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The Hydrogen Stream: India’s second electrolyzer tender attracts proposals for more than 2.8 GW

India’s second 1.5 GW electrolyzer manufacturing tender under production-linked incentives scheme has attracted bids from 23 companies for a cumulative annual capacity of 2,847 MW.

Advait Infratech secures solar, green hydrogen projects worth INR 72.69 crore

Advait Infratech Ltd has received Letters of intent from KP Group of Companies to execute a 30 MW solar plant and a 1 MW green hydrogen project on EPC basis in Gujarat.

India leading the solar wave to become world’s second-largest module manufacturer

Continued government support, coupled with strategic investments in technology and infrastructure, will be crucial in realizing India’s renewable energy goals and cementing its position as a global leader in solar module manufacturing.

CSIRO partners with Google to prototype grid-forming inverters

Scientists from Australia’s national science agency and the electricity research and development arm of Google have developed a new ‘smart’ inverter they claim is almost twice as fast and about 50% more efficient than existing commercial inverters.

Solar industry grapples with oversupply and uncertainty

The solar industry stands at a critical juncture. Oversupply, regulatory hurdles, and technological advancements are all reshaping the landscape. Manufacturers must adapt swiftly, balancing production with demand while navigating the complexities of global trade.

Lifecycle management in renewable energy projects

Routine inspections, monitoring systems, and predictive maintenance techniques play a vital role in optimizing energy output and ensuring the success and longevity of solar and wind power projects.

BirdBlocker unveils bird-proofing solutions for rooftop PV at Intersolar

Dutch company offering bird-proofing solution for solar installations expands its range with a trio of launches – with high hopes that its business can take flight on commercial rooftops.

Israeli startup launches agrivoltaic pilot in desert with double-axis sun tracking

Agri-Light has launched its first pilot agrivoltaic project, using a two-axis solar installation on a rail system to move solar panels horizontally above a vineyard in the Negev Desert. The results are due this summer, and the company plans to build commercial projects in Israel and Spain next year.

IEA-PVPS releases fact sheet on environmental life cycle assessment of PV Systems

The updated IEA PVPS Task 12 Fact Sheet provides a comprehensive assessment of the environmental impacts associated with PV systems. It highlights the significant advancements made in PV technology, emphasizing improved efficiencies and reduced environmental footprints.

SJVN inks renewable power supply MoU with AM Ammonia

SJVN Green Energy Ltd has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with AM Green Ammonia (India) for long-term supply of renewable energy to AM Green’s forthcoming green ammonia plants in Andhra Pradesh.

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