Around three-quarters of US coal production is now more expensive than solar and wind energy in providing electricity to American households, according to a new study.

America has officially entered the “coal cost crossover” – where existing coal is increasingly more expensive than cleaner alternatives. Today, local wind and solar could replace approximately 74 percent of the U.S. coal fleet at an immediate savings to customers. By 2025, this number grows to 86 percent of the coal fleet.

It is hard to keep up with how quickly offshore wind technology is developing.

DK Thakur Executive Director BHEL Bhopal the other day in presence of POWERGRID officials, flagged off the first unit of 800 kV HVDC Transformer for country’s prestigious 6000 MW Raigarh Pugalur pr

‘Slow momentum may cause Centre to meet only 60% of 100 GW target by 2022’

Siemens Financial Services (SFS), the financing arm of Siemens AG, has announced an equity investment in Greenko Group’s 200-MW Poovani Wind Power project being developed in Tamil Nadu and is backe

A new study commissioned by the South African Wind Energy Association (SAWEA) reflects on opportunities for corporates, municipalities, and intensive power users looking for affordable and low carb

From 5,500 MW in 2016-17, capacity addition plummetted in the subsequent two years, leaving 4,000 SMEs that supply components to turbine makers, shaken

The country's first wind powered electricity is expected to be generated in Makambako District in Njombe region, southwest of Tanzania.

To boost hydro power generation, the government Thursday approved a slew of measures including providing renewable energy status for large hydel projects and new funding provisions.

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