Uranium Mine Killing Livelihoods and Health: A Ground Report from Tummalapalle, Andhra Pradesh.
Dianuke 4th March 2018 read more »
Last week, the chief minister of the Indian state of Karnataka inaugurated the first 600MW of what is being dubbed the largest single solar farm in the world – the 2GW Pavagada Solar Park. But it is not the size of the project – all 2GW of which is expected to be completed by the end of this year – that makes it so interesting. The innovative project, which has been co-financed by the Indian government’s Union Ministry of New Renewable Energy (MNRE) and the state government, aims to use the solar farm both as an economic lifeline to struggling local farmers, and as a massive clean energy injection to the state’s struggling grid.
One Step Off the Grid 6th March 2018 read more »