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Latest Articles in Renewable Energy

ReNew Power Pledges To Achieve Net Zero Emissions By 2050

ReNew Power stands committed to its long-standing programme of research and collaboration with businesses, policymakers and non-governmental organisations to accelerate the transition to a net-zero economy

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Smart Contracts To Be Vital For Integration Of Renewable Energy Into System: CEA Member

A smart contract represents a digital protocol that automatically executes predefined processes of a transaction without requiring the involvement of a third party.

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How Thermal Detection System Helps Protect People From Invisible Threats

Thermal imaging cameras are also utilised to study certain diseases, where skin or body temperature can be taken as indications of inflammation of the underlying tissues because of irregularities within the body processes.

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Renew Power Becomes Part Of WEF Global Lighthouse Network

The technology deployment helped ReNew improve employee productivity by 31 per cent and reduce downtime for its assets by 31 per cent, without incurring any additional capital expenditure.

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India To Levy Import Tax On Solar Modules, Cells From April 2022 - Memo

India wants to ramp up its renewable capacity to 175 gigawatts by 2022 and 450 GW by 2030, from about 93 GW currently, as part of its commitment under the Paris climate accords.

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Asian LNG Prices Edge Higher On Indian, Chinese Demand

India's Gujarat State Petroleum Corp (GSPC) is seeking two cargoes for delivery over late March and early April through two separate tenders, and is also seeking one cargo a month for delivery over May until April next year

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Bright Future Of Hydrogen Fuel Cells In India

Fuel cells can have efficiency of over 80 percent, compared to internal combustion engines that currently operate at around 25 percent efficiency and power plants at about 35 percent.

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‘Reprocess To Reuse’ Nuclear Waste Is The Way Forward

A handful of countries including India and Russia have adopted the method of ‘reprocess to reuse’ of spent fuel in ‘closed fuel cycle’ based on innovative fuel refabrication and ‘fast’ reactors.

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“Energy Sector And Innovation: In Collaboration With Schneider Electric And Plaksha”

“Focus should be very much on how digital can help to save energy, along with decreasing emissions.”

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India To Be Largest Source Of Energy Demand Growth To 2040 - IEA

India's oil demand is expected to rise to 8.7 million barrels per day (bpd) in 2040 from about 5 million bpd in 2019, the IEA said, while its refining capacity will reach 6.4 million bpd by 2030 and 7.7 million bpd by 2040, from 5 million bpd.

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IEA Says India's Solar Energy Output To Match Coal-Fired Power By 2040

India's emissions of carbon dioxide could rise as much as 50% by 2040, the largest of any country, enough to offset entirely the projected fall in emissions in Europe over the same period.

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Carbon Capture Utilisation Storage: Revesting The Future Of Energy

CCUS technology can be retrofitted to existing energy and power plants, that is, existing infrastructure can accommodate CCUS technology. These industries will otherwise emit 600 billion tonnes of Carbon-dioxide across the next 50 years, as per International Energy Agency (IEA).

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Go Digital Or Go Home: India’s Focus On Renewables Looks Promising But Is It Sufficient?

Blockchain is gaining traction in P2P power trading, where owners of small-scale generation can sell excess power directly to other consumers.

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Lithium Discovered In India: What Does It Mean For Renewables?

India needs lithium to produce lithium-ion batteries used for electrification of transport and storage of renewable energy to boost the nation's efforts towards electrification of transport.

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Germany’s Transition To Renewables, What Can India Pick Up?

A developing economy like India, though mainly agriculture based, can take lessons from success as well as failures of other countries, while executing its own energy agenda.

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