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Australia’s first digitized PPA

The 9.4 MW Robinvale Solar Farm is Suntech’s first 100%-owned project in the Australian pipeline to come to fruition and the first solar project in the country to deploy WePower’s blockchain-based PPA architecture, which opens up opportunities for smaller corporate customers to go green with...

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05 June
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India’s IPLTech to use Faradion sodium-ion batteries for commercial vehicles

The Gurgaon-based data-driven fleet service provider—which launched India's first all-electric heavy-duty truck last year—will use Faradion's sodium-ion batteries in its commercial vehicles.UK-based Faradion has partnered Infraprime Logistics Technologies (IPLTech), a Gurgaon-based heavy goods vehicle fleet service provider, on use of its high-energy sodium-ion batteries for...

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05 June
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Green finance is more than a bubble

Felicia Jackson explains why green finance is changing the energy world and is not just a dream for solar fans. Hailing from London, she is a financial expert, a co-founder of New Energy Finance, now Bloomberg NEF, a member of the UN working group that...

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05 June
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Game theory for solar module manufacturing

Researchers in Iran have applied the Stackelberg leadership model to determine whether the creation of a closed-loop solar module supply chain – including panel refurbishing – is feasible. According to their findings, a similar supply chain may only be set up with public subsidies, which...

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05 June
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