carbon footprint

Pune Military College Becomes India’s First Carbon Negative Garrison

Pune’s College of Military Engineering has commissioned a 5 MW solar power plant. With the commissioning of this plant, the college has augmented its solar power generation capacity to 7 MW. CME claims to be the first carbon negative military formation in India. The CME has undertaken several initiatives towards curbing its carbon footprint. Among […]

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Meghmani Finechem Commissions 18.34 MW Hybrid RE Plant Through SPV ReNew Green

Meghmani Finechem Limited (MFL), which delves into agrochemical products, has successfully commissioned a wind-solar hybrid power plant of 18.34 MW in Gujarat. The hybrid plant has been commissioned through its Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) ReNew Green (GJS Three) Private Limited. The power flow has begun, it added. The Indian government has set sights on curbing […]

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Novelis Builds $2.4 Milion Solar Park, First From the Firm

Novelis Inc. recently revealed plans for the construction of its inaugural solar park at its production facility in Pieve Emanuele, Italy. Following the approval of local authorities, the expansive solar park spanning over 28,000 square meters will commence operation and begin generating electricity by the end of this year. Novelis Inc is a sustainable aluminium […]

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TPREL Commissions 110 MW Project for Kerala State Electricity Board

Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited (TPREL), a subsidiary of The Tata Power Company Limited, has commissioned a 110 MW solar power project in Bikaner, Rajasthan. The project will supply 110 MW of green power to the Kerala State Electricity Board. The Letter of Award for the project was issued in January, 2021 and the project […]

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Oriana Power Commissions 2.7 MW Solar Rooftop Project in Haryana

Solar energy solution provider, Oriana Power, has commissioned a 2.7 MWp single rooftop solar power plant. The solar project has been established at the Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOCL) in Panipat, Haryana. The said project is among the largest rooftop solar projects in the state. The rooftop solar plant was set up for Synthetic Rubber […]

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INOX Partners Tata Power Saurya Bandita for 40 MWp Captive Solar Plant 

INOX Air Products (INOXAP), which claims to be India’s largest manufacturer of industrial and medical gases has joined hands with TP Saurya Bandita Limited, a special purpose vehicle of Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd, for setting up a captive solar plant at Dhule, Maharashtra. The solar power project with a capacity of a 40MWp, would […]

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Airports Authority of India Sets Net Zero & 100% Green Energy Targets for Airports

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has set the target for most airports in India to become 100% green energy dependent by 2024. Airports are to implement net zero emmission by 2030. Presently Mumbai and Cochin among 25 other airports that are utilising 100% green energy. While Cochin boasts of being the first airport in […]

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UK’s Renewable Parts Wins Contract for Offshore Turbine Restoration for Orsted

UK firm, Renewable Parts, which deals with the refurbishment of wind turbine parts and supplies has shared that it has entered into an agreement with Denmark-based provider of renewable energy, Orsted. As per the agreement, Renewable Parts will supply refurbishment services for operations of offshore wind turbines of Orsted The operations will commence with Orsted’s […]

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“There is no scheme for ore-refining, converting them into cathode materials” Rajat Verma, CEO & Founder, Lohum

Powering next-gen li-ion battery mobility and energy solutions, making second lives for batteries a reality through reuse technology, and lithium ion battery recycling, Lohum is proving to be a gamechanger in the battery recycling and repurposing space. Rajat Verma, CEO & Founder, Lohum, offers insights into the battery recycling industry, providing an overview into the […]

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