Haryana State Renewable Energy (Akshay Urja) Minster Mahender Pratap Singh, along with other guests at the Energy Fair 2010 in Gurgoan Delhi is one of the fastest growing cities in the world and is already a megalopolis of a large magnitude. The rapid urbanization of the city has put a […]
Delhi Greens and Advit Foundation invite you to The EnerGy Fair 2010, Gurgaon’s first energy efficiency & renewable energy fair making corporate & community responsible and giving them the right tools and information to fulfill their responsibility! With growing emphasis on energy efficiency and the need to become carbon responsible, […]
‘Naturol’ the biofuel outlet at the University of Petroleum & Energy Studies The invitation by the NEN to deliver a talk on environment and entrepreneurship at the University of “Petroleum” & Energy Studies (UPES) came as a surprise for most of us at Delhi Greens, while others saw it as an opportunity to […]
Palwal is a small town on Delhi-Agra highway and one among many other small towns that are fast developing because these are now within commuting distance from Delhi city. So people can afford to continue to stay in these towns and leave their families there, while they go for a […]
Election gone, subsidy gone. Like everything you will now have to pay more for power. In future, if things go this way, electricity will perhaps constitute about 40% or even more of your home operating costs. I found this rather interesting piece of equipment that immediately helped me lower my electricity bill by over 70%.
The training programme aims to impart basic skill required for planning implementing and managing community based Micro Hydro Power Projects.
Braving the Rain to Keep the Torch Burning Rain and thundershowers rocked Dilli Haat minutes before the stage was set for the formal launch and the curtain raiser of the Earth Hour. The launch had invited everyone from Dr. R.K. Pachauri, Director-General TERI and the Chairperson of the Intergovernmnental Panel on Climate Change […]
Streetlights still on at 1.30 PM around the University of Delhi Metro Station. As per recorded observation, they remained on all day on the 22nd and 23rd of June, 2008. [Total: 1 Average: 5/5]