• Electrical India
  • Jan 5, 2017

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...

  • Electrical India
  • Jan 5, 2017

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...

  • Electrical India
  • Jan 5, 2017

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...

  • Electrical India
  • Nov 5, 2016

For the home electricity supply of the future, most experts currently assume that new types of storage will come into wide use. The Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE is now working on two research projects to address the aspects related to the acceptance and dissemination of the lithium-ion battery technology…

  • Electrical India
  • Jan 5, 2016

Iran is on an aggressive growth path to develop renewable energy to manage with capacity shortages, notes Frost & Sullivan…

  • Electrical India
  • Jan 5, 2016

Contrary to the popular belief that fossil fuel is indispensible; there are alternative clean, low-cost technologies available that can help the world give up fossil fuels…

  • Electrical India
  • Dec 5, 2015

India is executing one of the most radical energy sector transformations ever undertaken, and this year has shown that the flow of finance is matching the ambition…

  • 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.