Five ABB locations across India (Nelamangala, Peenya, Maneja, Nashik, and Faridabad) are certified as ‘Green Factory Buildings’ by the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC).
India’s Energy Efficiency Services Ltd has agreed to provide technical advisory, project management, contracting and implementation support for energy efficiency programmes in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today launched India Energy Week 2023, a three-day event connecting India’s energy stakeholders with international counterparts to collaborate for a responsible and smart energy transition on India’s road to net zero. Addressing the gathering, the Prime Minister said India is today the world’s most suitable place for investment. He called upon the stakeholders to explore every possibility in India’s energy sector and get involved with it.
Tata Power will deploy US-based AutoGrid’s software application for electricity load management in Mumbai. It aims to engage 55,000 residential consumers and 6,000 large C&I customers to achieve 75 MW of peak capacity reduction within the first six months. It also plans to scale up the capacity reduction to 200 MW by the summer of 2025.
The shift to a low-carbon economy offers both a significant opportunity and a tremendous challenge.
Union steel minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said yesterday the government has put in place a national green steel policy and is looking at both demand-side and supply-side drivers for decarbonizing steel production.
Today, following the ESG (environmental, social and governance) mandate is more than just ticking off a box in the compliance checklist. It is taking ownership of the consequences of the businesses and working towards creating a positive impact by partnering with the right groups.
The Indian multinational EPC provider has successfully closed a three-year $107 million sustainability-linked loan with Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp.
On Day 1, industry experts discussed the role of states’ renewable energy agencies and strategies to accelerate the pace of energy transition in Indian cities.
EKI Energy will invest up to INR 200 crore ($25 million) as an anchor investor in the fund with a deep focus on community development projects across remote locations in India and select countries in Africa, Asia and LATAM.
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