Other than the green credentials, increasing grid power tariffs for commercial and industrial consumers, falling prices for renewable projects has propelled a faster adoption of solar power by the Indian corporates. Companies can buy renewable power through corporate renewable Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs). Corporate renewable PPAs help companies reduce current electricity costs and increase visibility over […]

Hybrid Wind-Solar Plant – India According to a new report, a solar and wind hybrid plant would cost 5%-7% less in capital costs, compared to a stand-alone wind or solar plant. India has massive plans to grow renewable energy sources of power generation over the coming decade. While the ministries pass policies for the development […]

Plastic Roads We keep on hearing the hazardous effects of plastic pollution around the world. With the convenience and easy availability of plastic products and packages, it has slowly become a part of our lives and has made a permanent place in our households. Until and unless very strict rules are made barring plastic use, […]

India Solar addition in Q2 2018 India installed a whopping 1,372 MW of solar energy in the recent April-June quarter. This marked the fourth consecutive quarter where the solar capacity addition was more than thermal power capacity addition. A total capacity of 2.2 GW was added across India during this time, of which solar accounted for more than […]

EV adoption by the government of India With the Indian government eyeing 30% of total vehicles going electric by 2030, a lot of groundwork needs to be done. As a result, the government has decided to replace its fleet of diesel and petrol cars with Tata Tigor and Mahindra e-Verito electric cars in bulk. Energy Efficiency Services […]

ReGen Villages Paving way for the Future The rising problem of population explosion is looming over mankind today. With an increasing number of people, on earth, there is a problem of feeding more mouths and generating more jobs for idle hands. Another issue that is complementary to these is the non-availability of basic necessities like […]