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A.T.E.’s contributions to India’s sustainable development
A.T.E. had the foresight to envisage the urgent need for an alternate eco-friendly technology that would provide cooling and comfort. So, it invested in a nascent technology, about 12 years ago, that has today revolutionised the concept of cooling.
Textile industry eyeing benefits of renewable energy like solar
Sunshot Technologies is an on-site solar power solutions company that provides comprehensive rooftop solar power plant solutions for commercial and industrial customers like airports, manufacturing facilities, special economic zones, resorts and hotels, educational institutes, etc.
Solar Charkha Mission partners with womenswear brand
Womenswear brand W by TCNS Clothing has partnered with Solar Charkha Mission, an initiative by the Government of India, to revive and promote swadeshi handwoven fabric, for the launch of Harit Khadi items.
Sludge drying: HUBER shows the greenest way!
Around 15 years back, India embarked on its journey towards Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) for industrial units. Though ZLD units seemed far-fetched in the early days, today India has set an example for the world by successfully implementing ZLD projects in many States.
NITRA releases a new book on solar energy
NITRA releases a new book on “Solar Energy – Fundamentals, Economic and Energy Analysis” authored by Saurabh Kumar Rajput. This book has covered all important aspects of solar energy. The book has six chapters – basics of solar energy, solar thermal and application, solar photovoltaic (PV) and application, economics of solar system, energy analysis of solar systems, and simulation and analysis of photovoltaic (PV) system with maximum power point tracking (MPPT).
NITRA embraces green power
In view of promoting green power, the Northern India Textile Research Association (NITRA) has decided to install grid-connected roof-top solar power plant at its building. The plant is estimated to be fulfilling about 60-70 per cent of NITRA’s total power consumption in first phase.