• Electrical India
  • Nov 5, 2015

India became the world's third largest producer of electricity in the year 2013 and accounts for 4.8% of global share in electricity generation. But its per capita electricity consumption is only 746 kWh, which is lower compared to many countries, though electricity tariff is cheaper in India.

  • 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

The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has recently signed an MoU with a group of public sector undertakings and others to setup a joint venture company for an offshore wind power project in Gujarat...

  • 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

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

  • Electrical India
  • Apr 5, 2015

Since last many years, electricity supply industry across the world is undergoing a structural and systemic change because of two main reasons: adoption of market oriented reforms in many countries (so called deregulation) and a shift towards renewable, clean and pollution free energy sources instead of fossil fuels.

  • Electrical India
  • Mar 5, 2015

The research paper discusses of redefining the 'kaizen' and 'innovation process' towards improving present and finding new renewable environmental friendly, safe, secure and sustainable high voltage power generating energy sources for future of the world and next generation with an integration plan for improvement, change and innovation process.

  • Electrical India
  • Feb 5, 2015

Plans of the new government to accelerate the generation of wind energy by adding an ambitious 100 GW every year is a welcome change in the Indian power scenario.