Daily Archive: June 27, 2017

Government brings down losses in power transmission

JODHPUR: Desperate to contain the growing losses in electricity supply, the state government has succeeded in bringing down the aggregate technical and commercial losses (AT&C) by 4-5%, which has accrued a benefit to the...

Australia backs lithium mine to spur battery push

New Delhi: The Australian government will invest in a lithium mine for the first time, as part of a wide-ranging effort to shore up power stability in a market increasingly dependent on variable wind...

South Korea Just Announced a Major Energy Policy Move

South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in has announced a turnaround in the country’s energy policy, which is now headed toward a greener future. By 2030 the country  (which currently gets 70 percent of its electricity from...

Government to float tender for 500 MW solar park

Maharashtra, with the present solar installed capacity of 406 MW, has undertaken capacity addition of 2,500 MW by 2022 through public private partnership (PPP) and engineering procurement construction (EPC) basis. The state-run Maharashtra State...

Teesta-III a failed PPP project, alleges AIPEF

NEW DELHI: All India Power Engineers Federation (AIPEF) today slammed the Teesta-III power project as a failed example of public-private partnership since it is selling electricity at a discounted rate in open market, as...