Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the year 2017-18 between NTPC and Ministry of Power, Govt of India was signed on 20th June, 2017.
Piyush Goyal, Minister of State (I/C) for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy and Mines launched the Energy Conservation Building Code 2017 (ECBC 2017) here in Delhi.
In the first of a kind attempt, the Government of India, through the Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) under the Ministry of Power has announced retrofitting of 10 lakh conventional street lights with LED lights in Gram Panchayats of seven districts in Andhra Pradesh.
Guntur, Prakasham, Nellore, Kurnool, Kadapa, Ananthapur & Chittoor to be covered in first phase; Estimated Annual Savings in Energy Consumption to be 147 million units and prevent 12 crore tonnes equivalent of CO2 emissions
Government of India, through the Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) under the Ministry of Power, would be retrofitting 10 lakh conventional street lights with LED lights in Gram Panchayats of 7 districts in Andhra Pradesh.
At the recent Energy Secretary-level talks of the Joint Steering Committee (JSC) in Kathmandu (February 13-14, 2017), an important step in promoting electricity trade between India and Nepal took place when it was decided to endorse the detailed project report of the 400 kV Butwal-Gorakhpur cross-border transmission line.
India should actively participate in Sri Lanka’s growing power sector, both traditional and renewable, a top government official has said.
In keeping with the Union government’s efforts to promote energy self sufficiency and carbon free sources of power, Schneider Electric is in dialogue with the Union government’s Department of Pharmaceuticals (DoP) to ensure that all the pharma park projects in the country that are underway adopt energy efficient technologies to boost smart power management and productivity.
State-run Energy Efficiency Services (EESL) plans to invest around Rs 200 crore to make nearly 1,500 buildings of the Public Works Department of the Maharashtra government energy efficient, a company official said.
Non-fossil fuels–renewables, nuclear and large hydroelectric power plants–will account for more than half (56.5%) of India’s installed power capacity within the 10 years to 2027,
Companies from India and Bangladesh today signed pacts worth over $9 billion here aimed at deepening partnership in sectors like power and oil and gas