Wind Vision 2032: A Multi Stakeholder Perspective – is an outcome of multiple discussions carried out under the aegis of the Wind Discussion Forum.
Shakti initiated this project to develop best practices for traffic signal operations in India. The project provides recommendations on efficiently timing traffic signals at intersections to reduce delays, vehicles idling and corresponding emissions.
This initiative will help assess the developments under the first phase of the PAT scheme, facilitate exchange of ideas amongst stakeholders and help design and implement the second phase.
Shakti supported Institute of Urban Transport to develop an evaluation criteria to appraise transport projects applying for Central Government’s funding assistance based on the principles of sustainable urban transport.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has said that Delhi's particle pollution could fall by 35% over the next 15 years if it manages to reduce emissions from the power sector, vehicles and biomass burning, including cooking with solid fuels in slums.>>
Projects with a total investment of Rs.2,900 crore also launched in states including UP, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Odisha under AMRUT>>
About 50,000 families of Narsapur revenue sub-division in West Godavari district are slated to receive two five star-rated energy efficient fans.>>
Two new reports that forecast trends on the global electricity sector expect India to stand apart on three different counts.>>
The NITI Aayog released a report investigating the financing aspects of the 175 GW target. The findings of the analysis were presented before the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy.>>
Renewable energy has received a big financial stimulus as loans have become easier and cheaper for projects because there are hardly any projects in pipeline for the conventional thermal and hydropower sectors.>>
India and the US announced the setting up of two financial assistance programmes worth $60 million for supporting India's much-needed clean energy initiatives including in solar power and other renewables.>>
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the GOI and the US was signed to enhance cooperation in energy security, clean energy and climate change, the power ministry said in a statement.>>
As of 30 April, India’s total installed renewable capacity is 42.8GW, of which wind power is 26.8GW, followed by solar with 6.7GW, biomass power with 4.9GW and small hydro projects with 4.2GW.>>
The world’s largest single rooftop solar power plant of 11.5 MW capacity was inaugurated in Beas near Amritsar in Punjab on Tuesday.>>