Clean-tech Startup, PadCare Labs, closes Rs.5 crore seed funding round to boost growth

Pune-based start-up, Padcare Labs, working on sustainable sanitary waste processing and recycling, has closed on a Rs.5 crore seed funding

Neel Shah, an 18 year old science student from Vadodara, turns his junk cycle into a solar bike that runs for free

Neel Shah converted a junk cycle into a solar-powered cycle. The bike operates on solar energy and runs 15-20 for free on a single charge.

Getting to know Reeva Sood, a female agro-entrepreneur who transformed the barren fields of Himachal with her organic farming

Read about the inspiring journey of Reeva Sood, an NGO activist and an agro-preneur as she brought about a renewed interest in organic farming for farmers in Himachal Pradesh

Rolls Royce, EDF among the companies to receive millions of pounds worth of grants to assist Britain in Green-house gas removal tech

British government annouced total 54 million pounds ($65 million) of funding to companies working on greenhouse gas removal technologies.

Pina Earth, Europe based climate technology startup raises $2.5 million in seed funding

Pina Earth, a climate technology startup, has raised $2.5 million in seed funding. The seed round was led by Franco-German VC XAnge, with participation from London-based VC firm Nordstar and several business angels and serial founders

Uttar Pradesh launches the “RACE” drive to raise awareness about the ban on single-use plastics

Uttar Pradesh implements the nationwide single-use plastic ban using a unique "RACE" strategy. The campaign was launched on June 29th as a targeted 5-day drive across all UP districts.

Nagpur becomes 1st Indian city to Adopt an IoT based Rainwater Harvesting System

Nagpur becomes 1st Indian city to adopt an IoT based Rainwater Harvesting System, enabling real-time monitoring of groundwater levels, quality and performance of recharge structures.

India lost 87 billion USD due to natural disasters last year: WMO

Acccording to the report released by World Meteorological Organization (WMO), India has lost 87 billion U.S. dollars last year due to natural disasters such as tropical cyclones, floods and droughts.

The EV Revolution has started, But what happens to the Old Batteries?

When an EV battery reaches the end of its useful first life, manufacturers have three options: they can dispose of it, recycle the valuable metals, or reuse it.  

Solar Diyas: Are they really green?

Rows of lamps are lit inside and outside homes and buildings on the occasion of Diwali. Diyas are traditionally used for this purpose. Solar Diya are emerging and claimed to be more eco-friendly when compared to the traditional diyas.