A glance at Indian Cement Review Awards 2016
The second edition of Indian Cement Review Awards 2016 was graced by Pratap Padode, Editor-in-Chief and Managing Director, ASAPP Media Info Global Group; Roshan Wadhera, Chief Advisor, Cement Expo; Sumit Banerjee, Chairman Editorial Advisory Board, Indian Cement Review; Ravneet Kaur, Joint Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP); Mahendra Singhi, Group CEO, Dalmia Bharat; and KK Taparia, Advisor, Binani Cement, who began by lighting the lamp on the occasion.
High Voltage Rectification (HVR) Systems by KraftPowercon
Our High Voltage Rectification (HVR) systems are capable of reaching voltages as high as 150 kV, also the ubiquitous power levels as high as 350 kW in accordance to the application of the ESP OEM and end-user.
Discoms should be penalised for low PQ
The following measures may be taken to improve overall Grid Power Supply Scenario:
a) Installation of FACTS - Flexible AC Transmission System devices as mentioned earlier
b) Uniform code of conduct for power transmission and distribution of each state
c) Implication of legal penalty rules for distribution companies (discoms) as applicable for utilities (Today discoms impose penalty on utilities for low PF, over and under drawl. Similar penalties can be imposed on discoms for low power quality
Power of Quality
A lot of initiatives are being taken in the power sector for improving generation, transmission and distribution segments. In the generation segment, the focus is being shifted to renewable energy sources, with particular spotlight on solar, besides nuclear.
SCCL´s coal policy to benefit consumers
The new coal-linkage auction policy of Singareni Collieries Company (SCC L) will be of immense benefit to consumers. The policy will enable, all industries, barring thermal power units, to participate in the computerised on-line linkage auction indicating the grade from the place suitable to them and the required quantity.
On a Slow Track
Revival of power sector is a topic that is being widely discussed among the power sector aficionados, vendors and banking circles in India currently.
Smart Cities, Smart Villages
People are moving from villages to cities. They are moving, looking for security, livelihoods and for a better living. The largest chunk of people, mainly women, move on account of marriage, but we consider this as a secondary cause, triggered by the primary drivers.
The Long Journey from Rio to Paris
All this hullabaloo just to achieve a pithy two degrees? What will posterity say? Starting out from Rio in 1992 to Paris in 2015, via Berlin, Kyoto, Durban, Lima, Copenhagen, among others