clean energy

High Efficiency Ultrathin Solar Cell Developed by UK based Researchers
Imperial College London and University of London utilize 'Cation Disorder Engineering' that enhances the power conversion efficiency of the solar cell. The established cell is 100 times thinner than silicon based commercial solar cells as well as its power conversion effectiveness was found to be more than 9.1%.
Feb 24, 2022 // Technology, clean energy, Solar Panels, solar cells, Imperial College London, solar wafers, AgBiS2, Cation Disorder Engineering, University College London
Chile to Hold 5.25 GWh RE Auctions Over Following 15 Years
The Chilean Energy Regulator seeks to provide even more electricity to the national system over a period of 15 years from 2027. Chile's advancing PV installments has expanded to 4.6 GW at the end of March, 2021.
Feb 17, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Rooftop PV, clean energy, Chile, South america, Latin america, renewable auction
Lightsource bp Obtains Solar Projects Totalling 156 MWp in Italy
Lightsource bp in Italy remains to enhance its utility range solar portfolio by getting 3 projects from Horizon Firm, a trusted programmer specialized in solar, totalling 156MWp throughout the country.
May 11, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, clean energy, Italy, Lightsource BP, Europe, solar plant, solar projects, solar portfolio, Horizon Firm, Christian Chiaruzzi, Agostino Costantino, Giovanni Mascari
Atlas Secures Finance for 359 MW Solar Project in Brazil
Atlas Renewable Energy, a leading renewable energy firm in the Americas, introduced today that it has actually acquired a USD 150 million lending from IDB Invest, a participant of IDB Team, and from DNB Bank ASA (the largest economic services team in Norway) to finance the building and construction of its Lar do Sol-- Casablanca project, a 359MWp solar project to be developed in Brazil that will give tidy energy to Anglo American's operations in Minas Gerais.
May 7, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, clean energy, South america, Brazil, Atlas Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy, Carlos Barrera, Solar Project, Gian Franco Carassale, IDB, Emilio Fabbrizzi
Batteries Better Than Gas at Satisfying Australia's Future Peaking Requirements
In September last year, the Scott Morrison-led Australian federal government had actually announced that it was establishing a target for the electrical energy field to reach last financial investment choices by the end of April 2021, towards supplying 1000 MW of brand-new dispatchable energy by summer 2023-24, to make sure that the coal-fired Liddell power plant could be folded in 2023 according to routine.
Apr 15, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, Storage, clean energy, Australia, Oceania, Clean Energy Council, Kane Thornton, CEC, Australian Energy Market Operator, Battery Storage Over Gas Peakers
REBA Provides Leading 10 US Large Power Buyers in 2020, Amazon No. 1.
REBA has actually released the listing of Top 10 United States big clean power purchasers for the year 2020 with Amazon at the top with procurements worth 3.163 GW.
Feb 12, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, clean energy, Amazon, Facebook, Google, McDonald's, Miranda Ballentine, Deal Tracker Top 10, Large Energy Buyers, REBA, Top 10 Large Energy Buyers
Biden Administration Clears $100 Mn for DOE to Purchase Clean Energy Solutions
Biden Management's climate innovation agenda will see United States DOE invest USD 100 million in funding for transformative tidy energy innovation
Feb 12, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, clean energy, USA, finance, North America, Joe Biden, Biden Clean Energy, research and development
ADB Approves $231 Mn Loan to Increase Clean Energy Supply in Assam
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has actually authorized a $231 million lending to create the Lower Kopili Hydroelectric Power (LKHEP) plant in Central Assam, India.
Jan 4, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, clean energy, India, ADB, Asia, Asian Development Bank, Assam, Electricity, Len George
Sharp to release new solar power plant in main Vietnam
Japanese electronic devices large Sharp Corporation will start running a 45-MW solar energy plant in the main district of Ninh Thuan this month.
Jul 1, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, clean energy, Sharp, Asia, Vietnam, Renewable Energy, PV Power Plant, Sharp Corporation, Ninh Thuan Province
ENGIE North America Adds Solar to Renewables Portfolio
ENGIE North America, an independent power manufacturer and also power performance providers, has actually authorized a significant tax obligation equity funding for its renewables profile.
Apr 13, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, clean energy, USA, Solar, Solar Energy, North America, pv projects, Renewable Energy, Solar Power, bank of america, climate changeEast Fork, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, ENGIE North America, ERCOT, Gwenaelle Avice-Huet, HSBCindependent power producer, Jumbo Hill, photovoltaicpv modules, renewables portfolio, tax equity financing
IIT-M creates new tech of hydrogen production from saltwater
A research team from India’s IIT-M has created an innovative method of climate-safe hydrogen generation from saline water.
Jan 17, 2020 // Solar to Fuel, clean energy, India, Asia, hydrogen, IIT-M, Seawater
Another Florida City Targets 100% Clean Energy
The city council of Satellite Beach, Fla., has unanimously passed a resolution committing the city to transition to 100% clean, renewable energy for the entire community by 2050 and for municipal operations by 2032.
Aug 9, 2019 // Solar, clean energy, USA, Sierra Club, Florida, Satellite Beach, Leslie Maloney
Clean Energy Policy Push Faces Steep Climb Ahead of 2020 Election
There’s no shortage of ideas for supporting renewables on Capitol Hill. Gridlock has experts doubtful of near-term progress.
Jul 18, 2019 // Storage, Policy, clean energy, USA, storage, Washington, ITC, Ron Wyden’s, America, Wetstone, PTC, Canadian Solar, North America
Georgia Power Boosts Plan for Renewables and Storage After Local Stakeholder Push
The Southern Company-owned utility’s larger-than-expected storage rollout points toward a big new market in the Southeast.
Jul 18, 2019 // Storage, clean energy, USA, storage, Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables, ENERGY STORAGE, Georgia, RESOURCES, SOUTHERN COMPANY, UTILITY-SCALE SOLAR, FP&L's, Carolinas, Southern Alliance, Allen Reaves, Georgia Power, Europe, North America
The World Is Spending the Least on Clean Energy in Six Years
Worldwide investments in clean energy projects have hit a six-year low. Global spending totaled $117.6 billion in the first half of 2019, down 14% from a year earlier and the least since 2013, according to a report by BloombergNEF. Investments slowed in all three major markets -- the U.S., Europe and China -- but China’s decline was especially pronounced as the country continued its shift away from subsidies for solar and wind power.
Jul 10, 2019 // Solar, clean energy, Lithium-ion batteries, storage, Canada, Hydrostor, Energy, North America