These Startups Are Using Big Data And Smart Tech To Ease The Pressure On India’s Electricity Grid Forbes, July 6, 2017 India is aiming to make annual savings of $8.9 billion in energy costs by adopting new energy-saving technologies. As half of country’s energy is consumed by commercial sector, businesses have long been challenged to improve […]
Smartphone Apps Help Bring Reliable Power to 1.3 Billion People Bloomberg, June 6, 2016 At any given minute in India, you can find out how much electricity is for sale and at what price with a few swipes across a smartphone screen — a level of transparency in the nation’s power sector that’s increasing the […]
NATIONAL UJALA DASHBOARD Ujala Government, India Total LEDs distributed as on 26 MAY 2016 22:39 How many people does it take to change a light bulb? World Bank, May 20, 2016. Image credit: Scott Akerman With a population of about 1.2 billion, India is one of the largest consumer markets in the world. So it’s no […]
Top 10 Energy efficient hospitals in the world Energy Digital, December 2, 2015. Image credit: DarkoStojanovik For modern hospitals, sustainability is a paradox. On the one hand, climate change and pollution present serious public health risks, and reducing them would lower the strain on hospital resources. At the same time, hospitals consume large amounts of energy […]
INDIA AND FRANCE MOVE UP RANKS OF RENEWABLES INDEX BEHIND LEADERS US AND CHINA The Climate Group, March 9, 2015. Photo courtesy of Amanda Gassé. LONDON: A new report released by Ernst & Young, the Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI), brings India and France up to 5th and 7th positions behind leaders China and US, […]
India Starts Building World’s Largest Solar Plant, Overtaking U.S. Think Progress, February 17, 2015 India is about to start construction on what will be the world’s largest solar plant. As part of a redoubled effort to ramp up renewable energy capacity to help meet the developing country’s fast-growing energy needs, the 750-megawatt solar plant in […]
The DC power generated by the solar panels is directly fed to the servers converting it into AC supply. This helps cut power losses by 15%, which, in turn, also cuts GHG emissions. Cold water flowing through the server mainframe takes away the heat generated by its various components.