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Aluminium most <strong>energy</strong> intensive building material in India

Aluminium most energy intensive building material in India

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Of the building materials used in India, aluminium and burnt clay bricks are among the most energy intensive, says a new study.

Aluminium,   energy intensive building material,   India,   burnt clay bricks,   building construction materials,  
World's biggest <strong>solar</strong> power station to come up in MP

World's biggest solar power station to come up in MP

16 Dec 2014

Bhopal: The world's biggest 750 mega watt (mw) solar power station will come up in Rewa district's Gudh area, Madhya Pradesh Energy and Mining Minister Rajendra Shukla said.

Solar power station,   Rewa solar power,   Madhya Pradesh solar power,   Energy and Mining Minister,   Rajendra Shukla,  
Coal India signs pact for 1,000 MW <strong>solar</strong> power projects

Coal India signs pact for 1,000 MW solar power projects

08 Dec 2014

New Delhi: State-owned Coal India has signed an agreement with Solar Energy Corporation of India for setting up of solar power plants of total 1000 MW capacity in different parts of the country.

Coal India,   CIL,   Solar Energy Corporation of India,   Solar Power Plants,   Rajya Sabha,   CMPDI,  Rajya Sabha,   ,  
Blu-ray discs can boost <strong>solar</strong> <strong>energy</strong> supply

Blu-ray discs can boost solar energy supply

26 Nov 2014

New York: Regarded as one of the best ways to store high-definition movies and television shows because of their high-density data storage capacity, Blu-ray discs have also shown to improve the performance of solar cells, says a new research.

High-definition movies,   Television shows,   Data storage,   Blu-ray discs,   Solar cells,  
<strong>Solar</strong> panel to be installed on rooftop of every household

Solar panel to be installed on rooftop of every household

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliance government at the Centre is all set to bring a new policy seeking to generate more employment in the non-renewable energy sector.

Solar panel,   Solar panel system,   solar energy,   solar power,   ,  
Chandrababu Naidu directs officials to bring down power transmission loss

Chandrababu Naidu directs officials to bring down power transmission loss

17 Dec 2014

Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu directed energy department officials on Monday to bring down transmission and distribution losses from the current 12 percent to six percent in the next three years.

Andhra Pradesh,   N Chandrababu Naidu,   energy production,   power transmission,   AP,   power,   ,  
Government working on new renewable <strong>energy</strong> policy: Piyush Goyal

Government working on new renewable energy policy: Piyush Goyal

15 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The government is working on a new renewable energy policy to facilitate speedy growth of the sector, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Monday.

Piyush Goyal,   Rajya Sabha,   new renewable energy policy,   RBI,   Renewable Energy Bill,   ,  
<strong>Solar</strong> power material converts 90 percent of light into heat

Solar power material converts 90 percent of light into heat

01 Nov 2014

Washington: Researchers have developed a new nanoparticle-based material for concentrating solar power plants that can absorb and convert to heat more than 90 percent of the sunlight it captures.

Solar power,   renewable source,   Solar energy,   solar power plants ,  
Tata undertakes investment in Swiss <strong>solar</strong> company

Tata undertakes investment in Swiss solar company

30 Oct 2014

Zurich: Tata group has invested in a Swiss start-up solar company as several companies from the European country vie for a share in the Indian solar energy market which is seen as having a huge potential due to its growing energy needs.

Tata,   Flisom Sudheer Kumar,   Flisom Ulfert Ruhle,   renewable energy,   Swiss solar company,   Solar energy ,  
<strong>Energy</strong>-efficient homes may trigger asthma: Study

Energy-efficient homes may trigger asthma: Study

12 Dec 2014

London: People living in energy efficient homes have a greater chance of developing asthma, and the presence of mould can double this risk, a new study has warned.

Energy efficient homes,   asthma,   chance of developing asthma,   greater risk of asthma,   asthma risk,   causes of asthma,  

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