Tata Power, IndiaÂ’s largest integrated power company, has announced that the companyÂ’s total generation from non-fossil operating capacity stands at 3,060 MW, making it the largest renewable energy company in India.
The Finance Minister has taken a very pragmatic approach and crafted a Budget in a manner which can provide a boost to both infrastructure and manufacturing which will create employment and also augment IndiaÂ´s competitiveness vis-a-vis its peers and at the same time adhered to the Prime MinisterÂ´s Â´Make in IndiaÂ´ vision
Tata Power has registered its 50.4 MW wind energy plant at Gadag in north Karnataka. As the project has been set up under the clean development mechanism (CDM) programme of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC),
India has suffered a slowdown due to weak industrial growth. There is an immediate need to improve the macro-economic environment to accelerate the pace of reforms. As the year 2012 ends and the New Year rolls in, the existing troubles need immediate resolution.
Anil Sardana is the Managing Director of Tata Power since February 2011. Beginning August 2007 till January 31, 2011, he was the Managing Director of Tata Teleservices (TTSL) and Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra). Prior to August 2007, he worked in Tata Power for more than five years.
Pipelines and transmission lines have lower resistance to RoW or RoU acquisition than that for industries or power plants, except in cities. But thatâ€™s changing, says Janaki Krishnamoorthi, who analyses projects that have been stalled because of public protest against low compensation.