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India-Russia set trade target to USD 50 billion by 2025
October 2018
During the 23rd Inter Governmental Commission (IGC) on trade, economic, scientific, technological and cultural cooperation, India and Russia discussed ways to increase trade, remove barriers in business and the possibilities of working together on projects in third world countries.
"Power trading to register a double-digit growth"
October 2018
Rajesh Kumar Mediratta, Director Business Development, Indian Energy Exchange (IEX) expects an over two-fold increase in the electricity trades in India. The revival in the industrial demand, expansion in renewable energy generation, shift to short-term PPAs, cross-border deals with, especially the SAARC member countries and the evolution of electric mobility are among the key factors that will spur the demand.
India's FY18 thermal coal imports up 8%
August 2018
The recent government data showed that India’s thermal coal and coking coal imports rose by 8 per cent and 13 per cent respectively, for the first time in three financial years. The increase in imports will be a boon for international miners like Indonesia's Adaro Energy, Australia's Whitehaven Coal and global commodity merchants such as Glencore.
LAPP is simplifying and unifying its global brand identity
June 2018
LAPP, experts in connection technology, has unified itself to one brand. By using the name LAPP in uniformity, the family company is underlining its international alignment and positioning themselves as world leader in connection technology.
Solar dispute: US hardens stand against India at WTO
February 2018
The United States has blocked a request from New Delhi for allowing a World Trade Organization (WTO) compliance panel to determine whether India has removed the mandatory domestic content requirements and other restrictive measures imposed on imported solar cells and solar modules, according to sources.
LED Expo gears up for 2017 with smart solutions in lighting technology
April 2017
In 2009, India began a plan of replacing 4 million inefficient incandescent bulbs with CFL by 2012. By 2013 several Indian states announced plans of replacing some 200,000 fluorescent tube lights with LEDs
Solar tenders and auctions have slowed in India | Mercom
April 2017
While solar installations in India have picked up speed, tender and auction activity have been slowing down over the last couple of quarters. According to the Mercom India Solar Project Tracker, about 1.9 GW of solar was tendered in Q1 2017 (1 GW of this was a retender) compared to 3.4 GW in Q4 last year.
DuPont to showcase new protective garment against electric arc flash at ME Electricity
February 2017
DuPont is set to participate in the upcoming Middle East Electricity show to be held from February 14 to 16, 2017 at the Dubai World Trade Center. During the world's leading power event featuring power generation, lighting, and renewable and nuclear energy, DuPont will focus on showcasing its new Nomex® garment that protects users from electric arc flash
Nepal looks to end load shedding, imports power from India
January 2017
In an effort to end load shedding, Nepal has received 40 MW of electricity from India, taking the total import of power from the country to 340 MW. The power is being given through the 132 kV Dhalkebar-Muzaffarpur Transmission Line, as per an agreement signed with Power Trading Corporation, India.
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