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Greenzo to build green hydrogen plant for offtake by steel producer

Greenzo Energy has secured a $6 million order to set up a 2.5 MW green hydrogen project integrated with a solar and water treatment plant in Karnataka. The offtaker is a steel producer.

Hail damage and toxicity risks in solar plants

US news outlets have reported resident concerns about leaked toxins from solar facilities in Texas that were damaged by a hailstorm. The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has rejected the reports, which contained categorically false information.

MG Motor India partners with Epsilon Group for EV charging, battery recycling

MG Motor India has signed an agreement with Epsilon Group for electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions and battery recycling and second-life expertise.

A new twist on thermal storage

Power Panel offers a PV and thermal storage solution that combines simple, safe and easy to manage hot water with advanced thermoplastic technology and architecture.

Bifacial panels, representing 98% of U.S. solar imports, may soon be subject to tariffs

The Biden Administration is expected to revoke tariff exemptions on bifacial solar modules following a petition led by Qcells, a company with a multi-billion-dollar investment in U.S. manufacturing.

Solar module cooling tech based on waste neem oil

An international research team has placed a neem oil tank on the back of solar modules for cooling purposes. The proposed solution reportedly improves PV panel performance by up to 17.8%.

Experion, University of Würzburg collaborate for R&D in energy systems and artificial intelligence

Experion and Germany’s Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg have joined hands for research and development in the field of smart energy systems and vehicle-to-grid integration.

Building a circular economy for India’s self-reliance in battery materials

India is investing in facilities and infrastructure to recycle batteries and recover valuable materials like lithium, cobalt, and nickel. By doing this, we can reduce our need for new materials and minimize the environmental impact of battery production.

Australian solar manufacturing through the looking glass

The Silicon to Solar report, partly funded by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency, outlines ways to restore solar manufacturing to the nation with a little help from the country’s major trading partner – China.

How much polysilicon is enough

TU Delft researchers have proposed a new approach for solar cell manufacturing that implies gauging wafer thickness depending on the regions where the cells and modules will be deployed. They also suggested to adopt test conditions that are representative of the outdoor working condition of solar cells in an alternative to standard testing conditions.

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