Power producers and transmission companies are expected to meet Power and New & Renewable Energy Minister RK Singh in an attempt to get revised India’s first offshore wind tender, invited by th

India is far ahead in terms of potential nuclear power generation facilities, according to NITI Aayog member VK Saraswat.

Ministry officials said they have received several representations from several industry bodies and they are being studied

As power demand increased in March 2018 due to various factors such as seasonal variations, inadequate availability of coal, short-term prices on the exchange surged sharply to Rs 4.02 per unit.

The sector added 11,788 MW to the grid, against 9,505 MW by traditional sources

CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission (TNERC) has given the go ahead for Tangedco to float tenders for adding new solar and wind power capacity in the state in 2018.

Electricity distribution sector is at a cross-road, with rising cost of supply, emergence of competitive renewable supply options, loss of cross-subsidising sales, and sustained high-cost base-load surplus.

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 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

The global solar sector witnessed total corporate funding of USD 2 billion in the first three months of 2018.

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