

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Norwegian Company gets €957,000 Grant for Mobile Offshore Wind Units

Norwegian offshore drilling contractor Odfjell Oceanwind has been awarded a NOK 10 million (EUR 957,000) pre-project grant from Enova, Norway’s fund for climate and energy technologies, for maturing its first commercial contracts for Mobile Offshore Wind Units (MOWUs) and WindGrid for electrification of oil and gas installations. The grant is awarded under Enova’s full scale innovative […]

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UP Regulator Eases Power Procurement From Exchanges For Industry

The Uttar Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission, in its recent tariff order dated 29th July 21 for the financial year 2022 has made some key changes that could have a positive impact on the industry as well as renewable energy projects in the state. The regulator announced a reduction of up to 64 paise per unit […]

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10% Hike in Store for Wind Turbine Prices, says WoodMac

According to new analysis from Wood Mackenzie, wind turbine prices are expected to increase by up to 10% over the next 12 to 18 months due to increases in commodity prices, logistics costs, and coronavirus-related challenges. As noted in a recent Wood Mackenzie report, a rise in steel, copper, aluminium, and fibre prices, coupled with […]

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