Solar has many unique attributes which make it a preferred source of power, particularly in India, a densely populated country with a high energy deficit - where it can be rapidly deployed across most parts of the country, due to its modular nature and by virtue of it being environment friendly.
The key to achieving India’s energy goals
The Paris Climate Change Agreement came into force this year, marking a defining moment in international history. India emerged at the forefront of this development where it pledged to seek sustainable and smart solutions for the future.
Coal India ties up with APGenco
In need of fuel for its 2x800 MW power station at Krishnapatnam, APGenco has procured 5 million tonne of low quality (4,100 kilo calorie) coal from CIL subsidiary Mahanandi Coalfields in Odisha
Andamans to soon have solar-storage plants
The Andaman & Nicobar Islands, will soon have India´s first city-scale battery storage solar power plants supplying 24x7 power to remote locations. State-owned NTPC will set up a total 25 MW solar storage capacity on the main island of Port Blair as part of the Centre´s bid to rid the place of polluting diesel generators, its main source of power at present.
Multiple PSUs keen on hydel project
With private players shying away from the proposed 960 MW Jangi-Thopan-Powari hydel project in Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh, the state has now turned towards the PSUs for help.
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