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Bio-CNG Market – Competition from Current and Emerging Fuel Substitutes

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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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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Bye Bye Diesel, Hello Solar!

Well, it is old hat that India’s electricity demand is shooting through the roof and that our peak deficit is going to get from bad to worse (from 17 GW right now to something like 25 GW very soon…). One another dimension, we all have been hearing how solar PV based power production will work […]

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Captive Solar PV Systems – L&T’s experience

It is a well known fact that India’s electricity generation is insufficient relative to the demand the country has. In 2009-10, India’s electricity deficit was approximately 10% (84 TWh) and the corresponding peak load deficit is 12.7% (over 15 GW). India’s frequent electricity shortages are estimated to have cost the Indian economy 6% of gross […]

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