Disinfecting the Ganga River

Disinfecting the Ganga River with hydro-dis tech

Hydro-dis Managing Director Mark Carey said the Hydro-dis technology creates chloride ions from salt already present in the water, making it suitable for freshwater and saltwater sources.

The Ganga River water will be disinfected. Hydro-dis Water Treatment Systems (Australia) has developed an ‘effective and cost-efficient technology’ that supersedes traditional treatment systems.

Hydro-dis Managing Director Mark Carey said the Hydro-dis technology is a simple alternative to other treatment methods and is suited for rural communities. Read More

MODI – next step to a country running on solar

MODI - next step to a country running on solar

The Airport, inaugurated a massive 45-acre solar plant with 46,000 panels, which will provide about 12 MW.

Its president Modi’s dream to transform India to a fossil free country (100GW of solar power by 2022). This is one of the reasons that India has been implementing solar energy on a large scale.

Modi is changing the country

Read about of the thousands of solar panels supplying green energy to fuel stations, railway stations, water canal projects and villages. And since August 2015. the Cochin International Airport runs on solar power.   Read More

Mega Renewables Project in India

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Gujarat to become India’s largest solar Power Producer

Coming soon: a mega solar/wind power project in Gujarat (India) up to 5 GW.

The integrated wind and solar energy park will include about 800 MW of wind energy and 4,2 GW solar power capacity. Read More

Modi promises the river Ganges will be clean in five years

Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised the sacred river would be clean in five years

Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised the sacred river would be clean in five years

One of the first public gestures that India’s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi made on his election was a visit to Varanasi along the Ganges, India’s most famous and most threatened river.

 

As millions watched on television, Modi promised the sacred river ‘Mother Ganges’ would be clean in five years. Read More