Empowering Students with New Energy
The task of taking seven million solar study lamps to students living in some of the most backward areas of India is not an easy one
A Cost Effective Proposition
A monopole tower is a new type of electricity and WiûFi transmission tower which takes up less space as compared to the conventional lattice tower.
ReNew Power launches Centre of Excellence with IIT-Delhi
ReNew Power Ventures Pvt. Ltd, announced the launch of the ‘Sumant Sinha ReNew Centre of Excellence (CoE) for Energy & Environment’ at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi. The CoE was inaugurated by Prakash Javadekar, Union Minister for Human Resource Development, GoI.
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 India and IIT Madras collaborate on micro-grid models
As part of the UDAY scheme, ABB India and IIT Madras will collaborate to develop a power management system to optimise the operation of multiple micro-grids, with and without grid connection, while managing electricity supply to villages.
Hydro power yet to take off
With increasing demand for electricity and rising gap between the demand and supply situation in India, there is an urgent need to tap all possible energy resources. Hydropower leads the list for various reasons.
Sanjeev Ranjan is the Managing Director (MD) of International Copper Association India (ICAI) since April 2011. In addition, he is also fulfilling the role of Sub-Regional Director of West Asia. ICAI is part of the worldwide network of copper promotion centres of the International Copper Association (ICA).
Navi Mumbai to house largest dam solar panel installation
The Morbe dam on Dhavari River in Navi Mumbai is going to house a a solar panel installation big enough to generate 20 MW of power. A three-year-old company that is carrying out the Rs 162 crore project claims the installation to be the largest in the world on a dam barrier, and the first in India.
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