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Okaya launches solar batteries 31.1.2007 The Navhind Times
Okaya launches solar batteries
Seek the sun 30.1.2007 The Statesman
Seek the sun
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Solar fence erected 29.1.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
ERODE: The Forest Department has erected solar fencing in Anthiyur forest area. In Sennampatty forest area, wild animals used to enter fertile lands and destroyed banana leaves, sugarcane and paddy crops. Sometimes elephant herds strayed into ...
'Let's tap the Sun to solve the global energy deficit' 29.1.2007 Financial Express
'Let's tap the Sun to solve the global energy deficit'
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The buzz about air-conditioning in the beehive 28.1.2007 Indian Express
The buzz about air-conditioning in the beehive
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‘Solar flares could black out telecom in 2010’ 28.1.2007 Deccan Herald
‘Solar flares could black out telecom in 2010’
Cementing a new future with eco-friendly options 28.1.2007 Hindu:Property Plus: Coimbatore
Indubhushan Patnaikuni of RMIT University in Melbourne thinks different. He focusses more on developing a sustainable model which complements environment and helps those residing in it
Telecom black-out may happen in 2010 27.1.2007 Financial Express
Telecom black-out may happen in 2010
Cementing a new future 27.1.2007 Hindu:Property Plus: Hyderabad
Indubhushan Patnaikuni of RMIT University in Melbourne thinks different. He focuses more on developing a sustainable model which complements environment and helps those residing in it
Mobile phone blackout likely in 2010 27.1.2007 TOI: India
Flares from the sun could cause a telecommunication blackout forcing mobile phones to go off, says a scientist.
Telecommunication black-out a possibility in 2010 27.1.2007 New Kerala: India News
Avinash Nair, Ahmedabad, Jan 27: Come the year 2010 and flares from the Sun could cause a telecommunication black-out forcing mobile phones and navigational systems to go off, says a leading scientist.
Call to harness solar energy 25.1.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
"Institutions must propagate usefulness of non-conventional energy sources"
Over 90 habitations to be electrified in Tamil Nadu 25.1.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Under Remote Village Electrification Programme: TEDA
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Emerging alternate energy breakthroughs 24.1.2007 Good News India
Despite their allure, alternate energy systems have really not been able to displace conventional, non-sustainable, polluting or hazardous sources like coal, petroleum or nuclear. Reasons are cost and scalability. Take solar energy. It is estimated that several times the planet’s total energy need arrives from the sun but costs of gathering and effectively storing it are prohibitive. Nanosolar Inc, in California, USA began with a checklist of seven stumbling blocks in the way of solar energy’s success and has in 5 years of work, been ticking them off as overcome. It is now ready for wide commercial…
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Scooters capture consumer fancy 24.1.2007 The Statesman
Scooters capture consumer fancy
Inverter maker Su-Kam bets on innovations 23.1.2007 Hindustan Times
Inverter maker Su-Kam bets on innovations
School students take up solar energy project 23.1.2007 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
`Solar heating reduces emission of carbon dioxide'
From research labs to the market 22.1.2007 Financial Express
From research labs to the market
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Programs let homes produce green power 22.1.2007 Sify Finance
When the sun shines bright on their home in New York's Hudson Valley, John and Anna Bagnall live out a homeowner's fantasy. Their electricity meter runs backward.
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In new light: The inequitable gender connection of solar energy 22.1.2007 ET: Policy
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has advertised its intent to provide free solar lanterns to under-privileged girls living in unelectrified villages/hamlets of special category states and union territories.
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