• Power Scenario Of Chhattisgarh

    Power Scenario Of Chhattisgarh

    Electricity utilization is a vital index that decides the progress level of a state. The ‘Power for All’ programme is a foremost stride in this way. This cooperative project of Government of India and Government of Chhattisgarh aims to augment the satisfaction levels of the consumers and perk up the quality of people’s life via 24x7 power supply. This would result in swift inclusive development of the state...

  • Power Scenario Of Uttarakhand

    Power Scenario Of Uttarakhand

    Power sector plays a vital role in infrastructure and growth of economy of every state. Uttarakhand has grown at a faster rate in order to eliminate the differences between it and other existing states. An efficient and financially sound power sector is a prime factor for growth as well as poverty reduction. This article presents various power related aspects of Uttarakhand...

  • Influence Of The Joint Design

    Influence Of The Joint Design

    The challenge is how to perform cable underground installations in the most cost effective manner. The total costs of underground cable systems can vary widely even for the same voltage, power and length, making it difficult to generalise...

  • Analysis And Elimination Of Third Harmonics

    Analysis And Elimination Of Third Harmonics

    This article discusses the power quality issues and how is the unwanted component (called harmonic) introduced. Consequence of harmonics according to their sequence will be different and most precarious also. Moreover, different strategies according to different cases are discussed. We have discussed four different cases. Whereever necessary, the mathematical analysis is shown with output waveform to prove the arguments...

  • Interview with Anil Uppal, Managing Director cum CEO, KVTEK Power Systems Pvt. Ltd.

    Interview with Anil Uppal, Managing Director cum CEO, KVTEK Power Systems Pvt. Ltd.

    KVTEK Power Systems Pvt. Ltd. designs and manufactures technically advanced and easy-to-use products for High Voltage, High Current and High Power test systems and measurement instruments. In an exclusive e-interview with Electrical India, Anil Uppal (Managing Director cum CEO) of the company is explaining to PK Chatterjee how the growth of their business is getting affected because of import of T&M equipment from China. Excerpts...

  • Future Perspective For Renewable Energy In India

    Future Perspective For Renewable Energy In India

    The power generation shortfall in India is estimated at 11% of the total energy, and 15% of the peak capacity requirements and these figures are likely to increase. This is despite the fact that the country is already consuming more than 2 million barrels of imported oil a day – a figure that is growing by about 10 percent annually...

  • Interview with G.M. Pillai, I.A.S., Founder Director General, WISE (Pune)

    Interview with G.M. Pillai, I.A.S., Founder Director General, WISE (Pune)

    The World institute of Sustainable Energy (WISE) is a not-for-profit institute established in 2004 in Pune, India, committed to the cause of promoting sustainable energy and sustainable development, with specific emphasis on issues related to renewable energy, energy security, energy efficiency, and climate change. In an exclusive interview with Electrical India, G. M. Pillai, I.A.S., Founder Director General, WISE (Pune), is detailing their activities to PK Chatterjee. Excerpts...

  • Carbon Credits For Financing Renewable Projects

    Carbon Credits For Financing Renewable Projects

    It is always useful to recycle the waste material. Recycling process consumes about half of the energy to produce same quantity of products, which would have been otherwise made from the virgin materials...

  • Investment In Renewable Power

    Investment In Renewable Power

    Keeping in view the falling tariff in Solar PV, there has been talk of having competitive bidding in wind power also, however it would be a challenge to opt for competitive bidding in case of wind as the wind power is very site specific – even in locations which are high wind zone as compared to solar which is more widespread phenomenon...

  • Interview with Yoshiaki Inayama, Managing Director, Toshiba JSW Power Systems Pvt. Ltd.

    Interview with Yoshiaki Inayama, Managing Director, Toshiba JSW Power Systems Pvt. Ltd.

    Toshiba JSW Power Systems Pvt. Ltd. (TJPS) is a Joint Venture between Toshiba Corporation, Japan and JSW Group, India. It was initially incorporated to manufacture and market Super-critical Steam Turbines and Generators for Thermal Power Plants in India. It has been merged with Toshiba Thermal & Hydro Power Systems Company, a division of Toshiba India Private Limited, to broaden the gamut from Manufacturing to One-stop Solution for Engineering, Manufacturing, Procurement, Construction and Services (EMPCS) of Thermal Power Plant. In an exclusive e-interview with Electrical India, Managing Director of the company Yoshiaki Inayama is briefing on their operations to PK Chatterjee. Excerpts...

  • Addressing Energy Needs & Environmental Challenges

    Addressing Energy Needs & Environmental Challenges

    Nuclear energy can make a valuable contribution to worldwide socio-economic development. In this article, the need of nuclear energy to meet the growing energy needs, the present scenario in India and in the world, the advantages and disadvantages of nuclear energy for environmental safety and the international measures taken for nuclear safety are discussed. If the growing world economy continues to rely on traditional thermal energy sources, carbon emissions would significantly rise and environmental consequences like greenhouse effect, global warming, and climate change would progressively become a serious cause for concern...

  • Interview with V S Nandakumar, Director General, CPRI

    Interview with V S Nandakumar, Director General, CPRI

    Central Power Research Institute (CPRI) is the power house of the Indian electrical industry. Set up in 1960 by the Government of India, it functions as a centre for applied research in electrical power engineering – assisting the electrical industry in product development and quality assurance. In an exclusive e-interview with Electrical India, V S Nandakumar, Director General, CPRI, is fielding questions from P K Chatterjee. Excerpts...

  • Power Generation

    Power Generation

    Geothermal energy can solve the power shortage problem of the country, as India contains part of one of the largest geothermal areas in the world...

  • How & Where Are We Going?

    How & Where Are We Going?

    Our government has formulated an Integrated Energy Policy (IEP) document that gives a roadmap to develop energy supply options and increased exploitation of renewable energy sources. This article tries to explore how far our power industry is aligned to the global trend…

  • Present Power Scenario In India

    Present Power Scenario In India

    All countries are now amassing their ‘power from renewables’ agenda. India too is not an exception...

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