ABB installs EV fast charging station at NITI Aayog
The government thought leaders and ABB have committed to clean and electric mobility with the installation of an electric-vehicle (EV) fast charging station in New Delhi. The government policy think tank NITI Ayog has installed an ABB Terra 53 fast charging station for electric vehicles at the organization’s office in the national capital.
Advanced Technologies can Transform Energy Sector
Energy storage technologies have huge potential to significantly contribute to the transformation of Indian electric grid towards a greener, resilient and reliable grid within the next decade.
We are planning for more expansion-based investments
The first business of Mitsubishi Electric in India was equipment supply for electric locomotives to the Indian Railways in the early 1960's by its Transportation Systems Division in Japan.
Enabling Tariffs & Policies Called for
Renewable energy contributes over 22 per cent to India's installed power generation capacity. Although conventional fuels still dominate this segment, the share of renewable energy sources has been steadily increasing from about 8 per cent in 2009.
The PT India Power League
We at Power Today are pleased to present the Power 20:20, the league of 20 companies and 20 people who have made a mark during 2016-17 going by various parameters, for the 9th year in a row.
Biomass energy is generated through organic matter and can be utilised for various applications, to produce heat and electricity, or used in combined heat and power (CHP) plants; in combination with fossil fuels (co-firing) to improve efficiency and reduce the build up of combustion residues; to replace petroleum as a source for transportation fuels.
NGT scanner on mining pollution in Madhya Pradesh
The Central Bench of National Green Tribunal (NGT), has directed the Madhya Pradesh government to submit information on environmental damage caused by release of vehicles impounded for illegal mining in Barwani, Khargone, Dhar and Alirajpur districts of the state.
Coal supply to captive plants hit due to focus on IPPs
What I will prefer is, as usual the mines getting affected by monsoon has been the root problem again. For many mines, the dispatches have been drastically low. As a result many power plants have been asking for more and more coal from alternative sources
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