IUPS is a JV between Uniper and India Power. Animesh graduated from IIT Kharagpur and holds an MBA degree from IESE Spain. Before IUPS, Animesh was working for Uniper and E.
'Power industry is under positive stress'
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In the past five years, coal power made up over two-thirds of capacity additions in India's generation, and currently accounts for more than 60 per cent of India's power capacity. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), India's coal demand will see the biggest growth over the next five years, despite a global slowdown.
ABB looks to make India power export hub
Swiss giant ABB as part of its increased India focus is looking at making India an export hub for power and automation technology solutions. The power major will scout for opportunities in software engineering, software applications and artificial intelligence through its newly launched venture capital arm, ABB Technology Venture.
Matching T And D infra to generation capacity critical
For several decades now, the power sector has focused its activity on the augmentation of its generation capacity in order to cope with burgeoning demand. So far, all eggs have been going into the production basket. However, it now seems that a vital link in this ecosystem has been largely ignored: that is, addressing our inadequate power evacuation infrastructure. This is the Achilles´ heel of the Indian power sector.
Technology is the backbone of smart grids
Currently in India, the Ministry of Power (MoP) has decided to develop smart grid in stages by taking up pilot smart grid projects. MoP set up the India Smart Grid Task Force (ISGTF) and India Smart Grid Forum (ISGF) to help prepare a roadmap for smart grid rollout and 14 smart grid pilots were approved for execution
Aggregate Technical And Commercial losses are considered to be an Achilles heel of Indias power sector. Problems in power distribution companies have accentuated over the years, mainly in the form of inadequate metering and data collection systems in place.
Renew, nuclear set to grow | Global Data
India´s cumulative installed capacity will more than double from 272.8 GW in 2014 to 609 GW by 2025, representing a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 7.3 per cent, according to research and consulting firm GlobalData.
DFs the way
What could be the worst situation for a nationalised or private bank than rising non-performing assets (NPAs), and that too from a sector, which has promised high returns, once implemented. Yes! We are talking about the power sector.