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#India – Who needs ultra mega solar power plants?

Author(s): Chandra Bhushan  Mar 15, 2014 Government plans to set up four large-scale solar power plants that will cost a whopping `1.2 lakh crore. Will they serve millions of energy poor? The bigger the better seems to be the mantra of Central government ministries these days…. Continue Reading →

We Have the Renewable Energy We Need to Power the World—So What’s Stopping Us?

AlterNet / By Tara Lohan A leading researcher says we have enough wind and solar to power the world. Are we willing to do what’s necessary to transform our society? Photo Credit: PhotographyByMK/ Shutterstock.com November 8, 2013  | The environment is one bad news… Continue Reading →

All Nuclear Power Fans, learn from this tiny village in ladakh, light years ahead #mustshare

This tiny village in Ladakh might be frozen in time, but its initiative to harness renewable energy has led to all-round empowerment RAMAPATI KUMAR, The Hindu “Stupid TV,” Rigzen Tsomo mutters in the local Bodhi language as she taps her… Continue Reading →

A call for Action: toward a nuclear free world

  Introduction:       The AEPF9 Final Declaration calls the ASEM governments to build a nuclear free world. On “Sustainable Energy Production and Use”, the 5th  “Key Recommendation” states:  “Commit to progressing, with urgency, to a nuclear power free… Continue Reading →

A call for Action: toward a nuclear free world #mustshare

Introduction: The AEPF9 Final Declaration calls the ASEM governments to build a nuclear free world. On “Sustainable Energy Production and Use”, the 5th  “Key Recommendation” states:  “Commit to progressing, with urgency, to a nuclear power free world. This will require… Continue Reading →

Sayonara nuclear power

Editorial- The Hindu , sEPT 22, 2012 The much needed big push towards low-cost,, highly-efficient, cutting-edge renewable energy technologies was lacking till recently. Even the compulsion to cut down carbon dioxide emission levels by 2020 failed to overcome the inertia…. Continue Reading →

10,000 Naxal villages to get 24 into 7 water supply, courtesy solar

Chetan Chauhan, Hindustan Times New Delhi, June 10, 2012 You in India‘s top cities may envy around one-fifth of total villages in 78 naxal affected districts set to get around the clock tap water supply, courtsey solar energy. Three Central… Continue Reading →

Windmills play a big role in easing power situation in Tamil Nadu

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Coimbatore, June 6,2012   Since May 25, windmills have contributed 31 to 34 per cent of the total power consumed in the State every day. Tamil Nadu has nearly 7,000 MW of installed wind energy capacity and peak… Continue Reading →

Germany sets new solar power record, institute says

  Sat, May 26 2012 By Erik Kirschbaum BERLIN (Reuters) – German solar power plants produced a world record 22 gigawatts of electricity per hour – equal to 20 nuclear power stations at full capacity – through the midday hours on Friday… Continue Reading →

Rotten Apple- Demand a clean cloud

Demand a clean cloud. The media officer fo greenpeace  informs me that due to unavidable cricumstances their protest outside the Apple office in Bangalore, has been postponed, but they are engaging with people on streets of banaglore on the issue .Write… Continue Reading →

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