Right policies are key to India's EV revolution
EV is the most talked about topic in the energy industry today, because two energy sectors are involved - electric supply and oil and gas. On the supply ecosystem, the government is working on a policy as to who should be responsible for setting up the charging infrastructure.
ABB installs EV fast charging station at NITI Aayog
The government thought leaders and ABB have committed to clean and electric mobility with the installation of an electric-vehicle (EV) fast charging station in New Delhi. The government policy think tank NITI Ayog has installed an ABB Terra 53 fast charging station for electric vehicles at the organization’s office in the national capital.
Advanced Technologies can Transform Energy Sector
Energy storage technologies have huge potential to significantly contribute to the transformation of Indian electric grid towards a greener, resilient and reliable grid within the next decade.
Hydro watered down
Hydropower segment has been facing numerous impediments to its growth. However, it has come into the government focus exudes hope that it will pick up pace going ahead.
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.
Coal to be India's energy mainstay| NITI Aayog
Coal will remain India's main energy source for the next three decades although its share will gradually fall as the country pushes renewable power generation, according to a government report. India is the world's third-largest coal producer and the third-biggest greenhouse gas emitter.
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