The Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MoMSME) is organizing an awareness programme on Energy Efficient Technology for MSMEs in West Bengal.
In a role reversal of sorts, domestic users can produce their own electricity and ‘sell’ it to Madhya Pradesh government
DMK working president M K Stalin on Friday submitted a representation to petroleum and natural gas minister Dharmendra Pradhan opposing the proposed hydrocarbon exploration and extraction project in and around Neduvasal village in Pudukkottai in Tamil Nadu Stalin met the minister in New Delhi.
Power Grid Corp of India Ltd to get $500-million loan from Asian Development Bank (ABD) on 23 February 2017.
The central power transmission company, ministry of finance, and ADB signed an agreement for the loan on Thursday, and the disbursed funding will be used for Power Grid’s two different projects
The government can lower tax rates if people pay their dues sincerely, Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal said today.
Even as power generation by state-run Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd (GSECL) declines, the share of the central sector’s contribution to state’s electricity generation has almost doubled over the last five fiscals.
Wind power contracts: In first-ever tariff-based auction, rates plunge to historic low of Rs 3.46/unit
Renewable energy producers posing a challenge to coal-based power might have once been considered a remote possibility, but not any longer. While solar tariffs have fallen to an unexpectedly low R2.97 per unit in the latest round of bidding, the first ever tariff-based auction for long-term wind power contracts saw tariffs plunging to a historic low of R3.46 a unit in the early hours of Friday.
GE T&D India today said its Managing Director Rathindra Nath Basu has resigned from the post and will take take a global role in GE Grid Solutions as Chief Commercial Officer
India’s ambitious green energy programme took a giant leap as the country’s first wind energy auction has seen tariff dropping dramatically to Rs 3.46 per unit, mirroring the steep fall in the solar power sector and giving coal-fired plants another emission-free and competitive rival to worry about.
After a drastic drop in solar tariff to Rs 2.97 per unit, the wind power rates may now fall to below Rs 4.5 per unit in an ongoing auction for 1000 MW capacities.