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Bangladeshi MPs want ‘better plan’ for renewable energy
Aug 23, 2013 Legislators in Bangladesh have urged the government for drawing an effective plan for renewable energy development.
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Paint your walls with solar power
May 06, 2013 Yes, scientists are about to uncork a paint capable of generating green power from all the solar heat walls absorb through the day. Interestingly, this game-changing breakthrough is coming from sun starved London!
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Pakistan has been facing worst energy crisis, says an expert
Jan 07, 2014 The renewable energy sources remain underutilized despite being cost effective and less hazardous for the environment, says Rafi Amir-ud-Din from the School of Economics, International Islamic University. Following is an excerpt from a paper presented at Conference on ‘Energy Security and Economic Sustainability: The Way Forward’ held at Islamabad.
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Solar race ramps up in Africa and Asia
Nov 16, 2012 With accreditation of their Indigo product, Azuri Technologies is all set to amp up business opportunities in Asia and Africa.
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Facing the Sun
Apr 03, 2013 The book ‘Facing the Sun’, published by the Centre for Science and Environment, provides a thorough research on how grid-connected solar power projects can be implemented in India successfully.
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India’s fuel import bill makes sense for it to develop biofuel technology: Expert
Nov 10, 2012 Himadri B Pakrasi, Director, International Center for Advanced Renewable Energy and Sustainability (I-CARES), is director of two prestigious large-scale, multi-institutional, Systems Biology projects in the Washington University. OneWorld’s Ashok Kumar spoke to him on the role of biofuels and how these make economic sense for developing countries like India.
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International cooperation for renewable energy revolution
Mar 18, 2013 At an international climate forum, members of parliaments from across Africa, Asia and Europe emphasised on the importance of renewable energy to meet the challenges of the climate change in the contemporary world.
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Fullerton India installs wind turbine to power school
Apr 03, 2013 Fullerton India installed a micro hybrid wind turbine to help a junior school in Annur, in the southern city of Tamil Nadu in India. The wind turbine is seen as a ways to ensure the school has regular power supply, as it suffers from extensive power outages generally.
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Solar-powered 'water ATMs' deliver at the last mile
Feb 27, 2013 Starting by redefining success, machines that vend clean water at low cost can solve India's drinking water problem, says entrepreneur Anand Shah.
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OPIC funds wind power in Pakistan and Peru
Mar 29, 2013 The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) has extended an enormous amount of $288 million for renewable energy projects in Pakistan and Peru.
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Village in Indian state of Bihar frees itself from darkness
Jul 21, 2014 Costing Rs 3 crore, the solar-powered micro-grid provides 24x7 electricity to more than 450 households and 50 commercial establishments.
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ADB lends Nepal $150 million for hydropower plant
Feb 26, 2013 To tackle the intense energy crisis in Nepal, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) is lending USD 150 million for a hydropower plant in the country.
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Online global renewable energy atlas launched
Feb 08, 2013 An online atlas of global renewable energy potential has been launched to try to identify the most promising places for investment and to help guide governments' energy policies and planning.
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Su-Kam's new Solar Home Lighting System: an eco-friendly lighting solution for homes
Jan 22, 2013 Su-Kam Power Systems Limited announced the launch of Su-Kam 'Solar Home Lighting System' an eco-friendly solar lighting solution for houses.
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Punjab approves new renewable energy policy
Nov 27, 2012 New policy passed by the Government of Punjab aims at encouraging more and more renewable energy firms and entrepreneurs to set-up in the northern state of India.
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Indian ministry for mandatory compliance of RPOs
Oct 04, 2013 India’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has pushed for Mandatory Compliance of RPOs (Renewable Purchase Obligations) to achieve renewable energy targets.
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Indian govt allocates Rs 400 cr for solar pump sets
Jul 15, 2014 The Indian Budget-2014 talks about harnessing clean energy through incentive-based cost reduction measures.
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Greenpeace launches documentary film ‘Coal Curse’
Apr 16, 2013 At a time when the country is reeling under a severe power crisis, eminent journalist Paranjoy Guha Thakurta launched his documentary film “Coal Curse” in New Delhi today. The film release has been timed to question India’s over reliance on coal as an energy source, which has failed to deliver time and again.
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India to double renewable energy capacity: PM
Apr 17, 2013 The Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had said that the country had drawn up plans to double its renewable energy capacity to 55,000 MW by 2017 as part initiatives to promote renewable energy use.
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India for incentivising use of clean energy: Montek Singh
Apr 18, 2013 "We are interested in incentivising the use of clean energy,” said Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Deputy Chairman of India’s Planning Commission.
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South Indian city to host legislators meet on wind energy
Jul 09, 2013 The Indian Wind industry has seen considerable growth over the past few years, attributed to aggressive policy incentives and support extended by the government.
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Indian Govt plans to install one lakh solar pumps
Jul 29, 2014 Solar water pumps are a natural substitute to diesel-run-pumps and can be used to pump water in areas.
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Micro hydros can power rural Afghanistan, Nepal
Apr 01, 2013 Micro hydro-electric plants linked to a mini-grid offer a cost-effective and renewable option for rural electrification in the hilly and mountainous terrain of Afghanistan and Nepal, say researchers.
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Nepal subsidises renewable energy
Apr 11, 2013 Nepal’s recently adopted policy of subsidising renewable energy is the latest of many attempts to electrify long-deprived areas, but much more is needed, say experts.
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Renewables: Developing nations lead in policy making
Jun 06, 2014 The number of developing economies engaged in renewable energy production has considerably increased with better support policies and technological advances.
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Policy innovation crucial for promoting renewables in India: V Subramanian
Jun 26, 2014 V Subramanian, Former Secretary, India’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy and currently CEO and Chairman of Indian Wind Energy Association, in an interview to OneWorld South Asia said that Indian government should formulate a total renewable energy mission to promote non-conventional sources of energy.
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Renewable energy targets: Greenpeace protests in Delhi
May 15, 2013 The Greenpeace activists demanded to meet Delhi’s Power Minister, Haroon Yusuf, and pressed for his commitment to a policy on renewables energising the Indian capital.
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Fossil fuel subsidies dwarf green investment: report
Apr 12, 2013 Developing nations are spending $396bn on fossil fuel subsidies a year while receiving $5bn in support to tackle climate change, according to a new study by the Overseas Development Institute (ODI).
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Cheapest energy is the best energy: Nobel Laureate
Feb 02, 2013 Nobel Laureate Prof. Carlo Rubbia mesmerised the crowd by his part-scientific and part-policy views on energy at the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit 2013 (DSDS), organised by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).
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'Need to expand access to clean energy sources'
Mar 26, 2013 Mukul Sharma is the South Asia Regional Director of Climate Parliament, a group of legislators working to raise issues concerning climate change across the world. He writes for OneWorld South Asia about how despite increased budget allocation to renewable energy, there need to be many more things done to ensure the government meets its ambitious targets according to the 12th five year plan.
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