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Viability of ‘direct’ green hydrogen fuel production evaluated by US researchers

Rather than using solar or wind to power electrolysis, researchers are testing the competitiveness of photoelectrochemical cells to produce emissions-free hydrogen fuels.

Reviewing the US solar panel value chain manufacturing capacity in light of IRA

From polysilicon to panels through recycling, how much domestic capacity does the US have?

Five actions for effective renewables finance risk management

In some instances, the cost of insurance could exceed 25% of annual operating and maintenance expenses, said insurance broker Marsh. The firm offers five actions to properly evaluate risks and drive portfolio growth.

Renewable energy institutional investment has gone ‘from niche to mainstream’

Term Loan B funding may be a multi-trillion-dollar pool made available to renewable energy development. KeyBanc managing director Andrew Redinger shares his view of the evolving market in a white paper.

Global trends for solar in 2023

Component cost declines, local manufacturing and distributed energy are the three big trends for the renewable energy sector this year, according to S&P Global.

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New EV battery offers 50% more energy density than traditional lithium-ion batteries

Ionblox says it will use $32 million of series B funding to support the buildout of a novel silicon anode electric vehicle battery.

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Multi-day iron-air batteries to be hosted in former US coal sites

Form Energy will install two 10 MW / 1,000 MWh batteries on the sites of Xcel Energy’s former coal-fired plants.

Four global trends in solar and storage in 2023

A review of recent solar and storage related trends as seen by IHS Markit.

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Solar electric camper boat

The POL Lux from Sweden is a catamaran boat design with dual electric motors and a solar canopy that can covert into a private sleeping area.

World to expand renewable energy capacity by 75% by 2027, says IEA

The International Energy Agency (IEA) says the world will deploy as much renewable energy in the next five years as it did over the last two decades.

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