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IEA cautions against India´s coal-dominated energy supply growth
July 2015
Paris-based energy think-tank for the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries, the International Energy Agency (IEA), has said that coal and other fossil fuels will continue to dominate India´s energy mix even as it lauded the government´s efforts to expand green energy sources through 2022.
Exploring strategic reserves
May 2015
The Government of India (GoI) had in 2004 decided to set up 5 million metric tons of strategic crude oil storages at Visakhapatnam, Mangalore and Padur, in order to ensure energy security, which in addition to the existing storages of crude oil and petroleum products with oil companies, serve as a cushion in response to external supply disruptions.
Green shoots
December 2012
“When there is a will, there is a way”— there can be no better testimony to this adage, than the performance of the county’s ailing power sector. Despite a tumultuous global economy, emerging economies have maintained a mixed performance and growth trend beating industry blues by sheer grit and will.
Green shoots
December 2012
“When there is a will, there is a way”— there can be no better testimony to this adage, than the performance of the county’s ailing power sector. Despite a tumultuous global economy, emerging economies have maintained a mixed performance and growth trend beating industry blues by sheer grit and will.
Hydro to lead global renewable energy growth
November 2011
A US agency report predicts that hydroelectric power will constitute 55 per cent of the renewable energy added globally till 2035. The 'International Energy Outlook 2011' published by the US Energy Information Administration (EIA)
Hydro to lead global renewable energy growth
November 2011
A US agency report predicts that hydroelectric power will constitute 55 per cent of the renewable energy added globally till 2035. The 'International Energy Outlook 2011' published by the US Energy Information Administration (EIA)
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.
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