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  • About Ecosense

    Set up with the aim of promoting education in the field of Renewable Energy Sources, Ecosense Sustainable Solutions Pvt. Ltd. was established by a team of IIT alumni in the year 2010. Since its inception the company has helped over 150 educational institutions spread across 21 states in the country to set up state – of – the – art RE Labs that train more than 20,000 students annually .

  • News Updates
    • 09-December-2016
      The Company has announced that all of Google’s data centres and offices are going to be running on purchased renewable energy by next year. Google, the internet giant is already the world’s biggest corporate buyer of renewable electricity, last year buying 44% of its power from wind and solar farms. Now it will be 100%. theguardian

    • 16-December-2016
      Microsoft co-founder and billionaire Bill Gates is heading a $1 billion venture fund that will invest in clean energy technology to combat climate change. The Huffington Post

    • 23-December-2016
      The Indian government has forecast that it will exceed the renewable energy targets set in Paris last year by nearly half and three years ahead of schedule. In the 2027 forecasts, India aims to generate 275 GW of total renewable energy, in addition to72 GW of hydroenergy and 15 GW of nuclear energy. The Guardian

    • 30-December-2016
      Green seems to be the catchword for the government heading into the next year as it gears up to achieve 175 gigawatt of clean energy by 2022 through auction of 1,000 MW of rooftop solar power, Rs 13,000 crore investment in solar parks and a Rs 21,000 crore package to boost local manufacturing of panels. The Economic Times

    • 06-January-2017
      Solar energy capacity in India could nearly double to 18 gigawatt (GW) this calendar year as large projects get commissioned, despite the short-term hurdles of power curtailment and weak tendering in some states, according to sector experts and power producers. Live Mint

    • 13-January-2017
      The meeting, called on 23 and 24 January, will be attended by top officials from the states and the Centre involved in helping India achieve its clean energy commitments. India plans to achieve 175 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2022 as part of its climate commitments. Live Mint

    • 23-August-2016
      Indian Energy Exchange is looking to promote this dedicated platform as an alternate venue for project developers to sell electricity and keep their projects financially viable. Clean Technica

    • 25-November-2016
      Ecosense & Quess Corp signed MOU on 27th July, 2016. Being RE pioneer, Ecosense collaborated with Quess, the market leader in providing trained personnel to add multiple values in skill development in Green-Energy sector. .Ecosense

    • 02-December-2016
      India has become home to the world’s largest solar power plant, thanks to a 648 megawatt (MW) facility that has come online in the southern part of the country. The previous record holder belonged to the Topaz Solar farm in California that has a capacity of 550 MW. treehugger.com

    • 20-January-2017
      India’s renewable energy minister this week vowed that his country will not deviate from its renewable energy targets if President-elect Donald Trump puts the brakes on U.S. commitments to tackling climate change. Piyush Goyal was responding to concerns that a U.S. withdrawal from the climate change table would prompt India to row back on its sustainability goals. Renewable Energy World

    • 03-February-2017
      The Union Budget has given a boost to renewable energy. Finance minister, Arun Jaitley said that “ work will be taken up for 2000 railway stations as part of the 1000 MW solar mission”. Power, coal, renewable energy and mines minister Piyush Goyal was pleased with the proposals. The Economic Times

    • 10-February-2017
      India’s renewable energy sector recently achieved yet another major milestone, the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy announced. As of the 31st of December 2016, India had achieved an operational grid-connected renewable energy capacity of more than 50 Gigawatts. Clean Technica

    • 17-February-2017
      Excess power generation capacity provides India an opportunity to shift completely to green energy. If the country can halve storage technology prices in 10 years it can do without the need for new coal based plants, a study by The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) said. Economic Times

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