New Energy Policy to Be Finalised Shortly
The centre is in the process of shortly finalising an energy policy for the country a senior official of the government think tank NITI Aayog informed at an energy storage event in New Delhi on Tuesday.
UDAY will take 4-5 years to turnaround power discoms
The growth in power demand accelerated significantly in the current financial year. UDAY is certainly a key contributor to this because the immediate savings in cost (the restructuring plan, on an estimated basis, reduced interest costs by as much as 47 paise per kWh), allowed utilities to maintain tariffs at lower levels, thus attracting more marginal consumers.
Technology enables BoP to overcome sluggishness
To meet the growing power demand in India, resource generation capacities are being enhanced continuously and while coal based thermal power plants are still the main sources of generating electricity, wind and solar generating capacity have increased many folds over the past few years.
Kenya among world's largest generators of geothermal energy
Growing energy demand, abundance of renewable energy resources, competitive costs and strong political commitment to the sector both locally and internationally, make East Africa a promising region for the development of renewable energy projects.
DEWA cooperates with Électricité de France
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has signed an MoU with the French electricity company (Électricité de France) to enhance further cooperation and facilitate exchanging of expertise in areas of mutual interest.
Dont need more coal power units | CEA
The country's peak power demand at the end of the financial year 2021-22 will be 235 GW, down 17 per cent from the estimate made in 2012, CEA has said. With this revision, taking into account the lower-than-estimated economic growth in the five years to March 31 2017, the CEA reckons that the country wouldn't need any more coal-based power stations, other than the 50-GW under-construction capacity, till 2027.
Don’t need more coal power units | CEA
The country’s peak power demand at the end of the financial year 2021-22 will be 235 GW, down 17 per cent from the estimate made in 2012, CEA has said. With this revision, taking into account the lower-than-estimated economic growth in the five years to March 31 2017, the CEA reckons that the country wouldn’t need any more coal-based power stations, other than the 50-GW under-construction capacity, till 2027.
CIL to miss FY17 sales target
Coal India, which is already more than 40 million tonnes short of its sales goal in the first eight months of this financial year, is likely to miss the year´s target by a large margin unless power demand picks up drastically, analysts indicated.