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Govt should not delay halting coal plant expansion | Greenpeace
August 2016
Noting that the International Energy Agency (IEA) reaffirmed its position that thermal power plants contribute to air pollution, Greenpeace India said the government should not delay halting its expansion plans for coal plants.
Thermal power plants leading to spike in SO2, NO2
July 2016
According to the report titled, -'Out of Sight: How coal burning advances India-'s air pollution crisis-' by Greenpeace India, clusters of thermal power plants in Northern India were the sources of growth in emissions of highly toxic and reactive gases in the past few years.
Nuclear regulator, liability the industry
December 2015
When talking about Nuclear power, there are two immediate issues that need attention: a) the nuclear regulator and b) the issue of nuclear liability. The Government needs to replace the existing, quasi-independent nuclear regulator with a truly independent one.
States,fall in line!
July 2015
The recent Supreme Court order in the Hindustan Zinc Ltd Vs Rajasthan Electricity Regulatory Commission (RERC) case has given the Renewable Purchase Obligations (RPO) cause a huge boost (See Box: Supreme Court Verdict). But, while most industry players POWER TODAY spoke to deemed the verdict long awaited
Report reveals Delhi potential of 2 gw of solar power
July 2013
'Rooftop Revolution: Unleashing Delhi's Solar Potential,' a report by Greenpeace India was released recently, disclosing Delhi's potential for solar power at 2 gig watts (gw) using only 1.6 per cent of the city's roofspace. The report, released by former Chief Justice of India, AP Shah, charts a green and viable path for Delhi to move towards energy security. Co-authored with Bridge to India, the report reveals that by achieving the 2 gw potential the city can generate 4500 million kilowatt hour
Report reveals Delhi potential of 2 gw of solar power
July 2013
'Rooftop Revolution: Unleashing Delhi's Solar Potential,' a report by Greenpeace India was released recently, disclosing Delhi's potential for solar power at 2 gig watts (gw) using only 1.6 per cent of the city's roofspace. The report, released by former Chief Justice of India, AP Shah, charts a green and viable path for Delhi to move towards energy security. Co-authored with Bridge to India, the report reveals that by achieving the 2 gw potential the city can generate 4500 million kilowatt hour
Greenpeace report highlights failure of states
May 2013
In its recent report, Greenpeace India highlighted that over 25 percent of electricity aimed to be generated from renewable sources in 2012 was lost because 20 of the 29 states failed to meet their targets last year. India registered a deficit of 14,268 million units of electricity owing to lack of proper implementation of the set target, the environmental group said
Greenpeace report highlights failure of states
May 2013
In its recent report, Greenpeace India highlighted that over 25 percent of electricity aimed to be generated from renewable sources in 2012 was lost because 20 of the 29 states failed to meet their targets last year. India registered a deficit of 14,268 million units of electricity owing to lack of proper implementation of the set target, the environmental group said
Greenpeace emphasises renewable priority
April 2013
Greenpeace India made a request to Bihar deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi, to prioritize renewable energy (RE) based electricity generation in the budget allocation for the financial year 2013-14.
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