Net-Zero Emissions

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Tata Steel is using bacterial technology for recycling its emissions

The blast furnaces of Tata Steel in UK, are making use of billions of bacteria to for the conversion of its emissions into materials which can be recycled by other industries to make products that includes food-packaging to animal feed.

Japan plans to slow down the target of achieving 50% zero-emission vehicles by 2030

A report published by Reuters highlighted that Japan is planning to pull back from the zero-emission vehicle target by 2030 at the G7 summit. As per the proposed draft, Japan has asked to remove the reference

90 Indian airports to become carbon neutral by 2024

On Tuesday, Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said that over 90 airports in the country will become carbon neutral by the year 2024. He also said that the number of airports in the country will reach 220 in the next five years.

'Pothole puja' performed by Bengaluru residents to seek administration's attention

Bangalore residents found a way to attract the attention of city administration. Residents of Bangalore performed pothole puja, after planting paddy and boating on the roads to seek the attention of the administration towards the pothole-ridden roads of Bengaluru. They performed the prayer to protect the lives of people.

NTPC, GE Power Ink Pact To Support “Net-Zero” Emission Plans

In order to reduce the quantity of coal used in power plants and replace it with low-carbon fuels including methanol, agricultural waste, biomass, and ammonia, among other options, NTPC Ltd. and GE Power India Ltd. inked a memorandum of understanding.

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’s Local Carbon Credit Trading Anticipated in July

In December, Parliament approved the Energy Conservation (Amendment) Bill, 2022, which promotes carbon trading, green hydrogen use, and renewable energy. India's electricity secretary, Alok Kumar stated, "We have set a very high bar for ourselves in the carbon credit market. It takes a lot of preparation. "

GreenCell Mobility Bags Order For 570 electric Buses

The government of NCT Delhi's Transport Department has placed an order for 570 electric buses with GreenCell Mobility, a player in shared electric mobility across all of India. Convergence Energy Services (CESL), an enterprise of the Indian government, issued the tender as part of the National E-Bus Program (NEBP). The largest e-bus tender ever offered in India is this one, which calls for 6,465 e-buses and is based on Gross Cost Contracting (GCC).

“The Dawn Of New Industrial Age” Predicted By IEA

The International Energy Agency claimed that the world is at the "dawn of a new industrial age" for producing clean energy technologies, which will triple in value by 2030 and provide millions of jobs.

TERI Eager To Introduce Japan’s Low-Carbon Technologies

The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) and other relevant departments have given the Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) their full support in their efforts to introduce low-carbon technologies into Micro, Small, and Medium-Sized Enterprises (MSMEs) in Andhra Pradesh with the help of the Japanese government.

The Sinopec Green and Low-carbon Development

On January 13, China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (HKG: 0386, "Sinopec") released "The Sinopec Green and Low-carbon Development White Paper 2022" (the "White Paper"), outlining its goals and methods in relation to a strategic roadmap, institutional framework, clean energy initiatives, and the efficient use of resources.

JSW Energy Gets Green Light From SECI

JSW Renew Energy Five Limited, a step-down subsidiary of JSW Energy Limited, has received a Letter of Award (LoA) from the Solar Energy Corporation of India Limited (or

Clean Energy Undoubtedly, To Break The $1.1 Trillion Mark

Last year marked a double turning point for the decarbonization of the world's energy system. The first year that worldwide investment in the energy transition was on par with that in fossil fuels, according to BloombergNEF's most recent statistics release.

Vedanta Board Approves Plans To Obtain 91MW Of Hybrid Renewable Energy

The Board of Vedanta approved plans for the Group to source 91 MW of hybrid renewable energy (50 MW for aluminum operations, 16 MW for copper operations, and 25 MW for oil and gas operations) and 600 MW of solar power (for aluminum operations) for its operations in copper, oil, and gas, and Jharsuguda, India, on January 27, 2023.

Enhancing UK Low-Carbon Hydrogen Project

Linde Engineering received a front-end engineering design (FEED) contract from Equinor for the H2H Saltend low-carbon hydrogen production facility. Additionally, Equinor gave Linde's company, BOC, a contract for operation and maintenance services.

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.

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.

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,

Beyond Electric Cars: The Case for Robust Public Transportation in the Fight Against Climate Change

In recent years, there has been a growing focus on electric cars as a solution to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate climate change. Governments around the world are offering incentives to encourage consumers to switch to electric cars, and the media is filled with stories about new electric car models and charging infrastructure.

Environmental & Social Toll of Lithium Mining: Hidden Cost of the Electric Car Revolution

The electric vehicle (EV) revolution is surging forward as nations around the world aggressively strive to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change. With EVs being praised as a cleaner alternative to internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, the demand for lithium-ion batteries, which power most EVs, has skyrocketed. However, the environmental and social impacts of lithium mining have often been overshadowed by the EV industry's green image.