India’s ReNew Power seeks the Holy Grail of green energy

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India’s ReNew Power seeks the Holy Grail of green energy

Global investors back ReNew Power's ambitious effort to scale 'round-the-clock' renewable energy The wind and solar industries have long been vexed by a simple question: What happens when the sun doesn’t shine and the wind doesn’t blow?  Despite recent advances, most renewable energy sources are subject to the vagaries of nature. But this year, ReNew Power, India’s largest renewable energy provider, made headlines when it won a tender to supply 400 megawatts of 24/7 wind and solar power—a feat that, although attempted, has not yet been accomplished at that scale…

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