User: berkan Topic: Energy
Category: Non-Conventional :: Biomass
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Government is Committed to Provide Power to Every Household by 2019 : Shri Piyush Goyal 3.7.2015 Govt of india: PIB
The Government is committed to provide power to all households in the country from urban to rural by 2019 and making all out efforts to accomplish it. Stating this in an interactive session organized by Coal Consumers’
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Clean energy project to fuel growth in villages 29.6.2015 Hubli - City - The Times of India
Cook up a storm, albeit with cleaner, greener energy. That's the message that will soon reverberate through the streets of Gokul, Haro Belavadi, Tadasinakoppa, Navalur and Gamanagatti villages in Dharwad district.
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Eco-friendly stoves set for an upgrade 25.6.2015 HBL: Home
New variant to generate electricity from cooking
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Tories plan to sell £1.4bn stake in Green Investment Bank to pay down deficit 25.6.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

Critics including the Greens’ Caroline Lucas and Lib Dem Tim Farron question government’s ‘commitment to low-carbon economy’

The government’s commitment to low-carbon technology has been called into question as it prepares to raise more than £1bn by selling a majority stake in the Green Investment Bank, the project that was a central promise in the Conservatives’ 2010 manifesto.

Sajid Javid, the business secretary, will announce the plan at the bank’s annual review meeting on Thursday. The government is likely to keep a stake in the bank but could sell off as much as 70%.

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States favour generation of power from waste 24.6.2015 deccanherald.com
Ameeting of the sub-group of chief ministers onSwachh Bharat Mission, on Wednesday, favoured generation of power from waste and decided to come out with a comprehensive action plan by August 15. The sub-group constituted under the NationalInstitution for Transforming India (NITI)Aayog and headed by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister NChandrababu Naidu resolved to work on sustainable models to generate energy from garbage. "The country generates 1.3 lakh tonnes of waste every day which has the capacity to generate 1,300 MW of power. We will work out an action plan, including involving private players to tap this energy potential from bio-mass," Naidu told reporters after the meeting. Naidu said a consensus would be arrived at providing concessions from the state governments and the Centre to private entrepreneurs to set up power plants to generate energy from waste. Calculations have indicated that it would take Rs six for generating one unit of power after concessions. Electricity regulatory authorities will ...
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IICT's waste-to-biogas tech draws good response 24.6.2015 Latest News
IICT-patented green technology is capable of generating 120-150 cubic metres of biogas (equivalent to around 30 kg of LPG) by using vegetable & food waste as feedstock
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CSIR-IIP Develops Micro-Channel Reactors with Stable Catalyst Formulations for Improving Product Yield & Conversions in Hydroprocessing of Vegetable Oils 23.6.2015 Govt of india: PIB
CSIR-IIP Develops Micro-Channel Reactors with Stable Catalyst Formulations for Improving Product Yield & Conversions in Hydroprocessing of Vegetable Oils
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Fund of goodwill 19.6.2015 HBL: Home
High-profile professionals are chucking fancy jobs to start social enterprises and high-networth investors are bullish on businesses producing goods and services for low-income groups. India is rapidly emerging as the nucleus of impact investments
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Biomass gasifier crematorium at Woraiyur to be opened soon 18.6.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Biomass gasifier crematorium at Woraiyur to be opened soon
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Sugarcane biomass used to produce 'green' jet fuel 16.6.2015 Zee News : Science and Technology
Researchers, including those of Indian-origin, have developed a new method to produce 'eco-friendly' aviation fuel from sugarcane biomass that could lead to substantial cuts in greenhouse gas emissions.
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Biofuel from sugarcane to power planes 16.6.2015 New Kerala: World News
New York, June 16 : A team of researchers that includes a number of Indian origin scientists has developed a process for producing drop-in aviation biofuel from sugarcane.
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Biofuel from sugarcane to power planes 16.6.2015 All News-IANS Stories
A team of researchers that includes a number of Indian origin scientists has developed a process for producing drop-in aviation biofuel from sugarcane.
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Social problems, corporate solutions – the Shell way 15.6.2015 HBL: Home
There are many development issues that are common in emerging economies, as are many of the solutions delivered by inclusive businesses.
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Students’ Home honoured for green initiatives 13.6.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Students’ Home honoured for green initiatives
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Students’ Home honoured for green initiatives 13.6.2015 Hindu: Chennai
The Ramakrishna Mission Students’ Home, Mylapore, has qualified for the status of a green building.The home has installed a solar power plant and hybrid wind turbine for powering the hostel...
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Amura Tech, 99acres.com to launch real estate flash sale 11.6.2015 DNA: Bangalore
Amura Tech, 99acres.com to launch real estate flash sale
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Company News: Styrolution ABS (India) 10.6.2015 HBL: Stock Markets
On June 9, the promoter of Styrolution ABS (India) offloaded 300 shares of the company in the open market to meet SEBI’s minimum public shareholding norm. Following the sale, the promoter’s...
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Management school instals biogas plant on campus 9.6.2015 TOI: Mumbai
The country's leading scientists and technology experts rejoiced when they gathered to boil a pot of milk at an institute in Matunga recently. What made this routine act so special was that the fuel came from a new biogas plant that has been installed on ...
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Kondli biogas plant to generate power now 8.6.2015 deccanherald.com
With an aim to bring the water utility's electricity bill down by Rs 20 crore annually, biogas from the Delhi Jal Board's sewage treatment plant in Kondli is now being used to generate power for the city. About 45 million gallons per day (MGD) sewage treatment plant was providing biogas for the power plant, which is currently producing 10,000 killowatt-hour per day, said the DJB on Sunday. Officials said the electricity generation will increase in the coming days. The DJB had previously commissioned biogas power plants in Okhla and Rithala sewage treatment plants. The Okhla plant is generating 12,000 kWh per day and the Rithala produces 20,000 kWH per day. "Presently, 30 to 35 per cent of the power demand of these plants is being met from the electricity generated in house. This is also reducing the dependency on power supply from discoms," it added. Officials said that the plan is to set up biogas-based power plants in all DJB sewage treatment plants. New plants New treatment plants will be designed to ...
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DJB commissions biogas power plant in East Delhi 8.6.2015 Hindu: Delhi
Biogas from the Delhi Jal Board’s (DJB) sewage treatment plant in Kondli is now being used to generate power, which will bring the water utility’s electricity bill down by Rs.20 crore annually....
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