Nepal has requested India to provide additional power through two newly-built transmission lines. The construction of the 132KV Kushaha-Kataiya and 132KV Raxual-Parwanipur cross-border transmission lines was completed recently, Kathmandu Post reported.
Tamil Nadu Electricity Minister P Thangamani today urged Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal to release Rs 17,000 crores to enhance power infrastructure in the cyclone-prone state.
NTPC has total installed capacity of 48,188 MW from its 19 coal based, 7 gas based, 10 solar PV, one Hydro and 9 Subsidiaries / Joint Venture power stations.Company has capacity of over 23,000 MW under implementation at 23 locations across the country including 4300 MW being undertaken by joint venture and subsidiary companies
NTPC Group achieved highest ever cumulative gross generation of 263.95 BU till Thursday (March 16, 2017) during current year surpassing previous annual best of 263.42 BU recorded in FY-16. Generation of Group NTPC registered an annual growth of 4.71% over last year, a company’s statement said on Friday.
Taking another step in its bid to embrace alternative energy, the Delhi Metro is going to install solar sound barriers on its elevated corridors that would generate electricity!
Solar air heating has not received much attention in India although utilising solar energy to produce electricity and other solar thermal energy applications are popular and visible.
Enthused by India’s electric vehicle (EV) market potential, state-owned energy company NTPC Ltd is exploring a new business around it.
The government will soon outline comprehensive energy sector reforms that could free up sectors such as coal, electricity and fertilisers of subsidies
Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar has proposed to lower fuel surcharge allowance (FSA) on power tariff by 50-60 paise per unit. He said this at the assembly on Monday.
Punjab’s fiscal bankruptcy has revealed itself not just through the massive debt pile-up or delayed salary payments; it came through government departments defaulting on electricity bills as well.
In a role reversal of sorts, domestic users can produce their own electricity and ‘sell’ it to Madhya Pradesh government