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Indian Renewable Market Has Taken a Turn For The Worst

Indian Renewable Market Has Taken a Turn For The Worst

As per a government minister, “So this becomes 140,000-145,000 MW. In hydro, we have installed capacity of around 45,000 MW and under installation, capacity...

Renewable energy other-renewables | December 23, 2019 | By Hemant Arora 957 readings

Stable grid is necessary to meet India's energy goals, states study

Stable grid is necessary to meet India's energy goals, states study

A stud published by Assocham-Pwc mentions that India needs a stable grid network that can meet the weather fluctuations. The stable grid network will then ensure...

Renewable energy other-renewables | December 23, 2019 | By Hemant Arora 1021 readings

Red-hot South in harnessing and generating green energy

Red-hot South in harnessing and generating green energy

In the past decade or so, the South has made its contribution in the area of renewable energy. Tamil Nadu, for instance, has scripted a success story in harnessing...

Renewable energy other-renewables | December 21, 2019 | By Hemant Arora 1025 readings

Growth in India’s renewable energy sector has dropped to a five-year low

Growth in India’s renewable energy sector has dropped to a five-year low

Government officials said that curtailment of generation by states and slowdown in overall electricity demand are the key factors behind the low renewable energy...

Renewable energy other-renewables | December 21, 2019 | By Hemant Arora 883 readings

India’s Share Grows to 9% for Renewable Energy

India’s Share Grows to 9% for Renewable Energy

The percentage of renewable energy in India's energy mix has grown steadily to nearly 9 percent from the 2014-2015 levels. But, the current installed renewable...

Renewable energy other-renewables | December 19, 2019 | By Hemant Arora 7348 readings

Graphite May Scuttle Ride Out for Li-Ion Batteries for Electric Vehicles

Graphite May Scuttle Ride Out for Li-Ion Batteries for Electric Vehicles

Synthetic graphite is preferred for EV batteries because of its higher purity but it is even more environmentally obnoxious. It is a byproduct of coal tar —...

Renewable energy other-renewables | December 12, 2019 | By Ashish Wagh 743 readings

India’s Coal Power Usage Set to Witnesses Substantial Decrease

India’s Coal Power Usage Set to Witnesses Substantial Decrease

Coal's use for power in India is set to shrink for the first consumption because of slowing industrial activity and a decreased economy as well as prolonged...

Renewable energy other-renewables | December 11, 2019 | By Hemant Arora 737 readings

Government’s New Schemes Set to Strengthen 24,000-MW Gas Power Plants

Government’s New Schemes Set to Strengthen 24,000-MW Gas Power Plants

The power and petroleum ministries are the deciding authorities of the new proposal. The earlier scheme entailing subsidy has been canceled. There will be no...

Renewable energy other-renewables | December 05, 2019 | By Hemant Arora 761 readings

Dependency on Fossil Fuels to Stay: The Economist Intelligence Unit Analysis

Dependency on Fossil Fuels to Stay: The Economist Intelligence Unit Analysis

Natural gas will lead growth among the fossil fuels, with a 2.6 percent increase. Such growth will also put it ahead of hydro power and nuclear energy. Coal...

Renewable energy other-renewables | December 05, 2019 | By Ashish Wagh 699 readings

Carlton & United Breweries moves towards 100 per cent renewable energy.

Australia’s leading brewer, Carlton & United Breweries (CUB), is today taking a significant step towards sourcing 100 per cent of its electricity...

Renewable energy other-renewables | March 20, 2018 | By Moulin 1801 readings

 
 
 
 
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