The World Energy Trilemma 2017 report Changing dynamics – Using distributed energy resources to meet the Trilemma challenge, prepared in partnership with global consultancy Oliver Wyman, along with the Global Risk Centre of its parent Marsh & McLennan Companies, tapped into the global insights of the traditional and emerging players in the

Industrial restructuring and diversification of energy demand are accelerating in the People’s Republic of China (hereafter, “China”). In addition, driven by resource and environmental constraints, as well as pressure to reduce carbon emissions, China’s primary energy consumption structure is expected to shift in coming decades.

A modern electricity grid powered by diverse renewable energy and storage can provide secure, clean and affordable power for Australians. The Powering a 21st Century Economy report find that the inevitable closure of ageing, inefficient, polluting coal plants provides a critical opportunity to move to a modern 21st century electricity system.

Renewable resources are at the center of the discussion on how to move towards a clean and reliable energy system around the world and are seen as a key instrument in combatting greenhouse gas emissions and climate change.

A Bill further to amend the Electricity Act, 2003. This Act may be called the Electricity (Amendment) Act, 2014. The Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2014 was introduced in the Lok Sabha by the Minister of State (I/c) for Power, Coal and New& Renewable Energy. The amendments will usher in much needed further reforms in the power sector.

In exercise of powers conferred under sections 61, 66, 86 (1) (e) and 181 of the Electricity Act, 2003 (Act 36 of 2003) and all other powers enabling it in this behalf, and after previous publication, the Kerala State Electricity Regulatory Commission hereby makes the following regulations for the grid interactive distributed solar energy system

The Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB) is aggressively pushing for deregulation of gas prices to encourage private investment and lure oil companies to invest in exploration and ram

One of the significant projects of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD), ‘remote controlled street lights’ launched last year has hit a road block.

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Alarmed by unabated influx from Bangladesh, the high-powered Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) has cleared a project to floodlight Indo-Bangladesh border within next five years. The project for floodlighting 2,840 km of the Indo-Bangladesh border is estimated to cost Rs 132.78 crore. The project is likely to be completed by 2011-2012, said Union Minister of State for Home Affairs, Radhika V Selvi in reply to a Rajya Sabha reply.