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Karnataka MLAs set to work for efficient energy policy
Dec 09, 2013 The Karnataka Renewable Energy Policy 2009-14 estimates a renewable energy potential of about 18500 MW (excluding solar).
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Global forum on renewable energy
Jul 14, 2008 Renewable Energy India 2008 Expo will be held from August 21-23, 2008 at New Delhi. Organised by Exhibitions India Pvt. Ltd., in support with Government of India, the event will showcase innovations in the renewable and clean energy sector and discuss emerging opportunities in a parallel global conference.
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Conference on renewable energy to be held in Chennai, India
Jul 24, 2012 REaction 2012 a two-day conference to feature top leaders from all renewable sectors on a common platform
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6th Renewable Energy India 2012 Expo
Aug 31, 2012 Renewable Energy India is an annual exposition held in New Delhi to serve the Indian renewable energy market in leading sustainable development globally. It focuses on upscaling and mainstreaming environment-friendly renewable energy resources such as solar, wind, biomass, bio-fuel, small hydro, geothermal and energy efficiency through an international exhibition and conference platform.
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Equitable and environmentally sustainable development for poor
May 20, 2010 Sujatha Byravan, writes that it is crucial for the Government to take a path of clean energy and still deliver growth. Hence, National Solar Mission which is a commendable step towards being climate responsible must ensure that it does not marginalise the poor who have little to benefit from on grid power.
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Indian telecom sector's diesel consumption under question
Dec 14, 2011 Indian parliamentarians have urged the government to shift telecom sector’s focus from diesel to renewable energy.
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India, ASEAN parlays for cooperation in renewable energy
Nov 03, 2012 The Government of India will hold discussions on policy and regulatory frameworks for the promotion of renewable energy with Ministers of Renewable Energy of ASEAN countries in New Delhi on November 7, 2012.
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India targets 55,000 MW from renewable energy by 2017
Nov 05, 2012 The Government of India has planned to achieve around 55,000 Megawatt (MW) power generation from renewable sources over the next 5 years.
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Tapping algae to fuel energy needs
Nov 05, 2012 India’s minister for Science and Technology and Earth Sciences, said, technology needs to be harnessed to fight the challenges in the energy sector.
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India promotes R&D in new and renewable energy sector
Aug 13, 2012 In an attempt to give a boost to new and innovative technologies in the field of new and renewable energy applications, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) organised a two-day “R&D Conclave on New and Renewable Energy-Prospects for Cross-Cutting Technologies” from August 9-10 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi.
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Greenpeace road map for a cleaner Indian telecom sector
Aug 28, 2012 A report released by Greenpeace outlines an alternate environmental approach for reducing carbon emissions in the Indian telecom sector and replacing diesel with renewable energy technologies by 2020.
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General Motors installs 8.15 MW solar array in Germany
Sep 03, 2012 Continuing its responsible business agenda to become a company that is energy-friendly, car maker General Motors recently went ahead and installed a massive instalment of solar array in Germany, one that is equivalent to 32 football fields in size.
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India could do better on renewable energy, experts say
Sep 06, 2012 India is a country where thousands of villages are yet to get connected with the national thermal power grid. But in a country blessed with natural resources, harnessing of renewable energy could provide an answer to the nation’s power woes, writes Stella Paul.
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People have seen money in renewable energy: Ajay Vishnoi
Sep 07, 2012 With a renewed thrust on renewable energy, India’s central state of Madhya Pradesh has unveiled its solar, wind and biomass power policies. Showcasing its focused approach, the state government also inaugurated a website devoted to the cause of renewable energy in the state.
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(Bio)fuelling land acquisitions
Jul 03, 2012 Darryl D'Monte, Chairperson of the Forum of Environmental Journalists of India, in an article says cross-border investments to acquire or lease thousands of hectares of lands are taking place on a big scale globally, and is essentially being driven by the cheaper investment costs of both the labour and land.
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Renewable energy deals hit record high in 2011: report
Jul 26, 2012 The increase in renewable energy deals in 2011 signals a maturing of the renewable market all over the globe, but 2012 might still be a tough one for the market as the industry grapples with a slow economic scene.
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Solar technologies tops list of investments
Oct 11, 2012 Spurred by growing anxiety over sustainability and the environmental impact of fossil fuels, the world is reaching for clean power with renewed energy, according to a recent Worldwatch Institute report.
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UK announces £100 million fund for green investment
Aug 09, 2012 In a two-day summit on energy, organised by UK Trade & Investment, the Government of UK announced £100 million fund for green investment and new job opportunities it will create in the energy sector.
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India looks at Israel's expertise for its renewable energy sector
Oct 25, 2012 India looks at partnering with Israel to gain some insight from Israel's expertise in the renewable energy sector.
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The Maldives' battle against extinction
Nov 10, 2009 Maldivian President Mohamed Nasheed hopes nations most vulnerable to climate change will set an example to richer countries. The country is taking several measures to adopt cleaner technologies.
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Indian green lessons for the West
Nov 18, 2009 Developed nations are putting pressure on India to agree to cut its carbon emissions at the next month's climate change negotiations in Copenhagen. In the country’s most industrialised state, Gujarat, people are at it to prove that the answer to low-carbon growth lies in homegrown solutions.
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India's solar power: Bold plan or bargaining ploy?
Dec 14, 2009 The solar mission has been launched in India just in time for the climate change conference in Copenhagen. It has led some to believe that it is a government’s bargaining ploy, writes Padma Nagappan, San Diego-based business writer, but argues that the mission is good for the country.
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Green mobile network for rural Sri Lanka
Mar 31, 2009 Sri Lanka’s telecom sector is experimenting with green technologies to provide inexpensive mobile coverage to rural areas. For this, several base stations have been equipped with electricity generated out of wind and solar powers.
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Plans for clean energy agency revealed
Feb 02, 2009 Plans for a new global agency overseeing renewable energy were revealed this week. The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has the support of 75 countries and aims to promote clean-energy development around the globe.
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UN calls for global green new deal
Mar 20, 2009 UNEP's new policy brief launched ahead of the G-20 meeting in early April, calls for focused investment in five key sectors to help the economy bounce back from the current crisis. It claims the multiple benefits would help tackle climate change, global unemployment and poverty challenges as well.
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Maldives to lead renewable energy initiatives in South Asia
Jan 18, 2013 Acknowledging Maldives’ commitment towards the global environment movement, Maldives has been elected as the Vice Chair of the Assembly of International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). IRENA was officially established in Bonn, Germany, on 26 January 2009 to promote rapid transition towards the widespread and sustainable use of renewable energy on a global scale.
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Afghanistan: Biofuel has long term benefits, says report
Sep 20, 2010 A new report suggests biofuel could be a "green" solution to some of the larger problems Afghanistan is experiencing including military casualties, energy security and the opium trade.
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Year 2010 saw developing countries lead actions against climate change
Dec 31, 2010 From a year that started with failure of the Copenhagen Summit and ended with greater awareness and optimism at Cancún, 2010 saw developing countries coming to take the lead in action against climate change.
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Biomass can fuel giant leap forward in developing nations: Study
Mar 16, 2011 Using biomass energy could enable developing nations to fight poverty, create jobs, gain energy independence and help to both limit and adapt to climate change, says an International Institute for Environment and Development report. It urges nations to take advantage of biomass fuels and move towards green economies where the poor benefit from producing sustainable, clean energy.
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China at the forefront in clean energy investment: Pew
Mar 30, 2011 China has underlined its position as the world's leading power in clean energy investment by attracting a record $54.4bn (£34bn), a study done by the US Pew Environment Group in G20 leading economies has shown. In addition, China was also the world's leading producer of wind turbines and solar energy units.
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