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The Bioplastics Guide – Intelligence on the bioplastics industry for investors

The Bioplastics Guide, launched recently, provides a strategic overview of the small but fast-growing global bioplastics sector. With plastic pollution becoming an important concern for many countries, there is a move towards alternatives to plastics, and bioplastics is one of them. The bioplastics market is however nascent, and hence there are significant uncertainties for investors […]

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Posted in: Emerging Cleantech Areas, Pollution, Waste Management

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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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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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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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Young Guns from IIT Bombay Work on Maximising Returns from Chillers

Ashwin KP (right) & his colleague Rajat Agarwal – cofounders of ChillerMate   I was introduced to KP Ashwin of Promethean Energy some months back. Frankly, at that time, I did not think much about it. The startup facilitator Intellecap asked me if I could mentor some cleantech startups. I thought that was cool, so I accepted […]

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Posted in: HVAC, Innovations, Waste to 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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Flying Toilets to Clean Energy – a Kenyan Biogas Experiment

An interesting news report in The Hindu on a Kenyan effort to manage human waste, “Turning Human Waste into Clean Energy“, got me down recent memory lane. Two years back, my team had helped out the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in their efforts on finding solutions to fecal waste in India. Putting jargons aside, the Foundation wanted to know […]

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Posted in: Waste Management, Waste to Energy

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Biopolymers and Bioplastics – A Disruptive Business Opportunity in India and Worldwide?

  I have been watching the bioplastics and biopolymers market with great interest last few years. And I am sure I am not alone. Plastics has been the favourite whipping-boy of every environmentalist and tree-hugger. But dig a bit deeper, and you will see that plastics (or something that can substitute plastics ) are indeed a […]

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Posted in: Corporate Sustainability, Pollution, Waste Management

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EAI SURE-FIRE – Guiding You to Sustainable Heating and Power for Your Company

The cost of energy is becoming important for every company. Energy for heating/cooling/air conditioning, as well as for power. Manufacturing companies around India especially are increasingly concerned how to tackle the rising financial cost of power, as well as its rising environmental cost. EAI’s consulting division has started a specialized division called SURE-FIRE to assist […]

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Posted in: Corporate Sustainability, Green Buildings, Waste Management, Wind Energy

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