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Solar Pumps, Refrigerators To The Rescue In Benin, West Africa

In the Kalalé District of Benin, West Africa, basic health services are hard to come by. Historically, a lack of electrical infrastructure in this region has meant no power to pump clean water or refrigerate vaccines. That has now changed due to a recently completed project by the Solar Electric Light Fund (SELF), with funding from the Millennium Challenge […]

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Renewables and EVs: Myths and Reality

There is no doubt that Electric vehicles are a Global saviour for our planet against the pollution being caused by transportation. Reduced greenhouse emissions with EVs is supposed to be offering its accelerated benefits when fueled through renewables. The benefits of this combination thus are inevitable. But there are implementation challenges that places limits on […]

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The Top 5: Improbable Energy Storage Possibilities Turned into Reality

The storage for renewable energy in particular has become one of the main talking points in the energy industry across the globe for the sake of transition to a green future. Intermittent energy sources like wind and solar power often lack the ability, or fall short in their capacity, to accommodate postponed usage. Thus, there […]

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1 TW Renewable Potential in Egypt: A Game-Changer or a Distant Dream?

Egypt has the potential to produce electricity capacity of 350 gigawatts (GW) from wind energy and 650 GW from solar energy, the Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy Mohamed Shaker suggested at the fourth edition of the round table on the green hydrogen industry in Egypt, chaired by Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly. The claim […]

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A Case For Green Financing For More Transmission Infrastructure

In a provocative blog on the importance of the transmission sector and its role in the energy transition, two world bank staffers make the case for expanding the definition of green projects when it comes to transmission projects, to ensure faster adaption of these vital infrastructure to handle green energy projects. The article comes at […]

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Global e-Bus Market Soars As Nations Embrace Emission-Free Transportation

A recent report on the global electric market claimed that the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission reduction targets pushed the international bus makers to opt for electric alternatives. The report was published by Reportlinker, a technology research and development company having expertise in artificial intelligence and machine learning.  The report highlights the significant reduction in GHC […]

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9 EV Financing Startups in India Accelerating EV adoption

The electric vehicle (EV) revolution in India is gaining momentum, driven by technological advancements, environmental consciousness, and government initiatives. With growing awareness of its benefits, electric vehicles (EVs) are emerging as a promising choice for prospective vehicle buyers. In the first half of CY2023, the EV sales crossed the 100,000-unit mark on average each month, […]

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Energy Conservation & Demand-Side Management: The Route to Green Future

By Dwijadas Basak, Chief – Customer Experience, Commercial, Govt. Affairs & Corporate Communication, Tata Power – DDL In an era of rising energy consumption and rapid resource depletion, the promotion of energy conservation and energy-efficient measures has become imperative. Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd (Tata Power – DDL) has emerged as a pioneer in this […]

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