China is making a monumental change in how it governs its energy sector: by giving itself an energy ministry. Beijing announced earlier this month that the country’s vast oil, gas, coal and power sectors will be overseen by an energy ministry, which would replace an existing regulator.
India has been ranked at 78th, lower than its emerging market peers like Brazil and China, among 114 countries on the World Economic Forum’s Energy Transition Index that was topped by Sweden.
A group of major global corporates has urged the EU to ensure its future financial initiatives and policy efforts are aligned with the bloc’s climate goals.
A 4-member Iranian parliamentary delegation, as part of the Iran-India Parliamentary Friendship Group, visited India for three days from February 26.
Beijing-based Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank has approved $285 million in loans to Bangladesh for three power and energy-related projects, a senior official of the AIIB said on Monday, and more are on the way.
UK-India research projects on ‘Water Quality Research’ and ‘Energy Demand Reduction in Built Environment’ were launched today by Dr V K Saraswa
An international seminar on ‘Energy resources and materials important to protect the environment’ would be held at Sir CR Reddy Autonomous College in Eluru on February 12 and 13.
Two top officials of Morocco and Belgium met here on Thursday to discuss the important opportunities for cooperation between the two countries in the field of renewable energies.
With 187 generation units, the company’s operations are spread across the country, helping meet the base load for India’s power demand.
Quest for cheaper electricity: CM says no employee will lose his job, shutdown decision taken due to lack of power demand in state and availability of cheaper power from alternative sources.