Punjab may fire up units at Ropar plant
With the demand for power rising up to 12,500 MW, the Punjab Government has decided to restart the operations at two thermal units of Ropar power plant.
Road Ahead for New TPPs in India
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.
A buoyant market ahead
One of the essential components of a thermal or nuclear power plant is the cooling tower. Even in the modern age of renewable energy, solar thermal power plant requires a cooling tower application, though not in the same size and shape as that of a thermal or nuclear power station.
Call to complete power project on time
The Telangana State Thermal Project deadline should be strictly met, according to DK Dubey, Executive Director, NTPC Ramagundam. In a new year’s address at the TSTP project site, Dubey called upon the officials to complete the 2x800 MW as per schedule with strict adherence to safety.
No power producers have approached CIL | Goyal
No power producer has got in touch with state-owned CIL for supply of imported coal for plants in the current fiscal, Parliament was informed. ´No thermal power plant/coal company has approached CIL for supply of imported coal for 2016-17,´ Minister of State for Coal, Power, Renewable Energy and Mines Piyush Goyal said in a reply to Lok Sabha.
BHEL commissions 250 MW thermal power plant in Gujarat
BHEL has commissioned another Circulating Fluidized Bed Combustion (CFBC) technology based unit, at Gujarat. Commissioned at Bhavnagar Energy Company (BECL), the 2x250 MW thermal power plant is located at Padva village in Bhavnagar district, the company said in a statement.
102 NDMC buildings to have solar panels
New Delhi Municipal Council´s power department has stated plans to install solar panels at more than 100 buildings within their jurisdiction. Under the Smart City project, solar panels would be installed at 102 buildings of which 28 would produce 1.5 MW energy and 74 would generate 1 MW power, a senior NDMC official said.