IIT-M students develop intelligent street lighting device
At a time when the city corporation is set to revamp lighting on streets in the extended zones with LED lamps, students from Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-M) have come with a solution that they say can reduce power consumption.
Carbon Trust partners with PKF in India
The Carbon Trust has established a presence in India by forming a strategic alliance with PKF Group, headquartered in Chennai and with offices in all metro cities in the country.
Tata Power Solar commissions 3 MW solar plant at Noamundi
With due consideration towards Tata Steel’s initiative to reducing carbon footprint, a 3 MW solar PV power plant has been commissioned at Noamundi - the first in any iron ore mine in the country. The project, covering 19 acres of land, was executed by Tata Power Solar and will help reduce CO2 emission by about 3,000 tonnes p.a.
ROSATOM considers localisation in India
Subsidiary of ROSATOM State Atomic Energy Corporation UMATEX Group, signed agreements with Indian companies for localisation of the carbon fabrics production based on Russian carbon fibre, stated.
DEWA to implement Carbon Neutral Emissions initiative for Earth Hour 2017
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has announced that it will implement its Carbon Neutral Emissions initiative again for this year’s Earth Hour celebration, in cooperation with the Dubai Carbon Centre of Excellence (Dubai Carbon), as part of its commitment to environmental protection and carbon footprint reduction for generations to come, and to achieve its vision to become a sustainable innovative world-class utility.
Sterling and Wilson wins EPC Contract in Morocco
Largest global Solar EPC company, Sterling and Wilson, has signed an agreement to construct a 170 MW PV facility, with the consortium led by ACWA Power in the Kingdom of Morocco. \The NOOR PV I Program will consist of three projects: NOOR Ouarzazate IV, with a capacity of around 70 MW, NOOR Laayoune, 80 MW and NOOR Boujdour, 20 MW.