The link between rising levels of greenhouse gases (GHGs) and changing climatic patterns was first definitively put forth in 1898 by Svante Arrhenius, a Swedish scientist.
The roads have been cleared for a surge in two- and three-wheeled electric vehicles (EVs).
India has set ambitious medium- and long-term renewable energy targets to counteract the adverse effects of climate change, one of them being the commitment to increase the share of its renewable power capacity to 50% by 2030.
As we inch closer to another global climate summit, COP27, climate projection models will once again be thrust into the limelight as they play an important role in devising net-zero strategies.
Until a few years ago, working on biofuels called for constant justification in the face of electric vehicles (EVs) taking over the world.
In the previous article, we discussed the gaps in key areas that hamper the sustained growth of India’s solar PV market.
This report—a joint effort of CSTEP and RAND Corporation—examines various state-level policy initiatives for solar PV module manufacturing in India.
The policy note examines the existing status of Waste Heat Recovery (WHR) technology in Karnataka and potential uptake in near future.
Crude oil prices recently crossed US$ 75/bbl, fuelling serious concerns whether India’s rapidly expanding economy can sustain a high and growing level of crude imports There are also serious concerns of global warming from burning of fossil fuels.
India is targeting an ambitious GDP growth rate of 8 per cent and for that the power sector needs to grow in tandem.
Energy storage will play an important role in the Government of India’s efforts to meet the ambitious targets with regards to electric mobility and renewable energy.
Nuclear power is a crucial source of clean energy for India.
Solid‐state electrochemistry is drawing considerable interest as the interconversion of O2 and water playing an important role in energy conversion and storage technologies.
We analyze the economic trade-offs associated with open-sourcing, the business strategy of releasing free open-source versions of commercial software products.
The annual consumption of petroleum products in India was about 221 million metric tons in 2015.
With the increase in simulation of urban environments for the purpose of planning, modelling vehicular traffic has become important.