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Category: Biomass
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7TH Editors' Conference on Social Sector Issues - 2007 - New & Renewable Energy Ministry 6.2.2007 Govt of india: PIB
7TH Editors' Conference on Social Sector Issues - 2007 - New & Renewable Energy Ministry
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Eco-friendly cars to reduce pollution 2.2.2007 Hindu:Young World: Kochi
They created some cars that wouldn't pollute the atmosphere.
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Three biogas plants to become operational tomorrow 2.2.2007 Hindu: Kerala
The plants will treat biodegradable waste generated by slaughterhouse and market Plants will treat waste from slaughterhouse and market
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Gotheborg shows the way in sustainable development 31.1.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
"Development should be inclusive of environmental concerns" "Development should be inclusive of environmental concerns"
'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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A biogas kitchen 26.1.2007 HBL: Life
A Pune-based scientist has found an efficient way of producing and using biogas as cooking fuel. A Pune-based scientist has found an efficient way of producing and using biogas as cooking fuel.
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Carbon credit rewards for villagers who use biomass 24.1.2007 Indian Express
Carbon credit rewards for villagers who use biomass
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Taking the right road to development 23.1.2007 Deccan Herald
Taking the right road to development
I-T commissioner's powers 22.1.2007 Business Standard
I-T commissioner's powers
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Biomass to become a burning issue 19.1.2007 Projects Monitor
Biomass to become a burning issue
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India needs diversified energy to fulfil requirements: Sibal 18.1.2007 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Jan 18: India needs to tap diversified energy sources to fulfil its requirements, as nuclear power in itself is not sufficient, Science and Technology Minister Kapil Sibal said today.
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Supreme Court refers sops for power producers to regulator 18.1.2007 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Jan 18: The Supreme Court has asked Chhattisgarh's Electricity Regulatory Commission (CSERC) to have a re-look at concessions for power producers, but declined to quash a tribunal's order upholding sops to biomass energy producers.
Going green for power generation 15.1.2007 Financial Express
Going green for power generation
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President's address at the inauguration of Inter - Ministerial Summit, New delhi 15.1.2007 Govt of india: PIB
President's address at the inauguration of Inter - Ministerial Summit, New delhi
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Nobel laureate urges governments to focus on basic sciences 4.1.2007 Indian Express
Nobel laureate urges governments to focus on basic sciences
Biomass units seek bigger role in AP power sector 1.1.2007 HBL: Industry & Economy
The Indian Wind Power Association has offered to partly bridge the huge demand supply power mismatch in the State at a levellised tariff of Rs 3.37 per unit for a span of 20 years, if allowed to take part in the State power generation. In a ...
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Jhum cultivation under sharper scrutiny 23.12.2006 India Together
Jhum, a traditional form of shifting cultivation common in the North-East, was the focus of a recent international meeting in Guwahati. But dilution of the original practice has impacted the ecosystem in some areas. Should jhum be banned? Surekha Sule has more.
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The rise of India and WSF 1.2.2004 India Together - Economy

It will be a mistake to view the WSF merely as a platform for those dispossessed and displaced by market-driven globalization, says Rajni Bakshi.
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China unveils 2017-2021 winter clean heating plan - media 1.1.1970 Sify News
BEIJING (Reuters) - China announced on Sunday a five-year plan to convert northern Chinese cities to clean heating during the winter through 2021, state media reported, amid a deepening heating
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Factbox - Swiss energy law aims to boost renewables, ban new nuclear plants 1.1.1970 Sify News
ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland votes on Sunday on a new energy law, titled "Energy Strategy 2050," that includes billions of Swiss francs in subsidies to support new renewable supplies and energy
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