Author: Zulkarnain

e-buses Set to Ply on Kolkata Roads Next Month

The symbols of the future mobility would not require any conductors for fare collection as the state has introduced the automatic fare collection system. To implement the symbols of future mobility West Bengal Transport Corporation (WBTC) has decided to run 80 e-buses for trial purpose. The purpose is to curtail noise and air pollution levels […]

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NEOEN and GFG Alliance Ink Landmark Clean Energy Agreement

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed in order to operate develop and work together in the sector. The main purpose of the agreement is to supply low cost power to the citizenry. In order to reduce the cost of energy in Australia a landmark clean energy agreement was signed between France’s NEOEN and Australia’s […]

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Chhattisgarh Envisions 600 MW Capacity Solar PV Installations

The grid-connected solar PV rooftop projects will be installed across the state and the power generated will be consumed by those in proximity and the surplus power will be fed to the grid. To embark upon the solar fleet and make its presence felt the state of Chhattisgarh foresees the installation of PV rooftop projects […]

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Benefits Slashed at Vermont for Renewable Energy Program

“Renewable energy is flourishing in Vermont and has reached a level of maturity where it can continue to be deployed with lower incentives,” the commission said. A United States state, Vermont has decided to reduce the financial benefits for the customers who supply surplus power to the grid and get a credit on their electric bills. […]

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India Relegates in Global Renewable Market Index, Ranks at Spot 4

A report by UK accountancy firm, Ernst & Young (EY) has attributed the relegation in India’s ranking to the latest auctions in which the wind and solar tariffs were kept low. Indian has slipped two ranks in renewable energy country attractive index making it rank 4th in the list preceded by China, US and Germany. […]

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Haryana to Provide Solar Based Tubewells to Farmers

“Under this scheme, six lakh tubewells in the State would be linked with solar energy. The farmers would be able to utilize the solar energy as per the requirement and also sell the surplus power available with them. This would help them earn income.”   Haryana Government is contemplating to provide solar-based tubewells to farmers […]

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Dwarka Housing Society Gets First Grid-Connected Rooftop Solar Plant

“Each of the 60 flats will save around Rs 4,500 annually in their electricity bills, while the solar plants will be able to offset around 32 per cent of a resident’s annual carbon emission,” BSES said. In the residential housing society of Dwarka, Delhi Electricity Distribution Company (discom) BSES-Rajdhani has installed its first grid-connected 100 […]

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Cox Enterprises Announces $25M Investment in Solar Industry

The partnership project is a part of National Cox Conserves sustainability program that has long employed new sustainable technologies and programs to create both business ventures and environmental solutions. Cox Enterprises has announced that it has become the majority investor in a $25 million (M) partnership that created four solar farms in Georgia and Florida. […]

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World Bank’s Baffling Figures Reveal 85% of India Electrified

India has provided electricity to 30 million people each year between 2010 and 2016, World Bank has said, adding that it is more than any other country in the world. Lauding India on its latest report, World Bank noted that India is doing ‘extremely well’ on electrifying major portion of the country. Now, nearly 85 […]

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