Power for all—can it be achieved?
Round-the-clock assured power supply programme to kick off with Andhra Pradesh, Delhi and Rajasthan; finances and logistics pose a huge challenge
Renewable Energy Certificates: How new amendments provide safety net to renewable power developers
The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission, India’s apex power sector regulator, will monitor to ensure that no RECs are hoarded
Panel suggests measures to tackle crisis in stressed thermal power projects
Report flags erratic coal supply, institutional challenges; suggests closing old thermal power units
The crippling discom business needs fundamental restructuring for a future in renewable energy
India’s non-fossil fuel contribution peak: It’s a seasonal trend
The share of electricity sourced from non-fossil-fuels usually peaks during the summer season
Consumer information system on fuel economy can help car buyers go green
Fuel efficiency is rarely a consumer’s primary concern, and vehicle manufacturers have little incentive to innovate technology
India didn’t need to let power producers emit more of deadly oxides of nitrogen; here’s why
Limiting NOx emission at 300 mg / Nm3 is doable, claims Finnish state-owned Fortum Oyj; Environment ministry relaxed norms to 450 mg / Nm3 in October
Experts flag dilution of NOx emission limit for coal-fired power stations
The SC on July 8 relaxed limits for coal-fired power stations commissioned between December 2003 and 2016 — to 450 mg / Nm3 from 300&…
Who needs ultra mega solar power plants?
Government plans to set up four large-scale solar power plants that will cost a whopping Rs 1.2 lakh crore. Will they serve millions of energy poor?