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CEO Profiles
December 2017
A Mechanical Engineer by qualification, Gurdeep Singh, CMD, NTPC, has over 28 years of experience in power generation sector. He started his career with NTPC and has worked at various levels in both Indian and multi-national companies such as Powergen, CLP, IDFC, CESC and AES.
Em-powering one and all
December 2017
It has been an exciting journey of 9 years for Power Today, your beloved magazine, in chronicling and presenting an incisive analysis of events in power sector.
The PT India Power League
December 2017
We at Power Today are pleased to present the Power 20:20, the league of 20 companies and 20 people who have made a mark during 2016-17 going by various parameters, for the 9th year in a row.
Ujaas bags Rs.91-cr solar contract in Vadodara
January 2016
Ujaas Energy Ltd has bagged EPC order for 10 MW canal bank grid-connected solar photovoltaic power plant at Vadodara, Gujarat, from Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam Ltd worth Rs.91.78 crore.
Ujaas Energy bags order worth Rs.36.98 cr
December 2015
Ujaas Energy Ltd has announced that the company has bagged a new order, intimated through a Letter of Intent as issued by Electricity Department of Daman and Diu for setting up of 6 MW grid connected solar PV project including 5 years O&M on turnkey basis at Diu at approx cost of Rs 36.98 crore.
Power 20 - 20 | NHPC
August 2014
Despite the fact that hydroelectric projects are recognised as the most economic and preferred source of electricity, the share of hydropower in the total installed capacity in India has been declining steadily since 1963. The hydro share has declined from 44 per cent in 1970 to 18 per cent in 2013.
Water warrior
July 2014
With concerns growing over ongoing projects, NHPC's 10,000 MW target may not be achievable. However, the management is optimistic about achieving the same. Despite the fact that hydroelectric projects are recognised as the most economic and preferred source of electricity, the share of hydropower.
West Bengal will have to pay Rs.600 crore extra per annum for power
November 2013
West Bengal state government will have to pay three times higher price for the power to be produced by two major upcoming hydro power stations of total 292 MW
West Bengal will have to pay Rs.600 crore extra per annum for power
November 2013
West Bengal state government will have to pay three times higher price for the power to be produced by two major upcoming hydro power stations of total 292 MW
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