India is world’s third largest crude oil importer as it heavily relies of fossil fuels to satiate its energy demands. This is not only hurting India’s fiscal budget but also
Indian Oil Corporation (IOCL) has signed an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Haryana Government to set up bio-CNG plants based on paddy straw and other agri-waste in the state. The first
The Punjab government has finally put a ‘practical action plan’ to deal with the burning of crop residue (also know as ‘Stubble Burning’) which has been blamed for air pollution
The Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA) is serious on freeing Punjab from the pollution due to stubble burning and so every possible effort is being considered for the same. Currently,
The biofuel industry remains among India’s most underdeveloped. Although there are many private players in this space, the industry has not reached its full potential due to the government’s low
Union Minister Uma Bharti, launched the GOBAR – DHAN (Galvanising Organic Bio-Agro Resources Fund) Scheme at the National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI) Auditorium, Karnal. The launch was attended by sarpanches
State-run oil marketing companies Indian Oil Corporation (IOC); Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation (HPCL) plan to spend nearly Rs10,000 crore to set up Bio-CNG plants across India
Union Minister of State (IC) for Power and New & Renewable Energy, Shri R K Singh has emphasised the need for setting up more waste management plants around the country.