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New Energy Storage "Water Battery" Breakthrough: Look Ma, No Underground Powerhouse

Clean Power For all the excitement over the next big thing in lithium-ion batteries, the simple fact is that plain old water is the only large scale, long duration energy storage medium available today in the US and in many other parts of the world.

Aug 25, 2020 by Tina Casey
Green Tech News
Tocardo takes over the largest tidal array in the world

Dutch tidal turbines business Tocardo has struck a deal to acquire the 1.25MW Oosterschelde Tidal Power Plant, the largest tidal array in the world installed on the Oosterscheldekering. The acquisition follows technical due diligence phase during September 2020.

Oct 12, 2020 by Offshore Energy
Renewables Blogs
Lowest shortlisted bid in Saudi 1.47 GW tender was $0.0161/kWh

Saudi Arabia has announced the shortlisted bidders of the second round of its National Renewable Energy Program (NREP) tender, which includes four solar plants totaling 1.4 GW, in addition to another procurement round for two PV facilities equaling 70 MW.

Apr 03, 2020 by Emiliano Bellini
Renewables Blogs
A Ridiculously Huge New Solar Farm Just Came Online in China

The Chinese economy has suffered as a result of the pandemic, but one sector that's forging full-steam ahead is energy. Last week saw the opening of a massive new solar farm -the second-largest in the world-in the northwest province of Qinghai.

Oct 10, 2020 by Vanessa Bates Ramirez
World News
Wave, wind and PV: The innovative floating Ocean Hybrid Platform

The goal is to internationalise Sinn Power's ocean hybrid platform as a complete off-grid energy solution to provide people near coasts worldwide with renewable energy. Sinn Power has been developing and building innovative wave energy systems since 2015.

May 26, 2020 by PV Europe
Green Industry Blogs
The coronavirus crisis reminds us that electricity is more indispensable than ever

The huge disruption caused by the coronavirus crisis has highlighted how much modern societies rely on electricity. Millions of people are now confined to their homes, resorting to teleworking to do their jobs, e-commerce sites to do their shopping, and streaming video platforms to find entertainmen

Mar 30, 2020 by Linkedin Pulse
World News
Crops under solar panels can be a win-win

Solar panels might seem like they're in direct competition with plants. One is catching sunlight to do photosynthesis, the other wants to take it to push electrons. Surely Highlander rules apply, and there can be only one on a plot of land, right? In reality, it's not a zero-sum game.

Sep 06, 2019 by Scott K. Johnson via ArsTechnica
Green Industry Blogs



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