Sanction letter of the President for implementation of localization of Solar Energy through Local Assembly, Sale and Usage of One Million Solar Study Lamps” for empowering populations in underserved communities by Indian
Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay. Read text of the letter dated 17 Feb 2014.

The Tamil Nadu Government today launched the first phase of the project providing free compact fluorescent light bulbs to over 14 lakh hut-dwellers in the State, an energy saving measure aimed at s

ALLAHABAD: In order to provide solar power-run equipment to the beneficiaries of Ram Manohar Lohia Gramin Awas Yojna, the state authorities have decided to provide Rs 30,000 each to beneficiary to

All states stand to save electricity where IST is to be advanced - A presentation by Dilip R. Ahuja at the 4th National Research Conference on Climate Change, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, October 26-27, 2013.

The country needs a financial model that can give the poor access to expensive power

We were standing in the only street of a small village called Mohda. Located in the forested region of Chhattisgarh, the village had no access to roads and markets. The women of the village surrounded me.

This document contains the text of the Minamata Convention on Mercury as agreed, in the form of the draft Convention, by the intergovernmental negotiating committee to prepare a global legally binding instrument on mercury at its fifth session, held in Geneva from 13 to18 January 2013.

These revised guideline dated 4 Sep 2013 are required to be adhered by all existing classified hotels and those seeking Classification/Re-classification by the Ministry of Tourism under all categories.

Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) will soon lose its ‘Green’ rating, when the Treasury introduces the `Green Procurement System’.

Sadiccha cooperative housing society on Paud road reduced its monthly electricity bill by almost Rs 10,000 in July, when it first switched over to compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) for its common are

Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Wednesday allocated Rs 1,260 crore for constructing 60,000 green houses with solar powered lights for the poor in rural areas during the current financial year.