Vikram Solar conferred with three prestigious awards
The globally recognised leading solar energy solutions provider, Vikram Solar has bagged three prestigious awards this week. The company has been honoured with Zee Business Dare to Dream Award, Kolkata Best Employer Brand Awards and Kolkata Manufacturing Leadership Awards.
‘Eterno Intello’ water heaters by Racold
Racold Thermo Private Limited has launched a new range of innovative and technological storage water heaters, ‘Eterno Intello’ to further consolidated its position in the segment in the country.
DVC to resume power supply to MP
Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC), which had snapped supply to Madhya Pradesh after dues mounted to Rs 800 crore, has agreed to resume the service once the coal stock in its plants improves. The decision followed an assurance from the State-run distribution company of clearing the outstanding in tranches.
EESL may bag Rs. 300-cr contract to install LED lights in Kolkata
Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL) expects to bag a Rs 300-crore contract to replace street lamps in Kolkata with energy efficient LED lights. The project is expected to bring about major savings to the city civic authority´s annual electricity bill of Rs 125 crore.
We will be known as an Indian company
Gopal Krishan Gupta, CEO, TBEA Energy, speaks on his company´s expansion plans and focus areas. TBEA has already captured 27 per cent of the Indian market of 765KV transformers, we have successfully penetrated the Indian market through major central and state utilities such as PGCIL, NTPC, GETCO, HVPNL and esteemed private customers like Andritz Hydro Pvt Ltd.
Power sector is under pressure for corrective action
Change in the political dispensation may reverse the direction, even though it will be a difficult task as it will need collective action at federal and state level, says Mahendra Kumar, Chief Executive Officer, Reliance Energy Trading Limited, in an interaction with Karthik Muthuveeran, while discussing about distribution reforms.
CESC to set up 10.6 MW solar plant in TN
CESC is setting up a 10.6 MW solar plant in Tamil Nadu. The self-rotating solar panel project will be commissioned in the next month itself and the company is investing nearly Rs 95 crore in the project, Sanjiv Goenka, group chairman, said in Kolkata. The company had earlier commissioned its first solar unit of 9 MW in Gujarat.
Lanco in talks with four buyers for Udupi project
Lanco Infratech Ltd is in talks with four firms, including Kolkata-based CESC Ltd, for the sale of its 1,200 MW Udupi Power Corp. Ltd in Karnataka as it attempts to pare its debt burden. Lanco, which is looking at a valuation of around Rs 3,000 crore for the imported coal-based thermal power project, recently announced the sale of its 70MW Lanco Budhil hydropower project and two smaller plants of 5MW each in Himachal Pradesh to Hyderabad-based clean energy producer Greenko Energies Pvt Ltd for a