Non-fossil fuels — renewables, nuclear and large hydroelectric power plants — will account for more than half (56.5 per cent) of India’s installed power capacity by 2027, according to a draft of the third National Electricity Plan (NEP3).
Non-fossil fuels–renewables, nuclear and large hydroelectric power plants–will account for more than half (56.5%) of India’s installed power capacity within the 10 years to 2027,
The global nuclear industry is going through a virtual meltdown on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.This is happening even as India is investing heavily in nuclear energy.
The power generation in the second unit of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KNPP) was stopped temporarily today following snag in the turbine of the unit
The second unit of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power plant started commercial generation of power on Friday
Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved USD 175 million loan to Power Grid Corporation to help the power producer diversify its power mix by supplying more clean energy.
Nuclear professionals from across Asia will benefit from extended cooperation agreed on by IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano and Sekhar Basu, Chairman of India’s Atomic Energy Commission last week.
India is moving towards achieving its target of tripling the nuclear power capacity of the country from July 2014 levels.
The service provider deal for the Rooppur plant will be signed during Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s visit April 7 onwards.
India and Bangladesh are expected to sign a civilian nuclear deal during Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s visit to India from April 7-10. This will lead to trilateral cooperation with Russia, which is building a nuclear power plant in Rooppur in Bangladesh.