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Latest Articles in Renewable Energy

India's Renewable Energy Cost Lowest In the Asia Pacific: WoodMac

"High-quality solar resources, market scale and competition have pushed solar costs down to half the level seen in many other Asia Pacific countries".

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Global Solar Installations To Reach Record High This Year: Research

Low auction prices are also expected to help boost new solar PV capacity by the end of this year to 114.5 gigawatts (GW), 17.5% higher than 2018 and the first time new installations have exceeded 100 GW.

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NTPC Signs MoU With BHEL To Set Up Environmental Friendly Coal Fired Power Plant

The demonstration plant shall be based on the Advanced Ultra Super Critical (AUSC) technology which marks a significant improvement in operational parameters over contemporary supercritical technology.

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India To Touch Renewable Energy Capacity Of 260 GW By 2024: Government Secretary

India's renewable power capacity soared by almost 150% in the last five years to 77.6 GW, while the government set a target of 175 GW by 2022.

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IEA Sees Hike In India's Renewable Energy Sector Investment

India is likely to revise the target upwards and this will entail a higher flow of investments into the renewable energy sector, says Fatih Birol, executive director of IEA

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Adani Wins Govt's Approval For Groundwater Management Plans For Australia Coal Mine

The massive coal mine in Queensland state has been a controversial topic, with the project expected to produce 2.3 billion tonnes of low-quality coal

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Focus: India's Electric Vehicle Goals Being Realised On Two Wheels, Not Four

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government has set a target of electric vehicles making up 30 percent of new sales of cars and two-wheelers by 2030 from less than 1 per cent today

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The Future Of Green Logistics In India

Countering the impact of traditional logistics practices, Green logistics attempts to measure and minimize the ecological impacts of logistics activities. It encompasses a wide variety of sub- sectors viz. warehousing, transportations, packaging, distribution and disposal

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India Ministry Urges Duty On Chinese Solar Cells, Modules

Falling prices of solar cells and modules, over 90 per cent of which India imports from China, have triggered a decline in the cost of solar power generation and led Indians increasingly to adopt the technology

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Tata Power To Set Up 250-Mw Solar Power Project In Karnataka

The power from the project will be supplied to the state distribution companies under a 25 year Power Purchase Agreement

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Clean Tech: A Far Cry

Unlike the developed West, India seems to be nearly half a century away from being driven cent per cent by clean and sustainable technologies. And the path ahead is capital intensive

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International Solar Alliance: India's Ambitious 'Power Play' Project

ISA has put India in the spotlight for emerging as the major power player for harnessing Solar energy in the Indian Ocean region along with a strong backing from France

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Are Renewables Still The Live Wire?

After flaring up significantly, the incandescence in the renewable energy sector seems to be paling, raising posers about the 2022 target for a 175 MW capacity in clean energy

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Mizoram Becomes Self-sufficient In Power: PM To Dedicate Tuirial Hydropower Project To Nation

The Tuirial HEPP has been constructed as a Central Sector Project and implemented by North Eastern Electric Power Corporation (NEEPCO), under the administrative control of the Ministry of Power

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