“Even though coal will be the mainstay of India’s power for many years to come, there will come a time when we have to reach a non-coal system, and in that scenario, I cannot see anything except nuclear energy,” said Anil Kakodkar, former chairperson of the Atomic Energy Commission.
The biggest victim of India’s solar revolution has been land – especially hundreds of acres in arid and semi-arid regions. When a large solar park is set up, a vast patch of land goes under the solar panels.
In 2015, the Jammu and Kashmir government quietly approved two proposals to chop down thousands of trees in the state. For months, towering pines from Jammu to Kashmir were axed to pave the way for transmission lines,
Power discom BRPL has signed an agreement with India Post to promote financial inclusion and digital payments among slum dwellers in Delhi. As part of the agreement, residents of over 200 slum clusters in south and west Delhi
Bengaluru might soon emulate the French to get rid of its solid waste. The city which generates around 6,000 metric tonnes of waste every day has a notorious reputation of dumping it in the land fills in its outskirts and nearby villages.
Union minister Dharmendra Pradhan sought cooperation of the Odisha government for implementation of the Rs 6,500 crore Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) project at Chandikhole in Jajpur district.
Jindal Steel and Power Ltd (JSPL) Friday said the company has supplied 1.32 lakh tonnes of rails for the Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor’s 194-km New Khurja to Bhadan of section, a top company official said.
Months after committing a line of credit amounting to 150 million euros for 15 years to fund solar energy and solar solutions in the country, the European Investment Bank (EIB) now seeks to extend four times the credit to expand offshore wind initiatives in India.
Sets the benchmark for a powerful global movement to ensure a sustainable future for everyone The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) concluded its second Greenbuild India conference & expo
When the solar panels quietly began to generate power in December last year, 38-year-old Mallika Arjun finally heard wedding bells. A farmer neck-deep in debt, he had been unable to find a family to accept him as a groom for their daughter.