Is Hydro Power Practical?

Hydropower, which uses moving water to generate energy, is one of the oldest power-producing technologies. Today, it accounts for about 16 percent of the electricity produced around the globe and 85 percent of all renewable energy. As the world aims to get more of its energy from renewable resources, hydropower has again become a big part of the conversation. Some have raised concerns over its usefulness and sustainability, while others say it’s crucial for the future of energy and the40

Oil well

Oil industry boom-and-bust visualised

With the world’s energy demands that are needed to power transportation, it is reported that we are exhausting the earth’s supply of oil. In fact, recent findings from the International Energy Agency (IEA) unveiled the world will face oil shortages far sooner than anticipated. Therefore understanding the volume and speed of consumption is critical. This interactive animation allows people to get a better sense of how much oil is left in the top 10 countries with the most oil reserves,40

Power Grid -Wardha_Maharashtra

How Much Fuel We Need For A Year?

Electricity has become the most important necessity to accomplish our day to day tasks. Without electricity offices and households can’t go a minute. Average energy consumption of a UK Household in 2013 was 4,170 kWh. It is not only about the comfort but work too. It would not be wrong if we will say that electricity has been a major invention playing a leading role in making the life easy and comfortable. Electricity describes the present life, be it at40

Natural Gas Processing Plant

India and its Energy Consumer Scenario

India is on its journey towards becoming the world’s third largest energy consumer in the coming decades, and therefore to support such extensive growth, a thrust in energy sector is needed to fuel the country’s demand. It would make more sense to have a market-based pricing mechanism in order to meet India’s demands. As of now, India is the world’s seventh largest energy producer and the bulk of supplies are coming from oil and gas which contribute together about 4140

Essay on Energy, Economy and Environment

“If you wish to bear fruits you must go to your roots.” The core question arises in our mind that society lies in the roots of 3E (Energy, Economy, and Environment). Society needs to keep all energy options open to satisfy the growing demand. The industrial and consumer flow of energy and their effects on the environment is higher. They influence the economic, political, regulatory, and social factors of the country. So that the economy of the country is directly40

Geothermal Power Station

First Geothermal Power Plant in India coming up at Chhattisgarh

As per reports, very soon the first geo-thermal power project for India will be established in Tatapani, Chhattisgarh. Chief minister Raman Singh, said that India’s first geo-thermal power project would use underground hot water springs at Tatapani to convert it into steam, and then generate electricity by using special technology. “Ramanuj-Balrampur district has been formed with the objective to bring people of this bordering area closer to the government and administration, and thereby ensure effective implementation of public welfare schemes,”40

Solid Waste Dumping Site

Task Force on Waste to Energy projects constituted

As part of its commitment for managing waste, the government has constituted a task force on waste to energy. The Task Force was constituted by the Planning Commission in June, 2013 with a mandate to examine the technological aspects of WTE projects. Model Profile/ Scheme for Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects based on WTE will be prepared by Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance and full scale project be taken up by the Ministry of Urban Development in consultation40

Edible Oil Consumption

Waste Cooking Oil: A plausible answer to India’s Fuel Security concerns?

We live in a country replete with contradictions in almost all aspects. Consider poverty and rampant food insecurity that most households have to live with in India. On the other side is the huge consumption of vegetable oils, ghee, palm oil etc., in our kitchens. And this consumption continues to steadily rise with time. We are a nation of food lovers. We love our spices, mithai and curries. We especially love the roadside chat, pakodeandparathas. But never do we realize,40