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  • India's Renewable Energy Surge

    India's renewable energy sector is expanding rapidly, reaching 150 GW of capacity, demonstrating the country's commitment to sustainability and climate action.

  • India Ramps Up Green Energy Efforts with Multi-Billion Dollar Initiative

    India has embarked on a significant initiative to bolster its renewable energy sector with an investment exceeding ₹50 billion. This ambitious plan prioritizes solar and wind power, aiming to solidify the nation's green energy infrastructure.

  • Bridging the Green Gap: Empowering Women in Renewable Energy

    The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) took a significant step towards gender inclusivity in the clean energy sector by hosting an event titled "Women in Renewable Energy: Inspiring Gender Inclusion through Skill Development and Targeted Policies for Green Jobs."

  • India's Energy Subsidies Reach 9-Year Peak Amidst Global Crisis

    India's energy subsidies have skyrocketed to a nine-year high of $39.3 billion in 2023. This surge is a response to the global energy crisis of 2022 and the country's ever-growing energy demands.

  • India's Coal Industry Embraces Greener Future with Ambitious Renewable Energy Target

    India's coal industry is undergoing a surprising transformation. The Ministry of Coal has set a groundbreaking target of expanding the renewable energy capacity within the coal sector to a staggering 9 GW by 2030.

  • Signs of Hope: Methane Emissions from Fossil Fuels to Dip Soon

    A recent update from the International Energy Agency (IEA) offers a glimmer of hope in the fight against climate change. Their report suggests that methane emissions, primarily caused by fossil fuel production and use, are poised for a decline soon. While there was a slight increase in 2023 compared to the previous year, the analysis predicts a future downturn.

  • Empowering Women Farmers: Solar Power as a Beacon of Hope in Combating Climate Change

    A ray of sunshine is bringing much-needed support to women farmers in Bihar, India, in their fight against climate change. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has partnered with local organizations to equip women-led Self Help Groups (SHGs) with solar-powered cold storage units. This initiative addresses two crucial challenges: food spoilage and climate resilience.

  • Catch the Rain 2024: A Campaign for Sustainable Water Management

    The Indian government has launched the Jal Shakti Abhiyan: Catch the Rain-2024 campaign to promote sustainable water management practices throughout the country. This initiative builds upon the success of the Jal Shakti Abhiyan program launched in 2019 and emphasizes rainwater harvesting, women empowerment, and water conservation efforts.

  • Telangana Unveils New Energy Policy Focused on Solar Power and Affordability

    The Telangana government has announced a new energy policy that prioritizes solar power generation and affordability. This policy aims to increase solar power production by establishing solar power plants on vacant lands and irrigation canals. Additionally, the government will provide free electricity up to 200 units for domestic consumers, aiming to reduce electricity bills.

  • Tripura Targets Green Energy Shift with Solar Panel Installations

    In a significant push towards renewable energy, the Tripura government has announced plans to install solar panels in all public offices across the state. This initiative aims to not only reduce reliance on conventional energy sources but also promote clean energy adoption.