The relationship between India's progress towards achieving its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through our commitments to energy transition is multifaceted and complex. As India stands at the forefront of progress during its G20 presidency, there is no time like now to demonstrate to other nations how momentum during transition can be accomplished while navigating challenges such as renewable energy intermittency, substantial capital needs, and the social implications of moving away from fossil fuels.
The Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission (TNERC) has revised the network or wheeling charges in its 9 September 2022 tariff order. Prosumers can use our tool to calculate and understand the network or wheeling charges for all the billing months after the September 2022 tariff order, for FY 2022-23.
In the renewable energy sector, rooftop solar is gaining popularity among domestic consumers. This tool will help consumers to know about the required capacity needs to be installed on their premises.
TN Electricity Bill Calculator - Lockdown 2020 Residential electricity consumers in Tamil Nadu can now verify their electricity bill amount during the lockdown period - June/July 2020. Fill in the values for the two questions and check your ‘Amount Payable for June/July 2020’.
The story map depicts the advocated alternative to the centralised waste management system, to address the prevailing issues in the existing system. The zero-waste model represents a holistic vision to eradicate corruption in public services and restore the balance in ecology and environment.
From brimming garbage bins to diminishing space in landfills, the city’s waste is hauled in large trucks and compactors. The current centralized waste management system not only proves to be ecologically unsustainable, but uneconomical and inefficient. The link to the story map below will take you through the journey waste traverses after it leaves our homes.