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New Green Revolution Has Begun in India, Says Mukesh Ambani

“This new Green Revolution will make India self-sufficient in energy production,” he said.

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Ambani Says No Option But To Make Businesses Green

RIL also plans to develop next-gen carbon capture and storage technologies. It is evaluating novel catalytic and electrochemical transformations to use CO2 as a valuable feedstock.

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MNRE Organising Webinars On Renewable Energy

An interactive webinar with biogas plant manufacturers/ developers was organised on April 12 to discuss the development of the biogas sector in the country.

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Fusion Fuel Holds The Promise Of Limitless Clean Energy To Power The Planet: Dr Vivek Lall, Chief Executive, General Atomics Global Corp

General Atomics Global Corporation is led by world's leading aerospace scientist Dr. Vivek Lall. General Atomics is the global powerhouse of unmanned systems and pioneering firm in nuclear energy and space technology. Indian Navy has inducted two Sea Guardian drones on lease from GA and scouting for more for critical maritime ISR capabilities in the Indian Ocean Region. But GA's groundbreaking energy innovation in magnetic fusion research is vital scientific discovery as Fusion Fuel holds the promise of Limitless clean energy to power the Planet for millennia which could supplement existing renewables. In an exclusive interaction, Dr. Lall, Chief Executive speaks with BW Businessworld's Defence Editor Manish Kumar Jha on such critical technologies in civil nuclear, defence and space.

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COP26 president Alok Sharma arrives in New Delhi to strengthen UK-India climate partnership

COP26 president Alok Sharma arrives in New Delhi to strengthen UK-India climate partnership

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Sustainability Priorities In The New Decade For Businesses In Asia

Agriculture rebuilds soil health by restoring its carbon content, positively impacting plant health, nutrition, and farm productivity. Healthy soil absorbs more CO2 than it emits, mitigating climate change.

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Titagarh to replace 25 pc of power demand with clean energy

Titagarh to replace 25 pc of power demand with clean energy

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Experts Call For Clean Energy In Post-COVID-19 Recovery And Resilience

ADB is targeting 80 billion dollars in cumulative climate financing from its own resources by 2030 and for at least 75 per cent of its country operations to feature climate adaptation and mitigation initiatives.

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Uberising India’s Residential Rooftop Solar Market

By scaling up rooftop solar, Indian cities could generate their own electricity rather than sourcing it from coal power plants hundreds of kilometers away

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New-age Gas Infrastructure Will Help India Achieve Its Clean Energy Ambitions

Global environmental commitments and domestic regulations are pushing India to switch to cleaner and more efficient energy sources sooner rather than later, forcing us to put energy infrastructure at the top of the agenda

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India Is Ready To Integrate Large Amounts Of Renewable Energy: Piyush Goyal

This transition will be the world’s largest clean energy expansion programme, to meet the government’s target of adding 175 GW of clean energy into the country’s grid.

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Clean Energy Sector Drives Jobs Creation In India

India's clean energy goals have the potential to put 34,600 people to work in wind power, 58,600 in utility solar and 238,000 in rooftop solar jobs over the next five years: Study

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Govt Launches Code To Set Energy Performance Standards For Commercial Buildings

The code aims to optimise energy savings with the comfort levels for occupants, and prefers life-cycle cost effectiveness to achieve energy neutrality in commercial buildings.

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We Persevere To Provide ‘Clean Light To Every Child’: SoULS Team

However, significant challenges are posed when scaling-up and broadening the scope of the project. The most pertinent concern of the team remains to assure best quality service to every child in rural India whom we have served.

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Bright Future Of Renewables In India, Says CEEW CEO Dr Arunabha Ghosh

The government intends to achieve 40% cumulative electric power capacity from non-fossil fuel sources by 2030, and a 33-35 per cent decrease in emission intensity, which will require a tectonic shift from fossil-fuel based sources

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