Quality Pays Off
POWER TODAY recently visited Gujarat Borosil's state-of-art manufacturing unit in Bharuch. Known for many firsts, the company is fully geared up to take advantage of the solar wave, by manufacturing world's first 2 mm fully tempered solar glass, right here in India and market it globally.
Not in the race yet
India has embarked on an ambitious programme to add 9,000 MW of nuclear power capacity in the next few years, mostly riding on the new indigenously developed 700 MWe (mega watt electric) pressurised heavy water reactors (PHWRs) as part of its clean energy thrust.
Reliability, quality and standardisation are the three principal norms in the electricity segment. On one side, the retail consumers look for quality power supply. To make this possible, numerous electrical and electronic equipments play a crucial role.
India has a very promising solar resource, with tropical and sub-tropical regions. The DNI map of India depicts that several states in India are suitable for solar thermal projects.
Phoenix Contact´s new Ethernet HART multiplexer
HART is an acronym for Highway Addressable Remote Transducer. In very simple terms, HART devices are ´smart´ process instruments, and most 4-à20 mA devices are HART capable.
CRISIL reaffirms ratings for Inox Wind’s bank facilities
Inox Wind Ltd, announced that CRISIL has reaffirmed the ‘CRISIL AA-’ rating for it’s Long Term Bank Facilities. Additionally, the ‘CRISIL A1+’ rating on the company’s short-term bank loan facilities has also been reaffirmed. A global analytical company and is India’s foremost provider of ratings, CRISIL has revised its outlook on the long-term bank facilities of the company to negative from stable.
BHEL needS to diversify into other sectors too
In an exclusive interview, Anant Geete, Union Minister, Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, says that his ministry has plans to revive BHEL and the electrical equipment sector.
GMR Infra to raise funds
GMR Infrastructure is planning to raise funds through issue of non-convertible debentures, equity shares/equity linked instruments or any other securities up to an amount of Rs 25 billion.
Testing & measuring instruments
The T&M market in 2009-10 was pegged at around Rs 600 crore, with around 200 players, and now it has grown further, says Daya Kingston. The dynamics of the Indian power industry are changing and there is an inevitable shift towards smart grid applications.