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  • Kerala institutions Setting Bar For Renewable Energy

    Kerala institutions are setting the standard for producing electricity from renewable sources and selling the extra to the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) Limited. Every month, one of the colleges sends the KSEB grid about 5,000 units of electricity.

  • India In 2022 Faced The Warmest December After 122 Years

    The India Meteorological Department reported on Wednesday that in December 2022, India experienced its warmest month in 122 years.

  • Study Finds Delhi Might Switch To 100% Renewable Energy By 2050

    A first-of-its-kind study examines the economic and technical viability of 100% renewable energy systems for a global megacity like Delhi inside the northern Indian grid region. Delhi should start moving away from fossil fuels by the year 2050, a recent article in the journal Renewable Energy states.

  • Orient Green Increase Its Footprint In Renewable Energy Sector

    In the renewable energy sector, Orient Green Power Company has announced ambitions to increase its asset base. According to The Shriram Group Company, expansion opportunities in foreign markets are also being considered.

  • Climate Change to cause 200% Increase in Turbulence On Flights Over India

    Clear air turbulence (CAT) events over north Indian airspace are predicted to more than quadruple after 2050 as a result of climate change, according to research done by experts at the UK's University of Reading. CAT is the sort of turbulence that is least predictable because it only occurs at very high altitudes in clear or cloudless air.

  • Wenergie Hopes To Establish Alternative Energy As A Standard In India

    According to Invest India, India is fourth among all nations in the world for its capacity to produce renewable energy, including wind and solar energy. Up till October 2022, India had 166 GW of renewable energy capacity, which is slightly more than 40% of the total installed power capacity. Several firms, including Bengaluru-based Wenergie, are attempting to take advantage of this momentum in the nation.

  • North India Anticipates The Arrival Of New Cold Wave For New Year

    Contrary to popular belief, global warming does not indicate a decrease in cold waves and an increase in heat waves. We are headed for a world of extremes as a result of climate change brought on by global warming. All types of extreme weather will occur more frequently, including cold waves.

  • IIT Research Identifies An Enzyme- Converts Biomass Into Ethanol

    A specialized enzyme can efficiently transform woody biomatter into bioethanol, a sustainable fuel that can even be used as a substitute for gasoline or in food medicine, according to research from the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati.

  • Green Hydrogen Industry Emerging Worth Billions

    In an effort to reduce emissions and establish itself as a major exporter in the field of green hydrogen business, India is preparing a $2 billion incentive program, three sources told Reuters.

  • India's Economy Sees An Increase In Venture capital Since COP27

    The COP27 conference emphasized the pressing need to pay attention to climate change and to speed up the shift to a low-carbon economy. India is well-positioned to take the lead in this effort given its ambitious targets of producing 450 GW of renewable energy by 2030 and reaching net zero emissions by 2070. According to Morgan Stanley's most recent predictions, India will have the third-largest economy in ten years, therefore it comes as no surprise that revolutionary advances in clean technology are both urgently needed and attractive to investors.