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To overcome adverse results due to waste is more important than its decomposition

The wastes take a considerable amount of time to get decompose and out of them, the plastic wastes consume most of the time, approximately 10 to 100 years. We can say that plastics are not biodegradable wastes they actually break down into smaller particles or persists anaerobically. The waste materials require oxygen for go with […]

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Solar Tariff In India Tumbles To New Record Low of 0.04$, Making It Cheaper Than Fossil-Fuel Generated Power

In the recent times, solar power tariffs have seen a great fall. In a very recent event, Abu Dhabi received the cheapest solar power tariff in a combined bid at 2.42¢/kWh. Also, some time back, Chile received a tariff at a bidding of 2.91¢/kWh. Now, in a record low, India has received a bidding at […]

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Norway to Launch First Ever Self-Sailing Electric Cargo Ship

The first autonomous and completely electric cargo ship is expected to be launched sometime next year in Norway. Yara International, a well-known fertilizer company has collaborated with the industrial group Kongsberg to build what is now known as the Yara Birkeland [1]. This cargo giant is expected to carry fertilizers between three ports in southern […]

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Australia Set To Surpass Record 33000 Gigawatt Hours of Renewable Energy

If the current pace of investment continues thought-out 2017, Australia may just reach their 2020 Renewable Energy Target. Last week, the Australian Clean Energy Regulator released a new report which it stated that their renewable energy target which involves sourcing approximately 33 000 gigawatt hours of renewable energy by 2020 may just be reached, that […]

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Trump’s Needs To Understand That Arctic Drilling Would be Disastrous for the Climate

As the ice in the arctic melts, so the ice upon which Donald Trump chooses to skate continues to thin. The new American president continues his attempts to overthrow Obama’s permanent block on exploiting oil and gas reserves in the Arctic by pushing ahead with his executive order to open up the region to drilling. […]

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Greenko Group Interested in Acquiring Bangalore-Based Bhoruka Power

Greenko Group is most likely to acquire wind and hydro power generator Bhoruka Power Corp. Limited’s 310 Megawatts clean energy portfolio. L&T Infrastructure Finance Co. Limited owns an equity stake of Rs 350 crore invested in Bhoruka Power Ltd., which presently operates 170 Megawatts of wind capacity, 30 Megawatts of solar capacity and 110 Megawatts […]

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Mitsui Group Said to Be Looking for a Role in India’s Clean Energy Story

With the growing innovations in the renewable energy sector, India is now looking out for investments for its clean renewable energy sector. One of Japan’s largest corporates, Mitsui Group has come forward and showed interest in investing in India’s clean energy sector. Due to a drop in the equipment prices and lower cost of raising […]

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NEC Energy Solution Will Build and Operate 50MW Grid Energy Storage Facilities for VLC Energy

NEC Energy Solutions, Inc, which is a subsidiary of NEC Corporation, recently announced that it has now contracted around 50MW of energy storage projects with the firm VLC Energy, which is a joint venture company that is created by Low Carbon, another renewable energy investment company, and VPI Immingham, which is the owner of one […]