Ducab invests in clean energy future
Ducab is working to power the region's renewable energy agenda through continued investments in both products and projects. In particular, the company is focusing more on solar, nuclear and wind energy.
No more wind-tariff decline in latest auction
Torrent Power, Re-New Power, Green Infra Wind Energy and Inox Wind Infrastructure were among bidders that won contracts in India’s largest auction of wind energy projects with tariffs that were at about the same level reached in the previous sale.
Safety and reliability in offshore development, installation and operation
TÜV SÜD will showcase its full portfolio of offshore wind energy services at the world's largest gathering for the offshore wind energy industry this year. At their exhibition stand, the offshore experts will advise professional trade visitors about the tests, inspections and certifications needed for international offshore projects. The exhibition will take place at the ExCel Exhibition Centre in London from June 6-8th, 2017 (North Hall, stand N-M60).
IWTMA expresses need for more policies in Rajasthan
Expressing confidence of growth of wind energy in the state, the Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association (IWTMA) discussed that in FY2015-16, Rajasthan installed 688 MW and the current total installation is 4,237 MW till January 2017.
Suzlon Wind receives AWEA Health and Safety Achievement Award
Suzlon Group, announced that Suzlon Wind Energy Corporation (SWECO), its wholly-owned USA subsidiary, received the Gold level AWEA (American Wind Energy Association) Health and Safety Achievement Award 2017 as an operations and maintenance service provider.
Mah discoms fail to pay Rs 2,300 cr dues
Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company (MSEDC) has failed to pay dues worth Rs 2,300 crore to renewable energy companies hitting their viability, sources have stated.
Mah discoms fail to pay Rs. 2,300 cr dues
Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company (MSEDC) has failed to pay dues worth Rs.2,300 crore to renewable energy companies hitting their viability, sources have stated.
Technology and innovation will continue to be the catalyst
Aligned with the´Make in India´ initiative and the government´s green commitments, we aim to install 20 GW in the next six years. This is more than our installations till date but, is well within reach. We have established a multi-prolonged strategy that covers R&D, manufacturing and design as we endeavour to meet our goals.
Work on JK's first wind power plant to begin in 2017-18 fiscal
The work on Jammu and Kashmir's first wind power project, to be built in Reasi district at an estimated cost of Rs 46 crore, will begin in 2017-18 fiscal, Finance Minister Haseeb Drabu has said. National Institute of Wind Energy (NIWE), an autonomous institute under MNRE, has identified a windy site at Bidda village in Reasi which has a potential to generate 25 MW power.