User: berkan Topic: Energy
Category: Non-Conventional :: Biomass
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Subsidy on free water scheme may go soon 25.4.2015 Hindustan Times: India
The Aam Aadmi Party AAP government may remove the subsidy on its free water scheme while asking Delhi Jal Board to up its revenue ensure that targeted consumers continued to get the ...
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Solar metering policy to be formulated in state soon 25.4.2015 Central Chronicle
Staff Reporter, Bhopal Energy, New & Renewable Energy Minister Shri Rajendra Shukla has stressed the... more »
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Clean energy industry hails inclusion of renewables in priority sector lending; progressive move says Suzlon 24.4.2015 ET: Power
India’s clean energy industry is enthused by the inclusion of renewables under priority sector lending.
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Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation to set up windmills 24.4.2015 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation to set up windmills
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RBI changes priority sector lending norms - Times of India 24.4.2015
RBI changes priority sector lending norms Times of India MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank of India has revised the priority sector lending norms which direct banks to lend to certain segments by prescribing targets as a percentage of their total business. The new norms require banks to ensure that 8% of their loans go ...
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State Will Cancel Sluggish Wind Energy Projects 24.4.2015 The New Indian Express - Karnataka - http://newindianexpress.com/states/karnataka/
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JBM Group enters solar power sector 23.4.2015 HBL: Companies
Automobile component manufacturer and engineering services provider JBM Group formally announced its foray into the solar energy sector on Thursday with a plan to invest ₹1,600 crore over the next...
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A stove to go with some tea 23.4.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
A stove to go with some tea
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A team of engineers set to solve Mount Everest's 'poo problem' 22.4.2015 Sify News
A team of engineers is set to rid Mount Everest of tones of poo that is creating environmental pollution and threatening to spread diseases on the world's highest mountain peak.
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Indian companies may go green to meet power needs by 2020 22.4.2015 ET: Power
Under RE100 initiative, 100 large firms will rely exclusively on solar, wind, biomass or small hydro plants for their power requirements by 2020.
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Gujarat startup to launch stove-cum-inverter, water chiller for rural India 21.4.2015 HBL: Companies
Greenway Grameen Infra, whose high-efficiency smokeless biomass cook stove is making waves, now plans to launch a stove that generates power like an inverter, and a water chiller in the country’s...
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Getting rid of garbage, generating power with biomass 20.4.2015 deccanherald.com
After solar and wind energy, the government is now focusing on power generation from biomass, especially in Bengaluru, where waste generation is very high and management poor. Shashikumar, chairman of the Karnataka Renewable Energy Limited said the future of renewable energy was solar and biomass. While technological advances are happening with government schemes for solar panels, biomass is also attracting the government's attention. Presently, the demand for biomass to generate electricity is more in Belagavi, Raichur, Davanagere and Haveri and very less in Bengaluru. A meeting on how to promote and tap it will be held with all stakeholders in another 15 days. During the meeting, government organisations where solar panels will be installed will be listed, like government hostels, social welfare department offices and the Vidhana Soudha. The meeting assumes significance in the wake of the 45th World Earth Day on April 22, focusing on renewable energy. The theme this year is: It's our turn to lead. This ...
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India Inc may turn to green bonds to fund sustainable projects 20.4.2015 HBL: Home
Investor interest in the new class of debt to grow; YES Bank, Exim Bank first off the block
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Air Pollution: The silent killer we need to talk about more often 20.4.2015 DNA: Urban Tales
Economic loss (as a % of GDP)  1.3% No. of deaths in 2010  13 lakh  6.2 lakh Source: Diagnostic Assessment of Select Environmental Challenges in India & Global Burden of Diseases Report The causes of indoor pollution are several and varied and most of these are linked intimately to livelihoods and household habits in several parts of the country. In rural India, the use of biomass as cooking fuel is the primary cause of indoor air pollution. According to estimates from the last Census in 2011, biomass is used for cooking in 67 percent of all households in India, including 87 percent of rural households. This is far above the average of other regions like China, South-East Asia, Middle-East and Latin America, and about the same as Africa.   Source: World Energy Outlook 2014 –  Traditional use of solid biomass for cooking  The other major concern is the rampant use of kerosene as a fuel for lighting and other purposes. Even today, about 43 percent of rural households and 31 percent of all Indian households ...
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JBM Group to diversify into solar energy sector with Rs 1,600 crore investment 20.4.2015 ET: Power
The company, which plans to be an independent power producer (IPP) will focus on both ground-mounted and solar rooftop projects, and make 30% of the investment through internal accruals and the rest through debt.
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The evolution 19.4.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
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