India Focuses On Searoute For Coal Transport To Reduce Emissions

The Ministry of Coal claimed that it has taken an initiative to promote Rail-Sea-Rail mode which aims to integrate Rail-Sea-Rail (RSR) transportation for the efficient domestic coal transport. This multimodal transportation system allows for the seamless transportation of coal from mines to ports and then to end-users, reducing transportation costs and improving logistic efficiency. The […]

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Four G20 Countries Have Higher GHC Emissions: Report 

The NITI Aayog recently released a report on decarbonizing transport among the G20 countries. The report attributed the rise of transportation emissions to the surge in motorization across these countries.  The report also claimed that four G20 countries have the higher GreenHouse Gases (GHG) emissions per KwH. Describing growth in grid emission among the G20 […]

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Association of Renewable Energy Agencies of States & Industry Body CMAI Join Hands

Industry body Carbon Markets Association of India (CMAI) and Association of Renewable Energy Agencies of States (AREAS) have forged a partnership. They have joined hands to share knowledge and information on developments that are policy and regulations related. The two will work together for making progress in the carbon market and to encourage the set […]

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IRENA Study Calls Renewable Pathway More Cost Effective than Fossil Fuels in Indonesia

A new study by the the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) states that Indonesia’s untapped potential for renewable energy can  help meet the growing demand and prove to be more cost effective when compared to its dependence on domestic and imported fossil fuels. The report entitled Indonesia Energy Transition Outlook, which has been jointly put […]

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IEA Report Pitches For More Diverse Solar Panel Supply Chains

The IEA has released a report stating that if the world is to securely transition to net zero emissions, it has to augment efforts towards the expansion as well as diversification of the worldwide production of solar panels. Currently, China has a dominant position in the market with regards to the supply chains of solar […]

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Global CO2 Emissions set for Second Biggest Increase in History: IEA

A new report finds global energy-related CO2 emissions to be rising by 1.5 billion tonnes in 2021 – their second-largest increase in history A new report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) has predicted that the global energy-related CO2 emissions will be rising by 1.5 billion tonnes in 2021 – their second-largest increase in history […]

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Pace of Renewables Deployment Must Grow by 5-7 Times by 2030: ETC

The Energy Transitions Commission (ETC) has released a new report analysing the feasibility of achieving a net-zero greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) economy by 2050 and the actions required in the next decade to put this target within reach. The report Making Clean Electrification Possible: 30 years to electrify the global economy sets out why it is […]

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bp and Infosys to Collaborate on Reducing Emissions at Campuses and Cities

Infosys and bp have signed a MoU under which they intend to work together to develop an integrated Energy as-a-Service (EaaS) offering Infosys, a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting and bp, a global integrated energy company, have announced that they have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) under which both companies intend […]

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Record Fall in Coal Generation in 2020, but Emissions Remained High: Ember

New research has revealed a record fall in coal generation in 2020, however, power sector emissions were still higher than in 2015. New research has revealed that China was the only G20 country that saw a large increase in coal generation in the pandemic year. Globally there was a record fall in coal generation in […]

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