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Mission possible | Making waste-to-energy work in India
October 2015
Waste-to-energy can help India deal with the not only the increasing garbage disposal problem, but also address health and economic issues. It provides a largely unexplored potential for the country´s development.
A static mission
August 2015
Private firms in the sector are keen on becoming integrated players by investing in the transmission sector, where the rate of return is on a par with the generation sector (around 16 per cent).
SUBSIDY LEAKAGE:SWIPE It Away!
May 2015
The power sector, unlike others, defies easy reform options. The central government can, at best, advise the states on how to reform their ailing electricity supply businesses with sweeteners such as inexpensive power supply or cheap funds to improve the infrastructure, but it cannot force them to act.
The genesis of coal mining
February 2015
The bidding framework needs to have adequate risk mitigation measures in place for the bidders as well as procurers. None of us want to see another failed effort leading to cascading failure of assets from mines to power plants.
DFs Unplugged
October 2014
Once a success story in Indian power distribution, the distribution franchisee model has attracted core and non-core players. However, the entire model has been marred with high benchmark pricing, dilution in pre-qualification bids and most importantly lobbying of non-core players
Terrific Tariff
August 2014
The limited tariff hikes so far by SERCs for FY 2014-15, coupled with rising subsidy dependence to the tune of ` 72,000 crore for the sector as a whole, remains a concern for sector experts. The turf war over imposition of anti-dumping duty (ADD)
Giving grids the green edge
June 2014
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has promised to light up nearly 400 million Indian households through renewable energy by 2019. But experts feel that the Government will find it difficult to meet this target as it is proving difficult to integrate renewable energy with the national grid.Taking into consideration the significant increase in the country´s wind and solar power generation during the last few years and also the government´s growing focus on green energy, the need to facilitate large sca
We must go for floating solar
August 2012
In view of the acute shortage of land, the cost of floating solar is in the range of Rs 6-6.5 crore which is cheap, J P Gupta, Vice President (Engineering) Waaree Energies, said at the conference.
We must go for floating solar
August 2012
In view of the acute shortage of land, the cost of floating solar is in the range of Rs 6-6.5 crore which is cheap, J P Gupta, Vice President (Engineering) Waaree Energies, said at the conference.
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