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Empowering Students with New Energy
September 2018
The task of taking seven million solar study lamps to students living in some of the most backward areas of India is not an easy one
Hyundai plans to introduce full range of EV in India
August 2018
In order to grab a bigger share of the Indian roads and beat its competitor leader Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai Motor is planning to introduce a full range of Electric Vehicles (EV).
Despite a good talent pool, India lacks R&D in battery cells manufacturing
August 2018
In an interview with POWER TODAY, Dr Rahul Walawalkar, Executive Director, India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA), recommends that India must actively pursue bilateral agreements with rare Earth-rich nations, besides exploring such materials on its own territory to successfully meet the requirements of the emerging energy storage industry.
UJALA: LEDing To The Realm Of Energy Efficiency
July 2018
The UK is readying to import its lock, stock and barrel. A few countries are closely studying it with the intent of imbibing it.
LED lighting programme sets off a supply - demand chain reaction
July 2018
India's streetlights form a crucial component of the nation's investment in lighting and road safety. Launched in 2015, EESL's street light national programme (SNLP) has been instrumental in retrofitting over 6.1 million conventional street lights with LEDs in 941 municipalities across 28 states and union territories in the country.
EVs: A Techno-Commercial Analysis
June 2018
Electric Vehicles (EVs) offer a promising technology pathway for cutting down oil use and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions on a per-kilometre basis. EVs can achieve 50 g of CO2 emission per kilometre compared to the conventional, internal combustion engine (ICE) cars, which emit between 100 and 150 g of CO2 per kilometre.
Right policies are key to India's EV revolution
June 2018
EV is the most talked about topic in the energy industry today, because two energy sectors are involved - electric supply and oil and gas. On the supply ecosystem, the government is working on a policy as to who should be responsible for setting up the charging infrastructure.
Rail LED mission on home stretch
April 2018
The Chakradharpur railway division is likely to save around Rs 2.5 lakh annually in energy bills at three of its key stations, namely, Tatanagar, Rourkela and Jharsuguda. Railway officials said that installation of LED lamps at all the three stations, one of which is A1 category (Tatanagar) and the other two A category, was 80 per cent complete. Work was expected to be completed in another one week or so.
How lack of charging infra is fueling the cash economy
April 2018
As one of the signatories of the Paris Agreement under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, among its other commitments, India has also announced plans to majorly shift to electric vehicles by 2030.
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