• Electrical India
  • Dec 5, 2017

The cheap import of Chinese equipment exposes the sector to quality defaults which may disrupt the reliability & high standards which the transmission sector has so far adhered to. This would also necessitate extensive maintenance of facilities. The sector needs to maintain strict quality control, states Anant Bajaj, Joint Managing Director, Bajaj Electricals in an interaction with Electrical India…

  • Electrical India
  • Dec 5, 2017

The faster we provide the necessary support, the quicker it can become a serious contributor to nation growth and reduce its energy dependence on fossil fuel and carbon emission, states Ashish Khanna, ED & CEO, Tata Power Solar in an interaction with Electrical India…

  • Electrical India
  • Nov 5, 2017

Dynamic Cables Ltd began its journey 30 years ago by taking up manufacturing of conductors, from those humble beginnings the company has grown into one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of MV and LV Aerial Bunched Cables, MV & LV XLPE Power Cables, LV PVC Power & Control Cables & ACSR /AAA/AA conductors used for transmission and distribution of electricity. The government is bolstering the power sector in India by providing fresh impetus to the completion of electrification projects apart from commissioning additional capacity. This has helped the overall industry tread on a healthy growth trajectory, informs Ashish Mangal, Managing   Read More...

  • Electrical India
  • Nov 5, 2017

With enhanced target of achieving 175 gigawatts of clean energy by 2022, it is necessary to ensure policy stability, continuity and improve the financial health of electricity utilities. With only five years left to reach 2022, our achievement is 46 GW. That means in the remaining five years, we need average annual capacity addition of 25 GW. It is a herculean task, informs G M Pillai, IAS, Founder Director General, World Institute of Sustainable Energy (WISE) in an interaction with Electrical India…

  • Electrical India
  • Nov 5, 2017

UL’s services to the energy sector cater to low and medium voltage switchgear and control gear products as well as renewable energy products. UL has a world class testing center at its Bangalore lab that caters to this sector and over 100 dedicated professionals that serve over 500 manufacturers in India. UL’s switchgear laboratory is one of India’s largest third party testing lab that can conduct limited short-circuit testing of products as well as help manufacturers sell their products in the US, Europe, China and Latin American markets, apart from others. We need to explore other options to ensure that our dependence of coal and oil is red   Read More...

  • Electrical India
  • Nov 5, 2017

Fluke Corporation is the world leader in the manufacture, distribution and service of electronic test tools and software. Fluke has helped define and grow a unique technology market, providing testing and troubleshooting capabilities that have grown to mission critical status in manufacturing and service industries. From industrial electronic installation, maintenance and service, to precision measurement and quality control, Fluke tools help keep business and industry around the globe up and running. Indian electrical test and measurement market still remains price sensitive and price plays a major role, informs Prasanta Das, Director-Market   Read More...

  • Electrical India
  • Nov 5, 2017

Energy efficiency is a key component in the government’s bid to help India transform into a clean energy hub without significantly compromising upon its growth objectives. With implementation of various energy efficiency measures in various sectors such as agriculture, municipalities, buildings, domestic, industries a considerable quantum of electricity can be saved. EESL has already retrofitted over 35 lakh streetlights across 23 states and four Union Territories in the country, leading to an annual energy saving of 46.63 crore kWh to Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) while resulting in an avoidance of 117 MW peak demand as well as a reduction of   Read More...

  • Electrical India
  • Nov 5, 2017

India garnered an investment of $10.2 billion from across the globe ranking fifth in the world. This is the result of a stable government policy and commitment to renewable energy. China might be the manufacturing hub for solar PV, but India is certainly one of the biggest markets for both solar and wind, informs Aruna Kumarankandath, Programme Manager, Renewable Energy Programme, Centre for Science and Environment in an interaction with Electrical India…