Effects of Renewable Energy on Wildlife Renewable Energy sourced from the sun, wind, water, biogas, fossil fuel, and thermal power is fundamentally different from the power obtained using natural coal, oil, and gas. The investments for renewable energy are high which includes the costs of installation, producing energy, converting energy, and applying the latest technologies. Renewable […]

Electric Buses in India A recent World Resource Institute (WRI) report “Shifting Currents: Opportunities For Low-Carbon Electric Cities In The Global South” says that Electric Buses in India should not be encouraged or subsidized since India’s power generation is highly dependent on fossil fuels leading it to emit more than 600 tons of carbon per […]

Floating solar farms have become one of the fastest growing segments of solar energy in recent times. The attractiveness of floating solar comes from the following factors: a) No requirements of land which is a major issue in land-constrained countries such as India, Singapore etc. b) Increased efficiency of solar panels leading to higher power […]

Renewable energy generated from wind, sunlight, water, biomass, and geothermal heat is the new technique to satisfy the need of electric consumption in Europe and other parts of the world. It reduces the use of natural oil, gas, and coal, which pollutes air and water in making of power. Renewable energy does not pollute the natural resources […]

We have been telling numerous times that due to lack of coherent and structured policy and roadmap to promote the Electric Vehicle ecosystem in India, the industry has failed to take off despite huge enthusiasm amongst various stakeholders. There have been numerous contradictory statements from several ministers and bureaucrats leaving the investors in limbo. While this […]

India installed around 16 GW of new power capacity in 2018 with more than 8 GW of the capacity coming from solar energy marking a new milestone for the country’s solar development which is progressing by leaps and bounds. The rest of the capacity was composed mainly of coal and a bit of wind energy. […]