Severn Trent to produce useful Gas from sewage Britain’s water company Severn Trent Plc is all set to generate renewable gas from processed human excreta. The company is the second largest water company in Britain. Another great achievement in the field of renewable energy and energy efficiency. There have been examples in the past where […]

REC Market in India The Indian government’s policy of creating a market driven renewable energy market in India to meet the goal of 15% RE generation by 2020, has become a big failure. The REC trading exchanges are seeing very little volumes, as there is little interest from buyers of RECs. Most of the large […]

Renewable Energy to lead by 2030 Solar and wind energy additions are going to be substantially higher, as compared to the existing forecasts leading to major issues for fossil fuel exporters. Solar energy will account for almost 30% of the total capacity addition by 2030 or 800 GW, which means ~50 GW of additions per […]

India has one of the world’s largest renewable energy capacity, ranking amongst the top 5 countries in the world in terms of installed wind energy and solar thermal power capacities. But the bad news is that the country remains way behind China, in total installed capacity and future installed forecasts. Per capita renewable energy generation […]

India misses its Green Energy Target The Indian renewable energy industry is not in the pink of health, as is portrayed by a number of ignorant mainstream media journalists. The country’s wind energy sector has taken a battering over the last two years as subsidies have been abruptly removed, grid constraints have cropped up and […]

NTPC is collaborating with Geological Survey of India to look into building India’s first geothermal plant at Tattapani at Chattisgarh. Note India does not have a commercial geothermal plant yet. Geothermal energy has not really caught on despite its obvious advantage. It requires no fuel, works 24 hours a day and is totally green. Read […]