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Awaiting discom revival
September 2016
About 10 years down the line India´s energy sector seems to have turned around from an era of scarcity and now faces the problem of plenty, with over 25,000 MW of capacity lying idle or underutilised. The sad part is that states are not acquiring or buying power to be able to give their residents uninterrupted power supply.
Realising the potential
June 2016
With truckloads of untreated waste being generated daily, while the country is struggling to achieve consistent power supply to all, waste-to-energy seems to be a bright proposition. However, awareness and implementation remain major constraints.
The Power Paradox
May 2016
The power sector of the country seems to be full of contradictions - there are about 300 million people who do not have access to power, about a third of the population is not lucky enough to escape scheduled and unscheduled power outages, but about 25,000 MW of installed capacity is unable to find buyers, the reason is that most of the power distribution companies (Discoms) are unable to buy enough power to cater their customers´ needs and even if they are ready to do so, there are not enough transmission lines to transfer excess power from pockets of plenty to the needy geographies.
It is a myth that ultra-supercritical technology comes at a higher cost
September 2015
The concept of ´Supercritical technology´ was introduced as a ´National Plan´ in the report on Integrated Energy Policy of 2006, issued by the Planning Commission in India.
Task force to promote solar energy
September 2013
A task force, headed by the member of the Planning Commission (energy) BK Chaturvedi, has been set up to oversee efforts to boost production of solar energy. The panel comprises officials from the Ministry of new and Renewable Energy, the Ministry of Power and the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC), among others.
Task force to promote solar energy
September 2013
A task force, headed by the member of the Planning Commission (energy) BK Chaturvedi, has been set up to oversee efforts to boost production of solar energy. The panel comprises officials from the Ministry of new and Renewable Energy, the Ministry of Power and the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC), among others.
How to sort out coal shortage issue plaguing the Indian power industry?
March 2013
India's power sector consumes about 80% of the coal produced in the country. With uncertainty over supplies from the largest coal producer, the industry has been plagued with a massive shortage in supply.
How to sort out coal shortage issue plaguing the Indian power industry?
March 2013
India's power sector consumes about 80% of the coal produced in the country. With uncertainty over supplies from the largest coal producer, the industry has been plagued with a massive shortage in supply.
PM asks Panel to organise clean energy ministerial in April
March 2013
The Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has asked the Planning Commission to organise the fourth clean energy ministerial summit from April 17-18, a directive that comes as part of entrusting the advisory body a nodal role in implementing the government's multi-pronged efforts on renewable energy.
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