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Jal Mahal, Rajasthan

Rajasthan Rainwater Management

Water is the most important element of life to sustain. Without water, no living species would ever survive on Earth. This will always be the key element for living on Earth. Having said that, there are many places on Earth Read the rest

Rajasthan desert

Rajasthan: India’s Solar Developed State

Literally known as “The Land of Kings”, and is crowned as India’s most-Solar developed state. It also has the world’s largest solar power plant with a total capacity of 2245MWs. In the year 2019, the whole population of Rajasthan was Read the rest

Gravitricity: Generating Electricity using Gravity

Gravitricity: Generating Electricity using Gravity

Yes, you heard that right!!

Generating electricity using gravity is now even closer than ever before. Edinburgh based company named Gravitricity has been working on this novel project since its foundation in 2011 and is set to perform its first Read the rest

Bhadla Solar Park Aerial View

Bhadla Solar Park: World’s Largest Solar Plant

The new crown for the World’s Largest Solar plant has gone to Bhadla Solar Park in March 2020, which is located in Rajasthan, India with a total capacity of 2245 MW and is providing electricity to millions in India.

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The Story of Eletricity in Ladakh

Electricity in Ladakh: The Story

Ladakh, which is also known as ‘The Land of High Passes’, is India’s one of the most heavenly places. Though a barren land, it is surrounded by high ice-capped mountains which are truly breathtaking and picture-perfect. Ladakh is one of Read the rest

The Story of Solar Energy in India

You might have heard the story of Iceland and its success in achieving zero carbon emissions by utilizing Geothermal energy. Iceland falls on an active tectonic plate due to which it has a rich source of Geysers and hot springs. Read the rest

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5 Easy Ways to Utilize Solar Energy at Home

Being born and brought up in a developing country means there is always a deficit of resources. Inflation is always on the rise in this part of the world, which means the prices of commodities are high. 

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