Category Archives: Renewable Energy

Brexit and UK’s Renewable Energy-II

The fear is that with Brexit UK will loose momentum on low carbon approach especially when following the Paris meet, low carbon has emerged as one of the key drivers of new economy. Continue reading

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Brexit and UK’s Renewable Energy; I

The RED is one of the reasons why the UK Government has backed the rapid expansion of renewable power sources. Leaving the EU, would mean that the industry will be driven mostly by UK’s Climate Change Act . Continue reading

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Industries facing Power Issues in Maharashtra

TSSIA has cited high power tariff as a reason for a drop in industrial output and urged chief minister of Maharashtra State to review the power charges Continue reading

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Solar Mandatory for Bldgs in Haryana. Will it Work?

The Haryana State government recently announced that it will be mandatory for all buildings on plot size of 500 square yards or more to install rooftop solar power systems by September 2015. Continue reading

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Indian Power Sector Buzzing

There seems to be a lot of focus on India’s Power Sector these days with the government seriously considering changes [good or bad can be analysed separately] to finally put this sector on the right path.
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Time of new Power Policy from Telangana?

At a time when its neighbour Andhra Pradesh is supplying uninterrupted power across sectors, Telangana has imposed 4-12 hours of daily power cuts on farmers and domestic consumers, and four-day-a month production holiday on industries. Continue reading

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InterSolar India Awards 2014 – India Innovates

The InterSolar India Awards 2014 judging process was in itself a learning experience; showcasing the understanding that Indian engineering companies have developed over the last few years in the solar power space. Continue reading

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India InterSolar Awards 2014

The India InterSolar Awards are back!

The solar projects in India category pays tribute to outstanding projects or products that have been incorporated into a project realized in India. Continue reading

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Open Access for Solar Projects in Maharashtra

MAHARASHTRA ELECTRICITY REGULATORY COMMISSION has directed MSEDCL, on 6th May 2014, to allow the Open Access through solar generator as single source. Continue reading

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Discoms not buying high cost power

On one hand the discoms are utilising state money to stay afloat and increasing tariff upto an extent to pay for the new duties/taxes levied by the government but unable to buy expensive power because they are not able to pass the higher tariff to the consumers for reasons [political and inefficiency] pretty well known. Continue reading

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