India Aims to Meet 60% of Power Demand at Major Ports From Renewables

India Aims to Meet 60% of Power Demand at Major Ports from Renewables

The government aims to meet 60% of power demand at major ports through solar, and wind power, Union Minister for Ports, Shipping, and Waterways Sarbananda Sonwal has said. Currently, renewables meet ...
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Indian Forms Committee to Oversee Implementation of the Paris Agreement

India Forms Committee to Oversee Implementation of the Paris Agreement

The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) has constituted a high-level inter-ministerial Apex Committee for the Implementation of the Paris Agreement (AIPA). The Secretary of MoEFCC will lead ...
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World Bank Commits $22.5 Billion to Scale Up Climate Action in Africa

World Bank Commits $22.5 Billion to Scale Up Climate Action in Africa

The World Bank has committed $22.5 billion to Africa for climate adaptation and mitigation in the next five years. The funding is part of the World Bank’s 2025 target to accelerate ...
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Government to Inject ₹900 Billion to Help Ailing Power DISCOMs Amid Coronavirus Crisis

Tata Power Gets Shareholders’ Approval to Raise ₹55 Billion

India’s leading renewable energy project developer, Tata Power, has received approval from its shareholders to raise up to ₹55 billion (~$801.11 million) through the issuance of non-convertible debentures on a ...
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Month in a Minute

Month in a Minute: Important Headlines and Data Points from the Indian Renewable Energy Sector in June 2017

The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) de-empaneled 71 channel partners fromits grid-connected rooftop and small solar power projects program. These agencies had not entered any installation data or ...