Clean Energy Projects Get Huge Relief Amidst COVID 19: Dhir & Dhir Associates

The Indian solar industry is heavily dependent on imports for meeting its requirement of the solar modules and solar cells of which around 80 percent is sourced from a single country i.e. China and the remaining 15 percent is sourced from South-east Asian countries like Malaysia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Thailand, and South Korea.   The spread of […]

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Vikram Solar’s huge layoffs, does it hint the Indian solar Industry crisis?

Home grown solar equipment manufacturer and EPC player -Vikram Solar, a very well-known brand in India and abroad has been always on forefront to share the pain point of the renewable energy industry. The company has always pointed out that Indian manufacturers need stronger polices to make the government’s Make In India come true. However, […]

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Budget 2020: Dr. Rahul Walawalkar, President, IESA

Dr. Rahul Walawalkar, President, India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) shares his views on Union Budget 2020 Power and RE sector We welcome the government’s focus on the Power and RE sector by the allocation of Rs 20,000 crore for the renewable energy sector. With the recent path breaking tenders showing viability of RE+ storage as […]

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Budget 2020: Nagesh Basavanhalli, MD & CEO, Greaves Cotton

Nagesh Basavanhalli, MD & CEO, Greaves Cotton reacting to the budget 2020 said “Today’s Budget has looked to boost the sentiment of the common Indian with emphasis on agri improvement, thrust on job creation through public infrastructure spending, skilling initiative and revision of direct tax optional provisions to lower the personal income tax slabs.” He […]

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Budget 2020: Sumant Sinha, CMD – ReNew Power

Speaking about the budget 2020 Sumant Sinha, CMD – ReNew Power said “ The Union Budget 2020 is a balanced and pragmatic statement of intent. Finance minister in her speech has attempted to address the trust deficit across a host of sectors. She has assured stock market investors by abolishing dividend distribution tax , addressed […]

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India needs over 1000 GW of solar power capacity to replace coal mining jobs: Study

According to a study published in the journal, Environmental Research Letters, India would need over 1000 GW of solar power capacity to replace coal mining jobs. As the countries across the globe shifts its focus from fossil fuel to renewable energy, ensuring that coal miners find jobs locally in other industries is now a precondition. […]

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Declining Renewable Costs Drive Focus on Energy Storage: NREL

An oft-repeated refrain—the sun doesn’t always shine, and the wind doesn’t always blow—is sometimes seen as an impediment to renewable energy. But it’s also an impetus toward discovering the best ways to store that energy until it’s needed. Declining costs in available technologies have propelled interest in energy storage forward like never before. The price […]

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National Energy Conservation Day: TVS Motor Company, Tata Technologies, GP Petroleums and Mahindra

14th of December is celebrated as the national energy conservation day by the people all over the India. It is celebrated to sensitize people about the importance of energy as well as conserving energy by lowering wastage. Efficient use of energy is necessary to store energy for future use. The actual meaning of energy conservation […]

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Can India’s solar gift solve urgent problem for journos at UN?

While the UN grapples with weighty global matters, can an Indian gift solve an unlikely matter of great concern to journalists and staffers — a partial shut down of an escalator as part of the world body’s austerity measures? After repeated complaints over several days by reporters interspersing questions on issues like Syria, Iran, the […]

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Researchers finds ‘plastic-eating’ bacteria from the wetlands of Greater Noida

Researchers have discovered two strains of ‘plastic-eating’ bacteria from the wetlands of Greater Noida, an advance that may lead to eco-friendly alternative clean-up methods for plastic waste worldwide. The bacterial strains discovered by researchers at Shiv Nadar University in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, have the potential to decompose polystyrene — a key component in Single-Use […]

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