CII RailConnect 2019, to be held from 17-18 July 2019 at The Lalit, New Delhi, will connect policymakers, rail operators, developers, equipment manufacturers and technology providers of the rail industry.
In sync with India’s journey to adopt cleaner mobility solutions and reduce oil imports by 10% by 2022, CII is working with stakeholders to effectively manage energy use with growth; develop high grade energy infrastructure, and promote of clean air and EVs.
Improper waste management in India is a serious problem for state and central governments, impacting the health and livelihood of people. The Renewable Watch team chronicles the discussions at CII Clean Tech 2019.
While countries are tapping renewable and natural resources for energy, not all that looks sustainable stays that way at the end of its life-cycle. A look at the urgent need to develop a circular economy for clean power systems.
Amidst the growing international carbon footprint menace, India’s emerging leadership in renewable energy has received global recognition.
Between 2010-11 and 2016-17, almost a quarter of the $70 billion-odd in external assistance received by India from foreign governments and multilateral agencies, came from Japan. This amount ($16.59 billion), is far ahead of what the World Bank and ADB committed in that time.
In India, solar is firing on all cylinders or – one might say – making hay while the sun shines. The near future is expected to witness even greater growth as solar moves from vanilla grid-connected projects to newer and more innovative forms of use.