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Hillary Clinton Promises 500 MILLION solar panels installed in the US

Half a billion blooming solar panels. That’s what the US would get if Hillary Clinton is voted to power, or at least that is what she has promised “I want more wind, more solar, more advanced biofuels, more energy efficiency,” she said at a weekend rally in Iowa. “And I’ve got to tell you, people […]

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Posted in: Policies and Regulations, Rooftop Solar, Solar Photovoltaic

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Asian Wind Power Market Outlook – Growth Prospects and Bottlenecks

The two Asian giants – China and India – can be expected to power the wind market for the foreseeable future. Here are some interesting links for those keen on understanding the growth prospects and bottlenecks for the Asian markets for wind power. From Folkecenter -Refer the Asia Pacific Market in Page 8 From Renewables […]

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Say “YES” to plastic?

Plastic waste- a burgeoning issue Plastics have become indispensable to human beings over the course of the last few decades, largely due to their utility value and cheap, easy availability. We are indeed so dependent that, in spite of the fact that they have been classified as environmentally hazardous material by the UN, the production […]

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Posted in: Biofuels

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Indian Italian Cooperation in Renewable Energy – EAI and Agici (Italy) Enter into Partnership

Agici Finance Business, an Italian pioneer active in research and consultancy in the energy business and Energy Alternatives India, the leader in consultancy in renewable energy in India, have signed a MoU to develop joint initiatives aimed at helping Italian businesses to seize the opportunities that the Indian market is offering. This agreement focuses on […]

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Unique Drivers for Renewable Power in India

Growth of renewable power in India needs unique drivers for its ever-growing energy needs. The expansion of the overall energy demand-supply gap due to the increase in the population’s standard of living. The demand-supply gap in power is currently at 8% and is one of the key drivers of renewable energy in the country. Pressure […]

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Barriers and bottlenecks for captive solar power in India

Captive power generation is plagued with some issues. The main idea behind setting up solar based captive power plants was to get uninterrupted power supply and reduce the diesel cost. Industrial users who have the required resources to set up their own power plants for internal consumption can put up SPV captive power plant. But, […]

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Posted in: Solar Energy, Solar Photovoltaic

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Rice husk used for power in one of India’s poorest states- A case Study

Whoever thought rice husk can generate power needs a medal! Considering how much rice husks go to waste in a country where rice is the staple food, it is comforting to know fossil fuels are not our only resort for power production. Thanks to Manoj Shinha, a renewable energy entrepreneur pioneered using discarded rice husks […]

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Posted in: Biomass Power

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List of Installed Biomass Gasification Plants in India

India is at the leading front in the successful implementation of the biomass gasification technology. The society and science of India have well realized of its significance in ecology and economy. The technological developments in gasification indigenously achieved throughout the nation by private firms, public-private collaborations and national institutes like IISc made a tremendous leap […]

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