First 100% Solar Building In Gujarat To Be Opened Today

Gandhinagar: If you believe that solar energy is good enough only to cook rice in solar cooker or heat water as solar water heaters, you need to look further. Solar energy can also provide you the muchneeded respite from heat by running air conditioners (ACs).For the first time, all 40 air conditioners in the Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB)’s new building will run on solar energy. The building will be inaugurated today.

Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFL) to be provided free to 14.62 lakh huts

A proposal aimed at strengthening the power transmission network at a cost of about Rs.3,573 crore has been sent by the State government to the Union Ministry of Economic Affairs for seeking financial assistance from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).

The Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission wants the power distribution companies to take steps to reduce and shift the peak load and make demand side management (DSM) an important factor in their services. The Commission has finalised a draft on implementation of DSM and has invited comments from stakeholders.

Steps taken to encourage energy efficiency and reduction of losses are all part of the DSM concept, said a senior official of a discom.

Steady release of mercury into the air, soil and water poses a significant health risk. But, it appears, not for policymakers in India.

Federal Minister for Water and Power, Syed Naveed Qamar has directed on Thursday to launch Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) (energy saver bulbs) distribution programme from April throughout the cou

More Than Half The Users Of Green Products Unhappy With Available Options: Survey

Bajaj Lighting, the lighting division of Rs 2,700-crore Bajaj Electricals Ltd, is planning to supply compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) to domestic lamp makers.

Members quite satisfied with Chief Minister's stand on the issue

People's Movement Against Nuclear Energy has submitted an expert group report on the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project to the Central government.

New Delhi Electrical goods maker Havells India on Monday said the company, along with a Chinese partner, will invest up to $100 million (nearly R530 crore) in the next three years to set up a manuf