Solar bids are lacking in speed
If solar remains, then inverters are here to stay. Let us talk about the next four-year trajectory, as the government deadline for 100 GW capacity additions is 2022.
In Need of Back-Up
In June 2018, the government has revised the targets for 2022 to increase the solar power capacity to 113 GW from the earlier set 100 GW. Though the industry has the capability to meet this, it is fighting policy-level challenges.
Ministry Of New And Renewable Energy, Solar Inverter, Mercom Capital, KN Sreevatsa, Anurag Garg, Schneider Electric, MR Rajesh, Power One Micro-Systems, GST, ABB, Sungrow India, Shekhar Singal, TMEIC, MNRE, Renjini Liza Varghese
Good Progress, but More Needed
India has taken a big leap in energy efficiency, with significant improvement in both supply-side and demand-side management in the past five years; the challenge now is to increase storage capacity and reduce T&D losses, says Renjini Liza Varghese.
Renjini Liza Varghese, T&D Losses, International Energy Agency, Transmission, Distribution, Intended Nationally Determined Contributions, United Nations Framework Convention, Climate Change, Saubhagya, DSM, Prakash Chandraker, Schneider Electric India, BEE, LED Lights, Smart Grid
The Power Enabler
Established in 1985 as a small enterprise in collaboration with a German company, Salzer Electronics today is a dynamic chain of four factories.
Salzer Electronics, Saelzer Schaltgerate Fabrik Gmbh, L&T, Plitron, GE, Schneider, Switchgear, Wire, Cable, Building Segment, Energy Management, DC Disconnectors, Electro-Magnetic Relays, CNC Wire Cut Machines, EDM Drilling
Making Grid Digital
In the coming years, the Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to make smart grids even smarter. The electricity delivery system proves to be a grid in continuous transition from a demand driven to a bidirectional energy system.
Smart Grids, Iot, Power Grid, Electricity Delivery System, IDC, Power Generation, Distribution, Urbanisation, Digitisation, Industrialisation, Making Energy Smart, Anil Kadam, Schneider Electric
Fourth Partner looking at expanding to Rs 1,000-cr company by 2020
Fourth Partner Energy, has announced growth and expansion plans to reach a revenue target of Rs 250-300 crore this year and Rs 1,000 crore in the next two years.
Fourth Partner Energy, Saif Dhorajiwala, Ferrero India, Vizag Smart City, Navodaya University, Schneider Electric, Symbiosis University, SECI, Chennai Angels, ADB, Oiko Credit, RBL Bank
Emphasise ‘digitisation’ to ensure ‘24x7 Power for all’
With an aim to further strengthen its commitment towards attaining a ‘New World of Energy’ that is more efficient, sustainable, reliable and connected, Schneider Electric, brought-forth the massive opportunities that can be leveraged through ‘digitisation of power distribution’, and presented its digital architecture, EcoStruxureTM Grid.