According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), India will be the fastest growing energy consumer and market by 2040, resulting in the need for increased use of renewable energy.
India’s First Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powered Bus From Tata Motors Is Here! Made In India Bus Only Emits Water
Tata Motors in collaboration with Indian Oil Corporation has flagged off trials of India’s very first Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus.
Solar funding grew last year as approximately 9.6 GW of new solar installations were added to the Indian grid
In 2017, the Indian solar sector logged over $10 billion (~₹650 billion) in financing activity, according to Mercom Capital Group’s recently released 2017 Q4 and Annual India Solar Market Update.
Domestic equipment major, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has secured a significant order worth Rs.736 Crore for supply of Steam Generators from Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limted (NPCIL).
After Dropping Policy Plan, NITI Aayog Asks Seven Ministries To Frame Guidelines For Electric Vehicles
Government think-tank NITI Aayog has asked at least seven ministries to frame guidelines to encourage the use of electric vehicles (EVs), Mint has reported.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today called for concessional financing and less-risky funds for solar projects to raise the share of solar power in the energy basket, provide cheaper electricity and cut carbon emissions.
At the founding conference of the International Solar Alliance on Sunday, India announced one of the world’s largest investment plans in solar energy.
The International Solar Alliance(ISA) could extend its membership to countries beyond the inter-tropical zone as a means to expand the scope of harnessing solar energy across the globe.
Over this weekend, India will host, The International Solar Alliance Summit 2018, the largest congregation of countries committed to the development of solar power.
Energy Efficiency Services (EESL), a state-run venture, expects wider participation from auto manufacturers for its new global tender to procure 10,000 electric cars to replace government vehicles in India.