With rising land costs, multilayer installations and solar-covered highways are among new proposals in India to boost solar power production.
Japan, China, and India add strong reasons to expect the already-underway renewable revolution will scale even further and faster.
The Jaikwadi dam–the main source of water to the Marathwada region–only had 4 percent usable water left in mid February.
India increased its clean energy capacity by 12.4 gigawatts over the past three years, which has edged it towards its goal of 30 gigawatts of clean energy power by 2017.
Here are some back-to-basics designs that provide inexpensive shelter to impoverished communities while also including sustainable technologies to help raise living standards.
The Climate Group reports on how southern India plans a “wind corridor” to step up renewable generation.
Mahindra Reva has unveiled in India the e20, an all-electric four seater with a range of around 60 miles that can be recharged via solar power.