India’s economy is growing rapidly, and with it, so is energy demand. The IEA-IEO (2015) estimates that India’s aggregate energy consumption will more than double by 2040. The Government of India plans to install 175 GW of renewable energy projects by 2022 and 275 GW by 2027.

The Energy Progress Report provides a global dashboard on progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG7).

PANJIM: Though Goa achieved 100 per cent electrification in 2015, along with another 14 States/union territories, the Electricity Department on Monday said it is in the process of electrifying a sm

Ministry of Power issued the guidelines for the said scheme on April 10

The Centre will invite bids during this week for the procurement of aggregate power amounting to 2,500 MW on a competitive basis for three years from generators with commissioned projects but witho

In a move that could brighten the prospect for domestic solar equipment manufacturers, who are in the throes of fighting cheaper Chinese imports, the government is set to finalise a comprehensive s

The state government aims to increase its solar energy capacity to 25,000 MW by 2025. So far the Maharashtra State Power Generation Company Ltd generates only 180 MW of solar energy.

Switzerland-based power and automation technology group ABB is looking at India as a potential location"for its microgrid solutions"given the country's huge requirement"for electrification, and the

This move of UPPCL, in association with Energy Efficiency Services (EESL), seeks to address the state’s power woes and ensure customer convenience.

In a major boost to the state energy sector, the central power ministry has cleared the largest ever hydropower project for J&K with installed capacity of 1856-MW.

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