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Author: Katherine Purvis

Wastewater for thermal plants an impractical dream

The Indian government’s policy of using treated sewage water to run operations in coal-fired power plants is not economically viable and will do little to resolve conflicts over water use

An ambitious plan to reduce the dependence of India’s coal-fired power plants on freshwater has stalled in its starting blocks. The policy for some plants to use treated sewage water…Read More

Using big data to reduce carbon footprint

Ahmedabad-based Ecolibrium Energy has won one of the prestigious Ashden Awards this year by offering a product to boost energy efficiency in industrial production by using big data in innovative ways

Depending on intensive industrialisation to fuel its development, India faces the challenge of pursuing growth while having a minimal impact on the environment and natural resources…Read More