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Making India energy efficient
November 2017
Energy plays a critical role in the development of any country. By the year 2030, energy demand is estimated to increase by at least 35% thus creating greater demand for solutions that reduce energy consumption
Nuclear power will help India attain energy security
October 2016
Developing nuclear energy sources is the only way to bring energy security in India, former chairman of Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC), VP Raja said. He also said with climate change being the most important global agenda, it is important for India to also increase its renewable energy generation capacity.
Nuclear power will help India attain energy security
October 2016
Developing nuclear energy sources is the only way to bring energy security in India, former chairman of Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC), VP Raja said. He also said with climate change being the most important global agenda, it is important for India to also increase its renewable energy generation capacity.
Hassle-free loans to end-users will boost investments
July 2016
Government has targeted 40 GW of Rooftop Solar Installations till 2022. Though a very ambitious target, It is clearly a great opportunity for users as well as system integrators to avail the benefits and strive to work towards building up capabilities and meet the expectations.
Government should give more priority to the development of hydro power
May 2016
It is good to give considerable thrust for development of solar and wind, but the development of hydropower should not be given least priority compared with the other renewable energy sources (Solar and Wind).
Tata to set up 160 mw wind power projects
October 2013
To expand its renewable energy generation, Tata Power is setting up 160 mw wind projects through out the country. Tata Power already has an installed wind energy generation capacity of 398 mw with projects across Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.
Tata to set up 160 mw wind power projects
October 2013
To expand its renewable energy generation, Tata Power is setting up 160 mw wind projects through out the country. Tata Power already has an installed wind energy generation capacity of 398 mw with projects across Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.
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