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Is geopolitics at play in the recent high safeguard duty recommendation, wonders M Ramesh

The Director General of Safeguards’ recommendation of 70 per cent ‘provisional safeguard duty’ on solar cells and modules has whipsawed an industry, which is just growing into adolescence. Prices of...

Read more: Shadow over solar

Though still a long way to go, the year may see electrics dominate the mind space of consumers, companies and governments, writes S Muralidhar

The P1 was the first car designed by Ferdinand Porsche, the founder of German luxury and sports car brand Porsche. It was an electric coupe that hit...

Read more: Will 2018 be the year of EVs?

Why clean energy is not a darling of CSR projects

While there is an enthusiasm to tick the box of clean technology and sustainability among companies in the country, surprisingly there is no such zeal when it comes to giving Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects a green tag.

This has...

Read more: Not a box to tick

If Volkswagen manages to steer its 2030 green technology vision as planned, it may well give its competitors a serious run on the e-road, writes Preeti Mehra

The distinctive four brown chimneys of the 1930s façade of the Volkswagen AG headquarters dominates the Wolfsburg landscape. Steeped in...

Read more: Dreaming e-mobility

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