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IEA PVSP predicts high-cost, low-revenue scenario for solar recycling

A recent report by the International Energy Agency Photovoltaic Power Systems Programme (IEA PVSP) reviews the current regulatory and industrial landscape for end-of-life PV management in Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Japan, South Korea, China, Australia, and the United States.

Reliance New Energy to invest in perovskite solar startup Caelux

The new energy arm of Reliance Industries has signed the agreement to acquire a 20% stake in California-based perovskite solar startup Caelux for $12 million. The investment will accelerate Caelux’ product development and commercialization.

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Hydrogen to play limited role in building energy supply

How much hydrogen is actually needed? Several German research institutes have examined 40 energy scenarios for hydrogen ramp-up and found that 15 million GWh of hydrogen will be needed worldwide by 2050.

India’s electrolyzer manufacturing capacity will reach 8 GW per year by 2025, says Rystad

India will have six hydrogen electrolyzer gigafactories operational by 2025, aggregating to a combined annual capacity of over 8 GW. 

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US startup unveils 5 kW solar canopy for EV charging

Paired Power said its new 5 kW solar canopy measures 3.2 meters x 5.2 meters x 3.7 meters and can host up to 10 bifacial solar panels. It can be used in on-grid or off-grid modes and can be paired with lithium-ion battery storage systems up to 40 kWh in size.

Streamlining EPC functioning with SaaS 

With software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions, EPC users can manage different silos as per the solar project requirements. The software ensures that the silos are integrated and accessible during all phases of the EPC to maintain transparency. 

Agrivoltaics for arable crops

French developer TSE has commissioned its first agrivoltaic pilot project in northeastern France. The 2.4 MW installation spans 3 hectares and is installed on arable land devoted to the cultivation of soya, wheat, rye, barley, and rapeseed.

Mindtree solution to manage Larsen & Toubro’s green hydrogen plant 

Mindtree’s digital solution enables remote monitoring and control of all services at Larsen & Toubro’s green hydrogen plant in Gujarat. It drives the effective utilization of resources such as solar and battery energy storage systems.

Husk Power Systems secures $6 million from EU-funded EDFI ElectriFI

Bihar-based Husk Power Systems will use $6 million of newly acquired funds to build solar hybrid microgrids in 80 communities in rural India. The renewables services provider already owns and operates more than 120 microgrids in India.

Prescinto secures deal with energy storage major in USA

Gujarat-based Prescinto, which provides software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions for clean energy asset management, has expanded beyond wind and solar into the rapidly accelerating energy storage market and added North America to its growing international portfolio. 

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