In the current report which is the 2nd in this series of reports, we cover all the electrochemical technologies (except Li-ion and Advanced lead acid) which are of interest for stationary storage applications. These applications can range from small home backup systems to large grid storage installations for frequency regulation, industrial UPS systems and long duration storage of renewable energy.
We wish that through this report weRead More
Initial conceptualization and work on high temperature batteries was initiated as early as in the 1950s at variousRead More
A lot of the initial fuel cell development work was conducted in the 1970s at NASA. Fuel cells were used in the Apollo mission as onRead More
India’s battery demand is projected to rise from 3 billion $ in 2017 to 7.5 billion $ by 2022 (Source: CES Analysis). Lithium-ion battery technology is projected to be the leading technology for electricRead More
On behalf of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), the Nationally Determined Contribution-Transport Initiative for Asia (NDC-TIA) is a joint project of seven organisations and with the engagement of China, India, and Vietnam.
This report has been prepared by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) with support from the U.S. Department of State to inform a broader dialogue around the future direction of India’s approach to enabling energy storage investments.
Stationary Energy Storage in India (SESI) Conference & Virtual Expo focused on the roadmap and outlook for stationary energy storage in India took place on 8 April 2021.
Stationary Energy Storage in India (SESI) Conference & Virtual Expo focused on the roadmap and outlook for stationary energy storage in India took place on 8 April 2021. This was a unique platform to interact, network and learn about market landscape, government policies, new projects & tender updates, Insights from national and international storage projects, current and future technology outlook for stationary storage.
The 8th Electric Mobility event ‘India e-Mobility Conclave 2021 (IMC 2021) focused on roadmap and outlook for e-mobility in India took place on 25th Feb.
On 4th June 2021, IESA had organized a close room virtual roundtable among key raw materials players, government officials, and potential manufacturers to discuss on the requirement.
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With the rapid adoption of solar energy in India there is a strong need for exploring the roleRead More
Most parts of India suffer from significant power shortages. The southern region of India has around 20%Read More
The installed capacity of the wind farm is considered as 20MW. Due to high seasonal fluctuation of wind,Read More
The island operates Diesel Generators (DGs) for the source of power. In 2013 Port Blair authorities installed solar PVRead More
All the IESA member can be part of this community and help us making the difference.Read More
There are many concurrent benefits of a micro-grid. Firstly, it helps in exploitation of local renewable energy resource through DRERead More
A Micro-grid is a stand-alone small transmission and distribution network which leverages on decentralizedRead More