The Indian state-owned electric transmission utility company has signed an agreement with infrastructure investor
Africa50 to develop 400kV and 220kV transmission lines in east African country Kenya under a public-private partnership framework.
Indian renewable energy developer Hero Future Energies has partnered with US-based Ohmium International on the development of green hydrogen plants in India, the UK, and Europe with a cumulative electrolyzer capacity of 1 GW.
This is the fifth credit line signed between REC Limited and KfW for the financing of power sector projects and the third credit line for the financing of renewable energy projects.
German engineering and consulting firm Viridis.iQ GmbH will assist in conceptual design to construction and commissioning of the 4 GW vertically integrated poly-to-modules solar factory.
EPC contractor Larsen & Toubro has partnered with renewable energy developer ReNew Power to develop end-to-end competitive solutions in green hydrogen.
The two energy majors have come together for the generation and storage of renewable energy or other forms of energy, including gas-based power, primarily to power Indian Oil refineries or other installations.
The 400 kV double-circuit transmission line will run from Barapukuria to Bogura, expanding high-voltage transmission infrastructure in Northern Bangladesh. It will also facilitate 1,600 MW power transmission from a power plant based in Jharkhand to Bangladesh.
The electrical contacts manufacturer will join hands with battery storage firm RENERA and EV charger manufacturer L-Charge for its business expansion into these segments.
The International Solar Alliance is an international intergovernmental treaty-based organization headquartered in India that aims to reduce the cost of solar technology and mobilize finance to accelerate solar adoption in its member countries.
The advisory committee will guide the International Solar Alliance on meeting its objective of mobilizing US$ 1 trillion investment in solar energy by 2030. Committee members include representatives from leading institutional investor like Africa50, CDPQ Global, IFC, the Development Bank of Southern Africa, Capricorn Investment Group, and Temasek.
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