PSUs can save the day
PSUs have been largely responsible for canvassing India's growth story and economic cornerstones. In times of economic downturn, they have been a contractor's best bet, being cash-rich and less susceptible to vagaries.
Power quality concerns for developing economy
There is a dire need for all concerned to deliberate on the vital issue of power quality and the latest technologies for mitigation and improvement of power system efficiency and reliability, says Manas Kundu.
Regulators and Policymakers Retreat 2013
The Independent Power Producers Association of India with the support Ministry of Power, Government of India is organizing its Annual Flagship Event, The14th Regulators and Policymakers Retreat, 2013 from 1st 4th August 2013 at Goa.
Balance of plant
If the 12th Plan has its way, there should be a huge demand of BoP equipment and contractors to meet the power sector requirements, yet, as Purnendu Chaubey analyses, one of the challenges confronting the BoP business is lack of competency in execution of BoP projects.
Coal shortage hits generation at NTPC's simhadri plant
Shortage of coal supply at Visakhapatnam NTPC's Simhadri super thermal power station has hit the power generation. The power station has been unable to generate power optimally since a month due to the acute shortage of coal supply, which can only add to the state's power woes.
India generated 161.81 bn units power in May
India's total generation of power during the last May has been 161.81 billion units which was 104.60 per cent of the actual generation during the same period last year, 2012.
Centre takes steps to supply power to TN
Requests from various States, including Tamil Nadu, have been received by the Union government for allocation of additional power of Central Generating Stations to meet shortage of power.
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