Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) plans to replicate LED bulb success in electric cars. The company has floated a tender to procure 10,000 electric
The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) does not think that the market is ready for spot trading of renewable energy and has accordingly
What will the energy industry look like in 2050? It seems far away, in fact it’s 33 years away. But 2017 was an equally distant future 33 years ago.
In 1984, I had just finished my undergraduate degree in a world of mainframe computers, where a digital watch with a calculator was the latest gadget.
Tata Power’s consolidated profit after tax (PAT) more than doubled in the quarter ended June on the back of strong performance of its coal and renewable energy businesses.
Denmark’s DONG Energy beat second-quarter profit forecasts on Thursday and said the start-up of more projects and a fall in construction costs would generate more cash, possibly making way for higher shareholder returns in coming years.
The first six months of the current year saw more capacity addition in the solar sector than the whole year of 2016.
India has added 13,652 MW of solar generation capacity as at the end of July, with seven states including Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat and Karnataka crossing 1,000 MW mark, Union power minister Piyush Goyal told parliament on Thursday.
India plays an important role in Al Gore’s new movie, An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power. The film looks at India to highlight the challenges developing nations face as they seek to move away from conventional, polluting coal energy toward clean but less established sources of renewable energy.
India’s largest power generation company, NTPC is shifting its focus to renewable energy and going slow on coal-fired generation capacity addition to bring its business plan in line with the government’s priority to fight climate change.
In what signifies a major pick-up in solar capacity addition pace in India, projects worth 4,765 MW were commissioned in the first six months of 2017,compared to 4,313 MW that was added in the whole year of 2016, according to an industry report.
Karnataka has overtaken Gujarat to become the third highest producer of renewable energy after Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra.