Indian Institute of Science

IISc Develops Novel Solar Powered Thermal Desalination System

Bengaluru’s Indian Institute of Science (IISc) has developed a solar energy based new thermal desalination system. The IISc researchers say it is energy-efficient, cost-effective and portable. These features make the solar thermal desalination system convenient for installation in remote areas that have no or limited electricity supplies providing clean drinking water to the inhabitants. The […]

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PFC Inks Loan Agreement Pact with Japan Bank for Project Loan of INR 165 Cr

Maharatna firm Power Finance Corporation (PFC) and non-banking financial company has entered into an agreement with Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC). The pact is for a project loan worth JPY 2.65 billion, which is close to Rs 165 crore. With the agreement, JBIC is looking to finance PFC’s projects that will curb greenhouse gas […]

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IISc Scientists, Bangalore Generate Green Hydrogen from Biomass

In what could prove to be a gamechanger in the field of renewable energy, the scientists at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have innovated a green technology to produce hydrogen from biomass. Experts see it as a great feat as biomass is one of the most abundant renewable energy sources. According to the researchers […]

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Indian Scientists Develop Next-Gen Test-Bed to Generate Clean Energy

This early stage research, of India’s one of the premier institutes, could potentially be useful for meeting the energy needs of the country. Indian scientists have developed a super critical carbon dioxide (CO2) Brayton test loop facility to generate clean energy from future power plants including solar thermal. It was developed by the Indian Institute […]

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