Category Archives: Energy

Energy Conservation and Management

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What is Energy Conservation, Energy Efficiency and management? Energy conservation: is the term used for reducing the consumption through using less energy service. Energy conservation is not about making limited resources last longer, but it is a process of doing nothing more than delaying a crisis until we finally run out of all our energy […]

Democratization of Solar Tech

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In December 2015, 63-year-old Syed Sajjan Ahmed drove to India International Science Fair (IISF) held in New Delhi from Bangalore in his self-developed solar electric-powered car covering 3,000 km, marking a water-shed moment in India’s solar tech history. Syed built his solar vehicle for about Rs One lakh. Syed’s vehicle was just the beginning. An […]

Solar Power: Solution to India’s Power Woes

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Solar power refers to the conversion of sunlight into electricity. This can be done in two ways: directly using PV (photovoltaics), or indirectly with the help of concentrated solar power. Concentrated solar power systems use mirrors or lenses and tracking systems to focus a large area of sunlight into a small beam. PVs use the […]

Fossil Fuels: Pollution and Solutions

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Today air pollution has become the bane of human existence. Most cities around the world have unacceptable levels of air quality; recently Beijing had to issue a pollution red alert as a relief measure to its citizens who were literally choking with every breath. Fossil Fuels Rule Fossil fuels like petroleum, coal and natural gas, […]

Race to renewable: five developing countries ditching fossil fuels

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Costa Rica, Afghanistan, China, India and Albania are all embracing renewable energy sources – five experts give their opinion on what the future holds Costa Rica Costa Rica is well on its way to becoming the first developing country to have 100% renewable electricity. Afghanistan Ironically, some of Afghanistan’s most challenging characteristics support the growth […]

Energy Efficiency through Technology

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  Harvesting the best possible output from our energy generation systems Along with increased economic activity, the demand for energy has peaked in India. From 450 million tons of oil equivalent (TOE) in 2000, it reached 770 million TOE in 2012; and is estimated to reach 1500 TOW by 2030. This demand is being driven […]

Will energy and water challenges propel an IoT wave in India?

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‘Smart homes’ and ‘wearables’ were reported as the most popular Internet of Things (IoT) topics discussed on the web and social media, according to a web analytics study conducted earlier this year. However, this may soon change if recent trends and market opportunities are to go by, especially from emerging regions like India. Read More :   […]