Going off-grid to power solution
Green politics for green technologies
The endgame at Cancun
No cheap change is possible
No climate for cleantech
Most of the clean energy innovations are with just six rich countries and hardly any technology is coming to developing nations
'Let us internalise the relation we need to have with nature'
Jonathon Porritt wears many hats. A pioneer of green politics in the UK, sustainability campaigner, media personality and writer. His latest book,…
Poor show for renewable energy sector
Budget outlay for Ministry of New and Renewable Energy reduced
Second-generation reforms in energy certification come through
EU's energy plan offers relief to eastern nations
How green is the budget?
भारतीय वैज्ञानिकों ने बनाया कंपन से बिजली उत्पन्न करने का उपकरण
यह उपकरण 11 एलईडी बल्बों को रोशन कर सकता है, इसका उपयोग अपने आप चलने वाले उपकरणों और जैव चिकित्सा में किया जा सकता ...
‘No country can control the entire critical mineral value chain’
India needs to act fast on exploration, excavation and setting up critical material value chains through adequate downstream investments
कोयले की खपत के मामले में दुनिया में दूसरे नंबर पर है भारत
एक ओर जहां कोयले को चरणबद्ध तरीके से हटाने की बात हो रही है, वहीं भारत कोयले की खपत करने में दुनिया भर में ...
Powerful winds of change: How India can benefit from offshore
After policy framework, industry now needs support
‘We won’t deliver financial stability if we don’t manage climate risks’
UK’s climate envoy talks to Down To Earth about their efforts to combat climate change and partnerships with India for a sustainable future
Solar tariffs are constantly going down and that may not be good news
Dipping at an alarming rate, India's solar tariffs recently reached an all-time low of Rs 2.44 per unit. Will it hurt the renewable sector?
COP 22: more than 20 nations sign framework agreement on International Solar Alliance
International Solar Alliance is an initiative by India wherein 121 solar resource-rich countries have come together
As investment in energy declines, share of renewable energy improves
New IEA report shows an increasing trend in the share of investments in renewable energy, especially for electricity generation
Thailand’s largest solar plant gives hope for more private sector projects
By replacing fossil fuels, the solar plant will avoid release of more than 1.3 million tonnes of greenhouse gases into atmosphere over next 25 years
No rise in CO2 emissions globally for second year in a row: IEA
For the year 2015, global CO2 emissions stood at 32.1 billion tonnes, essentially the same as levels in 2013
Maine to give incentives for solar installations with new metering policy
The USA state is set to provide compensation through 20-year contracts for residential and small solar plants
Scotland to build world’s largest floating wind farm
The farm will be the UK's first ever floating wind farm project
An innovative, zero-emission system for electricity generation
My innovation seeks to generate electricity 24X7 from solar and wind energy, without any emissions