A Change in the Offing!
The draft amendments for captive generation plants go a step beyond the 2016 amendments and, if notified in the same form, will have far-reaching implications on the structure and operation of CGPs.
What Threatens the Indian Green Story
The country is witnessing a continuous trend of plummeting energy costs due to consistent decrease in the generation prices of renewable energy. Prices of renewables over the last few years have seen all-time lows, such as Rs 2.44 per unit of solar power and Rs 2.43 per unit of wind power in tariff-based competitive bidding.
Elecrama 2018 was not merely an exhibition. It reflected the industry sentiment. Looking at the numbers- Rs 65 billion of business queries generated, footfall of around 298,000 and 1,200 exhibitors-it seems all is well with the power sector.
India's route to 'Clean Coal'
India is planning major investments in its power generation and distribution infrastructure as nearly 400 million Indians lack reliable energy supply. Most of this investment will be made in the renewable energy sector.
TPPs for Sale
Power sector seems to have seen hectic activity over the last three years - in terms of generation, transmission and distribution of power and efforts to create and bolster demand. However, with every addition of a megawatt in power generating capacity the problems of the sector got accentuated.
The Powernomics of GST
Finally, Goods and Services Tax (GST) has arrived on July 1, 2017, and the first batch of filing of monthly returns is underway in August 2017. Like any other changeover, GST is also facing its initial pangs.
India's wind power capacity crosses 32 GW | IWTMA
Industry body Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association (IWTMA) said the wind power generation capacity in the country has crossed the 32 GW mark. However, according to the Central Electricity Authority's (CEA) monthly report for March 2017, the installed wind power generation capacity is around 28.7 GW, lower than the ITWMA estimates.
CEA-ICAI’s ‘3rd National Workshop on Electrical Safety’
The use of electricity is an integral part of our lives and it is important to harness it safely and efficiently. There are many lives lost each year as a result of electrical-related incidents and fires. A number of electrical fatalities and injuries that occur each year can be overcome through understanding of safe electrical practices.
Advertise Here [300 W x 250 H pixels]