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India is a key market for EDF

India is a key market for EDF

Marianne Laigneau, Group Senior Executive and Vice President- International Division, ElectricitT de France (EDF), believes that India and France see eye-to-eye on fighting global warming and in making low carbon energy choices. 'Our company's strategy in India,' she says, 'àis in line with the vision of the Government of India of generating 40 per cent renewable energy by 2030, and we look forward to a long-term partnership with the government and other Indian stakeholders, mainly on three pillars.'

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We Are Focused on Energy Transition in India

We Are Focused on Energy Transition in India

Nitin Prasad, Chairman, Shell Companies in India feels that the government is on the right track with its measures to attract international investments into the oil and gas sector. Speaking to INFRASTRUCTURE TODAY on the sidelines of FICCI's Business and Climate Summit, he also touched upon the British-Dutch multinational's India plans.

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India Needs to be Realistic on the Exploration Front

India Needs to be Realistic on the Exploration Front

Speaking exclusively to INFRASTRUCTURE TODAY, Prof Kirit Parikh, Chairman Integrated Research and Action for Development (IRADe) and author of the seminal report on pricing methodology for diesel, domestic LPG and PDS, believes that though the federal dispensation is presently offering lucrative terms to investors in the oil and gas sector, it must also ensure that those commitments are adhered to.

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India´s renewable energy potential is vast and untapped

India´s renewable energy potential is vast and untapped

India has 275 GW of installed electricity generating capacity which is significantly higher than 140 GW of peak demand of electricity across the country. The energy generated through coal alone is higher than its peak demand. Despite the installed capacity exceeding power demand, some parts of the country face acute power shortages and more than 300 million people in India are still without access to power.

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Interconnected India

Interconnected India

The Indian power system experienced phenomenal growth during the last few decades. Installed capacity has increased significantly from 170 GW during 2010 to 300 GW presently i.e., about 76 per cent increase