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Hyundai needs ‘more clarity’ on India’s electric vehicles policy, per report; our take

Hyundai believes that “more clarity is needed” on India’s electric vehicles policy framework for its “right implementation”, reports the Economic Times. SS Kim, MD, Hyundai Motor India said that while India’s push towards electric mobility is a “step in the right direction”, his company is still unsure if the government’s plans for EVs were “officially […]

Off-grid solar is moving into the performance zone

The off-grid solar industry has always been bold and ambitious, from day one. Our members have truly brought about transformative change. The industry is making a lasting economic, social and environmental impact; and GOGLA is incredibly proud to represent such vital change-makers. The achievements of our industry to date are clear. We have provided 245 […]

IEEFA: Solar-plus-storage undermines coal economics by ‘hundreds of millions’ of dollars

Tumbling solar-plus-storage costs could see the hybrid technology become a money saver for US firms grappling with expensive legacy coal portfolios, according to the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). Utilities shutting down coal units ahead of their end-of-life point and replacing them with renewables, stand to reap savings in the “hundreds of […]

How Power Market Structures are Driving Demand for Energy Storage Investment

On March 19, ACORE hosted an invite-only, executive meeting in Washington, D.C. to discuss evolving business models for energy storage and hybrid projects. Participants in the event, Aligning Market Incentives to Facilitate Financing and Deployment of Energy Storage, ranged from senior-level financiers to corporate offtakers, utilities, developers and wholesale markets. MISO, ERCOT, PJM and Grid Strategies kicked off the meeting with a […]

New DoE framework puts energy storage at heart of Philippines’ energy reforms

Questions around who should own, operate and ultimately benefit from the deployment of energy storage systems could soon be resolved in the Philippines after the government Department of Energy (DoE) issued a set of draft guidelines. In order to accommodate energy storage as an enabler for the modernisation of its electricity networks, the Philippines’ Department […]