While the Centre is increasingly pushing for e-mobility, there’s no clarity on retail sale of power to electric vehicles.
Coal shortages have put state-run power generation and distribution companies in a tight spot operationally and financially, especially with a searing summer forecast by the Met Department.
Like most Indian states, Uttar Pradesh’s discoms have the twin challenge of providing universal household electrification while also ensuring that revenue matches the cost of supply.
Like most Indian states, Uttar Pradesh’s discoms have the twin challenge of universal household electrification while also ensuring revenue matches the cost of supply.
India’s ambitious solar target—100 GW by 2022—envisions at least 40GW of rooftop solar taking off in the country. However, at the current rate of progress, it is doubtful if the country would be able to achieve even half the installed rooftop-solar capacity by then—as of December 2017
Delhi powerdistribution company (discom) BSES on Thursday announced new round-the-clock helpline numbers for its sister discoms in the capital — BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd(BRPL) and BSES Yamuna Power Ltd (BYPL).
Power produced from wind and solar projects will become viable, and more attractive for discoms as the government last week waived off inter-state transmission charges for wind and solar projects commissioned till March 2022, in a bid to encourage the use of power generated through these sources.
To achieve the target of having 60 gigawatt (GW) of installed wind energy capacity by 2022, the government has invited tenders for 2,000 MW of wind power projects connected to the inter-state transmission system.
Wind developers are up in arms against Andhra Pradesh discoms for insisting on an arbitrary discount, appropriating a specific benefit the Centre grants renewable energy developers, verbally harping on renegotiating power purchase agreements and threatening not to pay for any excess power provided above an agreed threshold. “They are compulsorily deducting 2% of the tariff, […]
India’s largest power generator NTPC to develop charging infrastructure for all segments of E-Vehicles
Marking its entry into Electric Vehicle arena as new business venture, NTPC has signed up Jabalpur City Transport Service for setting up the charging infrastructure for all segments of EVs across the city.