Millions of residents in some of the fastest growing cities in the world don’t have access to clean, reliable energy, and the challenge of reaching them is not getting easier.

Most developed countries now implicitly or explicitly aim to promote more compact urban forms, as compactness is associated with a wide range of positive effects: increases in productivity due to agglomeration economies, travel time savings, and a smaller ecological footprint due to lower energy and land consumption.

Bengaluru’s phenomenal economic growth today is universally acknowledged.

Assam Governor Banwarilal Purohit, along with the Minister for Science and Technology Keshab Mahanta, inaugurated a 30-KW grid interactive solar power plant under Renewable Energy Project in Raj Bh

The Federal Government in collaboration with the Nigerian Energy Support Programme (NESP) has launched Building Energy Efficiency Code (BEEC) jointly funded by the European Union (EU) and German go

This European Environment Agency’s (EEA) Signals 2017 – Shaping the future of energy in Europe: Clean, smart and renewable, examines the state of play of Europe’s energy system and recent trends. European countries consume less energy compared with 10 years ago, mainly due to energy efficiency gains.

India and Germany on Monday signed an agreement on technical cooperation under the Indo-German Energy Programme – Green Energy Corridors (IGEN-GEC).

The Centre has started the Street Lighting National Program (SLNP) to install LED streetlights in the country.

SHIMLA: Stating that India is facing a challenge of sustaining its rapid economic growth while dealing with threat of climate change globally, chief minister Vibhadra Singh said that a comprehensiv

This study estimates and analyses publicly-mobilised private finance for climate action in South Africa, between 2010 and 2015. The mobilisation effect of public climate finance on private finance is first estimated through an analysis and attribution of project-level co-finance data.

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