carbon dioxide emissions

PSUs- the Pathway for India’s Clean Energy Goals to Net Zero By 2070

Coal India Limited (CIL), NTPC, and Indian Railways- three of India’s largest central state-owned enterprises, can help the nation achieve its climate goals, while also capturing a portion of the clean energy goals / market and reducing an anticipated 22%-28% cash flow gap by 2050 as India moves towards net-zero, according to a new report […]

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Microsoft Datacenter Batteries To Support Growth Of Renewables On The Power Grid

Global software giant, Microsoft has announced that it will deploy its ‘grid-interactive UPS technology’ at the datacenter maintained by the company in Dublin, Ireland later in 2022. The objective is to demonstrate that these kinds of technologies can help decarbonize power grids across the world. Microsoft holds that the renewable energy from 400 wind farms […]

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Despite more RE invt, global eco recovery is ‘Uneven’, ‘Unsustainable’: IEA

Spending on clean energy amounts to 3% of the USD 16.9 trillion that governments have so far mobilised to bolster their economies from the recession triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the latest update from IEA (International Energy Agency). The share is up from around 2% in July but still leaves global carbon dioxide (CO2) […]

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ADB to Provide $45.4 Mn to Spur Off-Grid SPV Pumping for Irrigation in Bangladesh

ADB grant will help in replacing diesel systems with solar powered irrigation to enhance energy security, reduce local pollution, and mitigate climate change. The project is also expected to result in a reduction of 17,261 tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually.   The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will provide USD 20 million loan to Bangladesh […]

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World Saw Largest Rise in Renewable Energy Capacity in 2017: Report

Both energy demand and energy-related carbon dioxide emissions rose substantially for the first time in four years. In the power sector, the transition to renewables is underway but is progressing more slowly than is possible or desirable. The global power generating capacity has seen an exceptional rise in 2017 and the main source of the […]

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