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NTPC arm signs PPA for 325 MW solar project in Madhya Pradesh

NTPC Renewable Energy Limited has signed a power purchase agreement with Indian Railways, Madhya Pradesh Power Management Company Limited (MPPMCL), and Rewa Ultra Mega Solar Limited (RUMSL).

Birla Carbon to launch energy storage solutions

The carbon black solutions manufacturer will launch its Conductex i and Conductex e range of products for lithium ion and lead acid battery applications at The Battery Show Europe 2021. With this launch, it aims at reaching out to energy storage market customers in Europe and globally.

NTPC tenders 1.2 GW solar EPC work in Karnataka

Solar installers must bid for a minimum of 50 MW and a maximum of up to 600 MW, in 10 MW multiples. Bidding closes on December 24. 

JSW Energy to re-organize renewable and thermal businesses

The private-sector power producer will group its renewable energy business under wholly-owned arm JSW Neo Energy as it targets growth in renewable energy generation, energy storage, and green hydrogen business. 

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MG Motor India to buy 4.85 MW of wind-solar hybrid power from CleanMax

CleanMax will supply 4.85 MW power from its wind-solar hybrid park in Rajkot, Gujarat, allowing the passenger car maker’s Halol production facility to meet 50% of its electricity requirement.

Automation in solar O&M delivering plant ROI

Data analytics and digital process support in solar plant operation and maintenance delivers unmatched improvement in efficiency, while modern technology drives down development costs. It also helps service providers in ensuring sustained energy generation, long-term performance, and plant’s return on investment.

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NSEFI gets a new address 

Bhagwanth Khuba, minister of State for New and Renewable Energy, recently inaugurated industry body National Solar Energy Federation of India’s new office at Saket in New Delhi. 

Ohmium ships its first ‘made in India’ hydrogen electrolyzer to USA

USA-headquartered Ohmium International, through its subsidiary in India, manufactures modular-interlocking proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzers for hydrogen production. The company aims to make India a nucleus for global hydrogen-based green energy solutions with R&D centers in Silicon Valley (USA) and Bengaluru (India).

Magenta to invest US$33.6 million in Tamil Nadu

The company will invest INR 250 crore for the R&D and manufacturing of cutting-edge technologies in the e-mobility segment.

Round-the-clock tenders can help India meet demand for firm renewable power

A report has stated the renewable-plus-fossil fuel model is the best short term option to meet the assured supply conditions in the Solar Energy Corporation of India’s round-the-clock power tenders. Further out, as the cost of batteries decline, that technology is likely to become the most viable option for providing critical, non-intermittent power.

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