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
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?