The Ministry of Road Transport & Highways has issued a draft notification for implementation of BS-V and BS-VI norms for the automobile sector, covering the four wheeler category. According to a statement, the Ministry has decided to advance the date for implementation of the higher level emission standards.

The Ministry of Road Transport & Highways has issued a draft notification for implementation of BS-V and BS-VI norms for the automobile sector, covering the four wheeler category. According to a statement, the Ministry has decided to advance the date for implementation of the higher level emission standards.

The Ministry of Road Transport & Highways formulated a Draft Notification for Mass Emission Standards for Bio-diesel (B100) fuelled vehicles. These standards have been long awaited by the industry especially those manufacturing bio-diesel and will provide alternate source of income to the farmers and the forest dwellers.

Indonesia's biodiesel consumption is seen soaring to 7.9 million kilolitres next year from 1.1-1.2 kilolitres in 2015, an industry body said, adding that increased demand was crucial for the countr

The transport sector now accounts for about 23% (7.3 Gt) of annual global energy-related CO2 emissions (32 Gt). This is a significant rise (about 120%) from 3.3 Gt/year during the 1970s, and to achieve a two-degree scenario (2DS), CO2 emissions from transport would need to decline to 5.7 Gt annually.

Union Minister of Road Transport & Highways and Shipping, Shri Nitin Gadkari has emphasized on use of Green Fuels for checking the increasing air pollution.

Assurance of quality energy is the most important input for development. Though India is the fifth largest producer of electricity globally, it remains a power-deficit state. It is poorly endowed with traditional fuel resources such as hydrocarbons, but blessed reasonably with renewable energy sources. Every step in harnessing them will make India energy self-sufficient. An attempt is made in this article to illustrate the initiatives of Karnataka State Women’s University to reduce load on national grid.

The Policy aims at mainstreaming of biofuels and, therefore, envisions a central role for it in the energy and transportation sectors of the country in coming decades.

The Standing Committee on Petroleum & Natural Gas present this Seventh Report on "Ethanol Blended Petrol & Bio Diesel Policy". During 2001, pilot projects on Ethanol Blended Petrol started at 3 locations i.e. at Miraj, Manmad (Maharashtra) and Aonla/Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh.

In a bid to reduce diesel consumption in trains, the Indian railways have sort to harness solar energy to run their trains.

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