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  • India's Total Renewable Energy Capacity Reaches 168.96 GW Mark

    R K Singh, Union Minister for Electricity, New and Renewable Energy addressed the parliament on Tuesday and highlighted that the total installed renewable energy capacity in India will reach 168.96 GW by the end of February 2023.

  • Scientist discovers a 'zombie virus' amid melting permafrost in Arctic

    Warmer temperatures in the Arctic area are melting decades-old ice, and a scientist looking for infectious particles in permafrost has discovered "zombie viruses." According to CNN, the particles were discovered in soil samples from Siberian permafrost by Jean-Michel Claverie, an Emeritus professor of medicine and genetics at the Aix-Marseille University School of Medicine in Marseille, France.

  • India on top in green energy sector among developing countries

    India has been the epicentre of climate preservation and environmental sustainability from time immemorial. A considerable body of folklore literature and practices aimed at adopting a holistic perspective of natural resources continue to serve as the stable basis upon which the mainstream narrative of Indian society is created.

  • Eni and ADNOC join hands for low-carbon projects

    While Rome's new administration attempts to repair ties with the United Arab Emirates, Italian oil and gas giant Eni (ENI.MI) announced plans to collaborate with Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (ADNOC) on energy transition initiatives.

  • India and Denmark join hands to facilitate green energy projects

    Climate Change and Environment Minister Bhupendra Yadav stated that India and Denmark have established ambitious green energy objectives in collaboration. They will be a watershed moment in global environmental protection, contributing to the execution of the Paris Agreement.

  • Essar to invest $3.6 billion in low-carbon projects in the UK and India

    Essar Group of India announced on Monday the formation of a new organisation that would oversee its different companies and push $3.6 billion in low-carbon projects in the United Kingdom and India over the next five years. Essar, founded by billionaire brothers Shashi and Ravi Ruia, has sold part of its Indian holdings in telecom, oil refining, and steel in order to pay off its massive debt.

  • PM Modi highlights the importance of renewable energy investment in his post-budget speech

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed players from the energy sector to invest in the country on Thursday, emphasising that the Union Budget will play a vital role in establishing India as a leader in the global green energy market.

  • PMC to build India's first waste-to-hydrogen facility in Pune

    PMC has joined hands with a private company, TheGreenBillions Ltd (TGBL), to build India’s first waste-to-hydrogen facility. TGBL, a sustainability solutions manufacturing firm has signed a 30-year partnership with PMC.

  • Goa “Green Tourism Plans” Preparing To Switch To Renewable Energy

    The state administration of Goa has started creating a road map for the state's shift to green energy, eager to forward its goals for green tourism. The creation of a green rating system and the implementation of decarbonization plans or programmes for the state's tourism industry and related industries are among the goals of the draft plan.

  • Renewable Energy Goal Hampered By CEA's Warning

    Despite India's emphasis on renewable energy, a recent directive from the Central Electricity Authority (CEA) of India to power companies ordering them to postpone retiring any thermal units until 2030 has upset analysts who believe the action may set India's efforts toward an energy transition back. According to CEA's notice from January 20,