India is the world‘s third-largest energy consuming country, thanks to rising incomes and improving standards of living. Indeed, energy use has doubled since 2000, with 80 per cent of demand still met by coal, oil and solid biomass. More elaborately, coal is the country‘s top energy source with a share of 46 per cent in 2021, followed by oil (23 per cent) and biomass (21 per cent)
The Natural Gas Authority of the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure approved the flow of natural gas for the first time to the “Ethgal” power plant in Ashdod with a capacity of 186 megawatts.
India's largest hydropower development company NHPC has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Grid Corporation of Odisha (GRIDCO) for the development of pumped storage projects and renewable energy.
The caveat of "predominantly" is seen as a direct result of Japan's failure to adopt more ambitious domestic power sector decarbonisation plans.
Union Minister Pralhad Joshi on Sunday highlighted India's lifestyle culture and said that it is possible to live in 'harmony with nature' without doing undue exploitation.
Moving ahead on the ethanol blending roadmap, Modi will launch E20 fuel at 84 retail outlets of oil marketing companies in 11 states and Union territories.
Zelenskyy appealed to Ukrainians to become careful about electricity consumption starting on Thursday from 7:00 a.m. local time, reported CNN.
Energy and fertiliser requirements are one of the most immediate challenges being faced by the country, said Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman