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Reliance Power plans Rs.50,000 crore investment in next phase 30.9.2014 All News-IANS Stories
While the current fiscal will signal the completion of Reliance Power's first phase of growth, the company has decided to invest Rs.50,000 crore in domestic coal-based thermal, hydro and solar plants in its second phase, company chairman Anil ...
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Reliance Power plans Rs.50,000 crore investment in next phase 30.9.2014 Sify Finance
While the current fiscal will signal the completion of Reliance Power's first phase of growth, the company has decided to invest Rs.50,000 crore in domestic coal-based thermal, hydro and solar plants in its second phase, company chairman Anil Ambani said Tuesday.
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Reliance Power plans Rs.50,000-cr investment in phase-II 30.9.2014 Hindu: Business
The company would require Rs.1,000-1,500 crore capital expenditure for sustainable maintenance as major investments have already been made, said Mr. Ambani.
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Assam PSUs to use ‘waste’ natural gas for power project 30.9.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Assam PSUs to use ‘waste’ natural gas for power project
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Cheapest Solar Powered eToilet for Schools Unveiled in Kerala 30.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Modi visit to give Indian green energy $1-bn push 30.9.2014 Rediff: Business
The clean energy sector in India will be one of the first sectors that would benefit during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's US trip. The sector awaits investments worth about $1 billion from US companies.
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Cheapest solar powered eToilet for schools unveiled 30.9.2014 New Kerala: India News
Thiruvananthapuram, Sep 30 : Eram Scientific, manufacturers of the country's first eToilet, here Tuesday unveiled the world's cheapest unmanned, self-cleaning eToilet with inbuilt solar panel and metallic platform for schools.
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Solar-powered, self-cleaning eToilet for schools unveiled 30.9.2014 Hindu: Home
Eram Scientific, manufacturers of the country’s first eToilet, on Tuesday unveiled the world’s cheapest unmanned, self-cleaning eToilet with inbuilt solar panel and metallic platform for schools.<...
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Sunflower solar harvester provides power and water 30.9.2014 New Scientist: Opinion
An all-in-one, cheap, solar energy harvester can deliver power, clean water and heat to places that need it, ...
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First Renewable Energy Global Investment Promotion Meet & Expo to be held in February 2015 30.9.2014 Latest News
As a follow-up to the Make in India initiative launched by the Prime Minister, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy ( MNRE) has announced organisation of the First Renewable Energy Global Investors Meet & Expo (RE - INVEST) on 15-17 ...
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Cheapest solar powered eToilet for schools unveiled 30.9.2014 Zee News : Science and Technology
Eram Scientific, manufacturers of the country's first eToilet, here Tuesday unveiled the world's cheapest unmanned, self-cleaning eToilet with inbuilt solar panel and metallic platform for schools.
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GMDC to set up 50 MW wind power project at Rs 300 crore 30.9.2014 All Companies Stories
State-run Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation (GMDC) will set up a 50 Mega Watt (MW) wind power project in a bid to harness green energy potential, said, a senior GMDC official. The fresh addition will take the total capacity of wind power ...
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Cheapest solar powered eToilet for schools unveiled 30.9.2014 All News-IANS Stories
Eram Scientific, manufacturers of the country's first eToilet, here Tuesday unveiled the world's cheapest unmanned, self-cleaning eToilet with inbuilt solar panel and metallic platform for schools.
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Renewable Energy Ministry targets 100,000 MW capacity in next 5 years 30.9.2014 HBL: Home
T‎he Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has set a target of reaching 100,000 MW generation capacity for the sector in the next five years, said Upendra Tripathy, Secretary, MNRE, here today.
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Can Narendra Modi bring the solar power revolution to India? 30.9.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page

Indian PMs renewables ambitions are big, like the Gujarat Solar Park, Asias biggest, but coal use is still increasing

From the observation tower in the Thar desert and as far as the eye can see, the dark blue arrays of a million solar panels can be seen sitting silently on the red dust. The Charanka solar park in Gujarat is an ultra-mega power project the Indian governments phrase and the biggest in Asia.

But unlike the hundreds of coal plants and their noxious smokestacks being built in the country, the only danger linked to the solar panels are the snakes and scorpions that slink and scuttle between the sparse shrubs, posing a minor hazard to those who dust off the panels after dusk.

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ZICA Set to Tap South Indian Market 30.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Karimnagar dairy to tap solar power 30.9.2014 Hindu: Home
Following the prevailing acute power shortage in the rural areas, the Karimnagar Milk Producer Company Limited, albeit Karimnagar dairy, has decided to tap solar power in a phased manner by install...
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Solar energy could dominate electricity by 2050 30.9.2014 Hindu: Opinion
Solar energy could be the top source of electricity by 2050, aided by plummeting costs of the equipment to generate it, a report from the International Energy Agency (IEA), the West’s energy watch...
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Renewable energy pact with U.S. likely 30.9.2014 Hindu: National
While India and the U.S. are at an impasse over the nuclear deal, they are expected to announce an agreement on reneweable energy when Prime Minister Modi and President Obama meet. In an ex...
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Power-hit Assam goes for solution beyond borders 29.9.2014 Deccan Herald - Analysis
Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi is in a tearing hurry to win back the trust of people before the Assembly elections in mid-2016. Also, he has to win back the trust of his party (Congress) and its vice president Rahul Gandhi, especially after the recent debacle in the bypolls, where Congress lost one of the two assembly seats it held. Gogois friend or foe in political circles in Guwahati will have no qualms to vouch that he is known for making promises easily -- at the drop of a hat -- but not for keeping them. With 17-months left for the coming assembly elections, Gogoi has finally taken the whole of the Assam state and its constituents seriously. At the same time, Gogoi, as any savvy politician, knows that the burning problem in Assam continues to be the 'BSP' &mdash; "bijali, sadak, pani" (power, roads and drinking water). Right now, he is focussing on electricity as the state is for long faced with power shortage. With little help from outside agencies, Gogoi is trying to find a permanent solution to ...
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