Scientists have developed a new type of water-proof solar cell which can provide electricity even after being soaked in water or stretched and compressed.
There is an increasing opportunity to innovate in solar markets in India thanks to the rapidly declining price of photovoltaics (PV). While large-scale ground-mounted solar parks are seeing tremendous growth, an area that still remains largely untapped is open access (OA) for the sector.
All the 63 villages of Uttarakhand which do not have access to electricity will be electrified before Diwali this year.
If the Central government’s plan of providing 24X7 power to all households by 2022 is to fructify, the challenge of improving the country’s transmission
The NITI Aayog has released Three Year Action Agenda which is an integral part of the 15-year Vision Document of India being drafted by the NITI Aayog.
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)-Madras is working on a turbine that can help bring additional 40 GW of additional electricity, or nearly 13 of the country’s generation capacity, to the national grid by harnessing wave energy.
The Appellate Tribunal for Electricity (Aptel) has upheld cancellation of distribution licenses in Odisha for three companies for poor performance and financial trouble that hindered their operations.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will provide $500 million loan to help Power Grid finance its transmission projects.
Faulty Electricity Meter May Soon Be A Thing Of The Past As India Enters Global Smartmeter Race To Fight Utility Losses
India is aiming to help its ailing power distribution companies by buying five million smart meters for two of its northern states in a global tender to be conducted later this month.
India is already generating about 66 mw of electricity from municipal solid waste (MSW) everyday and hopes to take this figure to 676 mw soon.