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The report consists of a comprehensive set of indicators against which urban transport projects can be evaluated for principles of sustainable urban transport. The indicators are listed for five categories of projects namely transport planning, public transport, non-motorised transport, transport infrastructure and urban freight.

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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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    The Hindu  |  12 Feb 2016
    India, Australia agree to strengthen energy ties.

    India and Australia today agreed on enhancing cooperation in clean coal technology, renewable power and LNG in a bid to meet the burgeoning demand for cheap and environment-friendly energy in one of the fastest growing emerging economies.>>

    ETEnergyworld.com  |  11 Feb 2016
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    Keen to tap Australia's rooftop solar expertise, Power Minister Piyush Goyal today said there is need for the technology transfer at affordable rates for efficient expansion of renewable energy in India.>>

    ETEnergyworld.com  |  10 Feb 2016
    Tata Power Delhi Distribution launches Smart Grid Lab.

    The focus of the lab will be towards demonstration of new technologies, products and operations for different organisations and institutions, including utilities, the company said in a statement.>>

    ETEnergyworld.com  |  08 Feb 2016
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    Renewable energy firm SunEdison has commissioned 146 MW of solar power projects in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.The energy from the solar power plants would be sold to local distribution channels and private companies, city-based SunEdison said in a statement.>>

    Business Standard  |  05 Feb 2016
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    Livemint  |  04 Feb 2016
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    Companies globally are likely to raise over $50 billion through issuance of green bonds in 2016, up from $42.4 billion mopped up last year, Moody’s Investors Service said.The $42.4 billion green bond issuance in 2015 was also the highest level since such bonds first appeared in 2007.>>

    The Hindu  |  03 Feb 2016
    Power sector outlook 'stable to negative' in FY17: Ind-Ra.

    India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) has maintained a 'stable to negative' outlook on the power sector for the next fiscal as the plant load factor (PLF) of plants is expected to remain low amid muted growth in electricity demand, India Ratings said.>>

    ETEnergyworld.com  |  02 Feb 2016
  • Rent your rooftop and get solar power at a cheaper rate.

    Give us your rooftop and we will give you cheap solar power - this is the model being used by many solar power companies to rake up their rooftop solar installation capacities.>>

    ETEnergyworld.com  |  01 Feb 2016
    Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd awaits nod for offering external electrical appliance control.

    Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd (TPDDL) is waiting for approvals from the government and electricity regulator to roll out interactive services to consumers to enable them to control electrical appliances from outside their homes.>>

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