arlier in November 2016, India signed an agreement with the organisation in this regard. The agreement was signed by Chairman of Atomic Energy Commission Sekhar Basu and CERN
India is poised for huge growth in solar energy and it won’t stop at the 100GW solar power target to be achieved by 2022, Power Minister Piyush Goyal has said.
Indian Railways will also float tenders for 23 more stations that are to be redeveloped, including Pune, Howrah, Kanpur Central, Chennai Central, and Bandra Terminus among others, on the day of initiation of the project.
The S11X 2.1 MW platform features the Doubly Fed Induction Generator (DFIG) technology, which is designed to optimally harness available wind resources, the company said, adding that it not only delivers higher energy yield, but also offers higher return on investment for customers.
Renewable energy company, Suzlon Group has won a 226.8 MW wind power project order from a leading Independent Power Producer (IPP).
One of the essential features of the Smart City proposals (SCP) is uninterrupted electric supply with at least 10% of the city’s requirements coming from solar energy.
India’s civil nuclear liability law doesn’t seem to stop haunting its atomic sector, with US major GE expressing concern over the absence of a “sustainable regulatory environment” and seeking more “clarity” before entering into a partnership with the Indian side.
India and Vietnam signed a civil nuclear cooperation agreement on Friday, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserting that it will further strengthen the comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries. The two countries also signed three other agreements — to enhance aviation links, to jointly work in the area of energy efficiency and promotion of […]
In what would further encourage investments in renewable energy projects, the state government has exempted electricity duty of 40 paise per unit for rooftop solar and captive units.
The automated control systems for two nuclear power plants in Tamil Nadu’s Kudankulam will start arriving to India from Russia 2018 onwards, the Russian State Nuclear Corporation (Rosatom) said.
The burden of subsidising the power bills of agricultural and low-income families is set to move from industrial consumers to large domestic and commercial consumers of electricity.