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In Need of An Overhaul
May 2018
Growth of rooftop solar installations in 2018 is likely to witness a decline on the back of regulatory complexity and policy uncertainty. POWER TODAY spoke to a cross-section of experts to understand what it would take to return traction to the segment.
Crude prices: Brace up for impending storm
December 2017
India has benefitted immensely from lower crude oil prices, which fell over 50 per cent in 2014 and 2015, till recently. It helped the government in handling of inflation and fiscal and current account deficits.
In the realm of numbers
July 2016
In science, engineering and management education, we have internalised the principle of taking decisions based on data. Even medical practitioners have moved away from palpating, feeling, hearing our symptoms and then ôshooting in the dark´, to taking decisions based on data, as diagnostic technologies have advanced
Subsidies to gas-based power plants flayed
January 2016
CPI (M) politburo member BV.Raghvulu took strong objection to Andra Pradesh's decision to extend subsidies to the tune of Rs.1,200 crores to gas-based private power plants, which had incurred losses owing to non-availability of gas
J&K's plea to Centre to consider power projects
April 2013
The Centre should take a sympathetic view on the people's demand in Jammu and Kashmir for return of power projects to the state in view of the dismal electricity supply scenario. The State Secretary of CPI (M) MY Tarigami said while addressing a rally in south Kashmir.
J&K's plea to Centre to consider power projects
April 2013
The Centre should take a sympathetic view on the people's demand in Jammu and Kashmir for return of power projects to the state in view of the dismal electricity supply scenario. The State Secretary of CPI (M) MY Tarigami said while addressing a rally in south Kashmir.
UMPPs for Orissa's power generation?
February 2011
In the first of a two-part series, a paper by students of IIM (Bangalore) speaks of how ultra-mega power projects (UMPPs) can turn Orissa, which is now a power deficit state, into a power supplier.
UMPPs for Orissa's power generation?
February 2011
In the first of a two-part series, a paper by students of IIM (Bangalore) speaks of how ultra-mega power projects (UMPPs) can turn Orissa, which is now a power deficit state, into a power supplier.
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