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Bhel looks to pivot from power sector to transportation, electric vehicles

Bhel looks to pivot from power sector to transportation, electric vehicles

In an attempt to keep pace with the fast-changing electricity sector, state-run Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (Bhel) is positioning itself as a transportation solutions provider, particularly in crowded urban settings.

India's largest power generation equipment maker wants to become a turn-key metro rail end-to-end solutions provider and also manufacture electric vehicles such as buses, cars, two-wheelers and boats.

 

MSEDCL blocks Nagpur Metro Rail’s solar power plan

MSEDCL blocks Nagpur  Metro Rail’s solar power plan

Mahametro's plan to meet 65% of Nagpur Metro Rail's energy needs through solar power has received a jolt as state-run discom MSEDCL has refused to relax its norms for the project. Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC) has asked the two agencies to hold a meeting and find a way out. ME...

India, Nepal to build new cross-border power lines

India, Nepal to build new cross-border power lines

India and Nepal have agreed to build new cross-border power transmission lines to help in the distribution of electricity from power projects being developed in Nepal.

The new Butwal(Nepal)-Gorakhpur (India) and Lumki (Nepal) –Bareilly ( India) transmission lines and new 400 kV sub-stations at Dhalke...

750 MW Rewa solar Park - Solar power prices hit historic low

750 MW Rewa solar Park - Solar power prices hit historic low

The price of electricity production using solar energy is increasingly outpacing other alternate sources. According to a report in the World Economic Forum, Solar and wind energy are finally at par or cheaper than fossil fuel capacity in more than 30 countries. Recently, following a bidding process,...

India lost 15 billion units of electricity generation last quarter owing to gas shortage

India lost 15 billion units of electricity generation last quarter owing to gas shortage

India lost 15 billion units of power generation in the quarter ended December due to short supply of natural gas to run power plants, according to power ministry data. The loss amounted to more than 5 per cent of the planned quarterly power production of 295 billion units from conventional sources.

A...

Ranchi to become solar city by year-end, says CM

Ranchi to become solar city by year-end, says CM

Chief minister Raghubar Das on February 8 promised to convert the state capital into a solar-powered city and light up 230 tribal villages with solar electricity by 2017.

Das made this pledge while inaugurating a dedicated 400KW grid-connected roof-top solar power plant on the Rajendra Institute of M...

Electricity Tops List of Demands in Poll-bound UP: Survey

Electricity Tops List of Demands in Poll-bound UP: Survey

Uttar Pradesh is all set to go to polls, with the first phase of the Assembly elections scheduled to be held on 11 February. The state is home to 138 million voters – a figure that is higher than the population of Mexico.

Power cuts were the biggest problem facing the people of Uttar Pradesh, a surve...

Power utilities push for tariff hike, KERC to decide by March-end

Power utilities push for tariff hike, KERC to decide by March-end

"Various Electricity Supply Companies (ESCOMS) have approached Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) for increase in power rate by 1.48 per unit," said Power Minister D K Shivakumar. He was addressing the Legislative Council on the second day of the session. JD(S) MLC N Appajigowda had ...

Renewable energy companies’ viability under threat as MSEDCL fail to pay Rs 2300 cr dues

Renewable energy companies’ viability under threat as MSEDCL fail to pay Rs 2300 cr dues

Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company (MSEDC) has failed to pay dues worth R2,300 crore to renewable energy companies hitting their viability, people familiar with the development told FE.

A spokesperson for MSEDC said some payments had been made in April. "However, we have R2,300 crore ...

Rajasthan privatises power distribution in Bikaner - CESC wins franchisee bid

Rajasthan privatises power distribution in Bikaner - CESC wins franchisee bid

CESC Ltd on February 7 said it had secured through competitive bidding, the franchise to distribute power in Bikaner as it looks to ramp up revenue from electricity sales in three towns of Rajasthan to Rs1,200 crore in the next fiscal year.

CESC currently supplies power in Bharatpur and Kota, having ...

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