Daily Archive: June 11, 2015

Hybrid device combines solar and wind energy

In an enterprise which could bring hybrid renewable energy to Indian rooftops, WindStream Technologies, a U.S.-based renewable energy technologies manufacturer, has launched its trademark product – SolarMill, at its newly inaugurated facility in Maheshwaram...

Sunny days ahead for Farmers,Punjab

India has been facing severe power crisis due to sharp increase in demand with economic growth, shortage of coal, &huge losses in transmission and distribution. In order to mitigate this demand-supply gap coupled with...

Rooftop hybrid renewable energy turbine launched

In an enterprise, which can bring hybrid renewable energy to the Indian rooftops, WindStream Technologies, a US-based renewable energy technologies manufacturer launched its trademarked product SolarMill, at its newly inaugurated facility in Maheshwaram mandal,...

SPDCL calls for bids for solar power

HYDERABAD: The Southern Power Distribution Company of Telangana Limited (TSPDCL) has called for Request for Selection (RFS) for procuring 2,000 mw of solar power on long-term basis through reverse tariff-based competitive bidding. The last...

Andhra Pradesh, Telangana seek green nod for power projects

Hyderabad: State-owned power producers of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana have separately approached the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) seeking clearance for the expansion of power projects in their respective states.   According to...

India beats major ecos in energy demand growth

NEW DELHI: India’s energy consumption grew at 7.1% in 2014-15, the highest rate of increase among major economies, whileenergy production rose by 4% to record the fastest pace in five years, according to BP...

ICF to begin data collection trial on solar-powered coach

India’s push for solar-powered trains is gaining steam with the Integral Coach Factory getting ready to undertake data collection trials on a solar-powered coach on various terrain and under different weather conditions.  Last week,...