CHANDIGARH: Hydro power generation in India is all set to increase by 3.5 per cent in the current financial year even as dry winter (63 per cent below normal rainfall in January and February) has i

Transboundary freshwater systems create inevitable linkages and interdependencies between countries. The use of shared water resources by one country will, in most cases, impact other countries sharing the same system.

The government has ramped up coal supply to ramp up buffer stock at thermal power stations in anticipation of electricity demand shooting in line with the weatherman's prediction of an early and ho

ITANAGAR: A small hydro project at Janbo village in Upper Siang district has been severely damaged by flash flood, a government report said.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Dr. Amandeep Aggarwal Vs. State of Punjab & Others dated 09/03/2018. This application is moved by M/s Preetech Power Pvt. Ltd., seeking approval of this Tribunal for felling of trees on the private land. In support of the relief, it is averred that the applicant has undertaken the project for construction of 850 KW Mini Hydro Power project at Sabraon Branch Canal RD 34160 on L/s Village Tuglawala, Tehsil Shri Hargobindpur Forest Division and District, Gurdaspur, Punjab.

Bleeding losses in the hydropower business, the Jammu and Kashmir State Power Development Corporation (SPDC) is still studying “market trends” to prepare a new, commercially viable hydropower polic

Mumbai: It is estimated that about 50 per cent of electricity supply to India will be coming from non-fossil sources like renewable (hydro included) and nuclear energy by the year 2035, as per Visi

The country aims to achieve the target of 175 GW (100 GW solar, 60 GW wind, remaining from small hydro and other sources) installed renewable power capacity by FY22.

CHANDIGARH: In a bid to tap its full resources and become a 100 percent renewable energy powered city, the Chandigarh administration has asked the union ministry of power to increase the quota of r

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - African nations need to diversify energy supply, particularly countries reliant on hydropower, industry experts said at an energy conference in Johannesburg on Wednesday.