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Solar's 1 million job bonanza
August 2018
From a perennially energy-deficient state with a peak shortage of 14 per cent in 2010 to a peak shortage of less than one per cent in 2018, India has moved miles from the days of energy blackouts and frequent power cuts.
Gas, a Better Option
January 2018
Energy is one of the most important commodities enhancing the growth of any country. And, India in the recent past has taken various steps in augmenting its resources with the aim of attaining energy security.
Hydro watered down
November 2017
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.
Stranded small hydro look to IREDA for relief
September 2017
Stranded small hydro power projects will receive concessional loans from MNRE, extended at an interest rate of up to 2 per cent, through the Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA).
Untapped Potential
March 2017
Capacity addition in Renewable Energy (RE) has shown a steady progress in the past decade. Though wind energy is leading the RE basket, solar, biomass and small hydro have made significant progress in the last few years.
Virtuaal Infra Power signs agreement with InfraCo Asia
January 2017
Green energy developer Virtuaal Infra Power Pvt Ltd (VIPL) has announced its association with Singapore based Infra Co Asia Development Pte. Ltd. The association will help Virtuaal Infra power in producing renewable energy in north-eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh.
Illuminating villages
April 2016
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.
Small is the new big
January 2014
In the recent past, hydro power projects have been kept on the backburner due to various issues such as environmental and social issues, policy hurdles and financial constraints. However, small hydro projects (up to 25 MW capacity) do not face such issues and can be a viable source of electricity in remote hilly regions.
Small is the new big
January 2014
In the recent past, hydro power projects have been kept on the backburner due to various issues such as environmental and social issues, policy hurdles and financial constraints. However, small hydro projects (up to 25 MW capacity) do not face such issues and can be a viable source of electricity in remote hilly regions.
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