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Event | December 2017

Awards - 2016-2017

<span style="font-weight: bold;">August 2017 </span><br /> The cover story titled 'StUMPPed!!!' highlights the plight of UMPPs of Tata Power and Adani Power in the light of rise in coal prices due to change in regulations by Indonesia and Australia. But can India afford to forsake such huge assets built assiduously, is the question it raises. <p></p> <p> <span style="font-weight: bold;">July 2017</span><br /> The cover story 'UNCLEAR to NUCLEAR' says that While many countries are unable to take a firm stand on the future of nuclear power, India has done it - decided to go ahead with nuclear for lighting up the future of millions of its citizens.</p> <p> <span style="font-weight: bold;">June 2017</span><br /> The cover story 'Problem of Plenty' highlights that 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. </p> <p> <span style="font-weight: bold;">May 2017</span><br /> The cover story 'UDAY - Turning the Tide Truly' captures how UDAY has brought about an initial turnaround in discom efficiency during the last one year and suggests how vital is sustaining the pace for bringing the power sector out of the woods.</p> <p> <span style="font-weight: bold;">April 2017</span><br /> The cover story 'Blackouts under Control', while highlighting that India could avoid blackouts for four years does not mean that our grid infrastructure is robust, it suggested that the good efforts of today should continue to make it better by the day.</p> <p> <span style="font-weight: bold;">March 2017</span><br /> In the Budget 2017-18 edition, the cover story titled 'Solar shines!' highlights how the Union Budget is full of incentives for solar this time - in investment plans, village electrification and taxes. However, it calls for building special T&amp;D infrastructure on a war footing for the power with high intermittence.</p> <p> <span style="font-weight: bold;">February 2017</span><br /> In the cover story 'Green Grid Gap' focuses on how 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. The renew cover story discusses Wind energy and its potential. </p> <p> <span style="font-weight: bold;">January 2017</span><br /> The cover story 'RECord Gains!' discusses how Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs), which did not find takers till last year, have gained prominence after the Supreme Court upheld the constitutional validity of RPOs and their prospects. The renew cover story focused on the problems in boosting solar manufacturing.</p> <p> <span style="font-weight: bold;">December 2016</span><br /> The cover story 'Light at the end of Tunnel' focused on how debt stress in power companies is expected to ease with the advent of structural reforms. However, implementation is critical. The renew cover story on Biomass, titled 'Undervalued Gold' discusses the need to build scale. </p> <p> <span style="font-weight: bold;">November 2016</span><br /> The cover story 'Good Monsoon: A Mixed Blessing' focused on the monsoon and its impact on demand and supply on the power sector. Copious monsoon has turned out to be a boon for hydro and wind power segments, while it was a bane for coal-based power and solar plants.</p> <p> <span style="font-weight: bold;">October 2016</span><br /> The cover story 'Making TPPs Sustainable' looks into the new MoEFCC norms, which are expected to impose huge costs on power generators, even as they are necessary for the country in the emerging global ecosystem. For this the government should play a balancing act, the story suggests. </p> <p> <span style="font-weight: bold;">September 2016</span><br /> The cover story on gas-based power plants titled 'Reviving Gas Power' says that given low gas production within the country, only LNG imports could come to the rescue of stranded gas-based power plants. The renew cover 'A long way to go for Geothermal' highlighted the need to announce the long pending Geothermal Energy policy.</p>
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