NEW DELHI: Almost two decades after the Capital shifted to compressed natural gas (CNG) as a 'clean' alternative fuel, Delhi could soon have an even cleaner variant with testing to begin on H-CNG (

Pollution by particulate emission from commuting in Delhi is highest among 14 major cities in the country, according to a new study by the Centre for Science and Environment.

Pollution by particulate emission from commuting in Delhi is highest among 14 major cities in the country, according to a new study by the Centre for Science and Environment.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Others dated 13/08/2018 regarding a comprehensive action plan for air pollution control with timelines. The matter deals with stickers for vehicles to indicate the nature of fuel being used. It is agreed that a hologram based sticker of light blue colour should be used for petrol/CNG vehicles and a hologram based sticker of orange colour should be used for diesel vehicles applicable for NCR Region.

Says they will not be permitted to ply in Delhi-NCR

Nearly 16 years after Delhi’s entire bus fleet started to run on CNG to reduce air pollution, authorities are now pitching for an even cleaner alternative, hydrogen-CNG (H-CNG).

NEW DELHI: Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) has notified the “approved” fuels in the capital, which include cleaner options like BS-VI petrol and diesel, CNG, LPG, aviation turbine fuel and

Delhi government has mandated the use of only cleaner fuels and barred all toxic and polluting fuels. According to the notification by Delhi Pollution Control Committee, only Bharat Stage VI compliant petrol and diesel with 10 ppm sulphur, CNG, LPG, biogas, aviation fuel, energy from waste, charcoal for limited use in tandoors and ironing of clothes, and wood for cremations are allowed. All other pollution causing fuels including petcoke, furnace oil, tyre oil etc are banned.

May sound strange to say that breathing is harmful, but it is truism in Chandigarh.

Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan on Thursday said there are plans to set up bio-Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) plants in India.

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