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  • 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,

  • Union Budget 2023: Restructuring Renewable Energy Sectors

    In order to reach its ambitious goal of having net zero carbon emissions by 2070, India must prioritize green growth supported by a sustainable economy. On February 1, 2023, the Finance Minister prioritized the issue while presenting the Union Budget 2023 to the Parliament. Sustainability and climate action have garnered the most attention recently, not only in India but also on numerous international platforms in other nations. Even numerous national leaders, such as the Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas, have repeatedly emphasized the nation's plans for renewable energy, such as producing and exporting green hydrogen or researching sustainable aviation fuel for aircraft.

  • By 2025 Renewable Energy To Dominate The Global Electricity Market

    In three years, renewable energy will overtake all other sources of electricity worldwide, according to new data. A very high and rising demand exists for electricity.

  • 85% Of SB Energy's Equity Acquired By Toyota Tsusho

    Toyota Tsusho Corporation will purchase an 85% stake in SB Energy from SoftBank Group Corporation. With 85% of the stock, Toyota Tsusho will become the parent company of SB Energy, and SBG will become an affiliate with 15% of the stock.

  • Norway-India Focuses On Green Shipping & Renewable Energy

    A delegation from Norway led by Minister for Trade and Industries Jan Christian Vestre will arrive in India on Thursday, according to the Norwegian Ambassador to India, Hans Jacob Frydenlund. The delegation will discuss green shipping and renewable energy.

  • G20 Collaboration To Achieve Energy Security and Efficiency

    The G20 members who attended the first Energy Transitions Working Group (ETWG) meeting in Bengaluru made the decision to collaborate on priority projects to achieve energy security and diversify the supply chains of new energy sources, according to a statement released by the Ministry of Power on Sunday.

  • O2 Power To Provide Renewable Energy To STT GDC India

    ST Telemedia Global Data Centers India (STT GDC India) will purchase power from O2 Power, a subsidiary of O2 Energy SG, via open access in captive mode, according to the company's announcement. Using the electricity, the company will power its data centers in Bengaluru, Karnataka. The 201.1 MW wind-solar hybrid project in Karnataka by O2 Power will provide renewable energy.

  • Renewable Energy To Be Sourced By Vedanta Through Open Access

    The Vedanta Group declared that it would rely on open access under the captive method to get 600 MW of solar energy and 91 MW of hybrid renewable energy for its various businesses. The statement was made by the corporation in a BSE filing. The projects would be developed through the special purpose vehicles (SPVs) of Serentica Renewables India. It would be done in accordance with the power delivery agreements (PDAs) between Vedanta and Serentica.

  • All-India Workshop On “Renewable Energy Integration”

    On February 8 and 9, the Institution of Engineers (India), Tiruchi local center, in association with the Electrical Engineering department at Anna University's BIT campus, will host a national workshop on "Renewable energy integration with energy storage systems."