Problem of Plenty
India has become a power surplus nation, albeit with certain caveats. In its wake, it has changed the whole paradigm of generation sources, with solar and wind hogging the spotlight and coal being relegated a bit.
Green Grid Gap
Green Energy Corridor planned to carry ´intermittent´ solar and wind power from producers to consumers efficiently, is yet to catch up with the pace of capacity creation.
Clouds around coal
Coal plays an essential role in our global energy mix, particularly in India and the developing world through electricity generation. This fossil fuel has gained prominence due to its availability in abundance in the bowels of earth, lack of disastrous impact like nuclear plants do, and favourable economics it continues to enjoy in power generation
Power & Transport sectors need to transform
Power and transport are the most critical sectors that would need to be set on the immediate transformation trajectory. Here the scope of high emission lock-in in terms of infrastructure
Looking at implications, not at changing strategies
At this point in time we are not thinking of changing strategies, but looking at implications. As a responsible company we also plan to interact with the government on the MoEF norms, the direction of which is going that (Paris Summit) way.
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