Centre To Brainstorm With States On Power Reforms

Centre To Brainstorm With States On Power Reforms

The central government is set to hold a two-day brainstorming session with states on big power sector reforms including direct transfer of subsidy and strict laws obligating distribution utilities to provide round-the-clock power and connection portability.

Gas-Based Plants May Turn Idle

Gas-Based Plants May Turn Idle

Gas-based power plants, already reeling under financial stress and availability of cheaper alternatives, face further risk as their plant load factor (PLF) is set to deteriorate from a lowly 23% at present.

Wind Turbine Firms Face Headwinds With Weak Visibility On Orders

Wind Turbine Firms Face Headwinds With Weak Visibility On Orders

India’s wind energy capacity addition in the current financial year remains adversely impacted due to migration from feed-in tariff to bid tariff route and with a very limited progress seen in tie-up of incremental wind energy Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) through bidding route so far