Devendra Kumar Sharma, managing director, Himachal Pradesh Power Corporation Limited today joined as chairman, Bhakra Beas Management Board. He has more than 35 years of experience in energy sector in India and abroad.
Tata Cleantech Capital (TCCL) is looking at growing its asset book to around Rs 5,500 crore by fiscal 2019, with nearly USD 120 billion debt funds expected to flow into the renewable energy space in the next five years.
Britain went a full day without using coal to generate electricity for the first time since the Industrial Revolution, the National Grid says.
The cost of solar power has touched a new low—tariff reached Rs 3.15 per unit on April 11, surpassing the earlier lowest of Rs 3.30 per unit achieved in Rewa Solar Park (RSP) in February 2017
Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik today lamented that industrialists were often wary of coming up with projects in the huge state due to erratic electricity supply and laid stress on maximising the use of alternative sources of energy to improve the power situation.
Solar power tariff in Tamil Nadu is set to fall below Rs 4 per unit. Tangedco will float tenders for 1500MW in the coming days and fix the the base tariff at Rs 4 per unit with the approval of the Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commissioner (TNERC)
Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has said the solar energy will be a major source of income for Uttarakhand in the days to come.
It is better to move towards solar energy than to continue to build coal plants, World Bank President Jim Young Kim said today, citing India’s massive efforts in solar energy which has made it “cost effective” and “quite competitive”.
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).
Northern India, with the potential of about 363 GW of power, can emerge as the hub for renewable energy in the country, said a study released on Friday.