Lucknow: Sahara India Power Corporation Limited (SIPCL), a subsidiary of Sahara India Group, has joined hands with Safesky Software of Israel to promote and manufacture advanced solar power and other technologies for Indian users. As a step towards this, Safesky Software along with SIPCL will set up a demonstrative solar power plant of 5 mw at a Sahara location in India.

Q&A: Tulsi Tanti, Chairman, Suzlon
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COIMBATORE: Tamil Nadu Agricultural University has inked a Memorandum of Understanding with Reny Marketing to commercialise the

INDIA should focus on the need to create the next generation of alternative fuels, which are economical, fast to produce and safe to use in achieving energy independence, said former president A P J Abul Kalam, while addressing the scientists of the National Institute of Ocean Technology on Wednesday.

Offers 50 pc subsidy to domestic users

Ludhiana : The Centre has asked the Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA) to switch over the Parliament House on solar energy for which the surveys have already been conducted.

The Orissa government has decided to set up a new renewable energy park at Nawarangpur.

The Orissa Renewable Energy Development Agency (OREDA), the nodal agency of the Orissa government for promotion of new and renewable energy, has prepared the detailed project report (DPR) for it.

Anantapur , May 17: The drought-prone district is attracting many national and multinational companies (MNC) to set up non-conventional energy plants due to its unique topography and climate.

Solar-Gem, a Sydney-based company providing affordable solutions based on clean solar power systems, would now provide electricity to Elephanta Island near Mumbai.

Mumbai: For residents of Rajbander village on Elephanta Island, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) is a blessing in disguise.

With support from Pune-based Science and Technology Park (STP), the authority is illuminating all households of the village using solar power with four lamps in each household.

NEW DELHI: As part of its initiatives for a