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Bosch Limited commissions 2.9 MW for Bengaluru International Airport Limited

Bosch Limited, a leading supplier of technology and services, has commissioned two solar projects for the Bengaluru International Airport Limited (BIAL). The first project of 440 kW has been installed in the car park area in front of the BIAL corporate office, and the second project of 2.5 MW solar panels at the airside. Bosch, […]

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Assocham TN conducting Pollution Prevention Conclave in Chennai

Pollution Prevention Conclave Meeting Conducted by ASSOCHAM TN Location: Hotel Radisson Blu, Egmore, Chennai Time: 9:30 AM, Friday, June 2 Participation to this event is by registration only, kindly register for the program at the earliest by sending an email to: chennairo@assocham.com (Dr. Shaffi, ASSOCHAM, T: 044-28120000) giving your Delegate’s name, Organisation, Address, Phone, Mobile […]

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Aspiration Energy Conducting Webinar on Solar Heating

7 Things you did not Know About Solar Heating Aspiration Energy Webinar Series Webinar Conducted By Dr. Satyanarayan Seshadri, CTO, Aspiration Energy Date: Fri, 26 May, 2017: 3:30 – 4:30 PM IST Click here to register online or mail Aspiration Energy at deepa@aspirationenergy.com After a tremendous response to their first webinar on Heat pumps, Aspiration Energy is […]

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A comparison of bioplastic and bagasse-based products for use as disposable foodware – Part 1

Plastics have become a major environmental issue on our planet. They are found in all parts of our life, and the disposable plastics that we have become so used to are clogging our drainage and waterways, and polluting the rivers and oceans. Last month at the World Ocean Summit in Bali, Indonesia, UN “declared a […]

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India starts off in a small way to electrify its transport by 2030

On the world stage, India is seen as a forward-looking country in the transition away from fossil fuels to clean energy. Very recently, record low bids for both wind and solar energy development, which were below Rs.3.5/kWh, are very positive developments. Apart from making the electricity network green, India also has a vision to electrify […]

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Faecal sludge management policy to be unveiled in March

On the side of the fourth Faecal Sludge Management Conference in Chennai this week, Praveen Prakash, Joint Secretary in the Union Urban Development Ministry, announced that a draft of National Urban Faecal Sludge and Septage Management Policy will be implemented first week of March. As part of the policy, there will be financial assistance from […]

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2016: Wind energy sees big growth both in India and internationally

Beginning of this month, The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) published its annual statistics report for the global wind energy, revealing that a total of 54 gigawatts (GW) worth of wind energy was brought online in 2016, bringing the global cumulative total up to nearly 487 GW. China installed a total of 23 gigawatts of […]

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Wind industry looking forward to wind-solar hybrid policy to thrive

At the recent 750 MW Rewa solar park auction in Madhya Pradesh, solar tariffs witnessed a dramatic crash. Levelized tariff for 25 years hit the record low of of Rs.3.29/kWh — a full Rs. 1 lower than previous record of Rs.4.34/KWh at a Rajasthan auction in Jan 2016. The low for first year tariff was […]

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Railways becomes the focus of India’s solar ambitions easing country’s energy burden

Indian Railways is the fourth largest route network in the world connecting over 8000 stations. Calculations for the year 2015 Indian Railways show that it accounted for (traction and non-traction combined) roughly around 1.5% of India total electricity consumption. Being India’s largest power consumer, deficit in power supply has long been a concern for the […]

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