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.
The Power List
The Power Ministry had set a capacity addition target of 78,000 MW for the 11th Plan which was later reduced to 62,000 MW. The current capacity addition has been 34,462 MW till FY2011.
BGR Energy secures NPCIL contract worth Rs 444.48 cr
The Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) has awarded a turnkey implementation contract to the Electrical Projects Division (EPD) of BGR Energy Systems at two of its upcoming nuclear power plants.
Our cost of borrowing is the lowest
The Rural Electrification Corporation (REC) was incorporated to finance rural electrification plans. The company's CMD spoke about their USP and financing for T&D.
Among the clouds
The 210 MW Vankusawade wind farm in Satara, Maharashtra, is situated about 1,150 metres above sea level. R Srinivasan returns with a heady feeling about wind energy, partly due to the altitude.
Manpower is the biggest issue now
Queried about the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) segment, this is what the company's MD said, "India is set to see a massive infrastructure capex cycle over the next decade as the existing infrastructure fails to support India's massive population.
Desicions...or lack thereof
As Power Today turns three this month, it is time to take note of the biggest and the best of the power companies. Do not miss the Power List 2011 in this issue, along with the analyses and stories!
The private sector's share in power generation, it is expected, will go up from 10 per cent during the 11th Plan to about 35 per cent in the 12th Plan, says Somesh Kumar.