Major coal-based Indian government sector undertakings like Coal India and NTPC have a bleak future with coal becoming the new villain for humankind. The sentiment against coal has seen governments across the world making aggressive plans to completely exit their coal investments. While the developed countries can afford the transition from coal to renewables, India […]

Facebook has inked a deal with the clean energy firm Cleanmax for a 32MW wind power project in Karnataka. Nearly half of the project capacity has already been commissioned and is generating power. Globally, Facebook has reached its 100% renewable energy status and a net zero-emission goal. The company has entered into several virtual power purchase agreements with global firms to […]

Though the world continued to face lower electricity demand, supply chain challenges, and construction delays amid the global coronavirus pandemic, renewable energy usage increased by 3% in 2020 as demand for all other fuels declined globally.  Electricity generation from renewable sources also increased by 7% during this time. Renewables accounted for a decent 29% of […]

The intermittent nature of renewable power sources holds back the push towards greater generation and use of green energy. Wind will blow on and off, the sun shines during the day only, and drought reduces water in the dams. It makes renewable power generation unstable and unreliable. The solution is to develop higher efficiency energy […]

Shares of U.S. renewable energy companies performed extremely well in the last year. President Joe Biden’s win and COVID-19 pandemic led to a positive stimulus in the stock performance. Clean energy has made tremendous progress over the last decade with prices going down by more than 80% and technology improvements by leaps and bounds. There is […]

India so far attained ~93 GW of total RE capacity installation in February 2021. It has ~50 GW of renewable energy projects underway and ~27 GW under various bidding stages. The country installed more nearly 420 MW in the month of February itself. Out of the total 93 GW, solar and wind both roughly accounted for ~39 […]