#UK/EUROPE, #2017/2018, #October 2017
The Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA) has become the latest Indian entity to launch a new Green Masala Bond on the London Stock Exchange.
The Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA) listed new a new Green Masala Bond on International Securities Market (ISM) to raise funds to finance renewable energy projects across India.
#September 2015, #Special Report
The fact that the developed world must bear the burden of tackling global warming seems set to be the broad framework of India’s climate change strategy.
#2016, #October 2016, #Special Edition - November 2016, #Sector Focus/Renewables, #More from this edition
Naveen Rabelli recently completed a unique 10,000-km journey from India to the UK in a fully solar-powered auto-rickshaw. His mission was simple: To show the world what Indian jugaad or frugal innovation can achieve in the world of renewables.
#May/June 2016, #Africa, #2016
India’s minister for power, coal, new and renewable energy, Piyush Goyal, has often been referred to as among the most energetic ministers in the Narendra Modi Cabinet. As someone who thrives on meeting India’s energy targets before time, he is now keen to move the debate towards how India can play a leadership role within the context of Modi’s International Solar Alliance (ISA).
‘India Global Business’ caught up with the minister during a recent visit to London, where he spoke about redefining the Africa story and affordable energy access for every citizen of India and the world.
#May/June 2016, #2016, #UK/EU
Sanjeev Gupta is being dubbed the UK’s new “man of steel” after he emerged as a potential saviour of jobs if he were to acquire Tata Steel’s UK assets, which went up for sale in March.
‘India Global Business’ caught up with the founder and executive chairman of Liberty House Group to delve into the crisis in the European steel industry, restarting mothballed steelworks and why he feels his GreenSteel model would prove more resilient.
#February 2017, #Global Indian
Pankaj Lal was among a handful of scientists to be honoured by outgoing US President Barack Obama with the Presidential Award. ‘India Global Business’ caught up with him to trace what led to this prestigious achievement and what being a Global Indian means to him.
What does an honour like the Presidential Award mean to you?
I am honoured and excited to receive this prestigious award. It’s always exciting for your peers to see the significant value in our work and for federal agencies to invest resources for this. This said, sharing the success with family, friends and students is the greatest reward.
Harnessing science for social good and developing sustainable energy and managing natural resources well are some of the grand challenges facing modern society, and I feel satisfied that that our work is contributing a bit towards improved understanding of this area. This award is a testament that hard work will be rewarded at the opportune moment, and will continue to keep me striving for more in the future.