Transition To Green Economy Will Create More Jobs

Transition To Green Economy Will Create More Jobs

More than three lakh workers will be employed in the solar and wind energy sectors to meet the country’s target of generating 175 gigawatts of electricity from renewable sources by 2022, an International Labour Organisation (ILO) report said.

PSE power plants resume coal imports

PSE power plants resume coal imports

State-run thermal power plants in India’s coastal States have again begun buying overseas coal due to domestic coal shortages, government and utility officials said, in a setback for the country’s long-term plans to eliminate imports.

Oil Widens Trade Deficit To $13.7 Billion

Oil Widens Trade Deficit To $13.7 Billion

Rising crude oil prices contributed to India’s trade deficit widening to $13.72 billion in April 2018, from $13.69 billion in March, and compared with the $13.25 billion shortfall in the same month last year, according to official data released on Tuesday.

Rethinking Wind Energy

Rethinking Wind Energy

The bald tops of the Western Ghats are a pristine ecosystem replete with innumerable animal species and, apparently, an abundance of wind and windmills.

All Aboard The Nostalgia Express In Tiruchi’s Railway Museum

All Aboard The Nostalgia Express In Tiruchi’s Railway Museum

With four cast-iron water tanks from ‘Negapatam’ (Nagapattinam) punctuating the vast foyer like colon marks and a wooden bench that may have seen many stations before this one, the Railway Museum in Tiruchi is an ode to the romance of train travel in India.

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