User: berkan Topic: Energy
Category: Non-Conventional :: Biomass
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Jain Irrigation to invest Rs 350 cr for expansion 2.10.2008 HBL: Corporate
Jalgaon, Oct. 1 Despite the turbulent market conditions, Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd will invest Rs 350 crore in the financial year 2009 to increase pipe manufacturing and irrigation systems capacity besides exploring new opportunities in the
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Ambuja employs new tech at Ropar plant 1.10.2008 Financial Express
Ambuja employs new tech at Ropar plant
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Ambuja employs new tech at Ropar plant 1.10.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
Leading cement producer Ambuja Cements Limited has developed a technology to operate on coal and a wide variety of biomass which reduces carbon dioxide emissions significantly at its multi biomass co-fired captive power plant at Ropar and intends to extend this technology in its other plants spread across the country.
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Ambuja Cements to invest Rs 1,600 cr in captive power biz 30.9.2008 DNA: Money
Leading cement producer Ambuja Cements plans to invest nearly Rs 1,600 crore in the captive power generation, which would have a capacity of 200 MW by 2010.
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Ambuja Cements to invest Rs 1,600 crore in captive power 30.9.2008 HBL: Breaking News
Ambuja Cements to invest Rs 1,600 crore in captive power
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Corporation opts for renewable energy at crematorium 27.9.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
It plans to use biomass instead of electricity
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Rs1.75 cr can be saved yearly, says IIT energy audit 25.9.2008 DNA: Top News
In an attempt to make the IIT Bombay campus energy efficient, an energy audit of the institute was recently conducted to identify and suggest measures for conservation.
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Koyambedu biomass plant in the soup 25.9.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: Non-availability of sufficient quantities of vegetable waste with high-starch content was the reason for the underutilisation of the Koyambedu “waste-to-power” biomass plant, Tamil Nadu Energy Development Agency (TEDA) ...
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Fuel for change 24.9.2008 Frontline
The book contains a wealth of information on a solution to the growing energy needs of countries.
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Koyambedu biomass plant in the soup 24.9.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
For want of vegetable waste with starch content
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Scientists convert sugar into gasoline 19.9.2008 New Kerala: World News
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‘Responsible tourism’ to be theme of hoteliers convention in Shanghai 19.9.2008 HBL: Industry & Economy
Bangalore, Sept. 18 Indian hotels are increasingly adopting ‘green’ practices not only for environmental performance, but also for profitability and reputation. The environment is clearly becoming a bottom-line issue, say industry
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What rapid urbanization would mean?   18.9.2008 Central Chronicle
What rapid urbanization would mean?  
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‘Generate power from poultry waste’ 13.9.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
NAMAKKAL: Collector U. Sagayam called upon officials to promote awareness among people on generating electricity from poultry waste. Participating in the Rajiv Gandhi Renewable Energy Day celebrations held here recently, he pointed out ...
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It's A Gas 13.9.2008 TOI: Editorial
An entire city could get powered by methane from bio-sewage.
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Asia Pacific Partnership: The business of clean energy 10.9.2008 HBL: Opinion
Talk about perfect timing. Barely a few days after the Nuclear Suppliers Group waiver paved the way for American companies to enter India’s lucrative civilian nuclear energy market, 11 of the United States’ leading players in the ...
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New bug ferments green fuel on the cheap 9.9.2008 New Scientist: News
Bacteria that ferment plant pulp at higher temperatures could make producing cellulosic ethanol more economically viable
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New bug ferments green fuel on the cheap 9.9.2008 New Scientist: News
Genetically engineered bacteria that ferment plant pulp at higher temperatures could make cellulosic ethanol using less costly enzymes
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Socioeconomic issues: B-schools must do more 8.9.2008 Mint: Human Development
By addressing socioeconomic and environmental concerns, it’s not as if the corporate world is doing charity; it is important for its own survival
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Asia's biggest solar thermal energy plant to be set up at Nagpur 20.8.2008 ET: Power
Union Minister for New and Renewable Energy, Vilas Muttemwar today said Asia's biggest solar thermal energy plant of 10 MW capacity would be set up at Nagpur.
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