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Breaking the IT/OT silos in the power industry to drive smart grid adoption
July 2019
Once impenetrable to technological advances, the power industry is in a state of churn.
Delhi, UP, Bihar to face power disruption
October 2018
4,200 MW of generation capacity that feeds the north Indian states like Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal are on the verge of a shutdown due to heavy rain.
Rosatom: A Global Leader in Nuclear Power
October 2018
Rosatom Russian State Atomic Energy Corporation is one of the global technological leaders in the field of nuclear technology. It is one of the largest companies of the Russian Federation.
Coal India output rises 14 per cent to 177 MT in four months
August 2018
In the first four months of the ongoing fiscal, CIL registered a hike of 14 per cent and is said to have produced 177.43 million tonne of coal.
Coal import call by power ministry temporary
August 2018
The recent decision of allowing states to import coal which was drawn by the Union Power Ministry is temporary in nature, informed Piyush Goyal, Coal Minister. He further confirmed that there has been a steady growth in coal production and dispatches by Coal India.
Coal India may limit supply to power plants with large stocks
August 2018
Coal India (CIL) will be restricting fuel supplies to power plants with large stocks in order to supply the ones running at a higher capacity but with low stocks.
Sterlite Power bags 6 transmission projects in Brazil
July 2018
In the recently concluded auction for transmission projects in Brazil, Sterlite Power has bagged six projects worth $1 billion, securing about 65 per cent of the capex under auction.
Coal is still the mainstay of the power sector
May 2018
The government's thrust in the last couple of years has been on renewables, and India has done quite well in strengthening this portfolio, especially in solar power.
Kerala State Electricity Board buys costly power
March 2018
For the first time this year, Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) has been forced to evacuate power from costly thermal and naphtha stations in the state. The utility was forced to purchase power from Brahmapuram and Kozhikode diesel power plants on March 9, the day that witnessed the highest power consumption of the year (77.5 million units).
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