Power Loss In India

India has the world’s fifth-largest electrical system, with an installed electric capacity of about 206 gigawatts (GW) In India, the share of private sector in power generation has risen substantially over the past few years, but state electricity boards continue to own nearly 95% of the distribution network. Thus, the entire value chain of the …

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Indira Paryavaran Bhawan

The building has been designed as the highest green rated building, i.e., GRIHA 5-Star and LEED India Platinum. The requirements of GRIHA 5-Star and LEEDS Platinum ratings have been achieved by adopting various measures some of which are as follows:  Effective Ventilation has been achieved by orientating the building in an East-West direction, separating different …

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News Report: India misses green energy targets for FY-13

Original News: http://www.thehindu.com/business/Industry/clean-energy-sector-misses-capacity-target/article5996521.ece Renwable energy addition target: 4325 Mw Renewable energy added capacity: 3640 Mw Total renewable capacity: 31,707 Mw *all in Mw Energy Capacity Resource wise In FY13, India missed the green energy target despite strong contribution from solar. But lapse of incentive scheme and uncertainties over policy framework hit the capacity addition in the …

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Solar: India – USA Domestic Content Requirement Issue

On January 11, 2010, India launched its national solar policy, the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM). Phase I of that national policy is composed of two parts: Batch 1 and Batch 2. Under Batch 1, India required developers ofsolar photovoltaic (“PV”) projects employing crystalline silicon technology to use solar modules manufactured in India. Subsequently, under Batch 2, India …

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