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Researchers propose new models for heat pump load forecasting in energy communities

Novel research from Germany and the USA has analyzed the impact of heat pump (HP) integration on the ability of day-ahead load forecasting in energy communities. Using different models, the scientists have also investigated whether HP loads should be forecasted separately from the rest of the household or both together.

Canadian Solar to open 5 GW solar cell factory in Indiana

Canadian Solar says it plans to invest $800 million to open a 5 GW solar cell factory in the US state of Indiana.

Bila Solar to make lightweight solar modules in US

Bila Solar – a Singapore-based developer of glassless, frameless PV modules – has announced plans to invest about $35 million to renovate a factory in Indianapolis, Indiana.


Replacing coal plant with largest energy storage project in Indiana

AES Indiana filed for a 200 MW/800 MWh battery project, which is slated to be the largest in the US state of Indiana. It will be located at the site of a partially decommissioned multi-unit coal plant that is now transitioning to gas.

Green ammonia low-hanging fruit for India’s hydrogen economy

A new report from IEEFA says green ammonia could help India significantly reduce its trillion-rupee fertilizer subsidy bill and cut dependence on liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports for fertilizer production.


Torrent Power secures PPA for 300 MW solar capacity in India

The integrated power producer will sell solar power from a plant located in Gujarat to its licensed distribution business unit at a price of INR 2.22/kWh ($0.03/kWh).


NIPSCO adds solar capacity through a 280 MW PPA

The Indiana utility plans to be coal-free by 2028 by adding a combination of cleaner energy sources to its existing mix of natural gas and hydroelectric generation.

US utility scale solar powers through 2020

Big solar projects in the U.S. are back in style and growing in number.


Instant battery electrodes – just two minutes in the microwave

Scientists in the United States have used microwaves to convert ubiquitous plastic packaging material polyethylene terephthalate into a battery electrode component. The researchers say anodes based on the material could be suitable for both lithium-ion and sodium-ion devices.


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