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Establishing a solar module recycling system in India

Ankit Kapasi and Kishore Ganesan from SOFIES India are working on Solar Waste Action Plan (SWAP) project in India, which is looking to investigate both the technical and economic feasibility of a PV module recycling system in the country. The pilot has been funded by Signify Foundation and Doen Foundation. The team at Sofies is working closely with technology partner Poseidon Solar and has recently established the first PV recycling pilot plant in September 2020. The duo spoke to pv magazine about their plant’s techno-commercial feasibility and the Indian eco-system’s readiness for PV module recycling.

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MG Motor partners TES-AMM for EV battery recycling

The British carmaker has joined hands with the electronic waste recycler to get the lithium-ion batteries of its ZS electric vehicles recycled at the end of their life.

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IESA, UNIDO launch energy storage innovation challenge

The challenge covers battery storage innovations for both power and electric mobility space. Winning technologies will get a grant of up to $50,000.

CSIR-CMERI Durgapur, NISE sign pact on solar research and capacity building

The CSIR-Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute (CMERI), Durgapur, which has expertise in the design and development of solar artifacts for multifaceted uses, and the National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE), Gurugram, will conduct joint field studies for different solar technologies and work towards skill and capacity building.

IIT researchers consider fate of end-of-life solar modules

Scientists at the Indian Institute of Technology in New Delhi have taken a close look at the potential impact of growing volumes of PV waste and conducted surveys which suggest a lot more work is needed from manufacturers and policymakers to develop management systems for end-of-life PV products.

Tata Power to set up superfast EV chargers at MG Motor outlets

The 50KW DC chargers will be accessible by both MG ZS electric vehicle (EV) customers as well as other EV owners whose automobiles are compatible with the CCS/CHAdeMO charging standards.

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