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8000 crore to be invested in renewable energy sector - Rajasthan

 8000 crore to be invested in renewable energy sector - RajasthanRajasthan is set to attract an investment of Rs 8,000 crore in renewable energy sector, with 14 companies proposing projects to tap power from wind and biomass. Rajasthan Renewable Energy Corporation (RREC) Chairman and Managing Director Rajeev Swaroop said that the state government has signed memorandum of understanding (MoUs) with 14 power companies to set up power plants in the field of wind biomass energy.

According to sources, there would be five wind energy projects in Jaisalmer, Barmer and Jodhpur with a generation capacity of 1,600 Mw while 8 biomass projects would be set up in Sirohi, Baran, Tonk, Alwar, Sawai Madhopur, Kota, Nagaur, Hanumangarh and Jalore districts.
 

Energy efficient Commercial buildings can save 40% power - BEE

Energy efficient Commercial buildings can save 40% power - BEE

The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) has said that an energy-efficient commercial building can save up to 40% of power. The energy conservation building codes (ECBC) -- that specify the norms to be followed to become energy efficient -- were released in 2007. It is now voluntary but BEE plans to ma...

Indian Power Exchanges struggle for survival

Indian Power Exchanges struggle for survivalFinancial Technologies Ltd promoted Indian Energy Exchange (IEX) and NSE-NCDEX promoted Power Exchange India (PXI) are currently struggling to survive in the tight electricity market when the peaking shortage is 14% and energy shortage is 8%. India is the only power staved country to start a power e...

Import duty waiver will bring down tariff of naphtha based projects

Import duty waiver will bring down tariff of naphtha based projects

The Centre's decision to totally eliminate 10% import duty on naphtha will bring in a partial relief to the India's power sector, which is facing a peaking shortage of 14% and energy shortage of 8%. The elimination of import duty will bring down the price of naphtha, since petroleum products are pri...

KREDL proposes energy generation through cattle power

KREDL proposes energy generation through cattle powerForget horse power, it is over to cattle power! They can provide a solution to the energy crisis faced by rural masses. A pair of them and a generator can light up a house. The process called as "energy generation through animal power'' is simple - rotate the generator with a pair of cattle.The Karn...

BESCOM proposes Time Of Day tariff meters to combat peak demand

BESCOM proposes Time Of Day tariff meters to combat peak demand

The Bangalore Electricity Supply Company (BESCOM) had proposed to adopt TOD (time of day) tariff to control consumption during peak time. The TOD proposal stresses the need to reduce the difference between peak and off-peak demand through different tariffs for peak and off-peak supply by installing ...

Prime minister visits Malda-No power to villagers for 72 hours

 Prime minister visits Malda-No power to villagers for 72 hours More than 5,000 people are having to do without electricity — this will continue for 72 hours — as the administration has brought down the high-tension lines around the helipad at Netaji Ground where Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is scheduled to land on 07-12-2008.The move — made on the instructions...

Nuclear power sector will be opened for private players - Kapil Sibal

Nuclear power sector will be opened for private players - Kapil SibalIndia will open nuclear power sector to private players - Union minister for Science and Technology, Kapil Sibal said on 05-12-2008 at New Delhi. “Once the negotiations with Russia, and possibly Canada in nuclear commerce talks are done with, the government will soon open up the sector (nuclear powe...

Renewable energy is no longer a peripheral power - Wind India 2008

Renewable energy is no longer a peripheral power - Wind India 2008  A viable transmission tariff mechanism, prescribing uniform grid connectivity standards and putting in place renewable energy certificates will contribute to the growth of renewable energy generation plants, according to Mr R.N. Nayak, Executive Director, Power Grid Corporation of India. While addre...

Impose 15% duty on imported power equipment - BHEL

Impose 15% duty on imported power equipment - BHELIn a bid to counter the increasing competition from Chinese players, state-owned Bharat Heavy Electricals requested  the finance ministry to impose a 15% duty on imported power  equipments,  chairman K Ravi Kumar said. “If the Indian government does not impose a duty on Chinese companies, BHEL would...

Oil Ministry Asks Reliance to sell Gas to Ratnagiri Gas & Power Pvt.Ltd.

Oil Ministry Asks Reliance to sell Gas to Ratnagiri Gas & Power Pvt.Ltd.Reliance Industries Ltd., India’s biggest company by market value, has been asked by the government to supply natural gas to Ratnagiri Gas & Power Pvt.Ltd. (RGPPL- Formerly known as Dabhol) on priority to help ease power crisis in Maharashtra.The price at which Reliance can sell natural gas from its...
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