US-based Salgenx has developed a scalable redox flow battery with two separate tanks of electrolytes, one of which is saltwater. Unlike other flow batteries, the new device is membrane-free, promising big gains at the levelized cost of storage level.
Scientists in Austria have developed a long-term energy storage system that uses regenerative braking to adjust the descent speed of sand in mine shafts and generate electricity.
The State government has signed agreements for various giga-scale projects across renewable energy generation, solar manufacturing, pumped hydro storage, and green hydrogen.
The central government and the state government of Karnataka have signed an agreement with Bengaluru-headquartered Rajesh Exports to lend support and a tailormade incentive package for its 5 GWh lithium cell factory in Karnataka.
The US-based company has been granted patents in India and China for its smart battery management system that monitors the thermal storage capacity of the phase-change material and automatically adjusts the power output of the battery packs and cells.
The private-sector power producer has been awarded 500 MW/1 GWh of standalone, grid-connected battery energy storage projects by the Solar Energy Corp. of India Ltd. It will set up the projects on a build-own-operate-transfer basis.
Corporate decarbonization, value chain integration, wind-solar hybrid projects, battery energy storage, offshore wind, green hydrogen, and value-added offerings such as energy-as-a-service are key trends and technologies shaping up India’s renewable energy sector and offering ample scope for investments.
Edinburgh-based energy storage solutions specialist StorTera has developed a long-duration, energy-dense, lithium-sulfur-based single liquid flow battery (SLIQ). The tech is said to last for 30 years with minimal degradation.
The state will launch three floating solar projects worth INR 7,500 crore ($919 million). The new projects will be in addition to a 600 MW plant currently under development at Omkareshwar reservoir.
Hindustan Petroleum Corp. Ltd and NTPC Green Energy Ltd will collaborate in renewable energy, energy storage, round-the-clock (RTC) power, electric mobility, and solar-wind value chain projects.
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