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SolarReserve Signs Agreement with South Australian Government for 150MW Solar Thermal Project with Energy Storage

The first of its kind in Australia, the Aurora Solar Energy Project will utilize SolarReserve’s leading solar thermal technology with integrated molten salt energy storage. SolarReserve has signed a long-term Generation Project Agreement (GPA) to build a 150 megawatt solar thermal power station with 8 hours of energy storage near the town of Port Augusta, […]

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IEEFA: Skyrocketing EV Sales in China Spell a No-turning-back Step Change in Global Energy Landscape

The jury is in. The global race between passenger electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel cells vs petrol vs diesel is over. EVs have won in China, the world’s biggest auto market, writes Tim Buckley, Director of Energy Finances Studies Australasia & South Asia, Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), as he gives insight […]

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ANIL To Lead Adani Group’s Renewable Energy Shift

The Adani Group, which already has Adani Solar for solar manufacturing, and Adani Green Energy Limited for developing renewable energy projects, has set up a new subsidiary, Adani New industries Limited, (ANIL) to undertake the next big phase of its green energy ambitions. From green hydrogen projects, generation of low carbon electricity and manufacture of […]

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Bluetti Unveils ‘World’s 1st Sodium-Ion Solar Generator’

Solar equipment manufacturer Bluetti announced “the world’s first sodium-ion solar generator” — NA300 and its compatible battery module B480 — on its social media handle last month. Sodium-ion batteries have become a cynosure as an alternative to their lithium-ion counterparts in many industries due to their high abundance and low costs, states the company. The […]

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Poland Awards 870MW Solar & 460MW Wind Capacity in RE Auctions

The Energy Regulatory Authority (URE) of Poland has selected 1.33 GW of solar and wind power capacity in 3 renewable energy auctions held in December 2021. Solar’s share is 870 MW of the total. Out of 5 auctions held in this month, only 3 were concluded, according to the URE, but all for new installations. […]

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New Intl Consortium to Advance High-Tech Mirrors Used in Solar Plants

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), joined by partners at Sandia National Laboratories and the Australian Solar Thermal Research Institute, has announced the launch of the Heliostat Consortium (HelioCon): an international effort to drive down the cost of heliostats. HelioCon seeks to emphasise the significance of heliostats as a key […]

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