NAIROBI – Kenya plans to spend 200 million U.S. dollars in the medium term to boost the reliability of the national electricity grid, a senior government official said on Monday.
Under the scheme, a single entity can be allotted a maximum capacity of 600 Mw
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.
Bijnor: With flickering light of a lantern in their backdrop, a group of sugarcane farmers in a Bijnor village huddled together to listen to 8pm Hindi news on a radio, fuelled by pencil batteries.
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
Sales of renewable energy certificates (RECs) jumped 42 per cent in April to 10.62 lakh units on the Indian Energy Exchange (IEX) and Power Exchange of India (PXIL) compared to 7.46 lakh in the sam
With an aim to light up the country with solar power, Narendra Modi-led government plans to achieve the target of 175 GW of installed renewable energy capacities by 2022.
In order to achieve its renewable power obligations and to provide uninterrupted and cheap power supply to the residents, BSES Rajdjani Power Limited (BRPL) and BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) hav
Sterlite Power has 13 assets in India with 8,000 ckms of transmission lines commissioned or under construction
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