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‘Electric mobility is the only way to get renewables in transportation’

According to reports, Mobility, is one of the pioneers in the electric mobility space, clocking more than 18 years on the track. After many years of trials and tribulations with Reva (now Mahindra Reva), Maini has finally moved on to building an entire ecosystem of renewable energy-based infrastructure with his new venture Sun Mobility. In an interview with ETtech, Chetan Maini, the vice-chairman of Sun, talks about his first venture, government policies, Elon Musk and why his new platform is cost ... Read More »

Praj opens India’s first second-generation bio-refinery for renewable fuels

According to reports, Praj Industries on Sunday announced the opening of India’s first integrated bio-refinery for renewable fuels and chemicals which will use a variety of agricultural residues to produce a variety of products. The second-generation bio-refinery demonstration plant, inaugurated by union minister Nitin Gadkari, is capable of producing 1 million litres per annum (MLPA) of ethanol by processing a variety of agri-residue like rice and wheat straw, cotton stalk, bagasse, cane trash, corn cobs and stover, etc, with superior ... Read More »

Solar energy to power Delhi Metro’s Phase III

According to reports, Delhi Metro’s Phase III is likely to be fully powered by solar energy.  Last week, Delhi Metro signed a purchase agreement for 25 years with Rewa Ultra Mega Solar Limited, a joint venture between Solar Energy Corporation of India and the Madhya Pradesh government.  Under this agreement, Delhi Metro will source 345 MUs annually from this project, “Effectively, the entire energy requirement of phase III of Delhi Metro project,” said a statement by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC). ... Read More »

Power Grid eyes electric vehicle play

According to reports, enthused by the market potential for electric vehicles (EV) in India, state-owned Power Grid Corp. of India Ltd (PGCIL), the power transmission utility responsible for establishing green energy transmission corridors, is considering setting up charging stations for EVs. The public sector unit is also exploring commercially viable energy storage solutions such as batteries that would help with grid stability—the balance between production and consumption. “We are working on developing an EV business. The idea is to store ... Read More »

SAIL TO GENERATE POWER FROM MUNICIPAL WASTE

According to reports, Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL), India’s largest steel maker in public sector, will set up a processing plant for generating power from municipal solid waste generated in Bhilai township, company officials said on Saturday. The processing plant would utilise pyrolysis/ biomethanation/ RDF based Municipal solid waste technology or any other gasification technology for ‘Waste to Energy’ power generation. Power will be generated from 400 tonnes of municipal solid waste per day, officials added. As per a ... Read More »

Trai extends industry feedback deadlines again on ways to cut telco carbon emissions

According to reports, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) has for a second time extended the deadlines for stakeholder comments and counter-comments on its discussion paper on ways to reduce carbon emissions in the telecom industry and computing carbon footprint in mobile networks. The telecom regulator has now sought comments on the discussion paper by April 3 and counter-comments by April 17. It had originally sought comments and counter-comments by February 13 and February 27 respectively, and had initially ... Read More »

Get the strategy right for integrating renewable energy into Indian grid

According to reports, India has embarked upon a laudable and ambitious program to install 100 GW of solar PV plants and 60 GW of wind turbine plants by 2022. However, such a large scale addition of variable or intermittent generation in a system packed with inflexible baseload coal plants – expected to total to around 250 GW by 2022 – will pose a challenge to grid management. Tackling this will require some planning and course correction. Is there a precedent ... Read More »

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