In an interview with ET, GE Renewable Energy CEO Jerome Pecresse said reciprocity was a fair idea. He also spoke about GE’s renewable energy business in India and said the worldwide trend of auctioning projects. Excerpts:
As the prospects for coal-generated electricity recede globally, India is one of the last bastions of the world’s oldest, dirtiest energy source
With the cheapest power from Bhakra Nangal and Beas projects all set to fall in the first quarter due to depleted level of water at reservoirs, the power utilities in Punjab and Haryana will have to spend extra buck to maintain adequate supply.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on central ministers and the Bharatiya Janata Party national executive to take a big leap forward in delivering on the promises of the government and party as the pace of achievements in the last three years needed to pick up although his administration had performed better than previous regimes
Conglomerates in India now have a Rs 17,000-crore investment theme built around an industrial fuel: liquefied natural gas (LNG). The Essar, Adani and JSW Groups, among others, are setting up LNG terminals along India’s eastern and western water margins as natural extensions to the port infrastructure, reflecting the increasing demand for the gas as an […]
A Chinese official has criticised India for staking claim over the legacy of ancient Tibetan medicine by filing a competing bid with China to declare it under UNESCO’s intangible cultural heritage list.
Solar tariffs in India fell to yet another record low at the NTPC-conducted auction of 250 MW at the Kadapa Solar Park in Andhra Pradesh on Tuesday night.
Two months ago, Rajasthan rolled back a hike in power tariff on agricultural connections imposed in September last year. The hike had been opposed by both consumers as well as non-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) political parties.
India will build pipelines to carry diesel and natural gas to Bangladesh as the world’s third largest energy consumer looks to strengthen ties with the neighbour.
Railways will go ahead with the proposal for running trains at a speed of 200 kms an hour on the Delhi-Chandigarh roRailways ute with French technical help to reduce the travelling time to about two hours.