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Waaree signs 10 GW module line deal with Jinchen

Waaree, India’s largest solar module manufacturer with a 12 GW per year production capacity, has placed the order for a 10 GW line with Jinchen.

Ohmium, NTPC sign PEM electrolyzers supply deal

Ohmium’s proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzers will be used by NTPC to decarbonize energy, transport and ammonia projects.

Parekh joins O2 Power, Bhide now regional president for John Cockerill

Hiten Parekh has been appointed assistant vice president – commercial and industrial at O2 Power. Belgium’s John Cockerill Group has promoted Vivek Bhide to the regional president.

NTPC seeks 1.5 GW of solar modules

NTPC Renewable Energy Ltd is accepting global bids to supply around 1.5 GW of solar modules for its PV projects in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan. Bidding closes on July 6.

ONGC, Assam discom sign JV agreement for 250 MW battery storage project

The joint venture will build, own and operate a 250 MW/500 MWh battery energy storage system in Assam, enabling the effective integration of large-scale solar power capacity coming up in the state.


CleanMax raises $360 million from Brookfield 

The solar and wind project developer said the fund raised from Brookfield Renewable will support its growth plans of becoming a 5 GW+ platform over the next three to four years.

Funds may dry up for APAC oil and gas firms slow on diversification path

While more financiers are committing to limiting capital for fossil fuel, their oil and gas sector borrowers in the Asia Pacific region still adopt a wait-and-see approach to new energy.

India installed 485 MW of rooftop solar capacity in Q1 2023

India reached a cumulative installed rooftop solar capacity of 9.3 GW as of March 31, 2023, with the addition of 485 MW in Q1 2023.

L&T advances renewables infrastructure for world’s largest green hydrogen plant

Larsen & Toubro (L&T) is set to begin constructing the renewable energy generation, storage, and grid infrastructure for the green hydrogen production facility in Saudi Arabia, as it has made significant progress from design to procurement.  

Himadri invests US$6.7 million in Australia’s Sicona Battery Technologies

India’s Himadri Speciality Chemical has acquired a 12.79% stake in Sicona Battery Technologies, an Australian startup that specializes in high-capacity silicon anode technology for lithium-ion batteries.


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