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Solar thermal power and applications are being ignored in today’s world of cheap photovoltaics: CSE

  • Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) organises a conference on ‘The forgotten solar: Solar thermal and its development’

The forgotten solar: Solar thermal and its development

The concentrated solar power has not progressed much in India. Of the seven plants allocated by the government in 2011, only three plants, of total 200 MW capacity, have been commissioned. Solar thermal applications like water heating, industrial applications and space heating and cooling has also not taken off in the large scale, as one would expect given the immense potential of these applications. To discuss all these issues and explore ways to scale up these technologies, we are organizing this one day conference will all concerned stakeholders.  

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Date: February 4, 2016

Global Renewable Energy and Energy Access Transformation” or GREEAT

Chandra Bhushan, deputy director general of CSE, presented the idea of “Global Renewable Energy and Energy Access Transformation” or GREEAT at the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy side event on energy access. He spoke about the importance of affordability in the future energy system. “Future of energy is decentralized distributed and renewable,” he said at the event. 

Three-day training on Environmental impacts of Renewable energy projects

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is organizing a hands-on three-day training programme on Environmental Impacts with specific reference to renewable energy power projects.

The three-day training programme aims to address the following topics:

  • Why EIA is important for renewable energy project?

  • Environmental and social issues associated with the sector

  • Applicable policy, guidelines and legal provisions for the sector in India

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Date: September 9-11, 2015

International Seminar on a Global Renewable Energy Support Programme, with Particular Focus on Globally Funded Feed-in Tariffs - 30 March-1 April, 2015

Centre for Science and Environment and What Next seeks to bring together a group of experts from a wide range of backgrounds to further elaborate and develop the idea of a global support programme with a particular focus on globally funded renewable energy feed-in tariffs. 

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