India can be a great power using more renewable energy

India can be a great power, ushering in a game changing third industrial revolution by utilising its renewable energy resources and collaborating with power producers and suppliers, says American economist and author Jeremy Rifkin. “With the second industrial revolution, which … Continue reading

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India’s biggest solar farm/ installation of 40 MW completed in Kutch- What we need is Net Metering

Solar Power in India is growing at a rapid pace boosted by state and federal government subsidies. Besides the large energy deficit and falling Indian solar panel prices are also helping. Adani Power which is one the biggest power producers … Continue reading

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Why India’s Green Energy 12th Five Year Plan Target of 17000 MW is Too Low

India has seen decent growth in the past mainly driven by Wind Energy which accounts for almost 65% of the estimated 20 GW of Green Energy capacity installed in the country.However to meet India’s 2020 Green Energy Target of 15% … Continue reading

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India Engineering Conglomerates GMR and L&T Raise their Solar Ambitions

The Indian Solar Power has been one bright spot in the gloomy infrastructure and engineering sectors in 2011. With share prices crashing with growing corruption, land acquisition and financing problems, Solar Energy has surged in India thanks to government support … Continue reading

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Solar surge drove record clean energy investment in 2011

Total new investment in clean energy increased 5% to $260bn in 2011, despite the sluggish global economy and a painful squeeze on manufacturers London and New York, 12 January 2012 – Global investment in clean energy reached a new record … Continue reading

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