Indian developer Acme Group and Japan’s IHI have signed a pact to jointly explore opportunities across the green hydrogen and ammonia value chain, including production, handling, transportation, distribution, and power generation.
The Japanese bank has extended INR 450 crore sustainable trade finance facility for Tata Power’s 220 MW of solar projects in Gujarat and Maharashtra.
The Indian multinational EPC provider has successfully closed a three-year $107 million sustainability-linked loan with Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp.
The developer has refinanced its 350 MW of solar projects with a long-tenor debt facility of $200 million.
Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar, and Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST) have developed a two-dimensional (2D) anode material for lithium batteries by using nanosheets derived from titanium diboride. They found the new anode material leads to a discharge capacity of 174 mA h/g within 10 minutes at a current rate of 1 A/g.
Japan’s Rinnai has unveiled what it claims is the world’s first 100% hydrogen combustion technology for residential water heaters. It is currently using the hydrogen water heater in demonstration projects in Australia, prior to commercialization.
Japan’s Arth has designed an autonomous habitation module that produces water in places without energy and water infrastructure. The company said the residential unit could also be used as an emergency evacuation site.
The new prototype uses a triple-junction compound design, which sandwiches the solar cell between layers of film. The module is expected to be used in a variety of vehicles, an application that demands high efficiency and lightweight construction. Its conversion efficiency bests that of a similar Sharp module developed in 2016, which notched an efficiency of 31.17%, at the time a world record.
The Indian sustainable energy company has signed an agreement with the Japanese ship operator to transport green ammonia from its projects to customers globally.
Japanese glass manufacturer AGC has developed a building-integrated PV (BIPV) panel for different building requirements. It can be installed on facades, canopies, and curtain walls where normal glass can be placed.
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