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Biden Seeks to Cut Energy Storage Costs By 90% Within Decade

The Biden administration announced Wednesday an ambitious goal of cutting the cost of energy storage by 90 per cent within a decade, an effort officials say is necessary to achieve the president’s climate goals. Spearheaded by the Energy Department, the plan seeks breakthroughs that will be critical for the use of power from solar, wind […]

With Focus on Solar Power, Hanwha Solutions to Carve Out Advanced Materials Business; Plans New EVA Fab in US – EQ Mag Pro

Myanmar Junta Invites Bids For New Solar Power Projects

The military regime is seeking tenders to implement 12 solar power projects to raise foreign currency, with some 40 firms including Thai and Chinese companies planning to make bids. Bids for the 12 solar power projects were invited on May 24 and tenders are to be submitted by August 11. The projects are planned to […]

Queensland sets 80 pct renewables target for Australia’s most coal-dependent state – EQ Mag Pro

North India Power Starved, But Himachal ‘Powerful’

He said the state’s demand is 300 lakh units daily, while the rest is supplied to Punjab, Delhi, Goa, among others, as per their demand. The daily per unit rate to these states varies from Rs 2.50 to Rs 5, which is quite low Shimla : While most north Indian states suffer power outages, Himachal […]

Uttar Pradesh electricity regulatory commission serves notice to UPPCL chief, and six MDs for overcharging in new power connections – EQ Mag Pro

Net zero goals need revival of ‘forgotten giant’ hydropower, IEA says

Around half of hydropower’s economically viable potential worldwide remains untapped, especially in emerging and developing economies, the IEA said. Low-carbon hydropower capacity is vital for a faster integration of wind and solar power, but its growth is set to slow by 23% this decade without a sweeping policy and investment push, the International Energy Agency […]

The importance of financial viability for the net-zero transition – EQ Mag Pro

Winds of Change Lift Indonesian Renewables

The Covid-19 pandemic has crushed Indonesia’s power sector. The economic slowdown depressed electricity demand by 15 per cent in 2020. Due to travel restrictions, construction has stalled on many Indonesian power projects that rely on imported labor. And the government recently reallocated a quarter of its infrastructure budget to finance its pandemic response, applying additional […]

Queensland sets 80 pct renewables target for Australia’s most coal-dependent state – EQ Mag Pro

NHPC’s Earns Highest Ever Profit of Rs 3233 Crore During FY 2020-21

NHPC Limited, India’s premier hydropower company and a ‘Mini Ratna’ Category-I Enterprise under Ministry of Power has declared its Audited Financial Results for the Financial Year 2020-21. The Board of Directors approved the Audited Financial Results for FY 20-21 in the e-meeting held yesterday. NHPC has reported highest ever net profit after tax of Rs […]

Solkompaniet and Niam are collaborating on a billion-dollar investment in solar parks – EQ Mag Pro

India Bets on Geothermal Energy, Green Hydrogen for a Carbon Neutral Ladakh

India is on a hunt for viable alternatives to replace its aging coal fleet and reduce its dependence on oil and gas. As the search extends beyond conventional renewables of solar, wind and power, the massive energy potential of the Himalayas has once again come into sharp focus. Following the rapid development of hydropower potential […]

Uttar Pradesh electricity regulatory commission serves notice to UPPCL chief, and six MDs for overcharging in new power connections – EQ Mag Pro

Cambodia to Receive 450 Megawatts of Solar Power by 2022

The Australian Embassy in Cambodia will support the generation of up 450 megawatts of solar energy by 2022, as the sun is one of the most economical and environmentally friendly energy sources on earth. Cambodia has a lot of potential for solar energy that can be used to produce up to 44,000 megawatts of solar […]

Queensland sets 80 pct renewables target for Australia’s most coal-dependent state – EQ Mag Pro

‘Couple Green Hydrogen With Hydropower to Create Net-Zero Future’ Says IHA

The International Hydropower Association (IHA) has released a research and policy paper that outlines how hydropower could be pivotal in supporting growth in green hydrogen. Green hydrogen is produced through electrolysis using decarbonized electricity and water, and it is set to be an important component of the transition to net-zero carbon economies, IHA said. Most […]

India’s First Green Hydrogen Fueling Station Likely To Be Commissioned In Leh By May Next Year – EQ Mag Pro

Vietnam’s Renewable Energy Output up Nearly 160 Percent in Q1

HANOI : Vietnam’s total output of electricity from renewable sources hit 9.5 billion kWh in the first four months of 2021, up 156.9 per cent year-on-year, and accounting for 11.8 per cent of the total electricity output, according to a report by Vietnam Electricity (EVN). The electricity output from solar energy alone reached 8.73 billion […]

Queensland sets 80 pct renewables target for Australia’s most coal-dependent state – EQ Mag Pro