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Nuclear pacts improve Generation Potential
December 2015
In terms of clarity of vision and rationale, our 3 stage nuclear energy programme is unparalleled. Yet, for various reasons, the Indian nuclear power sector has not achieved its true potential. For decades, we had to develop indigenous technology, prove it, mature it and then scale it from 220 MW to 550-700 MW in the recent years. Later, shortage of Nuclear fuel put limitations to the rate and scale we could have grown.
Transmission Conundrum
June 2015
India´s current aggregated technical & commercial (AT&C) losses have been estimated to be around 27 per cent of the electricity generated. Such high AT&C losses are counted as one of the main reasons for the state electricity board´s (SEBs) financially weak status.
Centre plans to add 5.3 GW of nuclear capacity in 12th Plan
May 2012
According to a government report, the Centre envisages a capacity addition of 5,300 MW in nuclear power during the 12th Five Year Plan, which includes two 1,000 MW units at Kudankulam which are being built by Nuclear Power Corporation with Russian collaboration.
Centre plans to add 5.3 GW of nuclear capacity in 12th Plan
May 2012
According to a government report, the Centre envisages a capacity addition of 5,300 MW in nuclear power during the 12th Five Year Plan, which includes two 1,000 MW units at Kudankulam which are being built by Nuclear Power Corporation with Russian collaboration.
India is mainly dependent on PHWR technology
February 2012
Queried about the difference between the US and Indian nuclear equipment market in terms of technologies, this is what MV Kotwal, President (Heavy Engineering) L&T, informs R Srinivasan.
India is mainly dependent on PHWR technology
February 2012
Queried about the difference between the US and Indian nuclear equipment market in terms of technologies, this is what MV Kotwal, President (Heavy Engineering) L&T, informs R Srinivasan.
Beyond Fukushima
June 2011
Analysing the nuclear accident and its consequences, Sudhinder Thakur says that reactors post 11 March 2011 need to be safer than the pre-Fukushima accident and suggests that the nuclear community should restore public confidence in nuclear safety.
Beyond Fukushima
June 2011
Analysing the nuclear accident and its consequences, Sudhinder Thakur says that reactors post 11 March 2011 need to be safer than the pre-Fukushima accident and suggests that the nuclear community should restore public confidence in nuclear safety.
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