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India’s Smart Cities and solar energy

Solar is the most accessible form of renewable energy across India, with over 300 sunny days every year. The potential for solar energy generation, especially given India’s conducive geographical position, is incredible.

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India’s 100 GW Solar Energy Target: Achievable or Overambitious

To continue this phenomenal growth and become a dominant player in the global solar industry, the industry and the Government need to come together to ensure a favourable innovative environment, focused on creating a sustainable future.

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DIU SMART CITY BECOMES FIRST TO RUN ON 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY DURING DAYTIME

PROTOTYPE BEING TESTED IN BENGALURU SMART CITY TO DEVELOP INTELLIGENT TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SOLUTION. NIGHT BAZAAR ENVISAGED AS PART OF JAIPUR SMART CITY.

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Smart Cities: Transforming through Renewable Energy

Small solar parks can be made an integral part of Smart Cities so as to fulfill any additional such requirements. Apart from rooftop solar, the solar energy can be harnessed in other forms like solar street lighting, solar water heaters, solar pumps, solar traffic signals, solar concentrators based cooking.

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Sweden Keen To Collaborate With Maharashtra Govt On Smart Cities

The country is looking on areas of collaboration such as waste management, smart cities, and renewable energy

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Cabinet Pushes For Development of Solar Parks

The Solar Parks and Ultra Mega Solar Power Projects will be set up by 2019-20 with Central Government financial support of Rs.8100 crore

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Govt to focus on reducing water, power use by half in 20 years

Reducing water and power use by half and promoting renewable energy and public transport are "key elements" of the government's urban development strategy for the next 20 years.

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Punjab to Install LED Streetlights in Rural Areas

Majithia said installing these street lights would provide a sense of security to the villagers and safety to those returning late in the evening

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