GCL System Integration (GCL-SI) has introduced a perovskite solar module with a power output of 320 W and a power conversion efficiency of 16.02 per cent. The module weighs 34.5 kg and has dimensions of 2,005 mm x 1,005 mm x 35 mm. It features 3.2 mm semi-tempered glass and is encapsulated with a film made of polyolefin elastomer. It can function at operating temperatures between -40 °Celsius and 85 °Celsius, with a system voltage of up to 1,000 V. The company guarantees that after 10 years the power output will be no less than 90 per cent of the nominal power output. This output will then decrease to 80 per cent after 25 years of operation. The company’s pursuit of perovskite development is reportedly driven by the potential for significantly lower costs compared to silicon products.
Aramco, the largest oil company in Saudi Arabia, plans to generate 12 GW of renewable energy by 2030. The company stated in its most recent sustainability report that it intends to decarbonize the power supply […]
NTPC Ltd signed a Statement of Intent (SoI) with NITI Aayog to create NTPC’s net zero GHG emissions Roadmap. The SoI intends to formalise a framework of collaboration between the parties to assist NTPC in […]
China Petrochemical Corp has announced plans to build the country’s first long-distance hydrogen pipeline stretching over 400 km from Inner Mongolia to Beijing. As per the company’s statement, the pipeline will bolster China’s efforts towards […]