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1.Tamil Nadu Government promotes clean energy

The Government of Tamil Nadu has mandated for replacing coal fuel usage with renewable energy, to promote clean energy.


2.Thinking Big

MNRE recently entrusted ADaRSH to formulate a comprehensive set of integrated guidelines to address large developments across the country.


3.Govt to invite bids for 350 MW solar projects

The government will soon invite bids for 350 MW solar photovoltaic projects as part of the second batch of the phase 1 of the National Solar Mission


4.Coal Optimiser

S Bhattacharya is tipped to become the next Chairman and Managing Director of Coal India, succeeding S Narsing Rao.


5.Awarding energy efficiency

Uttam Value Steels Ltd, has received the most coveted award recognising energy conservation on a national platform - The ┬┤National Energy Conservation Award 2014┬┤.


6.40,000 MWp Solar PV plants in five years

Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) plans to set up 40,000 MWp of Grid-Interactive Rooftop Solar PV plants


7.Indian and Brazilian markets are still quite unexplored by each other.

Durval Luiz de Oliveira Pereira, First Secretary and Head, Promotion Sector, Embassy of Brazil, New Delhi India and Brazil have enjoyed a long history of partnership and cooperation with a relationship that has been extensive and comprehensive.


8.$10 bn investment in renewable projects

NTPC has committed to set up renewable power projects of 10,000 MW capacity, and will invest close to $10 bn for its execution over the next five years.


9.Green Infra to receive $59 mn by IFC

International Finance Corporation (IFC), the private sector investment arm of the World Bank, has plans to lend $59 mn to the IDFC


10.Eco Ethics

From being water and energy-efficient to maintaining indoor air quality and using local materials, Encube Ethicals in Goa has it all. Encube Ethicals, a Goa-based pharmaceutical company, wanted to develop its corporate office along with a plant on its campus in Madkaim.