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  • EPA moves to regulate climate-warming airliner pollution

    The Environmental Protection Agency said it will use its authority under the Clean Air Act to impose limits on aircraft emissions.>>

    Business Standard  |  26 Jul 2016
    Govt plans to create 10 solar zones across India by 2021

    The 10,000 hectares of land required for every solar zone could be government owned or privately owned wasteland, uncultivable or fallow land>>

    Live Mint  |  22 Jul 2016
  • No Compromise. Immediate Ban On Diesel Vehicles Over 10, Says Green Court

    NEW DELHI: Diesel vehicles older than 10 years will be banned in Delhi immediately, the National Green Tribunal said today, refusing to back down on its order last year.>>  |  18 Jul 2016
    India can achieve 1.65 billion units of electricity next year: Piyush Goyal

    The country can achieve as high as 50 per cent growth in electricity production up to 1.65 trillion units next year, Power Minister Piyush Goyal said earlier.>>

    The Economic Times  |  07 Jul 2016
  • New renewable energy policy likely to be ready by month-end

    Some of the key aspects of the new RE policy include energy security, energy access, climate change and mitigation and economic development>>

    The Times of India  |  04 Jul 2016
    India Targets $8.9 Billion in Energy Efficiency Cost Savings

    India’s plan to replace energy-intensive appliances with more efficient designs is expected to save as much as 600 billion rupees ($8.9 billion) a year, according to the head of the government arm spearheading the country’s drive>>

    Bloomberg  |  30 Jun 2016
  • Timely action could bring PM emissions down 35%

    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.>>

    The Economic Times  |  28 Jun 2016
    Narendra Modi launches smart city projects in Pune

    Projects with a total investment of Rs.2,900 crore also launched in states including UP, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Odisha under AMRUT>>

    Live Mint  |  27 Jun 2016
  • Andhra govt plans to distribute 13 lakh five-star rated fans

    About 50,000 families of Narsapur revenue sub-division in West Godavari district are slated to receive two five star-rated energy efficient fans.>>

    The Economic Times  |  20 Jun 2016
    What sets India apart in global power market

    Two new reports that forecast trends on the global electricity sector expect India to stand apart on three different counts.>>

    Live Mint  |  17 Jun 2016