India using just 7% of RE potential
Combining renewable energies like wind, solar, biomass and small hydro resources, India is using only 7 per cent of it. The cumulative renewable power installed capacity in December 2017 was 62.8 GW while in March 2018, it reached 69.5 GW.
The Solar Wiz
Krishnan Rajagopalan, Director - Business Development, Statkraft BLP Solar Solutions Statkraft BLP Solar Solutions has appointed Krishnan Rajagopalan as its Director- Business Development.
T&D sits with Rs.30,000-crore refinancing opportunity
From the projects handled, we have developed a core team of project managers and sub-contractors who understand every facet of the activity from design, construction to commissioning and have established a methodology for speedy construction from which we are progressing in transmission work along with established distribution work.
Enabling Tariffs & Policies Called for
Renewable energy contributes over 22 per cent to India's installed power generation capacity. Although conventional fuels still dominate this segment, the share of renewable energy sources has been steadily increasing from about 8 per cent in 2009.
Highest Growth Generating Company in Solar in Private Sector - Greenko Group
A leading owner and operator of clean energy projects in India, Greenko Group is involved in building a de-risked portfolio of wind, solar, hydropower, natural gas and biomass assets within India and intends to increase the installed capacity it operates by developing greenfield assets. Greenko's ultimate holding company is Greenko Energy Holdings, which is incorporated in Mauritius.
Cloud over Solar Power
India, with more than 14,000 MW of installed solar power capacity, is one of the fastest growing markets in the world. In September 2017, the country crossed 60,000 MW of renewable energy capacity, which includes mainly wind and solar energy.
Is Micro-grid the Answer to Rural India's Power Woes?
Micro-grid can be defined as a small network of electricity users with a local source of supply that is usually attached to a centralised national grid but is able to function independently. From India's context, rural micro-grid is a small electricity network implemented at a village level with its own generation unit.
Generate biomass energy out of stubble and garbage | Amarinder
Punjab CM Amarinder Singh has directed officials concerned to explore production of biomass energy by mixing stubble with garbage in order to eliminate garbage accumulation and stubble burning problems. He gave the directions at a meeting of the Local Government department which he chaired.