Tata Power Solar commissions 3 MW solar plant at Noamundi
With due consideration towards Tata Steel’s initiative to reducing carbon footprint, a 3 MW solar PV power plant has been commissioned at Noamundi - the first in any iron ore mine in the country. The project, covering 19 acres of land, was executed by Tata Power Solar and will help reduce CO2 emission by about 3,000 tonnes p.a.
EESL lights up High Commission of India, London in Tri-Colour lighting
Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) has lit up the High Commission of India, London with Tri-colour lightings. The High Commission which is situated in the iconic ‘India House’ building, in the heart of London, is now lit up with energy efficient façade lighting.
Adani Group commissions 50 MW plant in UP
Adani group announced the commissioning of a 50 MW solar PV plant in Mahoba in Uttar Pradesh under the National Solar Mission (NSM) scheme with an investment of Rs 315 crore.
GAIL recommits to cleaner greener India
Taking position action aimed at protecting the environment and refraining from practises which has an adverse impact, GAIL (India) Limited, over the years has exhibited its commitment towards the resorting the environmental balance in the country.
BEML’s windmill park dedicated to nation
BEML Limited, a Mini Ratna Category-1 Public Sector Company under the Ministry of Defence, has set for itself an unique goal of utilising 100 per cent renewable energy for its consumption. In this endeavour, the company’s 9 MW windmill park installed at Dammur village in Bagalkot district of Karnataka was dedicated to the nation by Arun Jaitley through video-conferencing from Delhi.
Virtual power plant project starts in Toyota
Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc., Denso Corporation, Toyota Motor Corporation and Toyota Turbine and Systems Inc., together with Toyota City, have launched a "virtual power plant" demonstration project, which aims to achieve the local production and consumption of renewable energy. The project outlines the construction of a virtual power plant that will regulate electric power demand according to the supply of electric power generated from renewable energy in Toyota city and that will enable multi
Problem of Plenty
India has become a power surplus nation, albeit with certain caveats. In its wake, it has changed the whole paradigm of generation sources, with solar and wind hogging the spotlight and coal being relegated a bit.
DG sets are moving to more standby usage
Rapid growth in the economy has caused increase in the demand for power. Power cuts can cause a loss in business revenue and hamper functionalities. The major challenge is to provide continuous power.