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Solar record low bids – India – its vast commercial viability

Goyal’s target to cease thermal coal imports into India looks like a commercial certainty—imported coal-fired power generation is the risky, high cost option. Renewable energy capacity is targeted to increase fivefold to 258GW, and investment in other zero emission technologies … Continue reading

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Biggest storage in World, fast depletion for China and India

Note – there’s much fuss about storage, mostly about new batteries, but hundreds of millions of people are much more concerned  about storage of essential water for drinking, sanitation, irrigation and basic survival. Climate change is delivering ever more brief bursts … Continue reading

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Solar undercuts coal in India, as another bank quits Adani mega-mine

…nails hammered into coffin for Australian coal mining export plans of Indian conglomerate, Adani Group…news on Monday night that Standard Chartered – one of the largest investment banks in UK – latest international financier to withdraw support for largest new … Continue reading

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Population of India to overtake China less than a decade

India is set to overtake China as the world’s most populous country in less than a decade – six years sooner than previously forecast…That’s just one of the findings from the United Nations latest population report…Another surprise, fast-growing Nigeria is … Continue reading

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India Ups Solar Target 5-Fold, Installing More Solar This Year Than Germany

If only government could get as sensible as this in Australia >readmore> ThinkProgress

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India to stop coal imports in 3 years

“News of the agreement(China-USA, APEC 13.11.2014) comes as India announces plans to stop thermal coal imports in three years. Australian coal companies will not even have a significant alternative export market to China.” >readmore> TheConversation

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