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Replacement Market to Drive BTG Demand
May 2017
While the government is bullish on capacity additions to meet the rising energy demand, the focus is clearly shifting from thermal to renewable energy. On one hand, the government is harping on the excessive capacity addition during the 12th Plan Period, on the other, it is taking a giant leap in building renewable energy capacity.
Only Collective Growth is Sustainable
January 2016
Let us start with the economic reform of India. After a big bang economic reform of Indian economy, Indian power sector was opened for private investment in generation, but with a license to generate. Indian power generation capacity addition growth rate was in between 24-26 per cent during 8th-10th five-year plans, with installed capacity as on March 31, 2002, 85,795 MW to 132,329 MW as on March 31, 2007 respectively.
Integrate Technology & Policy
December 2015
Concerted efforts are being made to push and evolve the Indian power system and to place greater reliance on renewables, the purported future of our energy ecosystem. While renewable energy encompasses several technologies such as hydropower, wind power, solar power, tidal power and geothermal power, amongst others, ambitious targets have been specifically set by the Government with respect to solar and wind energy in a bid to boost renewable installed capacity within the same.
We aim to add 4,500 MW of SHPs in the subsequent three years
October 2015
In an interaction with POWER TODAY, BK Bhatt, Director, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy talks about the status and development of SHPs in India.
Ushering in a level playing field
March 2015
Going by the terminology of economics, it can be said that restructuring of the electricity market has helped in abolishing the monopoly in the generation and transmission sectors and has brought in competition at various levels of market.
Initiatives for investment in hydropower development
February 2015
The government has taken a number of initiatives to boost hydropower development and hydro power projects in order to meet the country´s power requirements
Dumping implications on the solar PV industry
August 2014
At the request of three Indian solar cell and module manufacturers, an investigation of allegation of dumping of solar cells and modules was initiated in October 2012 by the office of the Directorate General of Anti-Dumping and Allied Duties (DGAD), Ministry of Commerce and Industry
Renovation & Modernisation: Leveraging age for new life
December 2011
Renovation and modernisation helps restore the nameplate capacity of the machine, remove the operational bottlenecks and extend the plant life, says Kameswara Rao. A typical coal-fired thermal power plant has
Renovation & Modernisation: Leveraging age for new life
December 2011
Renovation and modernisation helps restore the nameplate capacity of the machine, remove the operational bottlenecks and extend the plant life, says Kameswara Rao. A typical coal-fired thermal power plant has
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