Opec, the grouping of oil exporting countries, has agreed to India’s proposal for setting up a joint working group to asses future scenarios for the oil industry as energy mix in major economies undergo rapid changes due to expansion in renewable sources, oil minister Dharmendra Pradhan told TOI on Thursday.
Howrah station, Kolkata’s iconic red-bricked edifice, is set to go green. Come August, the largest and second-oldest railway station in the country will switch over to solar power to meet its daytime energy needs.
India will flex its market muscle to secure better terms from Opec when ministers from the cartel of oil exporting countries, accounting for roughly 35% of global supplies, meet this week to discuss extending the production cut deal to prop up prices.
U.S. natural gas storage was expected to end the April-October injection season at a below-normal 3.7 trillion cubic feet (tcf) at the end of October, according to analysts.
The Modi government’s decision to ramp up generation of nuclear power with indigenous reactors takes India back full circle.
The railways plans to install Light Emitting Diodes (LED) named display boards at major railways stations of Ratlam division. The list of stations also includes Indore and Ujjain.
At a time when the Centre’s focus is on the generation of power through alternative resources, IIEST, Shibpur has designed a micro-grid, where energy from the sun, wind and bio-gas will be stored, ready to electrify areas that are yet to see the “light”.
India has overtaken the US to become the second-most attractive country after China for renewable energy investment, according to a report by UK accountancy firm EY.
Even though there is no load shedding in the city, Nagpurians had to go without power for hours many times this summer.
Bengal is going solar this time to run generators that will pump water to a reservoir uphill in Purulia’s Ayodhya Hills during off peak hours, 10 years after the successful installation of Purulia Pumped Storage Project.