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20 IPPs yet to begin construction work in Odisha
September 2015
In a written reply to the state assembly recently, Odisha Energy Minister Pranab Prakash Das revealed that as many as 20 IPPs are yet to commence their projects after signing memorandum of understanding with the state.
Ours is a “Power” ful Country
August 2015
While analysing the Government of India´s claims of creating several records in the power sector, despite having only completed the first year of their term, we thought that the records have to be set right.
Peak power shortage comes down to 3.6% in Sep
October 2013
India's peak power shortage in September came down to 3.6 per cent thanks to healthy monsoon season, says the Union government data. The peak power deficit or shortage in electricity supply when the demand is at its highest in the same period last year had soared to 13,246 mw or 10 per cent.
Peak power shortage comes down to 3.6% in Sep
October 2013
India's peak power shortage in September came down to 3.6 per cent thanks to healthy monsoon season, says the Union government data. The peak power deficit or shortage in electricity supply when the demand is at its highest in the same period last year had soared to 13,246 mw or 10 per cent.
India faced peak power deficit of 9,020 mw in April: CEA
July 2013
As scarcity of coal continued to haunt electricity generation, India witnessed a peak power shortage of over 9,000 mw in April this year.
India faced peak power deficit of 9,020 mw in April: CEA
July 2013
As scarcity of coal continued to haunt electricity generation, India witnessed a peak power shortage of over 9,000 mw in April this year.
India can follow Japan's solar policy to cut outages
June 2013
India suffers from a peak power shortage of between eight to nine per cent, which results in several hours of power cuts per day. Countries like India can follow what Japan has done. It recently introduced Feed-in-Tariff policy, making the country one of the world's fastest-growing users of solar energy.
India can follow Japan's solar policy to cut outages
June 2013
India suffers from a peak power shortage of between eight to nine per cent, which results in several hours of power cuts per day. Countries like India can follow what Japan has done. It recently introduced Feed-in-Tariff policy, making the country one of the world's fastest-growing users of solar energy.
India faced peak power deficit of 9,020 mw in April: CEA
June 2013
As scarcity of coal continued to haunt electricity generation, India witnessed a peak power shortage of over 9,000 mw in April this year. Peak power deficit, or shortage in electricity supply when the demand is at its highest, stood at 6.9 per cent or 9,020 mw in the month of April, according to latest data by the Central Electricity Autority (CEA).
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