Policy makers in India have recognized the potential of energy storage that can help in Indian government to meet various policy priorities such as National Solar Mission, National Electric Mobility Mission and Mission for energy access.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is expected to make lasting changes to industries globally and the power sector is no exception. It’s still early days in terms of adoption, but there are numerous use cases for AI in the energy and utilities industries.
KOR Energy (India) Pvt. Ltd. a solar power company has bagged orders from four (4) companies for rooftop solar plants in the industrial area of Uttar Pradesh. Of the total 2.8MWp, 1200KWp rooftop solar plant is being installed at Apollo Metalax Ltd.
The India Power Sector is challenged by power loss during transmission and distribution. The Indian Electricity market is facinga serious challenge in providing continuous power supply to consumers.
It is imperative for India to focus on maximizing capacity utilization and overall lowering of power generation cost, instead of addition in installed capacity, and urgently address its existing excess capacities.
Micro hydro systems complement solar PV power systems because in many areas, water flow, and thus available hydro power, is highest in the winter when solar energy is at a minimum. Micro hydro systems are very flexible and can be deployed in a number of different environments.
'Normalizing' for weather or 'correcting' for it allows you to adjust your energy- consumption figures to factor out the variations in outside air temperature so you can then compare the normalized data fairly.
The revision of the Uttar Pradesh Solar Policy 2013 is anadmirable measure in light of the National Solar Mission target.However,the ‘Draft Uttar Pradesh Solar Policy 2017’ may further be improvised to touch upon some key challenges and explore more opportunities.
To help mitigate grid unreliability, the world's first battery storage plant was commissioned to produce 100 MW of electricity in November 2017 to the South Australian energy grid.This dispatch able renewable energy source could well set precedence for lithium-ion battery storage technology in the years to come.
The project will be developed by JBM Environment Management Pvt. Ltd. at an investment of Rs 176 crore and will entail door to door collection of waste, its transportation, construction & operation of the power plant.
Energetica India speaks with Mr.RAY LUIZ, Country Manager – India, Shenzhen Kstar New Energy Co
Energetica India catches up with Mr Manish Gupta , President , North India Module Manufacturer
UBM India speaks to Energetica India on UBM's role in India's Renewable energy sector.
Energetica India team catches up with the Sunshot Technologies to learn more about the company
Energetica India team catches up with the ProfEC Ventus Team.