PATIALA: The All India Power Engineers Federation (AIPEF) has demanded that the National Electricity Policy be reviewed to maintain a balance between renewable energy and thermal energy and has urg

The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Energy has rapped the government for its ‘dismal performance’ in setting up solar energy systems at defence establishments. These observations were made in the 28th report of the committee titled National Solar Mission – An Appraisal.

A power plant based on super critical carbon dioxide instead of steam will be one tenth of the size of the present day power plant of the same capacity.

The state Government introduces the “Solar Energy Policy (Goa) - 2017”, with the following objectives: To promote use of solar energy for generation of power, steam and hot water for use in industrial, commercial, domestic and other applications. Only the solar PV power generation is considered here.

As demand for air conditioning climbs, some see a solution in the very thing that makes us sweat: the Sun.

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This study closely reviewed existing trade in selected Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy technologies (air conditioners, refrigerators, lighting, distribution transformers, electric motors, solar PV and solar thermal) in the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN), and identified the potential to further enhance intra-ASEAN supply c

In India, Prime Minister Modi has set an ambitious target of installing 100 GW (100,000 MW) of solar power capacity by 2022. The current solar capacity in India stands at 8 GW as on July end, 2016. Thus, the target of moving from 8 GW in July 2016 to 100 GW by 2022, is one of the most ambitious targets globally.

NEW DELHI: The ministry of new and renewable energy is in the process of finalising a national lab policy to set norms for testing, standardisation and certification of renewable energy related pro

The UN Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) is preparing a road map for 100 MW (megawatt) concentrated solar thermal (CST) capacity for the next five years in India, a top official said.

NEW DELHI: It is fairly clear now that the Delhi government's road restriction scheme in April didn't bring any significant decrease in pollution levels.