Daily Archive: June 19, 2015

Hydel power pushes NTPC into global big league

State-run NTPC has switched on an 800 MW hydel plant to join a select group of global peers who span the entire fuel chain — coal, gas, hydro power and renewables — for generating...

Solar panel in Bijnor collectorate

In the wake of continuing power cuts, the collectorate will soon have a massive 15 kilo watt (KW) solar panel installed. The panel is also expected to reduce pollution levels caused by diesel generators....

India: Land of Opportunity for Solar Firms?

The increasing environmental pollution and depleting natural resources has compelled many countries to focus on alternative sources of energy, and a significant majority has chosen solar energy. Of the countries that have already started...

Coal: from deficit to surplus?

Coal production is improving in the country. The monthly production numbers of Coal India Ltd (CIL), India’s largest producer, in recent months show that production is increasing at a faster rate. What’s more, the...

New railway line to evacuate 20 mnt coal

The first phase of the ongoing Jharsuguda-Barpali rail link set to overcome the state’s coal evacuation woes, is expected to be completed by June 2016, a top official in the Coal ministry said here....

A Glass Half Full

Just a few miles away from the national capital Delhi, the industry in Uttar Pradesh’s Ghaziabad district is forced to take a day off every week because the state power distribution companies dont have...

Solar panel in Bijnor collectorate

In the wake of continuing power cuts, the collectorate will soon have a massive 15 kilo watt (KW) solar panel installed. The panel is also expected to reduce pollution levels caused by diesel generators....

Wind sector to add over 3,500 MW capacity in 2015-16

Wind energy turbine manufacturers expect 3,500-Mw wind capacity addition in the country during the current financial year. Madhusudan Khemka, chairman of the Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association (IWTA), said the country saw a total...