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India Plans 2 Gigawatt Solar-Wind Hybrid Tender To Cut Costs

In an attempt to sustain low tariff bids and optimal use of transmission infrastructure, India is looking to introduce tenders for development of hybrid wind and solar power projects.

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Extreme weather in India has killed over 70 people in a day – Quartz


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Extreme weather in India has killed over 70 people in a day
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Extreme weather is once again wreaking havoc across India. On May 13, over 70 people were reportedly killed as heavy thunderstorms and dust storms struck Uttar Pradesh (UP), West Bengal, and Andhra Pradesh, besides the capital city of New Delhi.
Powerful Storms Pound India, Killing at Least 80The Weather Channel
Powerful storms kill at least 43 across northern IndiaWDIV ClickOnDetroit
Stormy situationDaily Pioneer
Sky News –Economic Times –Business Standard
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India Plans National Standards For EV Charging Stations

India’s Ministry of Heavy Industries has adopted recommendations for the implementation of national standards for electric vehicle charging stations — Bharat EV Charger AC-001 and Bharat EV Charger DC-001.
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Uber & Mahindra Partnering For Electric Taxis In India

The India-based auto manufacturer Mahindra and Mahindra will be partnering with the on-demand taxi service provider Uber on a new pilot that see electric vehicles deployed across the platform in Delhi and Hyderabad by March 2018, according to recent reports
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How India Can Export Sunshine Around The World

India’s next big export industry could be its sunshine, as game-changing technology makes it easier to generate, store, transport and deliver its energy as “Solar Fuels.”

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South Asia’s Worst Monsoon Flooding In Years — 1,200 Dead Across India, Bangladesh, & Nepal

More than 1,200 people have died across India, Bangladesh, and Nepal in recent days as a result of the flooding accompanying the worst monsoon season in years, according to recent reports.

So, while the disaster unfolding in Texas and Louisiana is of course worth keeping an eye on, it should be realized that there are disasters occurring elsewhere as well

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Indian Government Advisor: Build Electric Cars In India Or Import Them Like Oil

The electric vehicle revolution presents a once-in-a-century opportunity. Countries around the world import an insane amount of oil. They send their hard-earned cash abroad — billions of dollars of it every day — to oil-rich countries like Saudi Arabia, the USA, Russia, Canada, Iraq, Kuwait, the UAE, and Venezuela because of a deadly and economically debilitating addiction

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India Added More Renewable Energy Than Thermal Power 4 Consecutive Quarters

From the quarters starting April 2016 and ending March 2017, India saw more renewable energy capacity added to its grid than thermal power capacity. This is perhaps the first time in India’s history when renewable energy capacity dominated thermal power capacity

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Meet Bhavna Singh, the woman who travelled to Antarctica to help promote sustainability in India – YourStory.com


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Meet Bhavna Singh, the woman who travelled to Antarctica to help promote sustainability in India
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Refuse, reduce, reuse, repair, and recycle! This is the 5-R motto that a 27-year-old resident of Bengaluru, Bhavna Singh, follows to lead a sustainable lifestyle. As Prime Minister Narendra Modi pushes for a Swachh Bharat or Clean India movement, the …

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New Solar Projects In India Are Cheaper Than 92% Of All Thermal Power Plants In The Country

India’s minister for coal, power and renewable energy has repeatedly tweeted that the solar power tariffs are now lower than the cost of thermal power. Media reports have also noted that these new bids are much lower than the average tariff of India’s largest power generation company NTPC Limited

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