- Aug 26, 2021 4:33 pm GMT
1) Chinese wind turbine manufacturer MingYang rolls out 16 MW turbine, w/commercial prod'n by 2024.
2) California plans to add five 30 MW temporary natural gas-fired plants by mid-Sept, to enhance grid reliability.
3) Hyundai will offer wireless charging on its luxury Genesis GV 60 in S. Korea late next year, w/hardware supplied by WiTricity. No word yet on plans for U.S. markets.
4) Battery swap start-up Ample nabs another $160 million in series C funding to expand charging battery swap infrastructure.
5) Swedish steelmaker SSAB sends world's first fossil-free steel to Volvo with iron reduction using 100% hydrogen. Plan is for commercial deliveries by 2026. Other H2 steel projects eyed by major producers for Germany and Spain.
6) A number of companies see solar components detained at U.S. ports, following the Biden administration's ban on equipment using raw materials from Hoshine Silicon, based on concerns about forced labor in China's Xinjiang region.
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