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UNDERSTANDING THE TECHNO-ECONOMICS PART II

Bio-methanisation Biomethanation is a process by which organic material is microbiologically converted under anaerobic conditions to biogas. Three main physiological groups of microorganisms are...

UNDERSTANDING THE TECHNO-ECONOMICS Part 1

Bio Coal or Green coal and Bio Methanisation are two ways of utilising agricultural waste to generate energy, both can be considered renewable since...

DUBAI’S VENTURE TO PRODUCE ENERGY FROM WASTE

World’s largest Energy from Waste Plant in Dubai; which is also significant as one of the various projects for the conservation of natural resources,...

UNION GOVERNMENT’S MEASURES TO MARCH TOWARDS CLEAN ENERGY

Recently the power minister R.K. Singh has revealed a summary of the steps taken to promote the renewable energies (REs)…

A JOURNEY ON ENERGY RESEARCH

In October 2020, the Sustainable Environergy Research Lab (SERL) under the Chemical Engineering Department of IIT Delhi, successfully demonstrated the working prototype of VRFB that can efficiently store and utilize renewable energy for a wide range of applications. Here is a brief on the versatile energy research being conducted in the institute…

RE and Modern Grid Necessity & Constraints

Several initiatives have been taken by the Government of India (GoI) to increase the renewable energy generation, which will not only be useful to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases, but also result in some increase in per capita energy demand…
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TRANSITION IS INEVITABLE

With rise in the use of renewable energy, its cost of installation is coming down very rapidly, the post-COVID19 development packages must be spent on building sustainable power systems with more renewable energy plants… - P.K Chatterjee
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NEW RENEWABLE SOURCE DEVELOPMENTs – Part 2

Solid-Oxide fuel cells (SOFC) According to developers, solid oxide fuel cell technology would be among the most in demand. Researchers at Harvard School of Engineering...
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US DOE ACTS TO BOOST BIOECONOMY

The projects will ensure the United States’ leadership across all segments of the growing global bioeconomy.
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RENEWABLE ENERGY INDIA E-EXPO: A HIGH OCTANE EVENT

Renewable Energy India (REI) E-Expo, South Asia’s first virtual renewable energy event by Informa Markets in India (formerly UBM India) concluded on a successful note 9th June 2020.
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Assessing India’s clean energy progress

The following text highlights a recent report by BloombergNEF and Bloomberg Philanthropies. Assessing India’s clean energy progress and developing modes for cleaner economic growth.
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Hybrid Renewable Energy Technologies for Rural India

Hybrid energy systems can be potential solutions for the electricity problems in the rural region. However, vast research is needed in this aspect to make it technically feasible to be deployed at these areas. - Dr. Vikramaditya Dave, Dr. Sujit Kumar
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Renewable Energy: Today and Tomorrow

The renewable energy sector has seen rapid growth over recent years. This article takes an in-depth look at how renewable is shaping our energy future in India. - Lata Gidwani

NTPC to Use Treated Sewage Water

NTPC, India’s largest power generating company will use treated sewage water at its Dadri Power Station.

The Quest for Gold

Here’s the story of Sweden’s waste-to-energy revolution and what India can learn from it.

GE & Marinus Energy collaborate

GE Power and Marinus Energy revealed a pilot project to capture Isopentane gas and use it as a fuel source for generating electricity.

Giant Leap on Green Energy Targets

The Government has also approved the enhancement of capacity from 20,000 MW to 40,000 MW of the scheme for development of solar parks and ultra-mega solar power projects. The enhanced capacity would ensure setting up of at least 50 solar parks each with a capacity of 500 MW and above…

Future Perspective For Renewable Energy In India

The power generation shortfall in India is estimated at 11% of the total energy, and 15% of the peak capacity requirements and these figures are likely to increase. This is despite the fact that the country is already consuming more than 2 million barrels of imported oil a day – a figure that is growing by about 10 percent annually... - Jay B. Thakar

Carbon Credits For Financing Renewable Projects

It is always useful to recycle the waste material. Recycling process consumes about half of the energy to produce same quantity of products, which would have been otherwise made from the virgin materials... - Nidhi M J, Shaikh Shamser Ali

Ceramics Help In Producing Electricity From Waste Heat

Currently, less than half of the energy used in industrial processes, transport or households is actually utilised. The majority of primary energy still escapes...