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    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. read more...

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    • 27-January-2018
      Ecosense Sustainable Solutions Pvt. Ltd. has established Solar Photovoltaic laboratories at three INADEH (Instituto Nacional de Formación Profesional y Capacitación para el Desarrollo Humano) centres at Penenome, Las Lajas in Chiriqui and Armae, in the province of Darien in Panama.

    • 16-August-2019
      India will require $500-700 billion in renewable energy and supporting grid investment over the coming decade in order to meet its renewable energy targets, the US- based Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) said on Friday. ET

    • 17-August-2019
      India may be the fastes growing energy market in the world, but its lending to coal power projects had seen a massive dip last year as compared to 2017. The renewable (solar and wind) had, on the other hand, attracted four times more project finance lending than what was earmarked for coal- fired power plants during the period. Times of India

    • 21-August-2019
      Karnataka has emerged as the best state for setting up a roof top solar project, according to a survey released by the centre. The state rooftop solar attractiveness index- SARAL released by the MNRE on Wednesday said that Telangana, Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh were among the top four states with a rating of A++. The states were evaluated on the basis of their aattractiveness for rooftop development. ET

    • 22-August-2019
      In a bid to boost investments in wind power projects and provide clean energy at cheaper rates, the environment ministry on Thursday decided to relax the lease rent of Rs 30000 per mega watt charged mandatorily from wind power companies. The Times of India

    • 05-September-2019
      Energy from increasingly- competitive renewable sources such as solar and wind has quadrupled globally in just a decade, the United Nations said Thursday, but insatiable demand saw power sector emissions rise 10 percent. The Times of India

    • 06-September-2019
      The world’s renewable capacity—power generated from solar, wind, geothermal and biomass—rose from 414 gigawatts in 2009 to 1650 gigawatts this year, and renewable now account for 12.9 per cent of all electricity generated on Earth. .ET

    • 26-September-2019
      Prime Minister Narendra Modi, at the recently concluded United Nations Climate Action Summit in New York, committed to increasing India’s renewable energy (RE) target to 450 gig watts (GW) as a part of a stronger climate action plan. Down To Earth

    • 15-October-2019
      As part of India’s strategy to combat climate change, Indian Railways will become "net zero" carbon emitter by 2030, said railways and commerce minister Piyush Goyal on Tuesday. LiveMint

    • 17-October-2019
      India is considering building 30 gigawatts of renewable energy capacity along a desert on its western border known for its sunny, windy and arid expanse, according to people familiar with the plan. LiveMint

    • 03-December-2019
      The Centre is considering offering state governments concessional loans from public sector lenders Power Finance Corp. (PFC), Rural Electrification Corp. Ltd (REC) and Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA) to help power distribution companies clear green energy dues. LiveMint

    • 24-December-2019
      NTPC Ltd wants to completely shift away from the business of procuring renewable energy and then selling it at a small margin to State governments. The Hindu, Business Line

    • 26-December-2019
      India is all set to cross the 100GW renewable energy capacity mark in 2020 and can make rapid strides towards the ambitious 175GW clean energy target by 2022 provided the government keeps a close eye on key issues and deals with those well in time. ET

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