Technology and innovation will continue to be the catalyst
Aligned with the´Make in India´ initiative and the government´s green commitments, we aim to install 20 GW in the next six years. This is more than our installations till date but, is well within reach. We have established a multi-prolonged strategy that covers R&D, manufacturing and design as we endeavour to meet our goals.
Rising coal production may push up atmospheric CO2 levels
With its plans to double its coal production by 2020, India is likely to be the engine that drives global carbon dioxide pollution over the next few years. Global carbon dioxide production has remained unchanged at 36.4 billion tonnes a year for the last three years
Reinforcing its commitment to internet of things (IoT), services and people, ABB group announced the appointment of Guido Jouret, a pioneer of the Internet of Things, as its Global Chief Digital Officer, reporting to ABB group´s CEO Ulrich Spiesshofer, effective October 1, 2016
Honeywell Automation India Limited (HAIL) announced that Ashish Gaikwad has been appointed as Managing Director effective October 1, 2016. Gaikwad succeeds Vikas Chadha, who was recently named President, HAILa.
MP revives demand for unused BHEL land
A chorus has resumed in the Madhya Pradesh government for claiming unused land allotted to Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited in Bhopal during the 1960s.
Greasing the Wheels
Inadequate O&M can lead to minor faults or defects not being recognised. This not only impacts yield but can also result in major component failure, potentially leading to costly repairs and lengthy downtime.
Cooling towers, which reject heat from warm water emerging from industrial processes using either air venting or evaporation, have never been so popular in developing countries. T
India-EU agree to strengthen S and T collaboration
The Ambassador of Delegation of the European Union to India Tomasz Kozlowski called on the Union Minister for Science & Technology and Earth Sciences Dr. Harsh Vardhan to collaborate on science & technology in various fields.
Given the fact that a significant quantity of coal will continue to dominate India´s energy generation, energy efficiency becomes vital. As per the thumb rule: higher efficiency in the generation of electricity means, lower consumption of coal per unit of electricity generated.