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Article Akshay Urja Volume1 Issue 3: A Special Issue on Solar Thermal Energy is available now It is newsletter of Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Government of India. Taking the cognizance of solar thermal energy in our daily life, the present issue of Akshay Urja has the solar t
Article 2nd Biofuels International Expo & Conference Completes Successfully The second annual Biofuels International expo & conference coincided with the launch of Europe’s largest renewable diesel plant in the Netherlands last week.
Article 3 week training programme on "Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency" Eligibility: The participants should have to hold a minimum Bachelors degree either in Engineering (BE) or in Technology (B Tech).
Article 3rd Global Jatropha World 5 days Training Programme 2009 The training will be held between Jul 21, 2009 - Jul 25, 2009 Jaipur, Rajasthan India 331001.
Article An Overview of a village training programme on Alternate Sources of Energy in Chandigarh, India More than 30 men and woman were given training in the technologies, designs and tools needed to make smokeless cooking stoves, solar heating systems, solar lights etc
Article Applications invited for REEEP Independent Experts REEEP aims to call on the expertise of people from around the world for a variety of tasks, and are inviting applications to become a REEEP Independent Expert
Article Ashden Awards - The finalists have been selected for this leading green energy award Pioneering projects from Africa, Asia and Latin America have been selected to compete in the world's leading green energy awards with prizes presented by Al Gore.
Article Bamboo as an alternative renewable energy resource for households An article has been submitted on the subject of bamboo as a renewable energy source & "its importance as a biomass energy resource, environment protector and poverty alleviator."
Article Barriers To Dissemination Of Renewable Energy Technologies For Cooking This paper was published 12 years ago in 1985 but the topic has relevance even today.The authors have discussed the barriers to the dissemination of renewable energy technologies .It is a must read fo
Article Biogas Pilot Project Targeting Small-Scale Farmers in Kenya KENYA - Small-scale dairy farmers are set to benefit from a piloting project that seeks to develop 8,000 domestic biogas plants in rural areas.
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