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Firing Up
May 2018
The growth of DG sets would be driven by higher volumes in the mid- or high-horse power (HP) segment with the revival of key markets such as infrastructure, commercial and manufacturing.
We will be launching ARAI-certified gas engines
May 2018
With the economy growing at over 7 per cent, the need for power will continue to grow. We see the genset market growing at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of over 6 per cent in the medium term (3v5 years).
Picking up pace with technological changes
January 2018
Power electronics started with the development of the mercury arc rectifier. Invented by Peter Cooper Hewitt in 1902, it was used to convert alternating current (AC) into direct current (DC).
Cooper Corporation signs MoU with GRSE, for development of diesel engines for Indian Navy
October 2017
Cooper Corporation one of India’s leading engine manufacturers, entered into a strategic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers Ltd. (GRSE), A Government of India Undertaking – Under Ministry of Defence for joint development and manufacturing of small and medium diesel engines for marine applications.
Genset business will go up by $1.5 bn to $2.6 bn by year end
March 2016
The government announcements to boost the renewable energy sector and increasing domestic production of the coal exemplify Government of India´s efforts to improve the power situation.
The Powerful backup
March 2016
24x7 power supply is a rarity in India. There are very few places in the country that can boast of having continuous supply of power. All this has resulted in growth of inverters, UPS and DG sets, fondly called the ´power backup´ industry.
CPCB II Emission Norm is a breakthrough legislation
August 2015
Primarily, as an industry player, I seek reforms in the transmission and distribution sectors. If we bring down the current T&D losses, which stands at 26 per cent, by around 10 per cent, we can save Rs 3 lakh crore worth of power.
CPCB II norms: A saviour for back-up power
June 2015
The gap between power production and consumption is widening in India and will further vitiate with the government´s thrust on manufacturing. Since power outages have become the norm, industrial consumers are left with no option but to use diesel gensets. As such, with a genset power range of 10 kVA-200 kVA, the Indian market is about 100 thousand units per year.
Demand is set to be driven by smart grids and T&D
January 2015
The growth of industrial and commercial infrastructure in India coupled with the rising energy costs has fuelled the need for more reliable and energy efficient power management solutions.
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