The main objective of this policy by A & N government is to reduce dependence on conventional sources of power generation especially HSD oil,protect the environment,generate employment and encourage entrepreneurial investment in NRSE.

The IEA projects global primary energy demand could grow by 55% from 2005 to 2030, raising serious energy security and environmental sustainability concerns. How will we meet energy demand? How will we mitigate the resulting 57% increase in carbon dioxide emissions?

The third largest state by area and second largest by population in the country, Maharashtra's wind power potential is 4584 MW. In 2007-08, Maharashtra saw an addition of 268 MW to its wind energy generation capacity. Besides the state stands second to Tamil Nadu in terms of installed capacity to generate wind energy.

CHENNAI: Pramod Deo, Chairman, Central Electricity Regulatory Commission, on Tuesday made out a strong case for tradable renewable energy certificates.

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BS Reporter / New Delhi November 08, 2008, 0:02 IST

Ten private sector firms have come together to form the Alliance for Energy Efficient Economy (AEEE) to promote energy efficiency among industries and households.

The AEEE, which is modeled on the lines of the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (AICEEE), plans to save 2,000 Mw through energy efficiency practices by 2012.

The need to meet the growing energy demand from Zambia

nuclear energy Private players? Private players may soon be allowed entry into nuclear energy production. Planning Commission deputy chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia said as much minutes before he went in to deliberate on the draft Integrated Energy Policy with the plan panel. The law will, however, have to be amended to allow the private sector to set up nuclear plants, he added.

luxury diesel cars may become dearer and bulk diesel consumers may no longer get fuel at subsidized rates. The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas plans to impose 25 per cent cess on big diesel cars and charge industrial consumers the market price of Rs 57 per litre, Rs 22 more than the current price. The railways and state transport undertakings will be exempted from paying the market price.

Subhash Narayan NEW DELHI

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