Hindustan Zinc Burnishes Green Creds With Low Carbon Zinc Launch EcoZen

Hindustan Zinc Limited (HZL), India’s largest and the world’s second-largest integrated zinc producer, has launched EcoZen, its low carbon ‘green’ zinc brand today. Recognized as the world’s most sustainable metals & mining company as per S&P Global CSA, the company has launched Asia’s first low carbon ‘green’ zinc offering for its customers worldwide, to hit […]

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The Top 5 Challenges For Green Hydrogen To Overcome

Hydrogen as a source of energy isn’t a new concept and is dubbed as a potential alternate energy source for over a century now. However, most hydrogen produced today is generated using fossil fuel energy, a source to about a billion tons of CO2 emissions equivalent per year. The concept of green hydrogen, promising considerable […]

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Australia Plans To Boost Local Solar Module Manufacturing, Allocates Funds

The Australian government has now planned to boost its solar module manufacturing locally. The government yesterday in its latest budget had also announced special packages for boosting solar module manufacturing and renewable energy in the region.  As per the budget document of the government, the Australian government will allocate $3.2 billion on the next one […]

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Microsoft Inks Largest Ever Corporate Deal For 10.5 GW With Brookfield

Brookfield Renewable and Microsoft have entered into an energy framework agreement for 10.5GW of renewable capacity. The deal is meant to power upcoming data centres owned by Microsoft, as it doubles down to build stronger AI capabilities that will need much more energy at data centres to deliver. It is estimated that Microsoft would be […]

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UK Emissions Down By 5% From 2022, Wind Contributes 28% Of Power Generated

The United Kingdom has witnessed a reduction of 53 percent between 1990 and 2023 – down 5 percent from 2022 in cutting emissions, shows the UK’s Department for Energy Security and Net Zero report. The latest Energy Trends report by the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero also shows that offshore wind generated 17.3% […]

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Rooftop Solar Can Aid In Mitigating 16% Building Emissions: CSTEP Study

A recent report published by CSTEP (Center for Study of Science, Technology, and Policy) said that rooftop solar deployment alone could mitigate 16 percent of building emissions in India. The findings came to the fore in the report of the Bangalore-based think tank’s study to develop net-zero pathways for India’s buildings sector by 2070, using […]

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Envision Energy Collaborates With Five Healthcare Firms for Net Zero Health Systems

Envision Energy, a company associated with green technology, has collaborated with five global healthcare companies regarding the transition to net zero health systems. The project aims to deliver around 200 gigawatt-hours (GWh) of green power annually from this year. This multi-party agreement across healthcare and renewable energy companies brings together for the first time five […]

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JinkoSolar Becomes The First PV Firm To Get SBTi Validated Net-Zero Targets

Global solar module manufacturer JinkoSolar has now become the first solar PV firm globally to get its net-zero targets validated with SBTi (Science Based Targets initiative). SBTi is a global body enabling businesses to set ambitious emissions reductions targets in line with the latest climate science.  Additionally, it is the second company in mainland China […]

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Dalmia Cement Plans To Use Wind Power For Its Tamil Nadu Plants

Indian cement manufacturer Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Limited has now planned to rope in wind power to cater to its power needs. In order to boost the use of renewable energy for its power needs, it has also issued a bid seeking developers.  The company, a subsidiary of Dalmia Bharat Limited, plans to use this renewable […]

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