The global energy demand is set to rise by around a third by 2040, driven by improvement in living standards, particularly in India, China and across Asia. Also, renewables will become the largest source of global power generation by then.
India is suffering due to the rising cost of power caused by China’s ability to produce cheaper manufactured goods. India-China issues were raised at the public gathering organised by the Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) in Mysore.
Potential U.S. sanctions on Venezuela’s crude oil exports would cut off the nation from Gulf Coast refiners that are among its biggest customers, likely forcing it to send more crude to China, India or other Asian countries, traders said on Wednesday.
India is expected to become the second-largest oil demand growth centre globally in 2019, behind US but ahead of China, research and consultancy group Wood Mackenzie said on Tuesday.
Taiwan-based market research company EnergyTrend, a division of TrendForce, claims China’s 5/31 New Policy had a limited effect on global solar growth last year and this, and its impact is being contained by growing demand in markets outside China.
On 26 December PM Modi inaugurated the 4.94km-long Bogibeel Bridge India’s longest rail-cum-road bridge, connecting Dibrugarh in Assam with Dhemaji in Arunachal Pradesh.
India has consistently conveyed its concerns over the Brahmaputra river to China and urged the country to ensure that interests of downstream states are not harmed by any activities in the upstream areas, the government informed the Lok Sabha on Thursday.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions will rise in 2018 with a new record from fossil fuels and industry for the second consecutive year, a leading scientific study released in this Polish city on Wednesday said, naming India and China
It’s not shaping up as a merry Christmas for coal exporters to Asia as the region’s top buyers, China and India, pull back from the recent trend of strong imports. The Chinese authorities appear to be making good on a commitment
While New Delhi and other Indian cities choke amid worsening air conditions and half-hearted government measures, neighbouring China — the world’s largest polluter — is slowly winning its war against pollution.