The Climate Group talks about plans by the nation of India to reach 53,000 megawatts of generated clean power over the next five years, more than doubling its capacity.
For just $10 worth of electricity per month, rural Indian villagers can have convenient access to their cash.
SunEdison has announced a plan to install distributed-generation solar energy plants in rural India, a move the company says will help bring power to communities that have never had electricity before.
Bayer MaterialScience’s net-zero office building in Noida, India, has taken 64 out of a possible 69 points, making it the highest-scoring LEED building ever.
EarthTechling columnist Susan Kraemer argues it’s in the United States’ best interest to help India choose clean over dirty for future energy development.
A Berkeley Lab study finds India is uniquely poised to develop wind power with rich wind resources—but shrinking tax incentives could forestall development.
In today gallery we look at cleantech solutions being used in developing parts of the world, and how clean energy is transforming lives and communities.
Changes in policies, prices, subsidies and targets are causing the global market for solar panels to shift from Europe to Asia–particularly China and India.
The Export-Import Bank does two more deals in India, boosting work prospects for First Solar, SolarWorld California and American Capital Energy.
A mission to bring more solar power to India looks to be doing quite well, with an eventual goal of 20,000 megawatts of solar generation by 2022 seeming feasible.
GE will invest $50 million in a joint venture with Greenko that will develop 1 gigawatt of wind power across four states in India.