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Telangana to Use Drones For Promoting Afforestation

Telangana is aiming to up its afforestation drive to 50 lakh trees to be grown on 12,000 hectares. This initiative will be enabled with the use of drone technology. The state’s ITE&C and Forest Departments are teaming with Marut Drones, a tech start-up in Hyderabad to initiate this ambitious and innovative afforestation drive.

Prime Minister announced Health ID For Every Indian

The Prime Minister of India launched the Ayushmaan Bharat Mission on September 27 which he declared, will be a health ID for every Indian.

Gujarat to achieve net-zero target by 2070 says CM Bhupendra Patel

In the inaugural session of the ‘Building a Climate-Resilient Gujarat’ event, the chief minister of Gujarat, Bhupendra Patel said that the state is fully committed towards achieving the nation’s net-zero target and the vision of PM Modi. He said that efforts are being made to lower the dependency on fossil fuels and more renewable energy sources to be used in the coming years.

L&T joint venture for hydrogen electrolyzer technology to push green hydrogen plans

Larsen & Tourbo (L&T) has agreed a contract with Norway-based electrolyzer technology HydrogenPro AS to establish a manufacturing unit in India that focuses to tap possibilities in green hydrogen space in the nation and other geographies, the Indian engineering major stated in a statement on January 27.

Anand Mahindra proposes putting solar panels on expressways

Taking inspiration from South Korea, Anand Mahindra, the Indian billionare businessman and chairman of the Mahindra group, proposed installing solar panels over a cycling lane that runs between expressways.

Green Fuels Venture and Tefler Tanks sign MoU in Panama

Green Fuels Venture (GFV), a subsidiary of UK biofuels Technology developer has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), to produce biofuels in the Republic of Panama.

1st Budapest hydrogen summit: the road to a carbon-free hydrogen shift

The first Budapest hydrogen summit finally commenced on March 10 with the high-level policymakers, major industry stakeholders, and experts from the CEE region sectors committing to achieve a smooth shift to carbon-free hydrogen as energy fuel in the near future.

Russia-Ukraine war could worsen the global clean energy transition

The current ongoing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine is posing detrimental effects to the lives of millions and also creating a spur in the global economy. The territorial invasion by Russia managed to receive global economic sanctions & as Russia is one of the largest exporters of fuel these sanctions are also affecting the other nations as the global crude oil prices witnessed a sudden surge.

EV sales in India touched the highest mark

A report published by The Better India highlighted that electric vehicle sales in India have touched the highest mark ever. The report analyzed the number of electric vehicle registrations in the past year and found Uttar Pradesh to be on the top spot with 2,55,700 registrations.

Ahmedabad to have the world’s first 3D energy mapping project

Ahmedabad to have one of a kind 3D energy mapping project funded by the central government to calculate the total energy consumed by the households and industrial buildings for cooling, lighting and other uses.

MOL group and Plug Power joint venture for green hydrogen production

MOL group, an international integrated oil and gas & petrochemical consumer retails company of Hungary which has come together with Plug Power, a leading supplier of turnkey hydrogen solutions to establish one of Europe’s largest green hydrogen production facilities at the MOL’s refinery in Danube, Szazhalombatta.

India to launch National Green Hydrogen Mission in 2 months

The central government has announced that they are going to announce a National level Green Hydrogen mission in the nation to promote the green hydrogen policy finalized in the month of February this year.

Bamboo as a bioenergy source

Climate change is adversely affecting our planet by causing extreme weather events like heat waves, tropical storms, forest fires, bringing alterations in crop production etc.

IISC invents new tech to develop hydrogen from biomass

Scientists from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have successfully invented a technology that has the ability to yield hydrogen from biomass. India currently uses about 50 lakh tonnes of hydrogen in several sectors and the new technology has the potential to escalate the country’s green energy capacity and meet these requirements.

The Carbon Cost of Binge Watching

With the whole world locked down inside their homes for the past two years, video streaming services have seen a boom in their growth like never before. More people are engaged with their phones to watch video content not only for entertainment purposes but also because they have to attend meetings and watch lectures. A whole industry has evolved behind this habit of binging video content that keeps out pumping episodes and movies every week. Does this rapid growth in the streaming industry and the resultant surge caused in the energy consumption match with the growth in the sustainable energy sources? Is the whole system of ever awake data storage centers and networks, high speed cellular connectivity and the ability to reliably stream literally anything anytime, energy intense enough to move the needle on carbon emissions?

Bamboo In Lifestyle For Societal Sustainability

India, with approximately 140 bamboo species, has a huge diversification in its bamboo varieties and ranks second globally after China. Bamboo, a tree like grass, is a natural raw material and has a very rapid growth rate.

Green Groups Call for Postponing COP26 Summit

Several global green groups have raised a call to postpone the upcoming COP26 summit to be held in Glasgow later this year.

Tiny Electronic Fliers to Monitor the Environment

Scientists have attempted to use the aerodynamics of seed dispersal as the inspiration for a new airborne sensor. The tiny fliers, some of which are smaller than a grain of sand could, in the future float into the atmosphere and monitor the environment.

Pune to host first alternate fuel conclave & EV exhibition

The minister of Environment & Climate Change of Maharashtra Aaditya Thackeray announced that the state is all set to host the country’s first largest exhibition of electrical vehicles (EVs) & a conference on alternative fuels such as hydrogen fuels & Biofuel starting from the 2nd April 2022. The event will take place in Pune for four days with an attempt to promote the ‘New Mobility for cleaner, greener India’ motive.

MEIL to invest 35 million euros for hydrogen production

Drillmec, a Piacenza based Oil and Gas company , a part of Indian infrastructure giant MEIL group on Friday in a press report said, that their hydrogen production would be through advanced technologies which would include electrolysis, pyrolysis and through CO2 capture and storage systems. It further added that the board has set an approval for the investment of over 35 million euros in clean energy transition.