Nick Lanir Brown, chief business officer at Airtouch Solar, told pv magazine they would supply and install Airtouch AT 4.0 robotic panel cleaning systems for Adani Green Energy’s solar farm in Rajasthan.
Israel-based Airtouch Solar has signed a $4 million deal with Indian developer Acme for the supply and maintenance of PV panel cleaning robots.
Israel-based Airtouch Solar has signed a $3 million deal with Indian developer ReNew for the supply and maintenance of PV panel cleaning robots.
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.
Automating utility-scale solar facilities is now a standard consideration of independent power producers (IPPs), with robotics representing a relatively small portion of total investment. Despite this, offers from technology suppliers should be thoroughly scrutinized, as wrong choices can pose a significant risk to a power generation asset that is expected to last 25 years or more.
Indian developer Avaada Group has selected Israeli robotic cleaning specialist Airtouch Solar for the maintenance of PV modules at its solar farms in Rajasthan and Maharashtra. The robotic cleaning contract between the two companies is pegged at around $2 million.
Adani has partnered with Israel Innovation Authority to leverage the broad Israeli technology ecosystem for its diverse businesses in renewable energy, logistics, and more. The partnership provides Israeli companies a unique opportunity to codevelop, pilot, and scale up innovative technologies by utilizing Adani’s extensive industrial asset base.
The United States and Israel have the opportunity to provide clean energy solutions for the 300 MW wind-solar project complemented by a battery energy storage system. United Arab Emirates-based companies will explore participation as knowledge and investment partner.
Israel-based Airtouch Solar has signed a $940,000 contract with Indian developer Hero Future Energies, three weeks after securing a $440,000 project with another developer in India.
The Indian electric mobility player, which plans gigawatt-scale battery cell manufacturing, has embraced Israel-based StoreDot’s extreme-fast battery technology that charges from 0 to 100% in just five minutes.
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