In light of India's Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) commitments, we conducted an analysis to understand the contribution of energy efficiency to India's climate targets.
Almost 10 per cent of the total GHG emissions in India come from its transport sector.
India’s aviation market is the third largest worldwide, after the United States of America (USA) and China.
The growth of the Indian petrochemical industry can be made sustainable only by mitigating the emissions from it.
The National Green Hydrogen Mission envisions India to be a leading manufacturer and a major hub for green hydrogen in the world.
At the Asia Petrochemical Industry Conference held in New Delhi in May, the Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Government of India, said that the demand for petrochemicals is expected to nearly triple by 2040 in India.
Over the past two decades, India has seen growth in forest and tree cover despite developmental activities.
In 2021, Hanson — a subsidiary of Heidelberg Cement in the United Kingdom — substituted 100% of thermal energy with energy from alternative fuels in one of its cement kilns by using a mixture of hydrogen (39%), glycerine (49%), and meat and bone meal (MBM; 12%) instead of coal.
Until a few years ago, working on biofuels called for constant justification in the face of electric vehicles (EVs) taking over the world.
The optimal approach to decarbonise cooking is to start using a clean and low-carbon fuel.
According to data from the International Energy Agency (2020) and the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (2018), it is estimated that more than 90% of CO2 emissions from the transport sector is from road transport.
Every year, India’s energy consumption from fossil fuels is worth approximately Rs 7 trillion.
This series of articles is a joint editorial initiative of ETEnergyworld and CSTEP.
Over two-thirds of Indian goods are transported on roads.
Globally, as countries look for options to reduce emissions and achieve climate targets, hydrogen is emerging as the frontrunner for decarbonisation strategies.
Electrolysers used in the production of hydrogen from water are electrochemical energy-conversion devices.