Good Progress, but More Needed
India has taken a big leap in energy efficiency, with significant improvement in both supply-side and demand-side management in the past five years; the challenge now is to increase storage capacity and reduce T&D losses, says Renjini Liza Varghese.
Power-packed M&A thrust
It can be a pure 'make-in-India' story in the making. Ever since the US has decided to pull out of the historic 'Paris Accord on Climate Change,' the weather for the renewable sector in the country is turning out to be exciting.
The key to achieving India’s energy goals
The Paris Climate Change Agreement came into force this year, marking a defining moment in international history. India emerged at the forefront of this development where it pledged to seek sustainable and smart solutions for the future.
TERI places lens on smart governance
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), as part of its ongoing endeavours to create a better world for future generations through the adoption of new digital technologies, is hosting the 5th edition of the International Conference on Digital Libraries (ICDL) from December 13-16, 2016 in Delhi.
The Solar Boom Marches On
Thomas Edison had in 1931 during a conversation with Henry Ford mentioned, ´I´d put my money on the sun and solar energy. What a source of power!
I hope we don´t have to wait until oil and coal run out before we tackle that.´ It appears that Government of India (GoI) is following the same spirit while implementing the largest renewable capacity expansion program in the world
From Fifty-Fifty, to 55-55
Fifty-fifty, to us represents a difficult, or ´can go either way´ kind of choice. The age-old dilemma between industrial development and environmental protection falls in this category.
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