Tata Power plans to increase its renewable energy capacity by about 71 per cent to cut carbon emissions and reduce risks from fluctuating fuel prices. The utility is adding 646.7 MW of renewable energy capacity.
NTPC plans to increase its generation capacity to 36,000 MW by March next year.The company also plans to invest about Rs 3,300 crore to expand the capacity of its existing coal based plant at Sipat. The first super critical unit for the company, with a capacity of 660 MW, has been commissioned at the plant.
Developing nations contribute the most to carbon emissions, so now the spotlight is on us. Yet the continuing impasse between developed and developing nations on who should bell the cat is now gathering bothersome proportions.