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STMicroelectronics’ IGBTs Boost Performance with Latest High-Speed Technology

IGBT series delivers efficiency and performance gains for medium- and high-speed applications such as uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) and solar inverters. The STMicroelectronics HB2 650V IGBT series delivers efficiency and performance gains for medium- and high-speed applications such as PFC converters, welders, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), and solar inverters, leveraging ST’s latest Trench Field Stop (TFS) […]

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Vattenfall to Source 300 MW Power From Largest Onshore Wind Farm in Netherlands

Largest Dutch onshore wind farm to provide a quarter million Vattenfall customers with renewable energy Swedish state-owned power company, Vattenfall has signed a long-term purchasing agreement for renewable electricity from the new upgraded Zeewolde wind farm in the Netherlands. The repowering work to exchange the existing wind turbines by more powerful turbines will be initiated […]

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Stable Prices for Lithium Could be Good News for India’s EV dreams

From predictions of prices that would slow down battery development in 2016, to the reality of an almost 50% price drop in 2018, Lithium has been too volatile for comfort. The good news is, the prized metal, on which many EV plans hinge, might just be settling in for a period of stability. Lithium, ever […]

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India’s Renewable Push On Track Despite 2018/19 Blip

IEEFA’s briefing note, India’s electricity sector transition still on track despite a weak FY2018/19, projects renewable additions through 2021/22 based on the auction and tender activities during the past 18 months. The 2018-19 financial year turned out to be a sluggish year for both the renewable as well as thermal sectors in India in terms of increased […]

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South Korea Steps Away From Coal and Towards Renewables

The South Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy has tabled a new draft energy master plan that increases the nation’s ambition to move away from coal and towards renewable energy. The South Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy has tabled a new draft energy master plan that increases the nation’s ambition to move […]

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India’s Road Towards EV Adoption…

When it comes to Electric Vehicles (EVs), India would certainly seem to be playing catch up with the rest of the world. Consider the fact that in China, they have already started worrying about a mini-bust in the sector, thanks to the huge number of startups and major players who have jumped in. Thus, even […]

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University of San Francisco Goes Carbon-Neutral 30 Years Ahead of Goal

USF first installed solar thermal hot water systems in 1981 and added solar panels in the early 2000s – which now generate five percent of the main campus electricity. The University of San Francisco (USF) has met its goal of zero net carbon emissions more than 30 years ahead of its 2050 target date set […]

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The Five Leaders Singled by UNEP for their Work on Curbing Emissions

UN Environment, the arm of the UN focused on curbing emissions and fighting climate change, among other environmental challenges, has commended these 5 leaders for their work in curbing transport emissions. Even as UN Environment identified 5 leaders for their work in cutting back transport emissions, India would do well to track just what these […]

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