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CCP spreads awareness on biomedical waste disposal

Indian Medical Association (IMA) in association with the Corporation of the City of Panaji (CCP) held an awareness programme on the effective way of disposal of the biomedical waste.The CCP has stopped collecting the biomedical waste from the hospitals and clinics. In addition Manipal Hospital which… read more →

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Corpn pitches for biogas in households, hotels

For cities grappling with waste menace, biogas could be the way forward. Besides taking care of the waste generated at home, it also offers a cheaper alternative to LPG as cooking gas, according to P Shanmugam, senior scientist at Central Leather Research Institute, Chennai and an expert on biogas plants.… read more →

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Light Can Now Convert Biomass to Hydrogen Fuel

A group of scientists from the University of Cambridge found a way to produce fuel through solar power. The system bases its foundation on using sunlight to react biomass to turn into Hydrogen. A team of scientists at the University of Cambridge has developed a way of using solar power to generate a… read more →

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LED bulbs to replace 2.76 lakh street lights in Andhra Pradesh's West Godavari villages

District Collector K Bhaskar on Thursday said all street lights in villages in West Godavari would be replaced by energy efficient LED bulbs by next year to reduce the power bills of panchayats. Speaking after distributing LED tube lights to power consumers at a programme at the Collectorate here, the… read more →

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Delhi pollution control body to give licence for e-waste handling factories

Authorised e-waste dismantling units could soon be coming up in Delhi with the Delhi Pollution Control Committee planning to issue licence to proper handling units. Units, in which electronic waste such as televisions, mobiles, computers and laptop are disassembled before they go to recycling factories,… read more →

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Uncertainty over micro-grids future, roadblock for the sector

Uncertainty around tariff payment and its future in case grid power reaches villages, are major areas of concern plaguing the micro grid sector, according to Feedback Business Consulting. “The biggest challenge in operating a micro-grid is the uncertainty around tariff payment and the absence of large… read more →

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Solar-powered skin for prosthetic limbs

Amputees with prosthetic limbs may soon get a better sense of touch, temperature and texture, thanks to the energy-saving power of the sun, British researchers said on Thursday. While prosthetics are usually fully powered using batteries, a new prototype from University of Glasgow researchers opens… read more →

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Rajkot ready with Rs 2,623cr proposal for Smart City

Rajkot Municipal Corporation (RMC) has prepared the Smart City proposal and will be sending it to the central government to obtain grants under the Smart City Mission. Rajkot is among the 100 cities selected by the central government under the mission. According to Rajkot municipal commissioner Banchhanidhi… read more →

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India must maximize solar power use for higher GDP growth rates: Expert

"India can become a super power if its economy becomes stronger and its GDP (Gross Domestic Product) grows at 9.5%. For this to happen, use of solar power should be maximized as it would be one of the major contributors in future," said GD Yadav, vice-chancellor of Institute of Chemical Technology,… read more →

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NTPC's Dadri unit set to install solar-thermal hybrid power plant

Even as robotic dry cleaning of solar panels (which uses cleaning solar panels through robots) was implemented at National Capital Power Station (NTPC) Dadri on Feb 23 last month, the Integrated Solar Thermal Hybrid Plant (ISTHP) is under process for installation at NTPC Dadri. A first of its kind in… read more →

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