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Tamil Nadu plans to add 20GW of solar capacity by 2030

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.

NTPC renewable arm tenders 500 MW/3,000 MWh energy storage projects

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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Vedanta acquires nickel and cobalt producer Nicomet

The Mumbai-headquartered natural resources company has acquired Goa-based Nicomet, a producer of cobalt, nickel, and their derivates in India, as it looks to capitalize on the electric vehicles and energy storage boom.

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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Should I include a battery with my home solar project?

An increasing share of residential solar arrays now include energy storage batteries. In this article, costs, benefits and timing of these batteries are evaluated.

Larsen & Toubro targets carbon neutrality by 2040 

The Indian multinational EPC contractor will increase the share of renewable energy in the electricity mix across its campuses and project sites as part of efforts to reduce its carbon footprint.

GAIL to build 4.5 tpd green hydrogen plant

India’s largest state-owned natural gas company is looking to buy a 10 MW electrolyzer to produce 4.5 tons of green hydrogen daily.

SECI invites proposals for 1 GWh of battery energy storage systems

The draft guidelines and the draft tender document inviting bids for setting up standalone battery energy storage systems in India have been uploaded on the SECI site. The final tender document will be issued based on the comments and discussions with the prospective bidders on the draft guidelines and draft tender documents.

GSECL tenders EPC work for 35 MW/57 MWh solar-plus-storage

Bidders have until September 29 to lodge their interest to set up the solar-plus-storage system at Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Limited’ Kutch Lignite Thermal Power Station in the Kutch district of Gujarat.

Gujarat’s Modhera will be India’s first solar village

A 6 MW solar plant, coupled with a 15 MWh battery energy storage system, will meet the village’s day and night electricity requirements. Moreover, 1kW rooftop solar systems have been installed on houses.  

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