A team of scientists, including an Indian-origin researcher, at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh has achieved a groundbreaking feat: producing "green petrol" from whiskey waste.
Revolutionary megaprojects, representing the state of Gujarat's high future goals, are driving the state's outstanding march towards development. Among these, the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train demonstrates India's commitment to high-speed rail travel.
Dr. T.R.B. Rajaa, Tamil Nadu's Minister for Industries, Investment Promotion, and Commerce, declared the state's ambitious target of increasing renewable energy capacity to 75%.
The National Committee on Transmission (NCT) has approved around ten new transmission projects totaling more than Rs 6,600 crore. Notably, two significant projects account for a total of 5,281 crore. The NCT's approval allows these projects to submit bids.
India is making great progress in the renewable energy sector, with the goal of reaching 500 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2030.
According to officials with knowledge of the matter, over sixty countries have voiced their support for an agreement led by the European Union, United States, and United Arab Emirates to triple renewable energy capacity by the end of this decade and transition away from coal.
The Adani Group, run by Indian businessman Gautam Adani, has presented plans for the world's largest renewable energy complex, to be located in the enormous expanse of northwestern India's Rann desert.