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India can become powerhouse for  clean tech: Danfoss’ Ravichandran Purushothaman

Sharan Poovanna, Live Mint Ravichandran Purushothaman, president, Danfoss India. Photo: Jithendra M./Mint Summary Climate change presents a great opportunity for India that, coupled with ‘Make in India’, can help the country become a global powerhouse for clean technologies, said...


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India’s future lies in creating carbon-neutral cities, says Danfoss India’s Purushothaman

Bidya Sapam, Live Mint Adoption of carbon-neutral technology could give rise to new business prospects, said Danfoss Industries India region president Ravi Purushothaman. Photo: ramesh pathania/Mint Summary With the fast pace of urbanization across India and the world, adopting carbon...


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India, Sweden to cooperate in Smart Cities, energy

Business Standard Summary India and Sweden on Tuesday agreed to further deepen their cooperation in the Smart Cities initiative, transport and energy sectors. The two countries will exchange knowledge and explore cooperation on smart cities, including transit-oriented urban...


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Indian government buys CHP firm Edina for £55m, eyes UK energy services market

Brendan Coyne, The Energyst Summary India’s Ministry of Power has acquired UK combined heat and power firm Edina for £55m and plans to invest millions in the UK energy services market over the next two years. The deal is structured via UK subsidiary, EnergyPro Assets Limited (EPAL), which is...


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Trigeneration will create the right energy

BP Bhandary, The Hindu Business Line Summary Fuelled by gas, it can meet electricity, heating and cooling needs. Besides, gas is more affordable and longer lasting Any conversation on successful energy efficiency deployment is incomplete without speaking about two of its most important...


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Thane, 1st in India to have district cooling system under UNEP

Naveeta Singh, Daily News & Analysis India Thane Municipal Corporation Summary Thane has been in the forefront of environment friendly initiatives and the city has now become the first in the country to have a district cooling system. It was selected by the UNEP (United Nations...


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Govt weighs use of hay pellets in power plants in bid to stop stubble burning

Utpal Bhaskar, Live Mint The recent spike in Delhi pollution, caused due to crop stubble burning in Punjab and Haryana, has become a political flashpoint between the AAP, BJP and the Congress. Photo: Reuters Summary New Delhi: In an attempt to contain the pollution crisis in India...


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Revolving fund for energy efficiency launched; five cities to benefit

Jyoti Mukul, Business Standard Summary Major portion of GEF financing would come from Asian Development Bank; 5 cities to get global help for cooling, heating systems. Global Environment Facility (GEF), with Energy Efficiency Services (EESL), have launched a revolving fund for three...


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Danfoss, partners to set up district cooling pilot project in India

Debjoy Sengupta, The Economic Times Summary DENMARK: Danfoss’ Indian arm, Danfoss Industries, United Nations Initiative on Sustainable Energy for All and a bunch of partner companies, has planned a district cooling pilot project in India. Thane, Bhopal, Coimbatore, Bhubaneswar, Pune...


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Dubai’s Leading Experience in District Cooling to Be Showcased at High-Level Meetings in India

Press Release, Albawaba Business Emirates Central Cooling Systems Corporation (Empower), the world’s largest district cooling services provider and member of IDEA, will highlight Dubai’s leading experience as a global city in leading the adoption of district cooling systems (DCS) in a...