Rotor blade measures 63 meters in length for new S128 series of wind turbine

Renewable energy company Suzlon has announced it has won two projects of 300 MW and 200 MW each under the SECI bidding process.

Following a decade of unprecedented investment, China now has the world's largest installed base of wind power capacity. Yet, despite siting most wind farms in the wind-rich Northern and Western provinces, electricity generation from Chinese wind farms has not reached the performance benchmarks of the United States and many other advanced economies. This has resulted in lower environmental, economic, and health benefits than anticipated. We develop a framework to explain the performance of the Chinese and US wind sectors, accounting for a comprehensive set of driving factors.

A decade and a half after the Electricity Act came, consumers still face a monopoly in power supply

At a cost of ₹300 crore at Arichamunai near Dhanushkodi

When it comes to energy, no country generates such bittersweet superlatives as China. It is the world’s largest consumer of coal and the second-largest of oil, after America.

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

The Suzlon Group has announced it has installed largest wind turbine generator ever manufactured in India with rotor diameter of 128 metres.

India’s ambitious target of achieving 100 gigawatts of installed solar energy capacity by 2022 has received a setback, with the parliamentary panel on energy expressing disappointment with the government’s performance in the sector so far. The committee feels that at the current rate, the target will be very difficult to achieve.

The government had revised the target of grid-connected solar energy capacities from 20GW to 100GW by 2022

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