Neha Sinha

The Garden of Five Senses is set to get another sense: solar. Seeking to generate solar electricity that goes beyond the cosmetic, the Delhi Government is working on a model to make solar energy part of the mainstream electricity grids. And one of the first projects will be a 20-kilowatt solar energy production centre at the Garden of Five Senses.

The upcoming gas-based power plant at Bawana is giving nightmares to the Delhi Government ahead of the Commonwealth Games. Work at the 1,500-MW plant, which is being developed by Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited (BHEL) to meet the electricity requirement in the city, is running behind the schedule, worrying the Government.

Faced with concerns of the presence of mercury in the CFL bulbs, Delhi government is now making attempts for environment-friendly and energy-efficient light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs in the city. Environment activists have been raising concerns on the mode of disposal of compact fluorescent lamp (CFL) bulbs containing toxic mercury.

The infrastructure development for Commonwealth Games aiming to make the Capital a world class city at a breakneck speed has had an unusual fallout: Alarming increase in gastroenteritis and cholera cases in the national Capital.

NDPL Has Received Clearance To Start Work On Installing 25KW Panel

New Delhi: After a nature trail, Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit seems to be looking at other ways of going green. Dikshit has given the go-ahead to a proposal by power utility NDPL to set up a 25 kW solar panel at her official residence at 3 Motilal Nehru Place.

New Delhi: The Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) on Wednesday made a spirited presentation bringing out the stark contrast between the facilities at the Rs 130 crore Ghazipur abattoir and the now-closed Idgah slaughter house, but the Supreme Court sought to know details of environmental clearances for the project.

Power distribution company BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) has signed a 25-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with East Delhi Waste Processing Company (EDWPCL) to buy electricity from Delhi's first 'city waste-to-power' initiative. This would enable the company to purchase clean and renewable electricity generated from solid waste in the city.

NEW DELHI: Power distribution company BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) has signed a 25-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with East Delhi Waste Processing Company Limited (EDWPCL) to buy electricity from Delhi

North Delhi Power Limited

After successful implementation of the compact fluorescent lamps scheme to save electricity, the Delhi Government is finding it difficult to find an agency for the disposal of the CFL lamps.

The Environment Department of Delhi Government has written to civic bodies-New Delhi Municipal Council and Municipal Corporation of Delhi to make arrangement for disposal of CFL lamps immediately.

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