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Renewable Energy

Solar energy is everybody's business

Posted on: 3 Feb, 2012
Solar mission is too important to let doubtful dealings hijack it

Can’t switch to renewable energy: telecom operators

Issue Date: Jan 25, 2012
The telecom industry is finding it difficult to implement the recent directions issued by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) on cutting carbon emissions. DoT had issued directions on January 4, wherein it asked the service providers to frame a Carbon Credit Policy detailing methods to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Two technologies that shape our future

Author(s): Bharat Lal Seth
Issue Date: Feb 28, 2011
A tremor ran through the cutting- edge electric car industry last month. Mathieu Tenenbaum, working with French automaker Renault, was just another faceless name till then. But one espionage story that hit the newsstands made him infamous in a single stroke.

New gold rush

Issue Date: Jun 15, 2010
India is on a mission. To drastically ramp up its solar power production to 22,000 MW by 2022.

Pressure point

Issue Date: Dec 15, 2008
At the climate change conference in Poznan, Poland, the world could get cooked, for good A curtain raiser on the climate negotiations in Poznan. By Chandra Bhushan, Mario D'Souza, Sunita Narain, Pratap Pandey, Pradip Saha and Kushal Pal Singh Yadav

Fanning an alternative

Issue Date: Aug 15, 2008
Today Maharashtra is second only to Tamil Nadu in terms of installed capacity to generate wind power; as on March 31 this year 1,756 mw. The potential? A whopping 3,650 mw in 28 feasible sites.

How green is your building?

Issue Date: Aug 31, 2007

Time to Plug in

Issue Date: May 31, 2004
There is a prominently held view that dissemination of renewable energy technology is marred by high costs. It's true that a few technologies like wind power have become cheaper, but others are still expensive. Solar photovoltaics (PV) and wind energy now cost one-tenth of what they did in the early 1980s. Today a wind energy plant costs just about the same as a coal-fired thermal power plant of the same capacity; it could be even cheaper at places with high wind speeds.

Time to plug in

Issue Date: Jun 15, 2004
There is a prominently held view that dissemination of renewable energy technology is marred by high costs. It's true that a few technologies like wind power have become cheaper, but others are still expensive. Solar photovoltaics (PV) and wind energy now cost one tenth of what they did in early 1980s. Today a wind energy plant costs just about the same as a coal-fired thermal power plant of the same capacity; it could be even cheaper at places with high wind speeds.
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