Power

Electricity Demand Growth Grew Fastest In India, China: IEA Report

A latest report from the International Energy Agency (IEA) said that electricity demand in 2023 plummeted in the United States and European countries. It, however, said that the power demand in India, China, and some South Asian countries grew rapidly. The global energy think tank attributed several reasons for the same. The report said that while China, […]

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Jakson Partners With NTPC To Boost Solar Power Production In Ayodhya

Indian solar module company–Jakson Group said that the company contributed to the growth of green energy in the temple city of Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh. In addition to powering the sacred site, Jakson Green—a subsidiary of Jakson Group, was roped in to boost green energy for the city through. The firm said it was possible […]

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Aker Plans First Subsea Power System For Floating Offshore Wind Power

Aker Solutions has signed a front-end engineering and design (FEED) contract with the Marine Energy Test Centre (METCentre) in Norway to pilot new subsea power system technology which has the potential to significantly reduce costs and complexity of offshore wind farms. The project will see Aker Solutions provide new power transmission technology, Subsea Collector, for […]

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Rise In Renewables In Europe Can Curb Up to 67% Emissions: Report

A recent event by Wood Mackenzie shared an analysis on the current growth in Europe’s flexible renewable energy. The report finds that, European power market will see its carbon intensity plummet. It accredits this rise with the change in ambitious climate-energy policies. Moreover, it finds that, flexibility to be key to enable this change, according to […]

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Australia Aims To Hike Its Power Capacity To 32 GW With New Investment

The Australian government recently announced the expansion of its existing Capacity Investment Scheme (CIS) and the National Energy Transformation Partnership (NETP), in conjunction with the states. It is set to expand the capital investment through CIS from the current pilot stage to 9 GW of dispatchable capacity and 23 GW of variable capacity nationally – […]

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Govt Amends Bidding Norms To Ease Early Starting Of Wind Projects

The Ministry of Power recently notified a new resolution to amend the norms for tariff-based bidding process for procurement of wind power from the wind energy generators in the country. The new resolution paved the way for early clean energy production and distribution commencement.  Earlier in 2023, the ministry had issued guidelines for tariff-based competitive bidding processes […]

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Adani Discom Used RE Energy To Power Mumbai During Diwali

Adani Electricity, the local power utility in Mumbai has delivered a green gift of sorts on Diwali to the financial capital. The firm says that it met the electricity demand of the territory in the metropolitan city it serves with renewable energy for a continuous four hours on Diwali. This was done during the Diwali […]

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Discoms In Gujarat To Levy Rs 0.87/Kwh As Surcharge For Open Access

The Gujarat Electricity Regulatory Commission (GERC), in its suo motto order, has specified the additional surcharge rate for the open access consumers in the state. As per the latest order of the state, it has specified Rs 0.87 per KwH applicable for open access services between October 1, 2023, and March 31, 2024. It comes after […]

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Gujarat Tops The List In India With Lowest Power Tariff For EV Charging

Gujarat seems to be India’s frontrunner regarding affordable tariffs for Electric Vehicle (EV) users. An analysis of the state-wise tariffs for the sector revealed that Gujarat offers the lowest tariff, ranging from Rs 4 to Rs 4.1 per unit, depending on the usage. On the other hand, Meghalaya seems to be charging a maximum of […]

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