Economies of Scale

Demand, policies, key investments for the development of green hydrogen – pv magazine International

Ruchi Gupta is a researcher at the Institute of Environmental Sciences at the University of Geneva. It focuses on how flexibility options, such as sector coupling with hydrogen production, can support the integration of renewables and decarbonize a wide range of sectors. June 16, 2021 Blake matich pv magazine: Your …

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A bright-field selfie camera could come on your next smartphone

TL; DR Wooptix and PoLight, backed by Intel, have developed a camera module and software kit to bring light field selfies to smartphones. You can re-center the photos after taking them or create 3D photos. It’s unclear how close this could be to production. Have you ever taken a selfie …

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Enapter highlights the advantages of AEM electrolysers

The final piece of the decarbonization puzzle: Enapter highlights the benefits of AEM electrolysers It’s full steam ahead for Enapter as the hydrogen tech specialist targets fall 2021 for the start of construction of its mass production plant in Germany, and looks to late 2022 / early 2023 for first …

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Less is not always more: austerity policy and its flaws

Manohar Lal Khattar would have found a soul mate in Mr. Micawber of Charles Dickens about the latter’s famous advice on the virtues of saving: “Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen nineteen six, result in happiness. . Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds should and six, result …

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Experts Question High Price of Covaxin in Private Market Amid Government Subsidy for R&D | India News

MUMBAI: The price of the locally made Covid-19 vaccine, Covaxin, developed by Bharat Biotech, which at Rs 1,410 per dose is almost double that of the Serum Institute’s Covishield has raised problems in the vaccine ecosystem. Covaxin is the most expensive jab in the private market and even higher than …

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Why the world is in a maritime crisis

Your favorite brands pay 10 times the regular price of shipping your stuff across the ocean. Shortages also abound. All thanks to a chaos in the maritime trade that has been going on since last year. See more stories on the Insider business page. The price of a shipping container …

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Pinedale roundup | UP Energy becomes PureWest

SUBLETTE COUNTY – What’s in a name? With the acquisition of the assets of Pinedale Energy Partners Operators, Anticline’s largest natural gas producer is once again changing its name to pursue a new image. With the continued decline in natural gas prices and a competitive market, Ultra is carving out …

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Sinch buys MessageMedia for $ 1.3 billion to compete with Twilio in enterprise SMS services – TechCrunch

Sinch – the Swedish company which provides a suite of services to businesses to integrate communications and in particular “customer engagement” into their services by means of APIs – has made another acquisition in its global market to grow its business and compete more directly Twilio. The company announced today …

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