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Pylontech to open battery factory in Italy

Pylontech says it plans to build a new manufacturing facility in Veneto, northern Italy. The company will operate the factory under a joint venture with its Italian partner, Energy Spa.

Indian utility launches 13.8 GW pumped storage tender

Rewa Ultra Mega Solar has launched a tender to allocate sites to develop 13.8 GW of cumulative pumped hydro storage capacity in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Prospective developers must submit their bids by July 4.


Bslbatt presents new wall-mounted residential battery

Chinese manufacturer Bslbatt claims that its newest product is the world’s thinnest high-voltage residential battery. It can purportedly operate for more than 6,000 cycles and has a 90% depth of discharge.


Planned US neighborhood is all-electric, solar-powered, storm-resilient

Vermont Governor Phil Scott and Senator Peter Welch attended the groundbreaking for a new microgrid neighborhood in South Burlington, Vermont, that will put solar on every home and an electric-vehicle charger in every garage.

The Hydrogen Stream: CIP plans 7 GW of electrolysis hub in Australia

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has announced plans to develop an AUD 30 billion ($19,95 billion) green hydrogen production hub on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula, while a new research study shows the feasibility of gas-to-hydrogen pipeline conversion in Western Australia.

Sinexcel unveils silicon carbide hybrid inverters for residential applications

Sinexcel’s new inverters offer an efficiency rating of 97.5% to 98.0% and a European efficiency range of 97.2% to 97.5%.


Indian developer secures 300 MW renewables project with $0.050/kWh bid

Ayana Renewable Power says it will develop more than 1 GW of solar and wind capacity, supplemented with a storage solution, to ensure round-the-clock power supplies.

Novel approach to PV-battery-electrolyzer-fuel cell systems

TU Delft scientists have proposed a new methodology for off-grid PV-battery-electrolyzer-fuel cell systems in remote areas.


New model to assess levelized cost of hydrogen in PV-powered electrolysis

Scientists in Singapore have developed a methodology to calculate the levelized cost of hydrogen in green hydrogen facilities powered by photovoltaics, emphasizing the need for a levelized cost of storage (LCOH) below $10/kg to enable green hydrogen to compete with gray, blue, and orange hydrogen in the current technology landscape.

Key takeaways from Solar + Storage España

RE+ held the Solar + Storage España event in Barcelona on May 10 and 11, in collaboration with pv magazine. Our team of editors curated and hosted the two-day “Sun of Spain to Lead Europe” conference.

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