Daily Archive: July 9, 2012

A journey to power green energy

People started seeing that since we are focussed only on REC, we bring a lot of intensity and execution capability. We have the expertise.” – Vishal Pandya, Director, REConnect Energy Solutions. They met through...

Bid to harness people power before going for nuclear

After the prolonged agitation against the Kudankulam project in Tamil Nadu, which is therefore behind schedule, Nuclear Power Corporation says it is trying to reach out to people to allay their apprehensions. The government...

Nuclear power safest among conventional options: DAE

Making a strong pitch for nuclear energy, the Department of Atomic Energy today said nuclear power is the “safest” among conventional options of power generation. “There is a need for nuclear power in India....

Power tariffs are bound to change

Power tariffs are bound to change. The energy sector is being buffeted by powerful forces that it had not anticipated a few years ago. It seemed to be the most lucrative business to get...

IIT-Bombay students to map country’s energy needs

Students from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay, are spearheading an initiative which looks at identifying the country’s energy needs, ways to bridge the demand-supply gap and the technologies that will be required...

Rs 11,000 cr debt: Can Suzlon Energy weather the big storm?

Tulsi Tanti dropped off the Forbes billionaire list three years ago, but the founder-chairman of wind turbinemaker Suzlon Energy is an incorrigible optimist, at least when he talks. “Nothing can deter entrepreneurs like us from forging ahead,” he...