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Why there are few takers of ISO-50001 standard in Indian Fertilizer industry

  • October 16, 2015
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India being an agrarian economy, fertilizer plays an important role in the stability and growth of our economy.

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ISO-50001: Power Plant Needs Additional Clause for Monitoring, Measurement and Analysis

  • July 10, 2015
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ISO 50K standard is very young compared to its mother standard 9K and shall undergo many round of evolutions. Feedback from the EnMS auditors and Industry Experts shall make the standard more refined and much more specific to critical industry. …

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How Carbon Footprints Work

  • June 4, 2014
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Footprints offer clues about where we came from and where we’re headed. Their impressions tell us something about the animals that leave them. But while actual footprints offer details on size, weight and speed, carbon footprints measure how much carbon …

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Why Sustainability Is Now the Key Driver of Innovation

  • February 26, 2014
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There’s no alternative to sustainable development. Even so, many companies are convinced that the more environment-friendly they become, the more the effort will erode their competitiveness. They believe it will add to costs and will not deliver immediate financial benefits. …

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Why the World Bank Shies Away From Energy Efficiency

  • December 13, 2013
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Decentralized renewable energy projects are highly effective at reducing energy poverty. Energy conservation and efficiency improvements are the cheapest way to close the gap between energy demand and supply. Too bad such measures don’t fit the business model of the …

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Indian Government Plans ‘Smart Cities’ Under Urban Renewal Mission

  • October 24, 2013
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Government is planning to develop “smart” cities with a host of modern features like intelligent transport and carbon neutral status in the second phase of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal mission. “We have an urban renewal mission which means …

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Fuel From Waste? It’s Happening.

  • October 4, 2013
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Recently INEOS Bio, a subsidiary of INEOS (a global manufacturer of petrochemicals), announced it has been successful in producing ethanol from nonfood sources, such as wood waste and glass clippings. The first ethanol shipments are expected to begin this month. …

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The Missing 95%

  • September 19, 2013
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Earlier this month, the consulting company PwC released an analysis showing that current efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions are not sufficiently ambitious to keep us within the two degrees warming target agreed at the 2009 United Nations climate change …

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Waste Reduction Is Increasing in Importance for Businesses

  • September 2, 2013
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Waste reduction is increasing in importance for businesses. Not only does waste reduction have many environmental benefits, but businesses are increasingly coming to the awareness that reducing waste can positively affect the bottom line. More and more governments and organizations …

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Are Green Buildings Safer?

  • August 6, 2013
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Everyone knows that green buildings use less energy to operate. And studies show they’re healthier for occupants, which makes for happier residents and more productive workers. But safer and more durable? Seems so. A study released suggests that greener construction …

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Sustainable Workplaces: Creating a Culture of Environmental Engagement

  • July 31, 2013
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As energy efficiency becomes ever more critical to a business strategy, as well as implementing physical changes to improve it, leaders are now looking to their staff to work sustainably. So it follows that environmental awareness is now a key …

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Sub-Metering – Effective Energy Management With Cost Reduction

  • July 22, 2013
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Each month, every building receives an electricity bill. Although the payment of this bill is vital for a company to continue operating, it contains numerous tidbits of information that are entirely useless to the reader. For instance, what value does …

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How IT and Facilities Managers Team Up for Energy Efficiency

  • June 26, 2013
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Data centers are very different from offices, and therefore impose very different requirements on a building management system. Yes, there is a need to control lighting, power, environmental conditions and security in a data center just as there is in …

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Europe Must Cut Emissions 55% by 2030 to Tackle Carbon Credit Glut

  • June 19, 2013
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The European Commission should aim to cut greenhouse gas emissions 55 per cent against 1990 levels by 2030 if it is to tackle the glut of allowances that has undermined the price of carbon in its flagship emissions trading scheme …

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Best Practices in Sustainability

  • June 19, 2013
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It is widely understood that adopting best practices in sustainability can offer a significant competitive advantage. There is ample incentive to get on board. In 2012, sales of sustainable goods and services reached $1 trillion globally and in 2013, it …

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India Ahead of the US in Energy Efficiency, Says The Climate Group

  • June 3, 2013
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The market for low carbon goods and services in India could touch $135 billion by 2020 creating some 10.5 million jobs, revealed a report by The Climate Group on Friday.The report – India’s Clean Revolution – said that enormous potential …

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Energy Efficiency Helps India Save Money and Breathe Easier

  • May 28, 2013
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Rolling blackouts plagued India last summer. More than 700 million people were left without power for hours a day. The outages became routine but troublesome. Imagine if you were in the middle of a business meeting when the power cut …

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Taking Energy Efficiency to the Market

  • May 24, 2013
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India’s current initiatives to unlock energy efficiency opportunities rely heavily on market players for effective implementation Like in many developing countries, the Indian energy policy is confronted by the challenge of balancing between four competing objectives: i) sustain economic growth through powering industrialisation; ii) …

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Conference on Smart Grids, Automation and Solar Storage

Idam was a knowledge partner of Progress Harmony Development (PHD) Chamber and supported PHD Chamber in organising a conference….

Enfragy – A Wholly Owned Subsidiary of Idam Infra

Earlier this month, Idam Infra acquired the remaining stake in Enfragy Solutions. With this transaction, Enfragy Solutions has become wholly owned subsidiary of Idam Infra

Idam Enfragy – Press Release

Idam Infra has acquired majority stake and management control in Kolkata based Enfragy Solutions India Private Limited; an IT, Geomatics and Energy Efficiency Solutions Provider in the energy sector…