Karnataka has overtaken Gujarat to become the third highest producer of renewable energy after Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra.
The Centre has given green signal to MRPL for upgrading its existing facilities in Karnataka to produce and supply fuel as per BS VI specification, which would entail an investment of Rs 1,810 crore.
AIming to enhance the solar power market in Karnataka, Rays Power Infra on Wednesday announced the completion of its 5.5 MWp Solar PV equity project in the state.
Taking cue from Prime Minster Narendra Modi’s ardent appeal in Paris Climate Conference in 2015 to make India a solar-powered nation
The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved setting up of 10 new indigenous nuclear power reactors of 700 MW capacity each, including two at Kaiga in Karnataka.
Shares of Suzlon Energy advanced over 2 per cent in early trade on Tuesday after wind turbine manufacturer on Monday informed bourses that the group has bagged an order of 50.4 MW to supply 24 units of its S111 turbines of 120 meters from a power producer for its project in Karnataka.
Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has set another record in the wind power capacity addition by adding over 5400 MW in 2016-17 against the target of 4000 MW.
ABB India restores crucial power infrastructure in record time for Karnataka, wins smart technology award
ABB India has restored and modernized the critical 1,035 MW Sharavathi hydropower plant in Karnataka, which approximately accounts for 25 percent of the state utility Karnataka Power Corporation’s power generation.
Tamil Nadu, one of India’s strongest solar states, has issued a further call for national and international consortiums to express interest in developing a 500 MW solar park in the state.
Heat that can give you blisters. Fluoride contaminated water that can leave your bones brittle. Endless stretches of barren land where rains have stayed away for almost half a century.