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European Bank To Invest $21.4M In Azerbaijan’s Solar Plant

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), and the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) have all approved a finance package of $114.2 million (USD) to help Azerbaijan diversify its energy mix. The funds will facilitate a 230 MW photovoltaic (PV) solar power […]

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Biden’s 30 GW Offshore Wind Plans Face Many Headwinds

Plans to lease much of the U.S. coastline — from the Gulf of Mexico to the Northeast, California and Oregon — for offshore wind farms by 2025 are likely to face a steady barrage of resistance from various constituents, as renewable energy faces the biggest problem fossil fuels largely bypass. The NIMBY syndrome, or (Not […]

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Committed to Reduce Emissions by 33 to 35% From 2005 Levels: PM Modi at WSDS

PM Modi at the WSDS inauguration reiterated India’s commitment to reduce the emissions intensity of GDP by 33 to 35 percent from 2005 levels. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on February 10, 2021, inaugurated the World Sustainable Development Summit (WSDS) 2021 via video conferencing. During the event, PM Modi reiterated India’s commitment to reduce the emissions […]

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New Solar Energy Plan for Bangladesh Provides Solutions for Energy Security, Rising Costs

A shift in focus to renewables would help to reduce the need for power subsidies or tariff increases A new National Solar Energy Action Plan that has reportedly been drafted by SREDA – the Sustainable and Renewable Energy Development Authority – could be a significant and timely turnaround in Bangladesh’s renewable energy ambition. The report is coming […]

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Power Minister Rubbishes News of October Woes for Thermal Plants

Mr. R.K. Singh, the Minister of Power and New and Renewable Energy has denied the news of idling in the thermal sector. Is he right? In a somewhat belated response to a series of stories that  came out last week about the ‘distress’ in the thermal power sector, Shri R.K. Singh, India’s MNRE Minister has […]

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India’s Five States host two-thirds of country’s Solar Power Capacity

Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu accounts for 67% of the total solar power capacity operation in India. Solar power installed capacity is highly concentrated in few states in India. This is largely the result of proactive initiatives taken by some states that are also endowed with ample solar radiation resource and surplus […]

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Year-End Review – Ministry of Power

In view of the growing need of the Indian Economy, Government of India has embarked upon a massive programme to provide 24×7 power across the country by 2019. After the completion of half of its term, the Government has achieved many important milestones in the Power sector. Special focus has also been given to North East by giving […]

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NTPC Looks for Nuclear Power Addition; Bullish on Renewable Energy

Power conglomerate NTPC has announced in its 18th Analysts & Investors Meet that the company is foraying into nuclear power while maintaining its thrust on the renewable sector. Chairman and Managing Director, Gurdeep Singh, said, “Discussions are underway for adding the nuclear capacity. This is the new thing that you would probably be hearing that we […]

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