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Category: Biomass
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Decks cleared for first biomass plant in NE 4.5.2007 New Kerala: India News
PepsiCo going all renewable energy 1.5.2007 New Kerala: World News
PURCHASE, N.Y., April 30: PepsiCo announced the largest purchase of renewable energy certificates ever Monday, matching electricity used by all U.S. company facilities.
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RR Energy to expand plant 25.4.2007 Projects Monitor
RR Energy to expand plant
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West Bengal's hunt for biofuel 25.4.2007 Projects Monitor
West Bengal's hunt for biofuel
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Tuck in the carbon 24.4.2007 Deccan Herald
Tuck in the carbon
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UK's Sun group to invest Rs. 1000 crore 24.4.2007 Hindu: Other States
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Govt approves 3 biogas power projects for Haryana 22.4.2007 ET: Oil & Gas
The Centre has approved setting up of three biogas power projects for 1,300 KW in three districts of Haryana.
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Can farmers farm the sun? 20.4.2007 TOI: Columnists
Some will worry about the loss of farm jobs if land is diverted to solar electricity. But ample rural power will generate higher-productivity jobs with higher wages than farming can provide.
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Anna University to establish off-campus 19.4.2007 New Indian Express
Anna University to establish off-campus
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`Utilise renewable energy sources' 15.4.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Concern over fast depletion of conventional energy sources
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Need for a new engineering college 13.4.2007 The Assam Tribune
Need for a new engineering college
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Biogas plant to power 50 streetlights 13.4.2007 Hindu: Front Page
CHENNAI: A Rs. 6.15-lakh biogas plant, utilising human waste, is nearing completion at Durga Nagar under the Tiruneermalai town panchayat in Kancheepuram district. The town panchayat, which is funding the non-conventional energy project, began ...
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Light at the end of bio-fuel tunnel 12.4.2007 The Statesman
Light at the end of bio-fuel tunnel
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Factor carbon emissions into fuel costs 12.4.2007 HBL: Industry & Economy
"Biopower compares favourably with other renewables such as wind and hydel as also fossil fuels such as coal, oil and gas if the environmental impact is factored in." -- MR BANMALI AGRAWALA, MANAGING DIRECTOR, WÄRTSILÄ INDIA
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75% financial closure reached 11.4.2007 Projects Monitor
75% financial closure reached
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US in energetic pursuit of alternative fuels 11.4.2007 HBL: Opinion
he recent call of scientists and climatologists highlights the need for curtailing, if not eliminating the greenhouse effects, caused mainly by fossil fuels. Predictions of portentous climate changes, with all ...
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Briefly 9.4.2007 Hindu: Kerala
Two labourers died after they descended into a deep but empty concrete tank meant for a biogas plant at Malayankeezhu on Sunday. The police identified the deceased as Saju, 30, and Biju, 29. The labourers entered the tank by removing the lid of a ...
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NTPC initiates pilot projects of DGDM 5.4.2007 Projects Monitor
NTPC initiates pilot projects of DGDM
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SEWA to set up first energy park 5.4.2007 Projects Monitor
SEWA to set up first energy park
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Bindeshwar Pathak to receive Energy Globe Award 4.4.2007 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, April 4 : The pioneer of the sanitation movement in India, Bindeshwar Pathak, will receive the Energy Globe Award in the hemicycle (debating chamber) of the European Parliament at Brussels on April 11.
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