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Railways Planning to Generate 20 GW Renewable Energy on Surplus Land: Goyal

Indian Railways is planning to use its surplus land to generate 20 GW of renewable energy from ‘Made in India’ solar or wind equipment to power its network The Indian Railways is planning to use its surplus land to generate 20 gigawatts (GW) of renewable energy from ‘Made in India’ solar or wind equipment to […]

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CEEW Recommends Green Energy Investments in COVID Recovery Strategy

The Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW), along with the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP) has recently published a report that makes the case for India needing a new social contract based on a commitment to jobs, growth and sustainability, as it charts its way out of the COVID-19 pandemic. The […]

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Our Door is Open for All Kinds of Technologies: Dinesh Jagdale

BY emphasizing on the use of clean energy, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Joint Secretary, Dinesh Jagdale said that India’s door is open for all kinds of technologies and we have to move from Power to Energy. While speaking at the web conference, Jagdale said that “MNRE is promoting and leading a conducive […]

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Crashing Oil, Booming Solar. Possible?

While the slump in oil prices will have its own yet to be seen second, and third order effects, be it political stability in the middle east, or moves by the US and Russia to outflank each other, for India,  this is the opportunity that needs to be taken with both hands. The country has […]

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Subsidies for Renewables in India Dropped 35% From FY17 to FY19: Report

According to a new study, the renewables subsidies in India fell 35 percent from FY17 to FY19, while its oil and gas subsidies increased by 65 percent. The renewables subsidies in India fell 35 percent from FY17 to FY19, while its oil and gas subsidies increased by 65 percent according to a new study entitled […]

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Indigenisation of EV Manufacturing Could be Worth $2.7 bn for India: CEEW

Indigenisation of electric powertrain components and battery pack assembly could produce a value addition USD 2.7 billion for the auto industry in India, in case of an EV transition Indigenisation of electric powertrain components and battery pack assembly could produce a 5.7 percent higher output value addition worth USD 2.7 billion for the auto industry […]

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CEEW and IEA Report on Clean Energy Investment Trends 2019

The reduced risk perception of financiers funding renewable energy projects in India resulted in investments in the sector doubling over the last five years, according to a joint study released by the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) and the International Energy Agency (IEA). The report – the 2019 ‘Clean Energy Investment Trends’ – was released […]

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CEEW Report on Greening New Pastures for Green Investments

Large-scale mobilisation of green capital for investment and innovation in low-carbon energy solutions is the main holdout against a clean energy transition in emerging economies, according to an independent study released by the CEEW Centre for Energy Finance (CEEW-CEF). More than USD 200 trillion worth of assets are under management in the world’s pension funds, insurance firms and […]

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Does Solar Rooftop Need to Take a Cue from Compulsory rainwater harvesting?

After Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his concern via ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program about water crisis, rainwater harvesting also become the talk of the town, like solar these days. India has shown massive capacity additions in solar but has fallen behind on its target of achieving 40 GW rooftop solar by 2022. Here’re a few […]

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