• Electrical India
  • Nov 5, 2015

Worldwide, there are three different tariff policies that are designed to foster private investment in distributed energy resource or renewablesystems, namely, the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) and the Net Energy Metering (NM). Based on the experiences gathered in countries where implemented, this paper attempts to identify a system that would be most appropriate for implementation in a diverse democratic country such as India.

  • Electrical India
  • Nov 5, 2015

The energy landscape in Southeast Asia continues to shift as rising demand, constrained domestic production and energy security concerns lead to a greater role for coal, a sharp rise in the region’s dependence on oil imports and the reversal of its role as a major gas supplier to international markets.

  • Electrical India
  • Nov 5, 2015

In the last around two years, Indian power sector has grown at a very fast pace. Some of the plans, although made by the previous government, they could not accelerate their execution process. The present government, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Minister of State (IC) for Power, Coal and New & Renewable Energy Piyush Goyal; has been successfully driving the sector towards an all round success. They have for the first time outpaced the growth rate of several areas under this sector…

  • Electrical India
  • Oct 5, 2015

Globally, installation of renewable sources for power generation is being treated with high priority. India too is not an exception. The present government is trying hard to streamline smooth financing for the renewable energy project. There are some exemplary projects that are already running with high efficiency…

  • Electrical India
  • Oct 5, 2015

Coal–fired power stations are the least carbon efficient power stations in terms of the level of carbon dioxide produced per unit of electricity generated, and gas is the best. On an average 2.095 pounds of carbon dioxide per unit of electricity generated is produced in coal-fired power plants...

  • Electrical India
  • Aug 5, 2015

India still needs to add about 218 Giga Watt power to satisfy electricity demand for year 2016-17 and 298 GW for year 2021-22. As renewable energy is becoming more accessible, electric power is decentralising. So, the solution to overcome the challenge lies in Micro-Grid (Gram Power) development...

  • Electrical India
  • Aug 5, 2015

A hybrid power generation system basically can be formed by using individual converters with each renewable energy source...

  • Electrical India
  • Jun 5, 2015

Renewable energy is the most economical and suitable one for distributed generation and integration to the grid. Owing to its many other advantages, it is also most preferred for rural electrification...