India’s Ministry of Power has chalked out a comprehensive plan for the evacuation of power from the planned 500 GW of renewables capacity by 2030. The plan envisages an additional transmission system and the installation of battery energy storage capacity.
India’s largest crude oil and natural gas company has signed an agreement with global energy giant Shell for joint study on carbon capture, utilization and storage.
The developer has commissioned a 450 MW wind-solar power plant in Rajasthan. With this, it has reached a cumulative hybrid power generation capacity of 1.44 GW.
US-based ACE Green is setting up lithium battery recycling plants in Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat, where it will use a zero-waste hydrometallurgical recycling process to extract valuable materials from dead batteries.
The project comprises a 400/132 kV gas-insulated substation at Kishtwar and a 400 kV Kishenpur-Dulhasti line-in line-out transmission line.
The Mumbai-headquartered solar manufacturer supplied 17% of the overall 1.28 GW of solar modules shipped in India during Q3 2022.
The stainless-steel manufacturer has selected ReNew Power to develop a utility-scale wind-solar project for its self-consumption.
The Delhi-based renewable project consultant will invest $50 million in the Gujarat facility to manufacture anion exchange membrane (AEM) electrolyzers for green hydrogen generation. The project has received $1 million from Real Time Accelerator Fund as an angel investor in Greenzo.
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