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The second issue of PAT Pulse showcases investment potential in energy efficiency and provides a sneak peek into ESCERTs and innovative energy efficiency solutions.

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The year that was - Our work in the clean energy space in India. Browse through this report for an overview of our activities and results.

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  • Green energy’s moment under the sun

    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.>>

    Live Mint  |  23 May 2016
    World's largest rooftop solar power plant inaugurated in Punjab

    The world’s largest single rooftop solar power plant of 11.5 MW capacity was inaugurated in Beas near Amritsar in Punjab on Tuesday.>>

    Business Standard  |  18 May 2016
  • World Bank approves aid for India’s solar programme

    The World Bank’s Board has approved USD 625 million loan to support India’s grid connected rooftop solar programme to generate clean energy.>>

    The Hindu  |  17 May 2016
    Opinion : Renewables are not enough

    The challenge is to find a path that enables emerging economies while ensuring that the world meets its climate objectives>>

    Live Mint  |  13 May 2016
  • Delhi air not the most polluted anymore, says new WHO report

    Delhi is no longer the worst polluted city in the world in terms of air quality, a new World Health Organiastion (WHO) report revealed on Thursday.>>

    The Business Standard  |  12 May 2016
    Govt to make coal-based power generation cleaner: Piyush Goyal

    The government will also design new financing schemes with private firms to fund green technology research, says power minister Piyush Goyal.>>

    Live Mint  |  11 May 2016
  • India to monitor particulate matter 1 in major cities

    In an ambitious move, India is now gearing up to monitor PM1 (particulate matter1), which is the least visible pollutant particle in air, across major Indian cities.>>

    Live Mint  |  10 May 2016
    Aviation minister bats for solar units at all airports

    Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju said he has asked all the airports in the country to install solar energy units on the lines of Kochi airport.>>

    The Hindu Business Line  |  09 May 2016
  • Clean energy projects get Rs 86,000 crore investment

    Renewable energy projects have received Rs 86,000 crore investment, most of it from private sector, in the last three years with Madhya Pradesh at top garnering Rs 14,313.80 crore.>>

    The Economic Times  |  06 May 2016
    On track to add 10,500 MW solar power: Piyush Goyal

    India has set an ambitious target of adding one lakh MW of solar power generation capacity by 2022 which is five times more than the earlier target of 20,000 MW under National Solar Mission.>>

    The Economic Times  |  02 May 2016