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Reliance signs alkaline electrolyzer deal with Norway’s Nel

Through the agreement, Reliance gets access to Nel’s technology platform for manufacturing alkaline electrolyzers.


Reliance completes sale of REC’s polysilicon manufacturing unit

Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) has completed sale of REC Solar Holdings’ kerf-based polysilicon manufacturing arm, REC Solar Norway, to Elkem ASA. It continues to retain the technology and intellectual property rights of kerf-based polysilicon post sale of REC Solar Norway.


Greenko ZeroC to supply renewable ammonia to Norway’s Yara

Greenko ZeroC will supply up to 50% of renewable ammonia from Phase 1 of its ammonia production facility in Kakinada.

Advait partners Norway’s TECO 2030 to produce fuel cells in India

Advait Infratech and Norway’s TECO 2030 have collaborated to develop, manufacture, and commercialise fuel cells based on TECO 2030  technology.

The Hydrogen Stream: Acme to supply 100,000 tons per annum of green ammonia to Yara

Acme has secured a long-term offtake contract with Norway’s Yara for 100,000 tons per annum of ammonia from renewables.


SAEL secures $1 billion for solar, biomass projects              

Solar and waste-to-energy producer SAEL has secured $1 billion from financial institutions including Norfund, DFC, Asian Development Bank (ADB), and Tata Cleantech.


Reliance to sell REC’s polysilicon manufacturing arm for $22 million

Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) is selling REC Solar Holdings’ kerf-based polysilicon manufacturing arm REC Solar Norway to Elkem ASA, a silicon-based material provider. Upon completion of the sale, RIL will continue to retain the technology and intellectual property rights of kerf-based polysilicon.

SJVN to pilot membrane-based floating project utilizing Norwegian firm’s technology   

SJVN Green Energy Ltd will pilot a 2 MW floating solar project based on Norwegian firm Ocean Sun’s membrane-based floater technology. Once this pilot project succeeds, the two companies will collaborate to deploy this technology on a large scale in the southern part of India. 


ABB to power Samskip’s new hydrogen-fueled container vessels

ABB has secured a complete power, propulsion, and automation systems order for Samskip Group’s hydrogen-powered container vessels. Built by Cochin Shipyard Ltd, the largest shipbuilding and maintenance facility in India, these vessels are among the first in the world to demonstrate the potential of hydrogen fuel cells as a clean and renewable fuel source.

Fourth Partner Energy raises additional $42.3 million in equity funding from Norfund

The corporate solar solutions provider has raised an additional equity investment of INR 350 crore ($42.3 million) from Norfund after receiving $100 million in 2021. It is also tying up with IFC for INR 560 crore fund to execute projects in India.

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