Enhancing Grid Stability With Advanced Energy Storage Technologies

Significant transmission and distribution losses occur on India's electricity infrastructure, especially during times of peak demand. These losses are a result of outdated technology, inadequate infrastructure, and technical failures

By Simarpreet Singh 25/10/2023

For Green Economic Future India’s Steel, Cement Industry Needs Billions 

CEEW analyses reveal that by adopting advanced technologies like waste-heat recovery and energy-efficient drives and controls, an 8-25% reduction in steel emissions and a remarkable 32% cut in cement emissions can be achieved without affecting prices

By Outlook Planet Desk 13/10/2023

IESA's Targets 500GWh Annual Capacity By 2035

India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) anticipates that the first gigafactory in India will start commercial production in 2024 and installed manufacturing capacity of ACC batteries should scale to over 50 GWh by 2027-28

By PTI 07/10/2023

UK PM Delays Petrol, Diesel Car Ban In Net Zero Reset

There has been a mixed reaction to his announcements, with environmental groups and even sections of his own Conservative Party questioning the delays

By PTI 21/09/2023

Open Access Solar Capacity Addition Falls To 712 MW: Report

Open access enables consumers with more than 100 kW sanctioned load to buy cheaper power from the open market

By PTI 12/09/2023

Paving The Way For A Sustainable And Energy-Efficient Future 

The mainstreaming of renewable energy, the growing popularity of EVs, and the setting up of energy-efficient infrastructure necessitate building grid resilience with innovation and digitisation as drivers

By Venkat Garimella 10/08/2023

Spotlight On Emerging Technologies In Green Hydrogen Value Chain

Union Power and New & Renewable Energy Minister R. K. Singh inaugurates International Conference on Green Hydrogen (ICGH 2023, which focuses on decarbonisation

By Outlook Planet Desk 05/07/2023

Massive Flow Of Funds To Fossil Fuel Corporations By Banks 

In the seven years since the Paris Agreement was adopted, the world’s 60 largest private banks financed fossil fuels with $5.5 trillion 

By Outlook Planet Desk 16/05/2023

Transition Finance Key To Decarbonising Developing Economies

India’s G20 presidency is an opportunity to assume a leading role in developing the transition finance framework, drawing on the G20 Sustainable Finance Working Group’s high-level principles and the experiences of other G20 nations

By Shantanu Srivastava 24/04/2023

Cairn Oil & Gas Takes Up Plantation To Offset Carbon Emissions

The carbon captured through the mass plantation is equivalent to emissions needed to electrify 4,500 Indian households

By Outlook Planet Desk 17/04/2023