Daily Archive: March 28, 2013

India could be world number 4 in coal bed methane

Indian coal bed methane (CBM) pioneer Yogendra Modi believes the country’s huge coal fields could provide 10 per cent of its fast-growing gas needs within 20 years, displacing some potentially costly imports. His company,...

Prospects for Indian power sector bleak, says Moody’s

Even as the power sector in Asia offers bright prospects, the outlook for India’s power sector looks negative, according to a report by Moody’s Investors Service. The report titled “Asian Power Utilities (ex-Japan): Broad...

Violent Environmental Problems With Wind Turbine Operation

Renewable energy wind turbines as electricity sources possess extreme environmental problems not found in its renewable energy rival–solar photovoltaic.  These problems are due to rotation during operation of 130-foot or more long, thirteen-ton turbine blades with tip...

Is The Sky The Limit For Wind Power?

Wind power is growing faster than ever — almost half of the new sources of electricity added to the U.S. power grid last year were wind farms. But is the sky the limit? Several scientists now...

AP committed to supply 7-hour power to farmers: CM

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy today reiterated the Government’s commitment to ensure seven hour power supply to the agriculture sector in spite of the tough situation. During the debate in the...

Indian Coal Imports Rise 35% in February, Interocean Data Show

Coal imports to India, the world’s third-largest consumer, rose 35 percent in February from a year ago, shipping data show. Adani Enterprises Ltd. (ADE), Tata Group (TPWR), JSW Group (JSTL) and Steel Authority of India Ltd. were among importers...