Mayawati Kumari Rallies Ahead Of Indian Elections

WASHINGTON – Building on our strong international partnerships to accelerate grid modernization, research and deployment, the Energy Department’s Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability today announced a new Funding Opportunity Announcement for joint research on smart grid and energy storage under the U.S.–India Partnership to Advance Clean Energy Research (PACE-R). The Energy Department (DOE)… Keep reading →

Energy Secretary Moniz Delivers Address On Energy Supply And Exports

“India’s membership in the Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage (CSC) is a crucial step toward facilitating the growth of safe, civilian nuclear energy in the world’s second most populous country. In addition, India’s membership is a major step towards the global liability regime called for by the IAEA’s Nuclear Safety Action Plan to… Keep reading →

Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting In New York

Bill Gates has pulled together a multinational band of investors to put billions into clean energy. [CNN Money] India’s prime minister Narendra Modi has launched an international solar alliance of over 120 countries with the French president Francoise Hollande at the Paris COP21 climate summit. [The Guardian] The energy giant Petrobras received another blow on… Keep reading →

Beijing  Implements EU IV Emissions Standards Ahead of the 2008 Olympic Games

China’s economic slowdown and the government’s pledges to use more renewable and nuclear is making the country’s existing coal plants unnecessary. [The NY Times] Critics of Michigan’s clean energy plan say the proposed polices will reflect closer to 5 rather than 30 percent in actual new renewable energy. [M Live] The World Energy Report 2015 predicts… Keep reading →


As the world’s two largest democracies, the United States and India share the goals of strengthening economies and protecting the environment. This is why the United States and India are committed to working together to find answers to some of the biggest challenges of our time.  When President Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi… Keep reading →

Indian passengers sit on the railway tra

Eyeing an alternative of fossil fuel to meet growing energy needs, India is planning to generate 175 GW from green energy by 2022. Speaking at the workshop on rooftop solar recently in New Delhi, Indian Minister for Power and New and Renewable Energy, Piyush Goyal said, “The target of generating 175,000 MW of Renewable energy… Keep reading →

Debate Continues into Future of UK Energy Generation

With a view to generate green energy by using new technologies, India and the United States have set up new Rs 500 million ($8 million) PACESetter fund. The fund will support the Promoting Energy Access Through Clean Energy (PEACE), for which memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed by the two countries. This PEACE initiative will… Keep reading →

Scottish Windfarm Starts Producing Electricity

Germany has hit a new milestone by using solar, wind, and other sources of renewable to meet 78 percent of its energy demand for a given day. [Yahoo News] French energy giant Total recent net profits dropped 4 percent in the second quarter as higher production helped offset a steep drop in the price of oil. [ABC/AP]… Keep reading →

EPA Proposes More Stringent Emissions Standards For Non-road Diesels

  With a view to use renewable energy source, world’s fourth largest railway network, Indian Railways has rolled out its solar energy powered coaches. The solar panels were installed on its roof of a non-AC coach of Rewari-Sitapur passenger train operated by Northern Railway (NR) to meet the coaches’ requirement. Costing about $6124 (Rs 3.90 lakh)… Keep reading →

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Our reliance on electricity is nothing new, but in the era of global connectivity and the burgeoning mobile economy, our dependence on power has grown dramatically. This is especially true in developing countries, where the growth of mobile has opened up economic frontiers and brought new opportunities. Sadly, all of that progress can be undermined… Keep reading →

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