Haryana-based Hygenco plans to develop and rapidly scale up multiple green hydrogen facilities across India in the next two years.
The two batteries have a storage capacity of 13 and 19.5 kWh, respectively. Both lithium-ion systems use LiFePO4 as the cathode material and have a round-trip efficiency of over 86%.
Mindtree’s digital solution enables remote monitoring and control of all services at Larsen & Toubro’s green hydrogen plant in Gujarat. It drives the effective utilization of resources such as solar and battery energy storage systems.
India’s Mecwin has unveiled compact, wall-mountable lithium battery inverters with 1,100 VA and 2,100 VA ratings. The 1,100 VA devices measure 455 mm x 530 mm x 235 mm and weigh 23 kg. The built-in battery can be charged with grid power and solar electricity.
India will see a cumulative demand for around 600 GWh of lithium-ion batteries from 2021 to 2030 across all segments. The recycling volume coming from the deployment of these batteries will be 125 GWh by 2030.
Indian developer Acme will set up a green hydrogen and ammonia project in Tamil Nadu with 1.5 GW of electrolysis capacity and 1.1 million tons of ammonia synthesis, powered by a 5 GW solar plant.
If Solar Energy Corp. and NTPC can successfully execute tenders for standalone energy storage systems, it could drive investment, support domestic manufacturing, and facilitate the development of new business models, according to a newly released report.
The industry body proposes building at least 25 scalable green hydrogen projects with a cumulative electrolyzer capacity of 150 MW by 2025. The industry can then apply the expertise and experience gained from these first-generation projects to build gigawatt-scale projects in the 2025-30 period.
The proposed solar power capacity, to be developed across the State, will be combined with adequate battery storage systems to ensure an uninterrupted power supply to the consumers.
Global bids are invited to develop a cumulative 500 MW of energy storage system facilities on a ‘build-own-operate’ basis anywhere in India. The proposed plants can be set up in sizes ranging from 100 MW rising to 500 MW, with the capacity to store at least six hours of electricity—for example, a 500 MW project with a minimum energy storage capacity of 3,000 MWh. Bidding closes on March 11.
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