User: berkan Topic: Energy
Category: Non-Conventional :: Biomass
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Infosys employees can now personalise their workspace temperature 30.6.2016 Hindu: News
Infosys employees in Mysuru can now monitor and personalise their workspace temperature with the help of an application.In its recently unveiled Sustainability Report, Infosys has announced the launch...
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Centre asks states to set up one lakh biogas plants in FY'17 28.6.2016 TOI: Delhi Times
New Delhi, Jun 27 () In a bid to push clean energy, the Centre has asked the states/UTs to set up one lakh biogas plants of one to six cubic meter capacity this fiscal, which will save 21.90 lakh LPG cylinders every year.
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Modi govt's rural energy plan gets a bio touch 28.6.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Modi govt's rural energy plan gets a bio touch
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Nearly 1.59 million premature deaths per year in India linked to air pollution: IEA 28.6.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Nearly 1.59 million premature deaths per year in India linked to air pollution: IEA
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Timely action could bring PM emissions down 35% 28.6.2016 TOI: Delhi Times
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.
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Renewable energy to soon get a separate trading platform 28.6.2016 Latest News
Platform to be jointly developed by ministry of new and renewable energy and Power Trading Corporation
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Centre asks states to set up biogas plants to provide clean fuel 27.6.2016 Hindu: Industry
The Centre has asked states to set up one lakh small biogas plants this year in a bid to provide clean fuel for cooking. The move is expected to result in a saving of 21.9 lakh LPG cylinders, accordi...
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Centre asks states to set up one lakh biogas plants this fiscal 27.6.2016 ET: Power
This will result in a saving of about 21,90,000 LPG cooking cylinders annually, besides providing bio-manure to reduce the use of chemical fertilisers.
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Centre asks states to set up one lakh biogas plants in FY'17 27.6.2016 News
Family-size biogas plants will be set up under the ministry's National Biogas and Manure Management Progamme
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MNRE sets Target of Setting up One Lakh Family type Biogas Plants for FY 2016-17 27.6.2016 Govt of india: PIB
With an objective to provide clean gaseous fuel for cooking and organic bio-manure as a by-product, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has allocated to the States /UTs an annual target of setting up one lakh family size biogas plants (1 m3 to 6 m3capacity) for the current year, 2016-17.
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Renewable energy set to get a separate power trading market 27.6.2016 All Economy & Policy Stories
Platform to be jointly developed by ministry of new and renewable energy and Power Trading Corporation
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Infosys drives environment sustainability efforts at Bangalore Campus 24.6.2016 New Kerala: Business India
Bangalore, June 24 : Infosys, in its recently launched Sustainability Report, stated the company launched a new biogas plant at its Bangalore campus, to treat food waste onsite and use the biogas generated from the plant, for cooking in the food courts.
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Ban reduces stubble burning caused air pollution 24.6.2016 TOI: Delhi Times
Stubble burning has been banned in all NCR states including Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.
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42% still use firewood for cooking: survey 22.6.2016 deccanherald.com
Indian kitchens are turning more and more towards LPG and PNG for preparing food, but firewood continues to remain the main fuel for cooking in the country. However, the gap between households using firewood as cooking fuel with those having LPG/PNG connections is decreasing. According to the Sample Registration System Baseline Survey conducted in 2014 by Registrar General of India, 42.7% of the households in India still use firewoods as the fuel mainly used for cooking. LPG/PNG follows with 38.1%, while cow dung cake is used as fuel in 9.4% households and crop residue 5.9%. Kerosene, electricity, coal, charcoal and biogas have negligible presence in the kitchens of India. This would mean that more than half of the country's households use fuel sources that could affect the environment. Over a period of time, the government is making efforts to make the kitchens use environmentally viable fuel solutions. Delhi tops the list of users of LPG/PNG with 97% of its households using gas cylinders followed by ...
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Pollachi plant to soon generate electricity using veggie waste 20.6.2016 Coimbatore - City - The Times of India
The Pollachi municipality will soon generate electricity from food and vegetable waste as the construction of bio-methanisation plant has been completed.
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GNDU signs MoU’s to carry out collaborative research 17.6.2016 TOI: All Headlines
GNDU signs MoU’s to carry out collaborative research
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Working towards popularising the concept of green buildings 15.6.2016 Hindu: National
Is there a growing awareness among the people of Mysuru about the concepts of climate change and global warming consequent to drought and unprecedented heat in the recent past? Are people warming up t...
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Govt mulls Rs 10,000-cr bioenergy mission from FY18 15.6.2016 News
Objective of the mission would be to reduce greenhouse gases emissions as agreed at COP21
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Govt plans Rs 10,000 crore bioenergy mission next fiscal 14.6.2016 FirstPost: India

The Centre is planning to launch an integrated bioenergy mission with an outlay of Rs 10,000 crore from next fiscal.

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Skywalks, 24x7 water, LED lights set to transform Gujarat's Surat - Business Standard 13.6.2016 Surat News
Skywalks, 24x7 water, LED lights set to transform Gujarat's Surat Business Standard Business Standard brings to you a five-part series on smart cities. We begin with Surat as the city prepares for a new future. Through the week, we will cover Bhubaneswar, Pune and Vizag as part of the government's 100 smart cities projects. In ...
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