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Pay Dirt
June 2017
The humongous amounts of garbage generated in India can very well entitle the waste management sector to claim being an industry. A
Energy-efficient power plants crucial to tackle emissions
June 2017
India's power generation capacity has nearly tripled in the last 15 years from 105 GW in 2002 to 315 GW in 2017 as demand for electrical energy surged in a rapidly expanding economy. During this time, 140 GW of coal and gas power generation installed base were set-up.
More Action Needed to Meet Energy Goals by 2030, New Report finds
April 2017
The current pace of progress on three global energy goals – access to electricity, renewable energy and efficiency – is not moving fast enough to meet 2030 targets, according to the latest Global Tracking Framework (GTF) report released today by the World Bank and the International Energy Agency as part of the Sustainable Energy for All Knowledge Hub.
Genset business will go up by $1.5 bn to $2.6 bn by year end
March 2016
The government announcements to boost the renewable energy sector and increasing domestic production of the coal exemplify Government of India´s efforts to improve the power situation.
India eyes Africa´s vast resources to meet rising energy demand
March 2016
India has asked its oil firms to boost ties with resource-rich Africa as the south Asian nation wants to take advantage of tumbling crude prices to lock in supplies to meet future demand.
Waste-to-energy: the solution to India´s power crisis
June 2015
The humongous amounts of garbage generated in India can very well entitle the waste management sector to claim being an industry. Add to this, people´s ´Not In My Backyard´ syndrome and lack of initiative from civic authorities, which have exacer¡bated the garbage disposal problem, and we´re left with an ever increasing and undealt with stink.
How green is biomass?
October 2011
Biomass today is by far the most important source of renewable energy. The majority is “traditional” biomass in developing countries, i.e., burning of primarily wood, charcoal, agricultural residues and animal dung for heating and cooking, but the share of modern use of biomass for electricity generation and as feedstock for fuel generation is growing fast.
How green is biomass?
October 2011
Biomass today is by far the most important source of renewable energy. The majority is “traditional” biomass in developing countries, i.e., burning of primarily wood, charcoal, agricultural residues and animal dung for heating and cooking, but the share of modern use of biomass for electricity generation and as feedstock for fuel generation is growing fast.
CCS versus CO2
August 2011
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) can mitigate the contribution of carbon dioxide (CO2) to global warming, says Magnus Melin as he presents a snap-shot of the current state of play around the globe.
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