Clean Energy

Brooklyn-Based Partners Tech Firm Dyme For Clean Energy In India

Brooklyn-based solar energy non-profit just announced a partnership with Dyme, an Austin-based climate tech company, to increase investments in clean energy for communities in India and Africa. The partnership will allow to receive more resources for its projects with solar developers. Every time members shop using Dyme’s eco-friendly shopping extension, Dyme will […]

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US Moves Closer To Add 25 GW RE Capacity With New Projects

Joe Biden administration recently announced a series of milestones and associated actions to promote responsible clean energy development on public lands. This is to help achieve President Biden’s goal of creating a carbon pollution-free power sector by 2035. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland recently announced that the department has now permitted more than 25 […]

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India’s Subsidies For Fossil Fuels 5 Times Higher Than For Clean Energy: IISD

The 2022 global energy crisis and India’s growing energy demand have led the country to adopt a hybrid approach, expanding all forms of supply in 2023. This approach has pushed India’s total energy subsidies to a 9-year high of INR 3.2 lakh crore (USD 39.3 billion) for the fiscal year ending 2023 (FY 2023), new […]

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World Bank And Japan Sign RISE Pact to Boost Clean Energy Investments

World Bank and Japan have signed an administration arrangement outlining the terms and conditions to implement the Resilient and Inclusive Supply-chain Enhancement (RISE) Partnership, which was officially launched in October 2023. The agreement was signed between the World Bank Vice President for Infrastructure, Mr. Guangzhe Chen, and the Executive Director for Japan at the World […]

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US At Risk Of Falling Behind RE Target Post-IRA: Report

A collaborative report on clean energy released by the Rhodium Group, in partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), states that despite reaching record levels of investment in utility-scale clean electricity generation and storage capacity in 2023, the US has a risk of falling behind post-IRA (Inflation Reduction Act) projections. While renewable electricity has […]

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ReNew Announces Q3 Results With Net Loss Of Rs 3,216 Million

Gurugram based ReNew Energy Global Plc, a leading decarbonization solutions company, has announced its unaudited consolidated IFRS results for the third quarter of FY-2024 and nine months ended December 31, 2023. ReNew has released the operating highlights. The firm says that as of December 31, 2023, the portfolio of ReNew consisted of 13.8 GW, of […]

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Plaksha University Launches Clean Energy Research Center – Indorama

Plaksha University, a tech university today announced the launch of Indorama Ventures Center for Clean Energy. The center claims to reimagine technology education and research in India with technology programs. Today’s announcement announced the launch of one of the first research centers at Plaksha University to lead a clean energy transition through education and research. […]

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World Bank Allocates $300 Mn For RE Projects in Eastern & Southern Africa

The World Bank has extended a facility of close to $300 million to the Eastern and Southern African Trade and Development Bank (TDB), to support distributed renewable energy (DRE) and clean cooking private sector projects in eligible countries of the World Bank’s International Development Association (IDA) that are TDB member states. This new facility follows […]

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DRE, Mini-Grids Can Aid In The Growth Of E-Cooking In India: CSE Report

A latest report from the Centre For Science and Environment (CSE) recommended the phasing out of LPG cylinders, used primarily for cooking in India. The CSE researcher advocated for boosting electric cooking (e-cooking) instead. The report also talked about the main challenges in rolling out large-scale adoption of e-cooking in India and the likely solutions […]

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