In a bid to promote the use of Methanol in industry, the government think-tank NITI Aayog is working on a plan that will allow India to use the alternate fuel for meeting BS VI specifications for automobiles
Coal will remain India’s main energy source for the next three decades although its share will gradually fall as the country pushes renewable power generation, according to a government report seen by Reuters
The Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University, together with NITI Aayog and the Confederation of Indian Industry
Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant is taking no chance in promoting the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs). With oil prices perennially increasing,
Electric vehicles are the future of India’s transportation system and could save billions of dollars in fuel cost while also reducing pollution, a report released by NITI Aayog on Friday said.
In a game-changing move for India’s mobility, energy and environment needs, Niti Aayog has recommended fiscal incentives for electric vehicles (EV) manufacturers and discouraging privately-owned petrol- and diesel-fuelled vehicles.
India could save as much as $60 billion in energy costs by 2030 and one gigatonne of carbon emissions between 2017 and 2030 by adopting more electric and shared vehicles
Progress On Renewable Energy, LED Bulbs and Rural Housing Gets A Pat From PM Modi At The Review Of Key Infrastructure Sectors
The Prime Minister called for establishment of some model solar cities, where the power requirement is fulfilled solely by solar energy. A similar effort, he said can be made to make certain localities kerosene-free.
Prime Minister, Narendra Modi on Monday reviewed progress of key infrastructure sectors including petroleum and natural gas, power, renewable energy and housing. The review meeting, which came soon after the review of connectivity-related infrastructure sectors in the last week of April, lasted for about three hours, and was attended by top officials from PMO, NITI Aayog and all infrastructure Ministries of the Government of India.
Around three quarters of our power comes from coal powered plants today and this scenario will not change significantly over the coming decades
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked officials to use modern technology , including geo-tagging and use of UAVs and drones for rigorous monitoring of infrastructure projects.