A new study by think tank Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), has emphasised that reviving 6.1GW of stranded thermal power plants is better for India than investing in new fossil-fuel-based capacity
Pralhad Joshi, the Union Minister for Coal, explains how efforts have been taken over the past nine years to promote sustainable mining by juggling environmental concerns with ensuring that there is an adequate supply of coal and lignite in the nation to...
The "Global Carbon Budget Report - 2022" states more than half of the world's CO2 emissions in 2021 were from three places -- China (31 per cent), the US (14 per cent), and the European Union (eight per cent)
Speaking at an event sponsored by the trade organisation ASSOCHAM, Union Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav said he believes in climate justice, which entails that everyone has access to resources to live a life of dignity
Cost advantages for renewable technologies, declining profitability in the thermal power sector and climate change concerns have caused a decline in new coal power projects being built, even as private investment has flocked to India’s renewable energy...
According to a study conducted by two IMF economists, combining subsidies for renewable energy with higher coal tariffs will reduce emissions by over one-third in India by 2030 compared to the existing policy
New coal- or lignite-based thermal plants must install renewable energy capacity equal to at least 40% of their capacity, or acquire that much green energy under a renewable purchase requirement, according to a directive from the Ministry of Electricity