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Road Ahead for New TPPs in India
December 2017
Millions of Indians are yet to see the light of the day, without electricity connection. Pace of demand growth is far behind that of supply. The fossil fuels are being relegated and renewable sources are inducted in a big way.
Highest Growth Conventional Fuel Company in Public Sector - Coal India
December 2017
Coal India is a state-controlled coal mining company. It is the largest coal producer in the world. Founded in 1975, it produces over 84 per cent of coal in India.
CEO Profiles
December 2017
A Mechanical Engineer by qualification, Gurdeep Singh, CMD, NTPC, has over 28 years of experience in power generation sector. He started his career with NTPC and has worked at various levels in both Indian and multi-national companies such as Powergen, CLP, IDFC, CESC and AES.
Em-powering one and all
December 2017
It has been an exciting journey of 9 years for Power Today, your beloved magazine, in chronicling and presenting an incisive analysis of events in power sector.
Racing Ahead of Demand
December 2017
The power sector, over a period of six months, has witnessed large scale investments in the power generation segment leading to an increase in the installed capacity to 329 GW as on September 30, 2017 from 132 GW as on March 31, 2007.
Logistics clouding coal
December 2017
Though weak logistics support and lack of preparedness of power plants are to be blamed for the recent coal shortage at power plants, the crisis could have been avoided with better co-ordination among stakeholders.
India's route to 'Clean Coal'
December 2017
India is planning major investments in its power generation and distribution infrastructure as nearly 400 million Indians lack reliable energy supply. Most of this investment will be made in the renewable energy sector.
No clear roadmap
December 2017
The outlook for thermal power generation market is not negative as India is still hugely underserved on electricity. The current limbo is caused by a sudden addition of about 100 GW in a five year period, driven by a policy of coal block allocation i.e., a rush encouraged by the premium from fuel shortages.
Coal availability not a concern, but logistics is
December 2017
One, minimising the transportation constraints, so rake availability and coal supply is ensured. The second is better co-ordination.
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