Have you ever wondered why Earth is called the blue planet? It’s because water covers about 70% of its surface. Considering this amount of water available, it seems obvious that it is abundant. However, 97% of the Earth’s water is saline consisting of 1,335 million
Air is vital for the survival of most organisms on earth. With the advancement in technology and the industrial revolution, major air pollutants have been released into the air, causing widespread pollution. High levels of pollution can increase the risk of respiratory infections, among other adverse health outcomes.
Earth is home to millions of species of organisms with each distinctly different from the other. Humans are a part of this wonderful family and are the most advanced species to walk on the planet. In ancient times humans worshipped nature and lived in harmony with the environment. But with the advent of the industrial revolution in the 19th century, this harmony was destroyed.
Climate change is the biggest threat the world is facing today. From developed countries to developing ones, climate change is a menace all across. According to the United Nations, the climate change that we are witnessing today is caused by several factors such as generating energy, manufacturing goods, deforestation, vehicular emission, waste generation etc.
International Energy Association (IEA), in its annual update on global developments in energy efficiency for the year 2021, interestingly mentioned energy efficiency as the ‘first fuel’ of a sustainable global energy system as it still represents the cleanest and, in most cases, the cheapest way to meet our energy needs.
Amid the biggest climate crisis the planet is witnessing, where temperatures are forecast to rise above the 1.5°C warming threshold by 2040, we can no longer sit and do nothing. Scientists have warned that the predicted rise in global temperature will lead to catastrophic results which will affect the entire planet.
Water is a major constituent of life on earth. The earliest life forms are believed to have been originated deep in the primordial oceans. Water also forms around 60% of the adult human body and over 90% of the blood in our body. Thus the relation of water to life is indistinguishable.
Boilers are an essential component of industrial operations, used as a source of process heating and to improve the operation of an enterprise by generating power.
Frequent power cuts are a grim reality faced by all industries and commercial establishments across the country. It forces businesses to rely on Diesel Gensets, thereby increasing costs as well as the carbon footprint of the organisation.
Digital transformation has occupied the centre stage in the recent past and has started reshaping the way manufacturing sector works.
Solar sector in India has seen tremendous growth in a short period of time. As we work to scale up our solar PV generation capacity, equal efforts have to be made to ensure the equipment quality of upcoming installations is up to industry standards.