India is wooing private investors to contribute to clean initiatives such as renewable energy, green buildings and electric vehicles to meet its ambitious targets under the Paris Agreement even as finance from developed countries seems to dry up, the government has said.
Union Environment Minister Harsh Vardhan today said India is developing a blueprint for implementing its Nationally Determined Contributions on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
The elevation of M Venkaiah Naidu as vice-president will create another vacancy in the Union Council of Ministers that could prompt Prime Minister Narendra Modi to expand it soon after the monsoon session of Parliament in August.
Around 2000 Auto, Taxi and Bus Drivers expected to attend the event
Petroleum Conservation Research Association (PCRA), the national government agency engaged in promoting energy efficiency in various sectors of economy and Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL)
Aiming to cut down emissions, India on Thursday announced a national mission on cleaner coal utilisation and setting up of two centres of excellence on clean coal technologies entailing an expenditure of $248 million.
This week at the Clean Energy Ministerial, a series of high-level meetings being held in Beijing that brings together countries that are investing significantly in research and development for the clean energy transition
An Indian delegation led by Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Minister for Science & Technology, Earth Sciences and environment, Forest & Climate Change will be participating in the Second Mission Innovation and eighth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8) along with senior officials from the ministry starting from today in Beijing, China.
Shri K.K.Sharma, Director (Operations), NTPC has been awarded for his outstanding contribution in the field of Fuel Science by Shri Harsh Vardhan