How to save India's ailing power sector
India's state utility companies make losses of $9 billion annually. While raising tariffs for consumers or farmers is an option - it remains unlikely given upcoming elections or political pressure.
We see a sharp dip in EPC work in 2018
The Indian solar industry had close to 9 GW of engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) work in 2017, and we are expecting a sharp dip in 2018.
Call to complete power project on time
The Telangana State Thermal Project deadline should be strictly met, according to DK Dubey, Executive Director, NTPC Ramagundam. In a new year's address at the TSTP project site, Dubey called upon the officials to complete the 2x800 MW as per schedule with strict adherence to safety. Also present on the occasion, UK Dasgupta, GM - O&M, underlined the importance planning to get things done on or before the scheduled time.
Waaree Energies installs solar rooftop panels at Growel’s101 Mall
Continuing its efforts to promote the use of Solar PVC modules as a viable energy source, solar product manufacturers Waaree Energies, has installed solar rooftop panels at Growel’s corporate office located in Growel's Mall, Kandivali (Mumbai).
Inox Wind bags repeat order from SVL for 50 MW
Inox Wind Ltd, has bagged a repeat order from Surya Vidyut Limited for a 50 MW wind power project at Rojmal, Gujarat. The order which will be executed on turnkey basis, involving supply and installation of 25 units of Inox’s 100 meter rotor WTGs, is scheduled to be commissioned by December 2016. With a capacity of 400 MW, the Rojmal site is one of the largest wind farms in Gujarat.