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    • 04-September-2020
      Clean energy now forms 50 per cent of Karnataka’s 30,000 megawatts (MW) of installed power capacity, and in the past few months, it has surpassed conventionally produced electricity in terms of fulfilling industry requirements. This is good news for the environment, though it has come at a cost for the state. One reason power generation from renewable energy sources (solar, wind, biomass) has increased is high-priced, long term contracts. Essentially, successive governments agreed to buy clean energy from producers at rates higher than what officials consider reasonable. TNN

    • 04-September-2020
      Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has asked officials to explore the possibility of developing Ayodhya as a "solar city." According to the state government, the Chief Minister has also asked officials to develop the riverfront from Guptar Ghat to Naya Ghat. Also, the irrigation department should prepare an action plan to ensure flow of Saryu river water at Ram Ki Paidi, he said. ANI

    • 02-September-2020
      The Western Railway (WR) has claimed that it has slashed power bills worth Rs 3 crore by exploiting solar power at 75 stations on its network, an official said here on Wednesday. These rooftop solar plants generate a whopping 8.67MW, resulting in the handsome savings during the current financial year, besides accelerating the Indian Railways' (IR) mission to achieve the goal of 'Net Zero Carbon Emission Railway' before 2030, said WR chief spokesperson Sumit Thakur. IANS

    • 04-September-2020
      As per the report, on average consumers in India said they would consider purchasing an EV by 2022. This is two years earlier than the global average of 2024. However, two thirds (67 percent) of consumers in India said they are adopting a "wait and see" approach. Over 40 percent of fleet managers said they are waiting for competitors to make the switch before they do. PTI

    • 04-September-2020
      The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday issued revised guidelines for priority sector lending to enable better credit penetration to credit deficient areas and increase lending to small and marginal farmers besides weaker sections. In addition, the initiative will boost credit to renewable energy and health infrastructure. The RBI said bank finance to start-ups up to Rs 50 crore, loans to farmers for installation of solar power plants for solarisation of grid-connected agriculture pumps, and loans for setting up compressed bio-gas (CBG) plants have been included as fresh categories eligible for finance under priority sector. ANI

    • 06-September-2020
      After helping Raj Bhavan to switch to renewable energy, Telangana State Renewable Energy Development Corporation (TSREDCO) is exploring the possibility of installing rooftop solar power systems for the upcoming secretariat building. The recently demolished old secretariat used to consume around 3,000 kilowatts of electricity per month. As all the blocks were entirely dependent on conventional electricity, the government paid around Rs 30 lakh-Rs 40 lakh each month to the TSSPDCL. TNN

    • 06-September-2020
      GMR Group-led consortium DIAL, which operates the IGI Airport here, is exploring alternative solutions for generating green energy, the company's CEO Videh Kumar Jaipuriar said on Saturday. According to Jaipuriar: "We have set up a new benchmark for our partners and stakeholders to follow." He was speaking at the CII-GBC during a virtual event of Energy Award 2020. DIAL was conferred with the 'Excellent Energy Efficient Unit' award at the National Award for Excellence in Energy Management by CII-GBC. IANS

    • 07-September-2020
      The push by Rajasthan government to wean away farmers from using subsidized conventional power and facilitate a shift to renewable energy found a helping hand from RBI which made small solar plants on barren land eligible for loans in the revised priority sector lending norms. On the basis of the new guidelines issued on last Friday, farmers now can get priority loans for installation of standalone solar agriculture pumps and solarisation of grid connected agriculture pumps. Similarly, farmers can also avail priority loans for installation of solar power plants on barren land or in stilt fashion on agriculture land. ET EnergyWorld

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