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More power to gas will fuel cogeneration
January 2018
The gas-based cogeneration in India is still a challenge because of gas pricing. Currently, it is difficult to motivate the consumer to go for the gas- based combined heat and power (CHP) option
Private sector steals a march over Co-op and PSUs in capacity
March 2017
Power infrastructure in India had really improved at least by 5- 6 % on an yearly basis, and the installed capacity had peaked up to 320 GW, by now. There has been a tremendous shift in renewable power as the same constitutes of 29% of the total installed capacity, mostly coming from wind and solar.
Sterling and Wilson Cogen Solutions enters JV
February 2016
Sterling and Wilson Pvt. Ltd. a world leader in the Turnkey MEP services and engineering, procurement and construction of distributed energy systems
Biomass power and cogeneration in India
May 2012
Biomass and cogen have their own sets of challenges but they can play a significant role in India’s energy mix, says Amit Kumar. India’s per capita energy consumption of 733 kWh is one of the lowest in the world and its power sector is characterised by shortages,
Biomass power and cogeneration in India
May 2012
Biomass and cogen have their own sets of challenges but they can play a significant role in India’s energy mix, says Amit Kumar. India’s per capita energy consumption of 733 kWh is one of the lowest in the world and its power sector is characterised by shortages,
How green is biomass?
October 2011
Biomass today is by far the most important source of renewable energy. The majority is “traditional” biomass in developing countries, i.e., burning of primarily wood, charcoal, agricultural residues and animal dung for heating and cooking, but the share of modern use of biomass for electricity generation and as feedstock for fuel generation is growing fast.
How green is biomass?
October 2011
Biomass today is by far the most important source of renewable energy. The majority is “traditional” biomass in developing countries, i.e., burning of primarily wood, charcoal, agricultural residues and animal dung for heating and cooking, but the share of modern use of biomass for electricity generation and as feedstock for fuel generation is growing fast.
Clenergen commences power generation at cogen plant
April 2011
Clenergen Corporation has commenced generation of electricity at its 27 MW/h cogen power plant at Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu.
Clenergen commences power generation at cogen plant
April 2011
Clenergen Corporation has commenced generation of electricity at its 27 MW/h cogen power plant at Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu.
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