Electricity Demand to take Lasting 7-17% hit due to COVID-19: TERI

A new report released by TERI suggests the demand for electricity in India is expected to be 7 – 17 percent lower by 2025 due to the COVID-19 economic shock A new report released by The Energy Resource Institute (TERI) gives a picture of how electricity demand would be affected by the economic effects of […]

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UPPCL Gets Recognition from CM for Achieving Good Results During Crisis

UPPCL has drawn recognition from Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for achieving good results in ensuring electric supply amid the Coronavirus crisis. The Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Limited (UPPCL), the company responsible for electricity transmission and distribution within the state of Uttar Pradesh, has drawn recognition from Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for achieving good results in […]

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NHPC Inaugurates Herbal Park – Developed to Make Staff Aware of Herbs

On the occasion of World Environment Day 2020, Central Public Sector Undertaking (Central PSU) NHPC inaugurated the ‘Herbal Park’ at its Office Complex. The motive behind the development of this Herbal Park was to create awareness amongst all the staff members of the company towards the medicinal importance of plants and herbs. World Environment Day […]

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Delayed Solar Development in Japan amid Covid-19 Likely to Facilitate Coal Usage

Amidst coronavirus crisis, electricity demand in Japan like other countries has dropped significantly and thus resulted in a decline in power prices. This drop in demand and rise in solar power generation eventually driving down the wholesale electricity prices, as revealed by the data & analytics company. According to GlobalData, the ongoing economic contraction, delays […]

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Lockdown Delayed Execution of Under Construction Projects, Escalated Costs: Adani Transmission

Adani Transmission (ATL), an arm of the Adani Group, has said that the coronavirus-induced lockdown has delayed the execution of its under-construction projects due to non-availability of workforce and delay in getting multiple regulatory approvals led to cost escalation. The government had imposed a 21-day nationwide lockdown on March 25, 2020, in order to fight coronavirus pandemic, […]

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Chinese firms look for New Models for Overseas Sales amidst Covid-19 Challenges

Amidst the coronavirus crisis, these days Chinese firms are actively searching for new ways in order to increase the sale of their products in the overseas markets. In line with this, two Chinese companies, CECEP Solar Energy Technology (ZhenJiang) Co., Ltd and Zhongshi Solar Energy Saving & Resources (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd, entered into a partnership […]

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After Lockdown 4.O: GoI Extends Bid Submission Date for CEL Stake Sale

With the beginning of lockdown 4.O across the country amidst coronavirus outbreak, the Government of India (GoI) has extended the deadline for submitting Expression of Interest (EoI) for 100 percent divestment of Central Electronics Ltd (CEL) up to June 15, 2020. This is the third time when the government has to extend the bid submission […]

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Solar Companies Resume Manufacturing Cautiously after Govt Eases Lockdown Norms

With India slowly opening up its economic activities again after total shutdown for many days amidst coronavirus lockdown, various companies across the clean energy space, whether top brands or startups are also resuming operations by reopening their factories and offices. Despite lockdown continued, the government has provided permission to various companies across sectors to reopen […]

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