SJVN Limited awards 50 MW Order to Inox Wind
Inox Wind Limited has bagged an order for a 50 MW wind power project from SJVN Limited to be deployed in Gujarat. The project is scheduled to be commissioned by November 2017 and will be executed on turnkey basis. As part of the order, Inox Wind will supply and install 25 units of its advanced 2 MW DFIG 113 rotor dia wind turbine generators for SJVN Limited.
Securing RoI for both lenders and developers, is a challenge
With relatively younger time of 20 years in India, but a global experience of 140 years, we are one of the leading technical inspection companies in the country. Having grown consistently to meet the future business requirements, we have two major aspects of our business.
India Progressing Towards Optimum Energy Mix
The summer of 2017 promises to be a watershed year for India. While the government burns the midnight oil to introduce GST by start of the upcoming financial year, Piyush Goyal, Minister of State (I/C) Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy and Mines, is confident that all villages will be connected to the grid by May 2017.
Karnataka backs investment from UK firms in RE
Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah has pitched for investment in renewable energy from UK-based firms, citing the UK´s strength in R&D and his state´s implementation capability as basis for a unique partnership.
MNRE has sanctioned Rs.67 crore for Solar City Programme | Goyal
A total of Rs.67 crore has been sanctioned by the MNRE, to develop solar cities across India. The funds will be utilised towards preparing master plans, solar city cells, promotional activities and installation of renewable energy projects in 60 cities across the country.
Biogas Tank at Canadian International School
The Canadian International School (CIS) have a biogas plant set-up on campus by students. It took the initiative of two grade 10 students in 2011 to research, purchase, install and start-up a biogas plant to find a way to re-use some of the food waste from the school cafeteria.
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