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India's largest single-location HSAT based solar power project Adani’s Solar PV plant in Bathinda is India’s largest single-axis tracker-based solar PV project. Spread over 641 acres of land, the plant features power evacuation through 132 kV double circuit transmission lines … Learn More

Project Overview As with many small island developing states, the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) has had little if anything to do with causing global climate change, but is left to now cope with the consequences. The country faces … Learn More

We develop, build, own, operate and maintain utility-scale grid-connected renewable farm projects and generate revenue through the sale of electricity to Central and state government entities and government-backed corporations. For wind project development, we continuously evaluate various regions of the … Learn More

BEF works to identify a unique category of Water Projects that can meet critical corporate objectives for volumetric water stewardship in Southern California. Companies seek collective impact, cost-effective volumetric benefits, turn-key outcomes with near-term implementation, long-term benefits, and catalytic water … Learn More

BIER has been talking about this kind of on-the-ground water collaboration for a while as a natural extension of its portfolio of benchmarking, best practice sharing, and tools/guidance development. It was clear to members, based on the opportunities and risks, … Learn More

This carbon offset project provides renewable energy in one of the poorest provinces of Vietnam. The construction of a mini hydropower plant supplies clean electricity to the national grid. The activity reduces the consumption of energy produced by coal, gas … Learn More

Project Maji received funding from Aqua for All to introduce a new model to build a business case for safe water economics in rural, underserved communities in Sub-Saharan Africa. The three-year programme in Kenya aims to accelerate service delivery to … Learn More

Indian cities are running out of water. 11 of IndiaÕs 20 largest cities face ÔextremeÕ water stress, while seven others face ÔhighÕ stress At least half the urban water supplies in India are through groundwater, and IndiaÕs urban groundwater resources … Learn More

The COVID-19 outbreak led to an increased demand for safe water due to frequent handwashing and people staying at home. But water and sanitation micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) are struggling to survive, as they face revenue loss and … Learn More

Lakes have historically been a critical part of a citiesÕ ability to buffer from droughts and floods. BangaloreÕs lakes are now in trouble due to rapid urbanisation and lack of proper underground drainage system, inadequate treatment in sewage treatment plants … Learn More