India on Monday offered a grant of USD 20 million to Tajikistan for financing development projects in the resource-rich Central Asian country as President Ram Nath Kovind and his Tajik counterpart held talks and reaffirmed their determinatio
Making plans keeping in view the goal of limiting global temperature rise to under 1.5 degree Celsius gives countries such as India an opportunity to develop a more sustainable energy industry, according to an Indian co-author of the recent IPCC report.
City-based Greenko Energy Holdings, a renewable energy company, announced Monday that it has signed a pact to buy the assets of Pune-based Skeiron Green Renewables in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.
Suzlon, this country’s largest maker of wind power gear, is looking at monetising some of its assets, amid an anticipated rise in sales volume from the next financial year, both at home and abroad.
Overall, renewable energy will continue to grow to 2023, accounting for 40 percent of energy consumption growth as countries cut their greenhouse gas emissions to try and keep global warming in check
Bioenergy from liquid biofuels and biogas will lead growth in renewable energy consumption to 2023, due to its rising use in the heating and transport sectors, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
India crossed the milestone of 25 GW of installed solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity, as of August 2018. Out of the installed capacity, rooftop solar PV accounts for over 2.5 GW. Compared to large-scale solar,
Wind turbines, designed as an alternative to fossil fuels, still contribute to climate change due to the way they redistribute heat and moisture in the atmosphere, according to a study published on Thursday.
From lights to air-conditioners and even trains, everything at four underground metro stations will now be operated on solar power. Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) has commissioned a 103kWp (kilowattpeak) capacity rooftop
Himachal Pradesh, a hill state, has vast potential for generating renewable energy. The state government is looking for investors to tap into this vast potential so that it could be a win-win situation for both the state as well as the investors.
India should add 25 Gw renewable power capacity every year till 2030 in order to achieve its green energy targets, ReNew Power Chairman and CEO Sumant Sinha said today.