Spurred by ambitious national commitments, international agreements and rapid technological progress, governments are increasingly choosing renewable energy to expand their countries’ power infrastructures.
American solar panel maker First Solar is exploring the sale of almost 190-200 megawatts (MW) of its solar power assets in India, two people aware of the development said
Tamil Nadu, one of India’s strongest solar states, has issued a further call for national and international consortiums to express interest in developing a 500 MW solar park in the 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.
Ashok Khode, a farmer from Khedgaon village of Dindori taluka, doesn’t have to fear about power disruptions anymore.
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!
How can we connect solar photovoltaics (PV) directly to railways to power electric trains? That’s the question my charity 10:10 and researchers at Imperial College’s Energy Futures Lab are trying to answer.
First the targets and now the tariffs. The two Ts have created a revolution of sorts in India’s renewable energy sector. Let us first look at the tariff bit
Power equipment company ABB India today said the company has surpassed a portfolio of 4.5 Gigawatt renewable capacity with delivery of over 2,000 units of power generators in the country.
As President Trump transitioned into office, clean energy continued to overtake fossil fuels as the main source of new energy investments around the world. While the final 2016 numbers aren’t yet published, preliminary estimates put the total wind and solar installations at new records