Setting New Benchmarks, India’s Rewa Solar Park Bidding Achieves A Record Low of Rs 2.97 a unit

The three companies submitted the lowest bids from a lot of 20 bidders, both national and international, who had initially submitted their proposals to develop the Rewa solar park in Madhya Pradesh. The bids had closed on January 23.

Setting New Benchmarks, India’s Rewa Solar Park Bidding Achieves A Record Low of Rs 2.97 a unit

The reverse bidding process for the Rewa solar park in Madhya Pradesh saw record first year low tariffs by the bidding companies. While Mahindra emerged the successful bidder for Unit-1 and submitted the lowest first year tariff at Rs 2.979 a unit, Acme Solar bid further low for the second unit of Rewa at Rs 2.970 a unit and Solenberg bid the lowest first year tariff of Rs 2.974 for the third unit of Rewa.

After TCS, N Chandrasekaran To Chart New Highs For Tata Power

Chandrasekaran joined TCS in 1987 after completing his master’s in computer applications from Regional Engineering College, Trichy, Tamil Nadu, India. Under his leadership, TCS has become the largest private sector employer in India with the highest retention rate in a globally competitive industry.

After TCS, N Chandrasekaran To Chart New Highs For Tata Power

Team EnergyInfraPost India’s largest integrated power company, Tata Power on Friday announced the appointment of Natarajan Chandrasekaran as the Chairman and Additional Director of the company from February 11. After making TCS as the world’s most powerful brand in IT services, Chandrasekaran has now been given additional charge of Tata Power and take it to new […]

Agreement for Swapping of Coal

Agreement for Swapping  of Coal

The Inter-Ministerial Task Force has recommended shifting of coal linkage of Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd (GSECL) of about 1.2 Million Tonne from South Eastern Coalfields Limited (SECL) to Western Coalfields Limited (WCL), leading to annual savings in transportation cost of about Rs. 100 crore to GSECL.

India’s Solar Power Capacity Crosses 9 GW With Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan, Gujarat As Leading States

As on Dec 31, 2016 Gujarat (1.16 GW), Rajasthan (1.32 GW), and Tamil Nadu (1.6 GW) have crossed 1 GW solar installations..., while Andhra Pradesh (0.98 GW), Telangana (0.97 GW) and Madhya Pradesh (0.84 GW) are close to these states.

India’s Solar Power Capacity Crosses 9 GW  With Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan, Gujarat As Leading States

India’s solar power generation capacity has crossed 9 GW as on December 31, 2016 and Tamil Nadu is the leading state with largest solar capacity (1.6 GW) followed by Rajasthan (1.32 GW) and Gujarat (1.16 GW), Union power minister Piyush Goyal said on Monday.

Status of Rural Electrification, ​Over 12000 Out of 18452 Villages In Rural India Stand Electrified​ ​

According to official figures, nearly one third of villages are left (5665) of the total 18452 villages. Time left is nearly 460 days. So 2/3rd of the villages remains to be electrified in nearly 460 days.

Status of Rural Electrification, ​Over 12000 Out of 18452 Villages In Rural India Stand Electrified​ ​

The pace of rural electrification in India continued unabated and out of a total of 18452 villages, as on February 6, 2017, as many as 12,033 villages have been electrified and 5,665 remains to be electrified.

Complete Transparency : Check Out The State-wise Status Of Village Electrification On GARV App

The remaining villages (3968- 70%) are now mainly in 4 states including Arunachal Pradesh (1229); Assam (972); Jharkhand (892) and Odisha (875)).

Complete Transparency : Check Out The State-wise Status Of  Village Electrification On GARV App

In line with its transparent style of functioning, the ministry of power’s GARV App has made it possible for anyone to check the state by state status of the village electrification process in India. Available data shows that out of a total of 18452 villages, as on February 6, 2017, more than 12,000 villages have been electrified and 5,665 remains to be electrified.

Strategic Petroleum Reserves Can Support India’s Energy Security Goals

A strategic oil reserve is a volume of crude oil placed in underground storage and excluded from country's proved oil reserves. These reserves are mainly maintained by countries that depend on high oil imports and for use during unforeseen emergencies.

Strategic Petroleum Reserves Can Support India’s Energy Security Goals

Expert take By Manish Vaid On Importance and the need for Strategic Petroleum Reserved for India’s energy security

Arun Jaitley’s Budget 2017-18 Endorses Piyush Goyal’s Focus On Renewable Energy and Rural Electrification

Arun Jaitley’s Budget 2017-18 Endorses Piyush Goyal’s Focus On Renewable Energy and Rural Electrification

Maintaining its focus on India’s Renewable Energy plans, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley while presently Union Budget 2017-18 said the government would now take up the second phase of solar park development in the country to add 20,000 MW.