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Comparison of LPG and Natural Gas/RNG

This post is a part of BioBiz’s Bio-CNG Perspectives. BioBiz, a division of EAI, is a leading market intelligence & strategic consulting firm for the Indian bio-based sectors. This blog post uses the terms bio-CNG and renewable natural gas (RNG) interchangeably. Bio-CNG or bio-compressed natural gas, also known as sustainable natural gas or biomethane, is a biogas which has been upgraded to a […]

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Posted in: Bio-CNG /renewable natural gas, Gas, LPG, Natural Gas

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Biofuels and Natural Gas – Regulatory Bodies in India

This post is a part of BioBiz’s Bio-CNG Perspectives. BioBiz, a division of EAI, is a leading market intelligence & strategic consulting firm for the Indian bio-based sectors. This blog post uses the terms bio-CNG and renewable natural gas (RNG) interchangeably. Bio-CNG or bio-compressed natural gas, also known as sustainable natural gas or biomethane, is a biogas which has been upgraded to a […]

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Posted in: Bio-CNG /renewable natural gas, Bio-CNG Policies and Incentives, National Biofuels Policy, Natural Gas, Regulatory bodies

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CNG and PNG – Current Suppliers in India

This post is a part of BioBiz’s Bio-CNG Perspectives. BioBiz, a division of EAI, is a leading market intelligence & strategic consulting firm for the Indian bio-based sectors. This blog post uses the terms bio-CNG and renewable natural gas (RNG) interchangeably. Bio-CNG or bio-compressed natural gas, also known as sustainable natural gas or biomethane, is a biogas which has been upgraded to a […]

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Posted in: Fossil Fuels, Gas, Natural Gas, Natural gas suppliers India

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Natural Gas Infrastructure in India

This post is a part of BioBiz’s Bio-CNG Perspectives. BioBiz, a division of EAI, is a leading market intelligence & strategic consulting firm for the Indian bio-based sectors. This blog post uses the terms bio-CNG and renewable natural gas (RNG) interchangeably. Bio-CNG or bio-compressed natural gas, also known as sustainable natural gas or biomethane, is a biogas which has been upgraded to a […]

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Posted in: Fossil Fuels, Gas, Natural Gas, Natural gas infrastructure

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Cut Down Travel – Even Jerks Can Save the World

When I say “Cut down travel to reduce your Carbon footprint” many people look at me askance. It is as if I were trampling on their most fundamental right. Sure, you love to travel. It’s fun. And depriving you of travel is depriving you of something precious. Life without travel – is it worth living? […]

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Posted in: Corporate Sustainability, Oil, Transportation

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Biomass Boilers Guide – Guide to Pick Optimal Biomass, Processing & Boiler Type

Many companies in India, and worldwide, are shifting from the use of fossil fuels for their boilers to using biomass. Such a transition is not easy though, given the significant differences between biomass and coal or other fossil fuels – differences both in terms of product characteristics as well as the supply chain and other […]

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Posted in: Bio Energy, Biomass Combustion, Biomass Power, Coal

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What are hybrid solar inverters and how do they benefit rooftop solar power plants?

For all its environmental and other sustainability benefits, rooftop solar suffers from one big problem – it is not a 24×7, reliable source of electricity. Unless of course you consider using a battery along with the solar panels; or using a diesel generator in conjunction with the solar panels. If you are going for any […]

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Posted in: Diesel, Energy Storage, Rooftop Solar

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Backing Down Wind Mills in Tamil Nadu – There are two sides to every coin

Read an interesting article in The Economic Times today how there is a tussle between wind power generators and private conventional power generators, with TANGEDCO and MNRE being the other actors in the drama. The script goes like this: MNRE would like wind generation to have “must run” status, meaning they should be backed down as […]

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Posted in: Chennai, Coal, Electricity Generation and Transmission, Gas, Onshore Wind, Policies and Regulations, Wind Energy

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Surya Raitha Scheme of Karnataka – Solar Water Pumps Made Economically Feasible?

A recent article in the Hindu Business Line dwelt on how, in spite of its advantages, solar water pumps have hardly taken off in India. The article quoted a figure of about a measly 25,000 solar water pumps installed all over the country when there are some 20 million grid powered and an additional 8 million […]

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Posted in: Agriculture and Forestry, Diesel, Rural Sector, Solar Photovoltaic

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Shifting to Biomass Energy from LPG, Natural Gas, Furnace Oil or Diesel – Potential and Challenges

I am currently working for a client keen on shifting from the use of natural gas to biomass for his heating/drying energy needs. This is a fairly intricate assignment that has provided me an opportunity to see in-depth the real issues involved in both the supply chain and technology feasibility for the use of biomass in the place […]

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Posted in: Bio Energy, Biomass Combustion, Biomass Gasification, Diesel, Furnace Oil, Natural Gas

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