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World's largest LED street light replacement project launched in South Delhi

World's largest LED street light replacement project launched in South Delhi

Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal  launched the "world's largest" LED street light replacement project completed by SDMC in south Delhi wherein two lakh conventional street lights have been replaced with energy efficient LEDs.

The minister also launched the second phase of the project for installation of 75,000 more LED lights in the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) area with special focus on the installation of LED light in parks, dark spots and high mast lights.

 

Sterlite Power’s Haryana Transmission Project Achieves Financial Closure

Sterlite Power’s Haryana Transmission Project Achieves Financial Closure

Sterlite Power Transmission Ltd, a leading power transmission company promoted by NRI metals-and-mining tycoon Anil Agarwal, has achieved financial closure for its transmission project in the state of Haryana that will increase electricity supply to residential, commercial and industrial establishme...

Enough transmission capacity till 2022: CEA

Enough transmission capacity till 2022: CEA

India will not need power transmission projects in addition to the already planned capacity till 2021-22, a report by power sector planner Central Electricity Authority (CEA) said, citing low electricity consumption, delay in development of proposed power generation plants and high growth in power t...

CERC open access rate hike plan clouds power market

CERC open access rate hike plan clouds power market

The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has proposed to increase the short—and medium-term transmission corridor charges (STOAs and MTOAs) for open access by 35% and 25%, respectively, from the current levels. While the regulator says this would compel participants to move towards long-...

Rajasthan farmers call on citizens to join protest against electricity tariff hike

Rajasthan farmers call on citizens to join protest against electricity tariff hike

Farmers across Rajasthan state are likely to join in a protest called by the All India Kisan Sabha, the farmers' union of the CPI-M, to protest the hike in electricity tariff in the state. Calling on even those in cities paying higher tariffs for domestic consumption to join protests, the farmers sa...

Govt mulls schemes to encourage performing states under UDAY

Govt mulls schemes to encourage performing states under UDAY

The Power Ministry is planning to launch schemes to reward States and discoms for their performance on various parameters under the UDAY scheme meant for revival of debt stressed utilities.

Power Minister Piyush Goyal has asked his top brass to come up with at least one or two schemes to recognise th...

Delhi govt yet to pay Rs50 crore to discoms for waiving off electricity bills

Delhi govt yet to pay Rs50 crore to discoms for waiving off electricity bills

The Delhi government's Power Amnesty Scheme that resolved problems of overcharging or non-payment of bills is long over, but distribution companies claim they haven't received payments promised by the government.

Government data revealed that the scheme which was open for nine months offered waivers ...

Fate of Chutka and Bhimpur N-power plants hangs in balance in MP

Fate of Chutka and Bhimpur  N-power plants hangs in balance in MP

Thirty-four years after they were first proposed in Madhya Pradesh, the fate of its first two nuclear power plants still hangs in balance. After they were first proposed in 1982, the Centre gave 'in principle' approval for setting up 1,400 MW nuclear power plant at Chutka village in tribal-predomina...

Smart electricity meters can be dangerously insecure

Smart electricity meters can be dangerously insecure

Smart electricity meters, of which there are more than 100 million installed around the world, are frequently "dangerously insecure," a security expert has said.

The lack of security in the smart utilities raises the prospect of a single line of malicious code cutting power to a home or even causing ...

Russian hackers penetrated US electricity grid: Washington Post

Russian hackers penetrated US electricity grid: Washington Post

A code connected to Russian hacking efforts has been discovered in a utility system in Vermont, which could point to vulnerabilities in the U.S. electrical grid, The Washington Post reported on December 30.

The code detected in the northeastern U.S. State's system did not disrupt its operations, the ...

Solar power, green corridor blip on energy radar for 2017

Solar power, green corridor blip on energy radar for 2017

Green seems to be the catchword for the government heading into the next year as it gears up to achieve 175 gigawatt of clean energy by 2022 through auction of 1,000 MW of rooftop solar power, Rs 13,000 crore investment in solar parks and a Rs 21,000-crore package to boost local manufacturing of pan...

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