Retail investors' bets fail to give good returns in September quarter
The stock prices going up or down after individual investors enter the stock does not appear to be a trend, but several mid-and small-caps stocks have gone up in this frenzy post-Covid where valuations are being ignored and were corrected sharply in the last few months.
Blue Star bags two orders worth Rs 390 crores from Bangalore Metro
The first order, worth Rs 203 crores, is a turnkey project including maintenance works for Tunnel Ventilation System (TVS) and Environmental Control System (ECS), as well as SCADA works for six underground stations and associated tunnel sections in Reach-6 of Bangalore Metro Rail Project Phase-II.
Nallathamby Kalaiselvi becomes first woman director general of CSIR
Kalaiselvi has risen through the ranks in CSIR and had broken the proverbial glass ceiling by becoming the first woman scientist to head the Central Electrochemical Research Institute (CSIR-CECRI) in February 2019.
Solar power opens the door to banking for rural Indians
As India boosts its use of renewable energy in an effort to wean itself off climate-heating coal, the country is leaning heavily on solar energy to cut carbon emissions and help stabilise a grid squeezed by coal shortages and surging demand from a population trying to keep cool during hotter summers.
How China became ground zero for the auto chip shortage
utomotive chip order times remain long around the world, but brokers like Pang and thousands like him are focusing on China, which has become ground zero for a crunch that the rest of the industry is gradually moving beyond.
OIL signs pact with homiHydrogen for green hydrogen
homiHydrogen is a joint venture company established by electrolyser experts from Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Norway to manufacture all the four types of electrolysers under one roof. It is promoted by well-established companies like h2e Power Systems Pvt Ltd, Bluebasic Ama Engineering Pvt Ltd and Greenstat Hydrogen India Pvt Ltd.
India has scope to produce hydrogen from domestic coal: Expert panel
Hydrogen is a clean fuel and can serve as a possible substitute to liquid and fossil fuels. It is also the most abundant element in the universe, making up more than 90 per cent of all known matters. "India has an opportunity to produce hydrogen from domestic coal and we may aggressively pursue this option in our overall hydrogen ecosystem," the expert committee said.
Amara Raja bags contract from NTPC to set up green hydrogen fuelling station in Leh
A part of the National Hydrogen Energy Mission, this would be a precursor to large-scale green hydrogen mobility and storage projects, and would be useful for studying and deploying multiple fuelling stations across the country, it said.
NTPC awards Amara Raja Group India's first green hydrogen fueling station project
NTPC awards Amara Raja Power Systems with a project of setting up India's first green hydrogen fueling station in Leh, Ladakh. The project is being set up at a height of 3600 mts above sea level with a temperature variation of - 14 degrees to +20°C
It is in this climate-constrained context that India will have to grow its economy. Dealing with climate change and its impacts will require more than substitution fixes. It will require a radical transformation of the way economies grow and develop.