TU Delft scientists have proposed a new methodology for off-grid PV-battery-electrolyzer-fuel cell systems in remote areas.
German power utility EnBW says its new pumped hydro storage project will require an investment of €280 million ($304.9 million). It is scheduled for completion by the end of 2027.
Australian gravity storage startup Green Gravity has revealed that it will build a new R&D facility in the Australian state of New South Wales.
A Chinese research group has combined compressed CO2 with combined heating and power (CHP) units for renewable energy storage. The system has achieved a total energy efficiency of 35.96% and an energy storage density of 1.54 kWh/m3.
USAID’s South Asia Regional Energy Partnership (SAREP) says in a new report that Indian green hydrogen demand will reach 2.85 million metric tons (MMT) per year by 2030.
Coal-dependent Indonesia has huge solar potential but progress toward a net zero economy has been sluggish, explain Daniel Kurniawan and Fabby Tumiwa from the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), an Indonesian thinktank.
The authorities on the Spanish island of Gran Canaria have decided to resume work on a 200 MW pumped hydro project after they determined that cavities and canals in a water reservoir are not archeologically significant.
Developed by Chinese researchers, the system is designed to reach a heating capacity of 5.7 kW and an overall coefficient of performance of 1.40 at nominal conditions. It is made with an engine unit, a heat pump unit, and a gas resonator unit in a loop.
Two Norwegian companies are designing floating concentrating photovoltaic thermal technology that can produce both electricity and heat. It is intended for use in carbon capture projects and to be supported by an industrial heat pump system.
As of the end of March, Chile had 4,748 MW of PV projects under construction, 19,832 MW of solar projects approved, and another 4,660 MW under review.
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