India has always had a large rural economy with most of the people eking out their living from these areas and as such, since independence successive governments have tried to improve rural infrastructure, including that of power connectivity.
APGenco adds 11,210 MW to meet future demand
In order to meet the future power demand of the State, the APGENCO is contemplating to add 11,210 MW at an estimate cost of Rs.64,182 crore in the next 10 years.
Neyveli Lignite Corporation to add 19,000 MW by 2025
Mine and power major Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC) set a target to become a 19,000-plus megawatt (MW) power producer by 2025. The company has set a target to add around 7,000 MW through renewable energy, through both greenfield and acquisitions of existing assets
Sunshine in the Solar Sector
That stemming climate change needs urgent attention and decisive action, is not news. The need for clean energy is being felt like never before and as a country with the third largest carbon footprint and a population of over a billion, India needs to find solutions.
Opportunities galore at ELECRAMA-2016
The 12th edition of ELECRAMA, the World´s largest Transmission and Distribution Exhibition was a power packed event, which was held at BIEC, Bengaluru from 13th -17th February, 2016. The event witnessed the presence of who´s who in the power industry both domestic and international.