Rural Electrification Rs.400 Billion Opportunity!
The Indian power equipment industry aspires to become a $100-billion industry by 2022, and its golden days have begun with programmes like rural electrification under the Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gram Jyoti Yojna
Right policies are key to India's EV revolution
EV is the most talked about topic in the energy industry today, because two energy sectors are involved - electric supply and oil and gas. On the supply ecosystem, the government is working on a policy as to who should be responsible for setting up the charging infrastructure.
EVs: A Techno-Commercial Analysis
Electric Vehicles (EVs) offer a promising technology pathway for cutting down oil use and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions on a per-kilometre basis. EVs can achieve 50 g of CO2 emission per kilometre compared to the conventional, internal combustion engine (ICE) cars, which emit between 100 and 150 g of CO2 per kilometre.
Not just energy efficient, our products are smarter too
We have displayed energy efficient motors. Internet of Things (IoT) is bringing a revolution in the motor business. New slip-ring motors, which are displayed, is highly energy efficient. When we talk about power consumptions, motors play a major role.
Powering ahead full steam
Indian electrical equipment industry, broadly classified as generation equipment and transmission and distribution (T&D) equipment, manufactures products ranging from high- technology equipment to low-technology electrical components.
The next decade manufacturing will focus on cognitive solutions
Siemens has been a pioneer in motor manufacturing. The company's manufacturing setup in Kalwa is one of the oldest Siemens setups in India. It was also the first to manufacture the entire range of energy efficient motors (labelled as IE1 & IE2) in India in 2011.
Globally, Electrical Motors Driven Systems (EMDS) use around 70 per cent of the electricity consumed by industry. Since the industry accounts for around 40 per cent of electricity demand in India, it follows that motors use around 28 per cent of total electricity, making it larger user than lighting at 24 per cent.
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