Latha Jishnu / New Delhi December 13, 2008, 0:40 IST

India's science and development is in a poor way and needs a guiding light.

CHENNAI: Solar energy, especially solar thermal, is the ultimate option to meet the growing energy needs, according to Mohan Verghese Chunkath, Chairman and Managing Director, Tamil Nadu Energy Development Agency (TEDA).

Rajesh B. Nair

PUDUCHERRY: Solar power never fails. That

The Scottish government, led by first minister Alex Salmond, has issued a

The International Energy Agency (IEA) visualises renewable energy (wind, solar and hydel) outgrowing gas-based energy and becoming the second largest source of electricity, after coal, as early as 2015.

Udhagamandalam: Students from various schools in the district displayed considerable enthusiasm in showcasing their intelligence in the district-level science exhibition organised by the Department of Education here on Wednesday.

The Guardian

There has never been a more important time to invest in green technologies, yet many of us believe these efforts are doomed to failure, writes Chris Goodall

Myth 1: solar power is too expensive to be of much use

P B Jayakumar / Mumbai November 28, 2008, 0:37 IST

Bharat Heavy Electricals (Bhel) plans to acquire companies in the non-conventional energy and transmission business to more than double its turnover to Rs 50,000 crore in the next five years.

The Vatican was set to go green on Wednesday with the activation of a new solar energy system to power several key buildings and a commitment to use renewable energy for 20 percent of its needs by 2020.

CHENNAI: The Biomass Power Plant Association has moved the Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission (TNERC) seeking an immediate review of the tariff. The association