The Powernomics of GST
Finally, Goods and Services Tax (GST) has arrived on July 1, 2017, and the first batch of filing of monthly returns is underway in August 2017. Like any other changeover, GST is also facing its initial pangs.
GST, One Nation, One Tax And One Market, Index Of Industrial Production, Aditi Nayar, Mining, GST Council, Power Generation, Central Electricity Authority, ICRA, Coal India Limited, FMCG, Bop, Wind Generator, Components
Shifting focus towards local manufacturing is a win
The industry, which today is worth more than Rs.36,000 crore, is expected will grow to Rs.64,000 crore by 2020. This is primarily because of huge government and private investment planned in segments such as smart cities, modernisation of railways, highways, Digital India campaign, and Power for All by 2022.
CMI Ltd, Amit Jain, CAGR, USP, General Cable Corporation, Solar Power, NPCIL, NTPC, DMRC, BHEL, EPCC, Make In India, GST
Making power sector more Eco-friendly
Ashok Sethi, COO & Executive Director, Tata Power, discusses how the Indian power sector being one of the prime sources of pollution, is presently going through a major transformation to ensure reduction in emissions.
Ashok Sethi, Tata Power, Wind, Solar Power, GDP, Coal Supply, NCEEF, PPA, Thermal Plants, RPC, CEA, Make In India
R&D in solar PV is taking place at a good speed
PV technology in India has completed more than 40 year and it is evolving continuously. Today, we occupy the position of a leader in the world's solar power market. India did a commendable job in the 1990s when manufacturing base was strengthened to over 300,000 smaller systems aggregated to 22 MW.
PV Technology, Amit Bansal, Vivaan, SPV Electricity, Solar Power Tariffs, GST, RTPV, DCR, PV Cells, MNRE, SEG, Goi
Vivaan Solar to light 4 NCR railway stations
Vivaan Solar has qualified to install 5 MW rooftop solar power plant at four major railway stations in Delhi/NCR. The tender was issued by Northern Railways, New Delhi for Anand Vihar terminal railway station, the Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station, the Old Delhi railway station, and the New Delhi Railway station, and their respective capacities are 1.1 MW, 0.6 MW, 2.2 MW, and 1.1 MW.