Tagged: power sector

‘Power tariffs will benefit from GST’

With 34 years of experience in the power sector, IS Jha heads the country’s largest power transmission company, Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL). An electrical engineer from NIT, Jamshedpur, Jha has contributed...

Punjab joins “UDAY” scheme for power sector

Punjab joins “UDAY” scheme for power sector Saturday March 5, 2016 Chandigarh The Government of India, the State of Punjab and the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) under...

Power paradox

India’s power sector is facing a paradoxical problem. From a problem of shortages a few years ago, it now faces a problem of surpluses leading to sharply reduced utilisation of power generating capacity. Peak...

Power policy – Pitfalls and way out

Power policy – Pitfalls and way out There is an urgent need to place an alternate agenda for the reforms in power sector by the new Government for power sector development in the country...

CG Establishes Full-Fledged Presence in Dubai

— To sell full portfolio of electrical products and solutions in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region — To develop services of CG installed base in MEA Region Avantha Group Company CG has inaugurated...

AIPEF demands action against Reliance for its failures

AIPEF demands action against Reliance for its failures Saturday September 14 2013 New Delhi All India Power Engineers Federation has demanded that allocation of ultra mega power projects (UMPP) at Tilaiya and Krishanpatnam to...

Need to make power a national sector: Expert

India should make power a national sector and and de-link it from politics to meet the country’s growing electricity demand, an expert said Tuesday. “Declaring the power sector as a national sector would create the...

Government plans to boost renewable power in India

With the population of India currently standing at 1,241,491,160, the demand to tap the alternative sources of energy for power generation increases. Although India is presently positioned as the fifth largest producer of energy...