non-fossil fuel

Tata Power’s Q1 Generation Up 5.5% to 13,113 Mus

In line with its commitment to generate 30 percent to 40 percent power from non-fossil fuel sources by 2025, Tata Power is progressively increasing its renewable energy installations in India. Country’s one of the leading integrated power company, Tata Power’s generation capacity has increased by 5.5 percent to 13,113 MUs in Q1 FY19 as compared […]

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Green Energy Will Account For 40% of Total Energy Production in India, Says Harsh Vardhan  

Green energy, electricity produced from non-fossil fuel sources such as wind, solar power, and hydropower, will account for 40% of the total energy production in India As the country is leading the new initiatives in fighting climate change and greenhouse emission, it is also rapidly shifting from the conventional source of energy to clean energy. […]

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Half of India’s energy capacity will be from non-fossil fuel sources in 10 years

If India achieves its target to install 175 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2022 — as committed under the 2015 Paris Agreement — it will not need to install, at least until 2027, any more coal-fired capacity than the 50 GW currently under construction. Non-fossil fuels — renewables, nuclear and large hydroelectric power plants […]

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