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India renewable growth story to continue to shine

Renewable capacity addition is expected to remain at around 15-17 GW annually, owing to significant reduction in the module prices over the past 12 months and availability of liquidity.

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Green hydrogen hubs: Unfolding India’s potential

Hydrogen hubs, which are organised areas where production and utilisation facilities are closely linked, can make green hydrogen projects more viable. This cluster-based approach addresses the technical, logistical, and commercial challenges of long-distance hydrogen transport, enhances project viability, and allows for economies of scale and concentrated infrastructure.

Weather-related damage to solar assets in USA exceed modeling expectations by 300%

The report from kWh Analytics, with input from several industry leaders, identified 14 risks to be aware of in the solar industry, including risks related to extreme weather, such as hail, and operational risks.

Addressing the interconnected challenges of land degradation and climate change

By forging ahead with solar-powered land restoration initiatives, we can build resilient ecosystems, foster sustainable livelihoods and safeguard our planet for generations to come.

India’s solar energy sector: Challenges, opportunities, and future prospects

India’s solar journey is a tale of turning challenges into opportunities, of harnessing the sun’s boundless energy to light up lives sustainably. On this World Environment Day, India’s solar saga reminds us that with innovation, policy support, and collective will, we can indeed craft a brighter, greener future—one solar panel at a time.

IRENA calls for investment in small island nations

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) discussed the financing landscape for small island developing states (SIDS) and mechanisms to accelerate the energy transition at the United Nations 4th International Conference on Small Island Developing States.

The future of solar energy: How R&D can bridge the gap between supply and demand 

Continued investments in research and development, particularly in areas like advanced battery storage technologies and next-generation solar cell materials, coupled with supportive policies and global collaboration can unlock the full potential of solar energy and pave the way towards a brighter, more sustainable future. 

Solar wafer prices continue to soften, complex international trade situation sparks concerns

In a new weekly update for pv magazine, OPIS, a Dow Jones company, provides a quick look at the main price trends in the global PV industry.

IndiGrid Q4 FY 2024 revenue grows 31% year-on-year

IndiGrid’s consolidated revenue for the quarter ended March 31, 2024 was up 31% to INR 7,856 million.

India braces for scorching summer: Record power demand puts coal in spotlight 

With temperatures expected to soar beyond 40 degrees Celsius, the spotlight turns to India’s coal-fired power stations, which comprise a hefty 218 GW of the total energy capacity.

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