Author: Anirudh Sharma

IFGE Confers Green Energy Award on CleanMax Solar

CleanMax Solar has won the award for its 145 MW solar farm at Sedam, Gulbarga District, Karnataka which supplies solar power to corporates like Adobe, ACC, United Breweries, SKF, Volvo and others. Achieving another milestone, sustainability partner for corporates, CleanMax Solar has won the ‘India Green Energy Award’ from country’s esteemed clean energy advisor Indian […]

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Delhi to House India’s First Solar Bicycle Track Corridor in March 2019

The solar bicycle track project is being planned under the 26-point green budget scheme and would be undertaken by public works department (PWD). 12 KM long stretch of Delhi’s Outer Ring Road which has bicycle tracks is planned to carry a rooftop solar power system on both sides. Moreover, the solar power system scheduled to […]

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Protests Surface Post UN Climate Change Talks Delay

The UN talks are aimed at creating a draft legal framework for limiting global temperature rises that can be presented to ministers and heads of state. Around 1000 events were held in over 100 countries in order to protest the uncertainty on the UN Climate change talks which are expected to contain the threatening problem of […]

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Mumbai’s Hakim Dayam Masjid Embrace Solar Energy

The Hakim Dayam Masjid is the fourth mosque in the vicinity of Mumbai to have installed the solar power system. Mumbai’s Hakim Dayam Masjid has put up an endeavor to walk parallel with other religious organizations to use renewable energy. The mosque has got installed a solar rooftop power system of 25 KWp with a […]

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Vidarbha to get Biggest Solar Plant in Chandrapur

The ash bund of the Chandrapur thermal power plant’s unit is not being used and we want to install solar panels there. The area is 290 hectares, which is sufficient. After scrapping the super thermal power plant station in Chandrapur citing pollution problems, Mahagenco has planned to give the municipal corporation a 100 MW solar […]

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Sony Enters RE100 Initiative for 100% Renewable Energy

RE100 consists of companies committed to using 100% renewable electricity, and comprises over 140 member companies worldwide of which Sony is now a part. Sony Corporation has joined RE100, an initiative operated by the international non-government organization (NGO) The Climate Group in partnership with CDP, a UK based environment researcher. In so doing, Sony will aim […]

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Australia May Fetch 50% Power from Renewable Energy by 2025

The report suggests that even though the policy support 100 percent reliance on the renewable energy has collapsed following a voting, the solar developments have retained their unexpected pace. A report by a leading energy research, education and public policy organization, ANU Energy Change Institute has stated that if Australia maintains the current track of […]

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‘Solar Mamas’ Graduate Solar Training Programme

The solar training programme included skills needed for the fabrication of solar panels, lights and photovoltaic circuits. Ajmer’s Barefoot College felicitated ‘Solar Mamas’, a group of 45 women from 10 countries on their graduation ceremony of a six-month-long solar training programme. Moreover, the solar training programme included skills needed for the fabrication of solar panels, […]

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Bangladesh Mulls Importing Solar Power from India

Some areas in India have the advantage of solar power generation with their different time zoning with which Bangladesh local timing has a big difference. Moderating a seminar on “New Technologies: Innovations in Power and Energy” at the International Convention City Bashundhara in Dhaka Energy Adviser to Bangladesh’s Prime Minister, Tawfiq-e-Elahi Chowdhury mentioned the government […]

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