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Save Up to 30% AC Energy Consumption with This Tech from Analog Nanotech

Air conditioners are one of the biggest energy guzzlers overall, and by far the biggest energy guzzlers for the residential and commercial/office building sectors. How would it be if an ingenious plug and play device could save up to 30% – some times even 40% – of electricity consumption by your ACs? That could mean […]

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Renewable Energy Company Due Diligence Services from EAI

Renewable energy is growing at a tremendous pace in India. While some sectors are growing faster than others – solar and wind power are especially growing super fast – one can expect significant growth to happen in other sectors such as biomass energy, small hydro, and waste to energy sectors as well. Not surprisingly, such a strong growth […]

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Posted in: Bio Energy, Emerging Cleantech Areas, Energy Efficiency, Green Buildings, Hydro Power, Innovations, LED, Solar Energy, Transportation, Waste Management, Water, Wind Energy

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Towards Green Industrialization – Celebrating Climate Change in Manufacturing

L to r: V Narasimhan (Brakes India), Palani Perisamy (SICCI), Bharat Joshi (British High Commission), Einsenhower (Saint Gobain), Bhoo Thirumalai (Aspiration Energy) Quick Facts Event Organized by the Southern India Chamber of Commerce & Industry 23rd June, Chennai Organizers Dr Palani Periasamy, Vice President, SICCI Bhoovarahan Thirumalai, Chairman, SICCI Energy Committee Guest of Honor Bharat Joshi, […]

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Posted in: Chennai, Corporate Sustainability, Energy Efficiency, Events, Green Buildings, Waste Management, Water

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Want lower heating bills? Redistribute hot air from above using these innovative fans

One of the big inefficiencies in most home heating systems comes from the natural tendency of warm air to rise, which leads to hot ceilings and cool floors and frequent on-and-off cycling of the systems. So why not ensure that the hot air that goes up gets recirculated downwards once again? Looks like an obvious […]

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Posted in: Energy Efficiency, Green Buildings, HVAC, Innovations, Waste Heat Recovery

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Energy Efficiency Program @ Chennai – Energy Efficient Drives and Controls – an Integrated Approach to Energy Saving

Organized by SEEM (Society of Energy Engineers and Managers) On 8 March, 2014; 9.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. At: INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS (I) AUDITORIUM, Swami Sivanatha Salai, Chepauk, Chennai – 600005 Contact Mr. Ramrajeev, AMSET Energy [SEEM TN Chapter], Chennai 044 2829 5558 ; Cell: 97102 70918 Email: info@amsetenergy.in Target Participants Energy Managers and Auditors, Factory Operations, Maintenance and Energy Engineers […]

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Eco-lighting – a fast growing business opportunity within green buildings

I had, in a post, written about an innovative lighting solutions company called Skyshade that uses direct sunlight to provide sustainable lighting solutions. I had also written another post on the enormous business potential green buildings present. While solutions such as Skyshade are indeed pioneering ones, they are hardly alone when it comes to sustainable […]

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Posted in: Energy Efficiency, Green Buildings

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Skyshade – Using Sunlight Direct for Lighting

A recent article in Business Line about its product brought back to my memory Skyshade, an interesting Hyderabad-based company. Skyshade provides sustainable lighting solutions using the simplest route possible – by using sunlight as, well, sunlight! You might say, “But what’s the big deal? I can open my windows and use sunlight as sunlight. Where […]

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Sustainable Industrial Heating and Cooling – A Critical Problem Close to Having Working Solutions

Most discussions and news when it comes to renewable energy is about renewable power – from solar, wind, biomass etc. Some of these, solar especially, could indeed reach a tipping point in terms of adoption worldwide. But there is an elephant in the room that few notice. There is another domain where I can see […]

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Posted in: Combined Heat and Power, Corporate Sustainability, Waste Heat Recovery

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Use of LEDs in Indian Buildings to Reduce Power Costs

=========================================== Are you looking to get energy security for your company through reduction in the use of diesel, furnace oil, LPG and costly grid power? EAI can do a feasibility study for the use of solar PV & thermal, biomass for heat and power, waste heat recovery and energy efficiency to dramatically cut down fossil fuel use and reduce […]

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Energy Efficiency Adoption – Why So Slow?

In contrast to renewable energy (both renewable power and renewable fuels) – many of which are economically unsustainable without government subsidies and even after such subsidies have long payback periods – energy efficiency and conservation concepts have much better RoIs and payback periods. Some of these energy efficiency measures have payback periods of less than […]

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