‘India Is Looking At 30 % Carbon Emission Cut By 2030’

‘India Is Looking At 30 % Carbon Emission Cut By 2030’

The Union Government’s target of achieving 200 GW renewable energy production in the country by 2022 is humongous, but possible, said Chitra Rajagopal, Director General of Defence Research and Development Organisation (System Analysis and Programme).

Conference Stresses Need To Tap Renewable Energy Sources More

Conference Stresses Need To Tap Renewable Energy Sources More

Efforts towards sustainable living in India is still a baby crawling, but India will be able to reduce carbon emissions up to 30% by 2030, and at the same time achieve 220GW renewable energy production by 2022, Chitra Rajagopal, director general, systems and modelling, Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO) said.

How GST will reshape the Indian solar industry

How GST will reshape the Indian solar industry

On July 1, 2017, India embraced the Goods and Services Tax (GST) legislation. Touted as one of the major financial reforms since Independence, the legislation had initially created apprehension in the minds of taxpayers and entrepreneurs alike.

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