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WWF India Launches a Cleantech Innovation Platform

WWF India launches the Climate Solver platform with the aim to promote the use of innovative clean technologies and thereby contribute to reducing emissions and enhancing energy access.

New Delhi – India is ranked 12th on the Global Cleantech Innovation Index 2012, brought out by WWF and the CleanTech Group. As per the report, India has a strong potential to rise through the ranks, as it moves from not only manufacturing cleantech products but also increasingly originating next generation of innovative cleantech companies.

Building on this potential, WWF India launches the Climate Solver platform, . . . → Read More: WWF India Launches a Cleantech Innovation Platform

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ThinktoSustain Organized Special Module on Innovations for Sustainability for MBA Students at GLA University, Mathura

GLA University

Thinktosustain.com delivers 30-hour course module on “Innovations for Sustainability” for MBA students of GLA University at Mathura during April-May 2012.

A 30-hour course module on “Innovations for Sustainability” was delivered by ThinktoSustain.com – a sustainability services organization – for final year MBA students at GLA University, Mathura, in north India. The objective of the course was to build conceptual clarity to understand corporate environmental issues, and impart knowledge and skills to enable students analyze emerging business paradigms.

. . . → Read More: ThinktoSustain Organized Special Module on Innovations for Sustainability for MBA Students at GLA University, Mathura

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IFC Concludes First Rooftop Solar Project, to Replicate Five More in India

IFC has completed first rooftop solar power project in Gandhinagar, with the aim to improve access to power and reducing air pollution from the burning of wood and fossil fuels.

New Delhi, India – International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, is supporting the Indian State of Gujarat to replicate in five cities a rooftop solar project first completed in Gandhinagar, improving access to power and reducing air pollution from the burning of wood and fossil fuels.

The two pilot projects of 2.5 megawatt each demonstrated the viability of generating . . . → Read More: IFC Concludes First Rooftop Solar Project, to Replicate Five More in India

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Dahanu Solar Plant Starts Providing Power to Homes, Businesses in Mumbai

Dahanu PV solar power plant in Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan has started commercial operations to provide electricity to thousands of households and businesses in Maharashtra.

Jodhpur, India – India’s largest photovoltaic solar power plant, located in the western state of Rajasthan, has started generating clean energy that will provide electricity to thousands of households and businesses in Mumbai.

“The 40-megawatt plant is expected to produce more than 60 million kilowatt hours of electricity a year, enough to light up more than 70,000 average Indian households, while avoiding more than 60,000 metric tons of harmful . . . → Read More: Dahanu Solar Plant Starts Providing Power to Homes, Businesses in Mumbai

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