The drive for the deployment of solar in India has gained further momentum as the Ministry of Shipping has recently
Tata Power in a regulatory filing on August 16 informed that its Singapore-based arm, Tata Power International Pte (TPIPL) has completed sale of its 50% stake in OTP Geothermal Pte to KS Orka Renewables (KS Orka) for a consideration of $30 millio
Tata Power Solar, one of the largest integrated solar companies in India, has successfully commissioned a 100 Megawatt solar project for NTPC Ltd in Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh
Large potential of growth for bio-fuels in the country to grow from present Rs. 6500 crore to Rs. 1 lakh crore in the next 10 years.
The Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Petroleum & Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan along with the Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Power, Coal, Mines and RE, Piyush Goyal jointly addressed a gathering in the capital at the National Conference on the World Bio-Fuel Day.
The Government is implementing several scheme for the promotion of Solar Power in the country.
From barely about 2,400 mega watt of solar power in 2014, India today boasts of over 8000 mw of solar power capacity–which is nearly three and a half times increase in just two years.
In order to reduce dependence on fossil fuels, Ministry of Railways has planned to harness 1000 MW of solar power through
India and the USA are exploring the possibilities to establish the US-India Clean Energy Hub, as a coordinating mechanism in partnership with leading Indian financial institutions, with a view to increase renewable energy investment in India.
The UnnatJyoti by Affordable LEDs for All (UJALA) is a voluntary programme which is being implemented by Energy
Renewable Energy On A Rise in India: 33029.39 MU Wind Power & 7447.92 MU Solar Power Generated During 2015-16
A capacity addition target of 4000 MW and 12000 MW has been proposed for generation of electricity by wind and solar respectively during 2016-17 and a total of 315 MW have been installed under Solar Roof top Scheme. Power generated from these projects is being used for both domestic and captive use.
Energy Conservation was never this popular before. From households to government buildings to hospitals and public transport including the Railways, the talk is on efficiency and energy conservation.