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Sustainability Outlook partners with the 4th Industrial Green Chemistry World Convention & Ecosystem (IGCW-2015), Asia’s largest Industrial gathering on ‘green chemistry & green engineering’, to be held in Mumbai on 4th & 5th December 2015.

By : sustainabilityo..., Nov 19, 2015

“Industrial Green Chemistry World” is India’s flagship initiative that brings together chemical companies on a common platform with the common agenda to accelerate the implementation and industrialisation of ‘green chemistry & green engineering’ into their existing...

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Apple Going 100% Solar For Singapore Operations

By : Sustainability ..., Nov 17, 2015

Apple’s operations in Singapore will be powered fully by solar, beginning January of 2016, using a combination of on-site rooftop solar and an off-site PPA. The agreement with Sunseap will make Apple the first company in Singapore to go 100% renewable energy, according to the...

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Subject Tags: Apple , Corporate Action

Microsoft’s Manufacturing Operations Achieve Carbon Neutrality

By : Sustainability ..., Oct 28, 2015

Microsoft has, as of July 1, 2015, achieved carbon neutrality across its manufacturing operations, according to the company’s 2015 Citizenship Report.

The software company’s data centers, software development labs, offices and business air travel have been carbon...

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NTPC installs solar thermal cooking system at Dadri power plant

By : sustainabilityo..., Oct 27, 2015

NTPC has installed a solar thermal cooking system at the main canteen of the NTPC Dadri thermal power station, the company said on Friday.

The system is a low carbon, all-weather cooking solution and is a joint initiative of NTPC Dadri and NTPC Energy Technology...

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Delhi International Airport contracts Enerparc Energy for 5.7MW solar plant

By : sustainabilityo..., Oct 27, 2015

Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) has put in an order for Enerparc Energy to set up a 5.7MW solar plant and perform O&M services over ten years at T3 terminal.

This is a repeat order following Enerparc’s successful 2.1MW solar installation for DIAL near...

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Visakhapatnam Port to be Most Energy-efficient in India

By : sustainabilityo..., Oct 27, 2015

Visakhapatnam Port Trust(VPT), one of the fastest growing major ports in the country, would be the most energy- efficient port in the country.

The VPT management is planning to complete  LED lighting of the port area before the proposed visit of Prime Minister Narendra...

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Major hospitals might get solar power systems installed

By : sustainabilityo..., Oct 27, 2015

For an energy efficiency upgrade in civic buildings, offices and institutions, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is contemplating on installing solar power systems, starting with Lokmanya Tilak Sion, Topiwala Nair and King Edward Memorial (KEM). 


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Subject Tags: Corporate Action

Electric Vehicle Toyota to provide 55 green cars for India Africa Summit

By : sustainabilityo..., Oct 26, 2015

Toyota Kirloskar Motor will provide nearly 55 Camry hybrid green cars for transporting dignitaries during the third India Africa Forum Summit (IAFS) on October 26-29 that is likely to see heads of state and government from most of the continent’s 54 countries attending.

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Bio-waste plant to be set up by railways

By : sustainabilityo..., Oct 19, 2015

In attempt to recycle biodegradable waste ge-nerated by Indian Rai-lways’ largest residential colony, rail authorities in the national capital are setting up a bio-waste processing plant as a pilot project. The proposed plant will process 1,000 kg of biodegradable waste every...

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Textile mills opt for solar rooftops as cost goes down

By : sustainabilityo..., Oct 19, 2015

With the cost of solar photovoltaic units and accessories coming down significantly, textile mills in the region are increasingly opting for solar rooftop panels in their units.

As many as 50 spinning mills are planning to install solar rooftop panels, which would have...

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Subject Tags: Corporate Action , textile