User: berkan Topic: Energy
Category: Non-Conventional :: Biomass
Last updated: Mar 01 2015 06:40 IST RSS 2.0
 
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No light ahead for green energy 1.3.2015 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
The Union Budget 2015 has been a disappointment for solar retailers and consumers in the city, as no tax exemptions or reductions have been announced for green energy.Though an ambitious tar...
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Energy policy on the right path: Kirit S Parikh 1.3.2015 All Economy & Policy Stories
The coal tax will generate at least Rs 10,000 crore per year and it will be used to promote renewables
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Boost to renewables, short shrift to forests 1.3.2015 Hindu: S & T
Of the budget of Rs. 1,681 crore allocated for the Ministry of Environment, Rs. 160 crore has been allocated to the Mission on Climate Change and Adaptation.
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Budget fails to cheer clean energy sector 1.3.2015 Hindu: Business
‘Unlike rail and roads, tax free bonds have not been specifically proposed’
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Modi government chants clean energy mantra 28.2.2015 deccanherald.com
While emphasising the economic progress in the Budget, Prime Minister Narendra Modi led government also ensured that development should be as green as possible. The government is launching a scheme for Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley proposes an initial outlay of Rs 75 crore for the scheme in 2015-16, which was welcomed by electric vehicle makers. Further, the concessional excise duty of 6 per cent on specified goods for use in manufacture of electrically operated vehicles and hybrid vehicles, presently available up to this March, is being extended by another year. Reacting to the development, Society of Manufacturers of Electric Vehicles (SMEV), Director-Corporate Affairs, Sohinder Gill termed the allocation towards promoting EVs and supporting charging infrastructure and R&D investments as a welcome step. Emphasising the need to generate more electricity from clean energy sources, the government announced a massive renewable power production target ...
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Budget 2015: India's much needed tryst with renewable energy continues 28.2.2015 ET: Oil & Gas
In the present context, the policy initiatives as a part of the Budget announcements made today demonstrate the Government's focus in providing an impetus to generation of solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, biomass power.
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Budget 2015: India targets 1,75,000 MW green power by 2022 28.2.2015 ET: Power
The Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said the power sector had witnessed rapid growth due to efforts of the government despite uncertainty on the coal front.
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Renewable energy sector upbeat on Budget 2015 proposals 28.2.2015 ET: Power
FM envisioned providing electricity by 2020 to the remaining 20,000 villages that still don’t have access to electricity, including through off­-grid solar power.
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Budget 2015 lukewarm to the green energy sector 28.2.2015 Forbes India

  Modi's optimism for renewable energy comes to nought as Jaitley's Budget offers no definite roadmap Read more

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India targets 1,75,000 mw green power by 2022: Budget 28.2.2015 DNA: Top News
Emphasising the need to generate more electricity from clean energy sources, the government today announced a massive renewable power production target of 1,75,000 mw in the next seven years. Of the total 1,75,000 mw proposed to be tapped by 2022, solar power will have a lion's share of 1,00,000 mw followed by 60,000 mw from wind energy, 10,000 mw biomass energy and 5,000 mw of small hydro projects, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said in his Budgetary proposals. At present, the solar power generation capacity of the country is about 3,000 mw. Small hydro power projects are plants with up to 25 mw generation capacity. The Finance Minister said the power sector had witnessed rapid growth due to efforts of the government despite uncertainty on the coal front. Besides it had launched ambitious programmes for new and renewable energy, he said. Power, Coal and New and Renewable Energy Minister Piyush Goyal had said the country's renewable energy sector is looking to attract USD 200 billion in investments as ...
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Budget 2015: Arun Jaitley wants development to be green 28.2.2015 Zee News : Science and Technology
The Union Finance Minister Shri Arun Jaitley today has said that the Government is committed to make development process as green as possible. 
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Budget 2015: Jaitley puts India on green road to development, bonus for electric cars 28.2.2015 FirstPost: Business

Jaitley said that the government is launching a scheme for faster adoption and manufacturing of electric vehicles.

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Green solution to bio-waste 28.2.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Green solution to bio-waste
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Green solution to bio-waste 28.2.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Green solution to bio-waste
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Green solution to bio-waste 28.2.2015 Hindu: Kerala
A biogas plant treating Bengaluru’s waste is supplying 600 kg of CNGa day to hotels, says M.A. Siraj
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Athipattu bio-gas plant gets go-ahead from corporation 28.2.2015 TOI: Chennai
The Chennai corporation council on Friday approved a biomethanation plant which will be set up at the Athipattu dumping ground in Ambattur where garbage has been a mounting ...
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Anert to help set up 6,300 biogas plants in State 28.2.2015 Hindu: Kochi
Each plant is eligible for a subsidy of Rs.8,000
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Renewables, a $160-billion investment opportunity 27.2.2015 HBL: Home
Excellent scope to set up & scale up
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India's National Solar Mission scaled up five fold: Economic Survey 27.2.2015 New Kerala: Business India
Read Full story of 'India's National Solar Mission scaled up five fold: Economic Survey' at newkerala.com.
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Green energy to create Rs 10 lakh crore business in 5 years: Economic Survey 27.2.2015 Latest News
India's renewable energy sector will generate business opportunities of a whopping Rs 10 lakh crore in the next five years, says the Economic Survey 2014-15.
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