The carbon black solutions manufacturer has embarked on a collaborative project to develop lithium battery-grade graphite sustainably using renewable feedstocks.
The electric car powered by Phinergy aluminum-air battery will be on display in Auto Expo India 2023 at the booth of IOC Phinergy (IOP), a joint venture of Phinergy and State-run fossil fuel giant Indian Oil Corp.
India’s GR Promoter Group has entered the green hydrogen market in a joint venture with Spanish hydrogen technology solutions provider H2B2. The JV will manufacture water-based electrolyzers and develop green hydrogen production plants based on off-taker agreements.
Erisha E Mobility has formed a joint venture with Greenbox to manufacture a range of green hydrogen solutions by leveraging technologies developed by Greenbox.
Tdafoq Energy will use Delectrik Systems’ technology to manufacture vanadium redox flow batteries in Saudi Arabia. Construction has already started on a manufacturing facility in Saudi Arabia, which will be scaled to a GWh capacity by 2025.
Gas Authority of India Ltd (GAIL), a state-owned natural gas company, has signed a deal with Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. to explore collaboration opportunities in renewables and new energy projects.
Reliance, a strategic investor in US-based Ambri, is purchasing Ambri’s liquid-metal battery system for demo installation as part of its broader energy storage manufacturing plans and deployments in India.
Greenko will assist Jindal Steel and Power in the design and development of the associated renewable energy capacity, and identification of potential strategic investors for the RE capacity. It will also provide its pumped storage capacity currently under development in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.
The India arm of USA-headquartered Triton Electric Vehicle has issued an INR 8,060 crore (around $971 million) Letter of Intent to state-owned Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL) for the purchase of EV battery packs. It will also transfer its technology to BEL for production of hydrogen fuel cells in India.
The fifth assembly of the International Solar Alliance (ISA) approved Solar Facility, a payment guarantee mechanism to mitigate risks associated with solar projects in Africa.
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