Surrey-based Gas Recovery and Recycle Ltd (GR2L) will supply its ArgonØ machinery that can recycle up to 95% of argon used in the fabrication of silicon wafers for solar panels.
C4V, a New York-headquartered lithium-ion cell technology company, has tied up with UAE-based Trot Solutions to develop green ports in India. The alliance has started to discuss with the port operators for its first green port project at Jawaharlal Nehru Port Terminal in India.
Tata Group will build a 40 GWh battery factory in the UK to produce batteries for Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) and other EV manufacturers in the UK and Europe.
The Indian steel giant, along with the UK government, has opened a call for innovative projects in low-carbon hydrogen to decarbonize the industrial sector. Two selected projects will be awarded £80,000 (INR 83 lakh) and provided priority access to Tata Steel’s integrated steel plant.
Indian developer Amp Energy has secured up to $250 million in growth capital from Japan’s Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp. (SMBC), UK’s Intermediate Capital Group (ICG), and China’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).
Essar has formed Essar Energy Transition (EET) that will focus on investing in hydrogen, decarbonization, new energy infrastructure, and biofuels. EET plans to invest $3.6 billion in developing low-carbon energy transition projects in the UK and India over the next five years.
UK-based Gravitricity will begin with pilot demonstration of its gravity energy storage systems in India as it eyes broader deployment in the long term.
Haryana-based Hygenco plans to develop and rapidly scale up multiple green hydrogen facilities across India in the next two years.
Hinduja Group, an Indian multinational, has invested GBP 15 million (($18.4 million) with four other investors in Connected Energy, a developer of energy storage systems based on second-life electric vehicle batteries. The investment will help Connected Energy to scale up its operations and move into utility-scale project development.
The UK investor (formerly known as CDC Group) has committed a $47 million follow-on investment in Fourth Partner Energy to build 294MW of greenfield renewable power capacity. Another $42 million will go to Italian power utility Enel’s India arm Thar Surya 1, to support the development of a 300MW greenfield solar project in India.
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