Siemens Gamesa, the renewable energy leader in the country has won India's first large commercial level renewable hybrid project from one of the leading Independent Power Producers in the country.
Mumbai-based RK Systems, has supplied and erected IndiaÂ’s tallest lattice met tower. Commissioned June 2017 in Southern India, the tower stretches 150 m high and features an array of NRG products, including 40C anemometers, 200P wind vanes, 110S temperature sensors, a BP20 barometric pressure sensor, and a SymphoniePRO data logger with iPackGPS for bankable, secure, and reliable data collection.
Union Minister of State for Power, Coal, New & Renewable Energy and Mines, Piyush Goyal, has launched Â‘Coal MitraÂ’, a Web portal for flexibility in utilisation of domestic coal. He also released reports on Â‘Renewable Energy Integration: Transmission an EnablerÂ’, Â‘Green Energy Corridor IIÂ’ and Â‘Electricity Demand Pattern AnalysisÂ’.
Independent power producers (IPPs) have invested Rs 29,308 crore on their proposed coal-based projects in Odisha. The promoters who have spent substantially on their projects are Sterlite Energy Ltd (Rs 8038 crore), GMR Kamalanga Energy Ltd (Rs 5,848.62 crore), Lanco Babandh Power Ltd (Rs 4214 crore), Monnet Power Company (Rs 3200 crore) and Jindal India Thermal Power Ltd (Rs 2,893 crore) and Ind Barath Energy (Utkal) Ltd (Rs 2150 crore). The state government has signed memorandum of understandi
Odisha government wants Jindal Steel and Power (JSPL) to sign power purchase agreement (PPA) with Gridco in order to be eligible for extension of its memorandum of understanding (MoU). It may be recalled that JSPL had signed MoU with the government in 2009 for a 1,320 mw coal-fired plant at Boin