Accredited Capacity under REC mechanism –Solar PV

Andhra Pradesh’s first Solar PV project has accredited under REC mechanism

The state of Andhra Pradesh has accredited its first Solar PV project under Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) mechanism. The project has been developed by KCP limited, a $100 million business group with interests in Power generation, Heavy Engineering, Sugar, Cement,   Information Technology and Biotechnology. The30

How grid interactive roof top solar PV systems work?

Many countries in the world are using conventional energy sources to fulfill their electricity requirements. Conventional power generation involves burning of fossil fuels that releases Greenhouse gases (GHGs) resulting in global warming and climate change.  Growing concern about climate change, countries around the world are30

CDP report India

How to score high in Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index 2013?

Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) is a global nongovernmental organization registered in UK. It has released its information disclosure request for Investor CDP 2013 program in February 2013. This year, CDP is requesting climate change information from India’s 200 largest companies by market capitalization as listed30

Cumulative wind energy installed capacity in Tamilnadu

Electricity scenario of the state of Tamilnadu

Tamilnadu is the eleventh largest state in India by area and the seventh most populous state. The State of Tamilnadu is located in the southern region of India with installed electricity generation capacity of 18,382 MW (as on 31st January, 2013). The state constitutes 9%30

Liquidambar formosana

Economic importance of Liquidambar formosana

Kingdom: Plantae Order: Saxifragales Family: Hamamelidaceae Genus:  Liquidambar Species: Liquidambar formosana Common name: Formosa sweet gum Origin: China Description: Formosa Sweet gum has a wide, pyramidal shape when young but eventually grows to a rounded or irregular form. Young specimens may vary in form and be somewhat30

E-Cigaratte

Cigarettes – Bad for the Environment, Bad For You

Every day, we do little things that can harm the environment. Whether it’s throwing out plastic bags without recycling them or leaving the heating on after you’ve gone out, it’s the little things that can make a big carbon footprint. One thing that’s often overlooked30

Forest area as a percentage of total land area by country

World Forestry Day, 21st March 2013

March 21st, the autumnal equinox in the Southern Hemisphere, and the vernal equinox in the Northern, was chosen as the day which is now celebrated as World Forestry Day. Forestry needs to be valued and forests need to protected, preserved and used sustainably. Production, protection30