DuPont to showcase new protective garment against electric arc flash at ME Electricity
DuPont is set to participate in the upcoming Middle East Electricity show to be held from February 14 to 16, 2017 at the Dubai World Trade Center. During the world's leading power event featuring power generation, lighting, and renewable and nuclear energy, DuPont will focus on showcasing its new Nomex® garment that protects users from electric arc flash
Nuclear power will help India attain energy security
Developing nuclear energy sources is the only way to bring energy security in India, former chairman of Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC), VP Raja said. He also said with climate change being the most important global agenda, it is important for India to also increase its renewable energy generation capacity.
The 2015 edition of BP´s Energy Outlook projected India´s energy production rising by 117 per cent to 2035, while consumption grows by 128 per cent. The country´s energy mix is projected to evolve very slowly over the next 22 years with fossil fuels accounting for 87 per cent of demand in 2035, compared with a global average of 81 per cent (down from 92 per cent now).
Legal blocks hold Nalcos nuclear project
National Aluminium Company (Nalco)´s plan to foray into nuclear energy generation has hit a legal roadblock. Though the aluminium major proposed to set up a Rs.12,000 crore nuclear energy plant in joint venture with Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd
Renew, nuclear set to grow | Global Data
India´s cumulative installed capacity will more than double from 272.8 GW in 2014 to 609 GW by 2025, representing a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 7.3 per cent, according to research and consulting firm GlobalData.
Mitigating Fuel Risks
To create jobs and reduce poverty, India has to grow faster; which cannot happen without sufficient power being made available to consumers. To achieve this, our successive governments have been grappling with policy guidelines and regulatory frameworks for this sector for the last 20 odd years.
The Nuclear Switch
It is the fuel of the future. For an energy-starved nation like India, nuclear energy presents huge opportunities, but it also poses immense challenges in implementation.