Students can pick up bicycles from Vishwavidyalaya station and drop them off at Ramjas College or vice versa

At issue is the installation of solar panels in all government buildings

While the Delhi Solar Policy promises a generation-based incentive for domestic consumers taking to rooftop solar power plants, the government plans to keep a minimum eligibility criterion for hous

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious plan to give a push to renewable energy by bundling costlier solar power with cheap electricity produced in old thermal plants has failed to take off.

In order to create more professionals in the field of solar energy, the Delhi government is conducting a three-month course to train those interested for free.

Workers at coal-based power plants in Delhi are suffering from asthma, bronchitis, or TB; industries account for 11 per cent of Delhi’s air pollution.

Taking radical measures to contain the alarming pollution levels in Delhi is welcome, but the efficient manner of curbing the issue would be to extend focus to the National Capital Region as well,

The Net Metering Regulations and the Delhi government coming up with a solar policy for the city, Delhiites are still unable to make green energy a part of their daily lives.

If all goes as planned then Delhi will soon lead the 55 cities being developed as “solar cities” under the Centre’s Smart City initiative.

It has been cleared by environment department and is currently with the power department