Softbank has bagged the largest chunk of a 1,200 MW wind power tender concluded Friday, which has marked the company’s foray into the wind sector at a time when constraints around availability of land and transmission infrastructure are pressing.
India has asked one buyer of Venezuelan oil to consider paying the South American nation’s national oil company PDVSA in a way that avoids the U.S. financial system, an Indian government source said, after Washington imposed fresh sanctions on Venezuela last month.
The government on Friday approved amendments to Model Building Bye-laws (MBBL), 2016 and Urban Regional Development Plans Formulation and Implementation (URDPFI) Guidelines, 2014, to set up charging stations for electric vehicles across the country, an official said.
India has asked one buyer of Venezuelan oil to consider paying the South American nation’s national oil company PDVSA in a way that avoids the US financial system, an Indian government source said, after Washington imposed fresh sanctions on Venezuela last month.
India’s oil imports from Iran fell by 45 percent in January to 270,500 barrels per day oil (bpd), ship tracking data reviewed by Reuters showed, below the estimated 300,000 bpd for the month as some cargoes were delayed.
The two countries accounting for the fastest growth in energy demand – India and China – both start with relatively coal-intensive fuel mixes. The share of coal within India declines only modestly, driven by increasing coal consumption within the Indian power sector
A team led by an Indian-origin scientist has developed a flexible supercapacitor which can generate power from the Sun and store excess energy for later use. The technology developed by researchers from the University of Glasgow in the UK
Asian spot prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG) continued their downward spiral this week, hitting a 17-month low as the market moved further away from the peak winter demand period and inventories remained high in the region.
Shortage of coal at power plants, inadequate tariff hikes and rising operational costs after the 7th Pay Commission have been putting additional pressure on already hard-pressed electricity distribution companies (discoms).
The global commissioning of onshore wind turbines declined 3 per cent in 2018, partly due to a slowdown in India and Germany, even as the growth is expected to bounce back in 2019, with a 32 per cent jump to 60 Gigawatt (Gw), clean energy research firm BNEF said.