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Will Chennai be the Next Cape Town – Water Sustainability for Chennai – A Unique Event, Dec 6, 2018

Will Water Scarce Chennai become the Next Cape Town? And How Can Industries Help Prevent This? Venue: Welcom Hotel, Cathedral Road, Chennai Date: 6 Dec, 2018, THURSDAY | 05:30 PM to 09:00 PM Event Organiser: The Southern India Chamber of Commerce and Industry Event Sponsor: GRUNDFOS Cape Town, a port town in South Africa, recently […]

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Posted in: Chennai, Water

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Climate Solver Awards by WWF – A Call to Cleantech Innovators – Chennai, December 2018

Are you an SME working in the Clean Technology & Energy field in India? You can participate in the WWF Climate Solver Award contest and win recognition and support Know more by attending a unique event in Chennai, on Dec 20, 2018 Innovation systems are vital enablers for the transition to an equitable low carbon […]

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Posted in: Chennai, Climate Change, Innovations

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Star Rating Scheme for Industrial Air Pollution Launched in Maharashtra

  Image credit: Monitor Anything Anywhere Unless we live in a city like Delhi where the air pollution is quite obvious as it is choking, most Indians do not seem to care too much about air pollution, mainly because it is not as visible in many cases as water or land pollution. But, air pollution can be […]

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Posted in: Mumbai, Pollution

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Looking for Investors – Attractive Biomass Pellet Project in North India

Sub: Attractive Biomass Pelleting Business Looking for Equity Investors Introduction to India’s Largest Biomass Pelleting Plant Recently, I had the opportunity to meet an interesting biomass sector professional in Delhi – Bharat Sharma. And he took the trouble of taking me all the way to Roorkee so that I could see his pretty awesome biomass […]

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Posted in: Bio Energy, New Delhi

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It’s Odd Even IIT-educated Politicians Can’t See Beyond Obvious – The Case of Delhi’s Odd-Even Rule

  Delhi’s Odd-Even Oddly Doesn’t Even Address the Root of the Problem, if Research Data are to be believed. I read an interesting take in Financial Express on the actual problems that result in Delhi’s air pollution (written by PP Sangal, a UN Consultant and former director of CSO – ISS). This shows why the […]

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Posted in: New Delhi, Policies and Regulations, Pollution, Society and Community, Transportation, Waste Management

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India Cleantech Challenge 2016 – Chennai, April 21 – Be There!

India Cleantech Challenge 2016 – Chennai, April 21 – Be There!

You will be knowing that EAI had launched an incubation division for cleantech startups, Cleancubator, a few months back. I’m pleased to let you know that Cleancubator is part of an exciting cleantech event, organized by TiE Chennai Cleantech SIG, and also partnered by the Founder Institute. The first ever nationwide cleantech contest, the India Cleantech Challenge 2016, will be taking place […]

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Posted in: Chennai, Events, Innovations

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Chennnai Event on Zero Liquid Discharge, 6 Jan – Manufacturing Case Studies @ Footprints Event

After a successful Footprints – second edition,  SICCI , Techbridge Ventures and  Tata Capital this time is hosting the third edition of “Footprints“, to celebrate Climate Change Action in Manufacturing Industry on 6th January, 2016 at 6 PM. PROGRAMME AGENDA: Date:  Wednesday , 6th January, 2016           Time: 6.00 p.m.          Venue: Le Royal Meridien, Chennai […]

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Posted in: Chennai, Corporate Sustainability, Waste Management, Water

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SunEdison’s Plan for 2000 MW Renewable Energy Projects in Tamil Nadu

At the recently concluded Global Investor’s Meet at Chennai, SunEdison has signed MoUs for 2000 MW of renewable energy development in Tamil Nadu. While no fan of either MoUs or these gala investor’s meets, I do hope that these intentions translate to reality. With SunEdison already operating a number of RE assets across the country, […]

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Posted in: Chennai, Events, Policies and Regulations, Solar Energy, Solar Photovoltaic, Wind Energy

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EcoSure Solar Conference Telangana Sep 7 2015

Telangana Home Minister Nayani Narasimha Reddy @ the conference   A solar conference with a focus on Telangana took place in Hyderabad on 7 Sep. Organized by EcoSure Events, this was supported by the government of Telangana as well as a number of solar related entities in the region. From the government’s side, the Home Minister […]

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Posted in: Events, Hyderabad, Solar Photovoltaic

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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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