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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Current Growth Insufficient To Meet Global Net Zero Targets: KPMG Report

A latest report from KPMG said that current developments across the world were not enough to meet the net zero targets globally.  It said that governments and industry must deliver transformative change on net zero but are currently hamstrung by significant barriers, including global public debt, domestic tensions, increased opposition to decarbonization plans, and the […]

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Changes In BIPV Components Can Hike PV Efficiency By 4.5%: Study

A recent research report on Building-Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) and its impact in cooling roofs shed light on several interesting facts. The research was undertaken by the researchers from the University of South Wales (Australia) and Calcutta University. The study demonstrated the growing significance of rooftop-integrated photovoltaic systems (PVs) in the solar energy landscape. The study […]

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Clean Energy Investments Have Surged In India: IEA Report

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has recently released a document on the roadmap for the Net Zero plans. The report indicates the role of government policies in bringing improvement in solar PV.  The report emphasizes that the clean energy investment today is dominated by the advanced economies and China. As per the report, large economies such as India […]

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India On A Right Track Towards Net-Zero But Need Finances: Report

A new report by Brusels-based think tank Strategic Perspectives compared the performance of five major economies- US, China, EU, India and Japan on zero carbon technologies. The report compared the performance of these five major economies on manufacturing, deployment and investment in key decarbonization technologies like renewable energy, and electric vehicles (EVs), as well as the […]

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NLC India Moving Towards Hybrid RE Projects: Prasanna Kumar, CMD

Saur: What are the significant works NLCIL undertook in the past few years to boost its renewable portfolio? CMD: NLC India Limited (NLCIL) was an early bird central PSU to venture into the renewable sector. Our first renewable energy project was awarded in 2013 with a 51 MW wind power project. Later, we shifted towards […]

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With 224MW Solar Capacity, SCCL Achieves 40% of Its Net Zero Targets

Union Coal Minister Pralhad Joshi recently told the Parliament that the Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) had achieved around 40 percent of its net-zero targets. The Minister disclosed this information while responding to a coal supply and consumption query. He said that both Coal India Limited (CIL) and Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) are working […]

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Five Ways Indian Railways Plans To Go Net-Zero By 2030

  Indian Railways has one of the largest networks of rail lines in the world. In the last few decades, it successfully transformed from diesel to electric engines. The major source of transport and freight services in the country now is another fuel transition phase. Slowly, the Indian government entity is moving away from diesel […]

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Sunsure Energy Establishes Three Solar Power Plants for Dalmia Bharat Cement

Independent Power Producer Sunsure Energy has set up three solar power projects for cement manufacturer Dalmia Bharat Cement to help power up the cement major’s operations. The solar power projects are for a cumulative capacity of 23.74 MW. The said projects entail a 17.5 MW capacity solar power project in Cuttack, Odisha. The project will […]

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