Almost all sources of energy, including many renewable ones, require large amounts of water to produce and in India, the trade-off is stark. India wants to expand its grid to the third of rural population with no access to power, yet existing power production is often undermined by poor water management and drought. A year ago the state of Maharashtra had to shut down all six units of a 1130MW thermal power plant after water levels in the dam fell to critically low levels.
Read More…

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *