Our Company |   Join Our Club |      

news categories

news per location

November_December 2017 2017

Read our bloggers

Power Plants

  • Directorio de Eficiencia energética

Articles > Others

Author: S&P Global In collaboration with Platts sister company, S&P Global Market Intelligence, the Platts Top 250 Global Energy Company Rankings™ recognizes the top financial performers in energy . Download article
Author: Dr. S. S. Verma, Department of Physics, Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering & Technology Smart solid state transformers are far more effective devices with a number of advantages. The first and most important one is that they are energy efficient. Download article
Author: Energetica India The articles focuses on the Post UDAY Improvement Trends in the State of Rajasthan, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra. Download article
Author: Mr. A M Devendranath Vice President, BU Head -AC&R and Energy, Feedback Consulting The dilemma of choosing Electric Vehicles vs Hybrids vs Internal Combustion (IC) Engine based Auto development for India Download article
Author: David Frankel and Amy Wagne;McKinsey & Company This article considers the trends on how storage could transform the operations of grids and power markets, the ways that customers consume and produce power, and the roles of utilities and third parties. Download article
Author: Energetica India The article collates the updates and announcement from Ministry of New and Renewable Energy Download article
Author: International Energy Agency The role of VC in the energy sector has been reinvigorated since 2013 but is not yet at pre-2012 levels.This has been led by the rise of digital technologies in all parts of the value chain, in particular in consumer-facing segments. Download article
Author: Mr. Nitish Arora,Research Associate, Resource Efficiency & Governance, TERI In our view market based instruments such as green loyalty point system, interest free EMI option on purchase of energy efficient appliances are likely to work in India's context. Download article
Author: Gaurav Burman, Vice President & Country President, 75F Energy costs are on the rise, and so is the demand for energy. As a result, reducing the energy consumption of your bricks and mortar is fast becoming a no-brainer for any business. Download article
Author: Mr. Humberto L.Gonzalez,Regional Sales Manager, Magnetrol Environmental Thermal dispersion technologies are based on the operational principle that states the rate of heattransfer by a flow stream is proportional to its mass flow. Download article
Author: Energetica India The article collates the updates and announcement from India's Ministry of Power Download article
Author: INDIA RATINGS & RESEARCH Disparity and delay in payment of dues by state utilities, largely a manifestation of discoms' liquidity strain, plagues and often constrains the financial health of counter parties and ultimately ends up disincentivising investors. Download article
Author: Mercom Capital Group Mercom Capital Group released its report on funding and mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activityfor the Battery Storage, Smart Grid, and Energy Efficiency sectors for the second quarter and first half of 2017. Download article
Author: Energetica India Opening up new coal reserves in Australia is simply incompatible with avoiding a future of far more dangerous climate change, and would risk increasing dangers and hardships for communities around the world. Download article
Author: Summarised by Energetica India It is still possible to meet the Paris temperature goals if emissions peak by 2020 at the latest, and there are signs to show the movement in that direction as global CO2 emissions have not increased for the past three years. Download article
Author: Energetica India Bloomberg's Outlook on Electric Vehicles. Download article
Author: Energetica India Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) announced Awards for Innovative Ideas in New and Renewable Energy-'Abhinav Soch-Nayec Sambhawanayen'. Download article
Author: Mr. Sandeep Khasnavis and Dr Parveen Kumar,Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP It should not be surprising, if soon, we find street lights, slums and night eateries that are lit by LED (Light Emitting Diode) lamps. The Indian government is heading in the best possible way to replace conventional lighting sources with LED. From distributing LED bulbs for free or initiating talks with various agencies for replacing street lights with LED: the government is doing it all. Download article
Author: Summarised by Energetica India While the G20 group is a major source of energy demand and energy-related GHG emissions, it also plays an integral role in combatting climate change. Collectively, G20 countries are the key driver of low-carbon technology deployment: the G20 holds 98% of global installed wind power generation, 96% of solar PV and 94% of nuclear power capacity. Download article
Author: Summarised by Energetica India The research is set out to understand the state of play of the finance industry in the Asia Pacific region in relation to climate change. Download article
Author: Mr. Ashok Sethi,COO and Executive Director, Tata Power The article talks about the unique features of Mumbai's 24X7 power supply, while outlining ways it will have to adopt in order to remain the most power efficient city in the country.
Download article
Author: Energetica India Enincon Consulting has come out with a research report focused on captive power plants in India. Energetica India brings, for the readers, the highlights of the report. We also speak to Mr. Ravi Shekhar, Partner & Head - Research and Consulting on the research conclusions. Download article
Author: Summarised by Energetica India Financial Institution, ANZ, has carried out a research to understand the state of play of the finance industry in the Asia Pacific region in relation to climate change. Download article
Author: United Nations ESCAP Fossil fuel subsidy reform to phase out consumer and producer subsidies will be a key element to rebalance economic incentives away from fossil fuels and in favour of cleaner sources of energy.It can also help to achieve the SDGs, due to the significant and negative macroeconomic,environmental, social and equity implications of energy subsidies. Download article
Author: Summarised by Energetica India Many experts view electricity storage as a potential game changer for managing and using electricity generated by VRE. Storage will be particularly important for distributed systems, for several reasons. At the same time, there are several barriers to be overcome before battery storage can be fully integrated as a mainstream option in the power sector. However, there are promising signs of progress. Download article
Author: Summarised by Energetica India The Outlook for Energy is ExxonMobil’s global view of energy demand and supply through 2040. Download article
Author: Summarised by Energetica India The article details India’s annual power generation plan 2017-18. Download article
Author: Massimo Brotto, Sales Engineering Manager, HIMOINSA The demand for primary energy, the energy needed to meet the basic needs of the population for heating, transport and electricity consumption, has consistently grown in recent decades. Download article
Author: Nicolas Gayraud Project Manager at GMD Solutions Graphene is a nanomaterial, allotrope of carbon, which has attracted remarkable interest due to its fantastic characteristics. It is a honeycomb-patterned sheet of carbon atoms, only one-atom thick and 200 times stronger than steel. Download article
Author: Ms. Epica MANDAL SARKAR, Research Consultant&Mr.TanmaySarkar, Senior Research Engineer (CSTEP) For the long-term scenario, indigenously developed advanced BMSs will enable large-scale EV manufacturing in India and safe operation of EV fleets. Download article
Author: Muzammil Patel (partner) and Rahul Murthi (Senior Manager) Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India LLP How hedge accounting under IND-AS 109 can remove the disconnect between the risk management strategy and reported earnings. Download article
Author: RAJAT KAPOOR A SMART CITY is an urban region that is highly advanced in terms of overall infrastructure, communication, sustainable real estate and market viability. Download article
Author: Energetica India The Ministry of New & Renewable Energy has come out with the statistics of allocated targets & its achievement in setting up biogas plants in the country in last 3 years under National Biogas and Manure Management Programme Download article
Author: MR. ABHINAV BHASKAR, RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATION; TERI The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change projects that demand for air conditioning in emerging-market economies will have a significant impact on energy use worldwide, jumping from about 300 terawatt-hours in the year 2000 to more than 10,000 in 2100 [IPCC] Download article
Author: YOGESH GOKHALE, FELLOW WITH THE FORESTRY AND BIODIVERSITY AREA, TERI Globally, India is a mega-diverse country with a great variation in agro-ecological conditions across the length and breadth of the country. But all across the so called developed pockets in the country, there seems to be a similar pattern, which fails to recognize the potential of biodiversity to find solutions to the local issues of natural resource management Download article
Author: MR KANWALJEET SINGH KUKREJA, SR. MANAGER–MARKETING & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC INFRASTRUCTURE LIMITED The concept of smart city revolves around the fact that the technology should be used to enrich society and the lives of people in a practical and relatable way. The plan not only looks at basic elements like power, water, residences and telecommunications but also various aspects like governance, commerce, social, healthcare, logistics and environment that affects day to day survival Download article
Author: SANDEEP GOSWAMI, COO, FOUNTAINHEAD II A smart city was always a town-planner and architects dream; only in their parlance it was called New Urbanism. The concept is a township where people have easy access to school, markets, hotels and hospitals all at walking distance. Even the Business district would be just a few kilometres away Download article
Author: Energetica India As Asia’s largest and the world’s third largest exhibition on architecture, building materials, innovation, and design, The Economic Times ACETECH is one such platform that brings together architects, designers, developers, engineers, contracting companies and all other industry experts under one roof for displaying and sourcing products and services expediently
Download article
Author: Energetica India The show provided the stakeholders in the power industry a worldview on technology, best practices, new systems and forecasting the trends in the future of electricity, both from the technology and a socio-economic point of view Download article
Author: Energetica India The Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP) has recently released the report “Reconceptualising Smart Cities: A Reference Framework for India” Download article
Author: MR. VINIT PATEL,CMD; AMDAVAD ENVIRO PROJECTS PVT LTD India as a nation still has a long way to go in terms of managing its construction and demolition waste. Yet with the boom in the green building industry and better understanding of waste management methodology this seems like a new horizon, which soon shall be tamed Download article
Author: GLOBAL GREEN SUMMIT Global Green Summit is a platform that addresses concerns for green living and a balanced economy and discusses ‘global’ concepts that can further a sustainable world. Launched in the year 2010, the event has been effective and impactful in kicking off a discourse on environmentally sustainable policies among experts, activists and pioneers of the ecological cause Download article
Author: Energetica India Energetica India speaks to Mr. Ashok Sethi, COO and ED, Tata Power to further understand the project details Download article
Author: Energetica India Energetica India speaks to Mr. Ashok Sethi, COO and ED, Tata Power to further understand the project details Download article
Author: Energetica India The potential for the Indian smart metering market is enormous, but the solutions underpinning it must be designed specifically to deal with the economic and environmental conditions in which they will be deployed Download article
Author: Ms.Aanchal Sinha Energy is a critical input that no business can do without. Energy for a number of industries contributes to a significant chunk of their operating expense. Energy is a key business issue that needs to be addressed to ensure a business’s sustainability. Businesses are spending more and more on energy consumption with no end in sight. In order to identify a solution to your energy problem, it is critical to first understand the reasons why the energy bill is so high Download article
Author: Energetica India Building a smart grid and supporting innovation is part of the government’s economic plan for Ontario, Canada. Energetica India speaks to Mr. Bob Chiarelli, Minister of Energy, MPP Ottawa West-Nepean to learn more Download article
Author: Mr. Jasraj Virdi, Head of Public Affairs and CSR, CLP India The new 2% CSR law should be viewed as an opportunity and a guide for businesses to formalise their commitment to communities. Download article
Author: Mr Ashish Gulati Country Head at Telit Wireless Solutions M2M technologies, which combine sensors and applications that leverage the power of the available wireless (GSM/ CDMA/ Zigbee) networks to help machines communicate with each other are driving the evolution of smart metering concepts across the world. M2M technologies are not only helping utilities become economically more viable but are also making consumers aware of conservation techniques that could help bring down their energy costs Download article
Author: Abhishek Bhattacharya, Vice President; Rashed Haq, Vice President of Energy Commerce; and Charles Ford,Director - Sapient Global Markets As energy merchants face tighter profitability, they need to look beyond reduced cost to efficiency and automation and explore innovative ways to identify new revenue opportunities around their current portfolio. This article discusses emerging approaches for harnessing emerging information services and technology capabilities to more systematically detect new revenue opportunities Download article
Author: Care Research CERC has finally notified the long awaited Compensatory Tariff orders on imported coal based Tata and Adani Mundra projects. With this landmark judgement, CERC has managed to do a fine balancing act of preserving project viability for developers without disturbing sanctity of PPA and creating a mechanism for optimizing DISCOM power purchase costs, thereby reducing tariff shock to consumers. Download article
Author: Energetica India Energetica India discusses India’s interim budget with industry experts. Download article
Author: Rahul Sharma Rahul Sharma discusses the State’s response to nation-wide grid failure in 2012: Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) recommended several measures aimed at ensuring grid discipline by states electricity board, thereby ensuring grid stability. Download article
Author: Mr Ashok Kaushik MD, Ensto India Pvt Ltd Ashok Kaushik discusses the urgent need for better distribution system in India. The electricity demand in the country is growing every day making it important to introduce high reliability of the distribution network. Download article
Author: Shankar Karnik, Asia Pacific Mobil SHC Brand Manager, ExxonMobil Lubricants Pvt Ltd Shankar Karnik from ExxonMobil Lubricants describes steps that maintenance
professionals can take to help prevent water and air from contaminating lubricants and
impacting equipment performance.
Download article
Author: Arvind Tiwari, Manager, Transmission & Distribution System Laborat ory, GE Global Research The article highlights the major grid challenges in India and the way ahead for India. Download article
Author: Tanmay Mazumder The article discusses the concept of generation of electricity from speed breaker arrangements on road. Energetica India as a responsible media encourage the discussions of new concepts/ideas among industry peers. Download article
Author: Energetica India Magazine “With the introduction of new pooled financing, financial covenants and defaults will no longer be measured at the individual project level” Download article
Author: Energetica India Magazine “Despite the problems, the demand for power in India, bottoming of PV prices and failure of power plant capacity addition based on gas and imported coal have contributed to the expansion of the Indian solar market into the Gigawatt plus scale” Download article
Author: Energetica India Energetica India summarizes the study from FICCI showing how lack of power is affecting India’s Industrial Growth. Download article
Author: Indian Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers’ Association (IEEMA) IEEMA studies the 2 year growth of Indian electrical equipment industry; analyzing the reasons for a negative growth. Download article
Author: Mitul Thapliyal and Jasdev Soni Smart Grid is not only a technology solution but a combination of interventions across policy, technology and society to create an efficient and sustainable energy infrastructure. Download article
Author: Tony Spizzichino, CEO Telit RF Technologies Tony Spizzichino discusses the application of M2M Technology in developing Smart Cities. Download article
Author: Martin Murnane, Solar PV Systems Engineer, Analog Devices This article suggest how isolation technology can reduce cost, increase smart grid integration, and improve safety of solar PV inverters. Download article
Author: Energetica India The article lists down the smart grid projects being carried out in India and its benefits. Download article
Author: Sokolov E.V. It is still remembered pictures of the disaster at Fukushima-1Nuclear Power Plant, when because of the earthquake and then tsunami on the station, electricity was aborted and the regular cooling systems are stopped on all three working electrical power units. In this situation it was necessary to resort to the cooling of the fuel slug with sea water, but the water level is falling at its uninterrupted supply to the cooling system. Water cooling is not produced proper results due to destruction o Download article
Author: Dr. Ratheesh Kumar P M, 3M India Ltd Dr.Kumar enlightens readers to Energy Savings through Window Films Download article
Author: Steffen Kügler, TÜV SÜD Industrie Service Companies intent on saving energy need to know exactly how much energy they consume where and when. This process produces an enormous amount of data. For companies choosing the right data management solution that brings their own needs into line with regulatory and legal requirements is of critical importance. Download article
Author: Sharada B., Energetica India Sharada from Energetica India brings the on-going projects/investments happening in India’s Smart Grid Sector. Download article
Author: Bharat VasandanI, Energetica India Energetica India, Media Partner to Energy Positive Habitat event at Auroville, discusses the Energy Positive Habitat space in India with the Leaders of the Industry. Download article
Author: Energetica India Mr. Surjit Lahiri discusses with Energetica India, the Smart Grid Industry in India, the growth drivers, the
challenges and the work being done by Mindteck.
Download article
Author: Energetica India Energetica India talks with Exxon Mobil to understand more on its latest initiatives towards ensuring ‘Energy Efficiency’ Download article
Author: Bharat VasandanI, Energetica India Energetica India brings a teaser document for a concept in electric vehicles.The company(ETS) is looking at implementation funding;Rs7 crores to initiate with to Rs25 crores to fully develop potential Download article
Author: Bharat VasandanI, Energetica India Energetica India was the only Indian power sector focused magazine to be selected for Ontario’s Smart Grid Tour. The article looks at Ontario’s achievements in smart grid. Download article
Author: Bharat Vasandani and Blessymol Thomas Energetica India shares India’s basic draft plan on Smart Grid. Download article
Author: Energetica India Energetica India analyses the results of Texas Instruments’ acquisition of National Semiconductor, for the Indian
power market.
Download article
Author: Sarla Technologies Sarla Technologies discusses the need and benefits of Energy Monitoring Solutions in India’s industrial space Download article
Author: Mr. Hiten Khatau, Chairman & Managing Director, Cable Corporation of India Ltd Mr.Hiten Khatau shares with Energetica India’s readers the type of cables available in India’s power sector and their properties. Download article
Author: Rasika Gokhale Athawale The concept of an Energy Park is gaining momentum across the globe. Especially so at places where huge industrial sites (or nuclear weapons sites) which were once buzzing centers of production, have now been deserted thanks to unsustainable pollution levels. Governments are trying to convert such manufacturing hubs into model green sites. Download article
Author: Souma Das, Managing Director and Vice President – Sales, India, at Infor Mr. Souma Das looks at some of the biggest culprits of energy waste in manufacturing plants, and highlights the colossal opportunity to turn waste into profit. Download article
Author: Bharat Vasandani India\'s NAPCC looks to marry climate change with economic development. India has and
will see more initiatives to look at sustainable business.
Download article
Author: Bharat Vasandani, Energetica India Energetica India was invited to TUV SUD’s Safe Future Now India conference. The event is followed by a chat with Mr.Roy, Asst. Vice President - Energy and Environmental Services, TÜV SÜD South Asia. Download article
Author: Bharat Vasandani, Energetica India SKF, a leading global designer and manufacturer of engineered solutions in bearings,seals, mechatronics, lubrication systems and services, had arranged for a technical press day in Mumbai. Download article
Author: Mr. Patnaik, Consulting Editor, Energetica India Energetica India attended the Power Summit in Dec 2011 and brings for the readers the discussion on the challenges in the Indian Power Space and current Industry dynamics. Download article
Author: Bharat Vasandani, Energetica India Applied Materials India and Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay had organized panel discussion on “Technology Differentiation for Enabling Solar Manufacturing in India”. Download article
Author: Not supplied Advantages of GIS Based Outage Management System in Power Distribution
· Consumers will get quick response and faster fault rectification during outages
· OMS will identify likely faulty section prior to site visit by field personnel
· Fault identification intelligence derived by integrating SCADA, GIS and SAP
· Consumers will remain informed during planned outages
· Outages frequency will be reduced by better planning
Download article