Dow Corning, a global player in silicones and silicon-based technology and innovation, inaugurated the Sahayog Building Solutions Centre in New Delhi, recently. Dedicated to providing technical support and customer service, specialists at this new Centre will collaborate with construction industry professionals, providing comprehensive project support, industry-leading technical training and hands-on, […]
Tata Power Delhi Distribution (TPDDL) and FINPRO (a Finnish non-profit organisation owned by the Finnish Government) have signed an...
The Bill & Melinda Gates Hall at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York brings together the school’s computing and information...
IL&FS said that Japan-based financial services Group ORIX Corp has set up a joint venture with it to expand presence in wind energy...
The 100 smart cities mission launched by the government to inject our cities with the latest infrastructure and amenities is an ambitious one. The project requires smart planning and organisation to make Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision a reality. Some of the important factors that need attention include preparing the […]Read more ›
Comment on the significance of the work being done by ISGF. What are the products and solutions that STMicroelectronics is showcasing at the India Smart Grid Week? Any new launches? Ms Sapna Mongia, Head- Technical Marketing and Application -Industrial and Power Discrete Group Business, STMicroelectronics, India Supplying energy efficiently is […]Read more ›
By Amol Kalsekar The wires and cables industry in India has come a long way, growing from being a small industry to a very large one, over the past decade. Although the industry comes with a lot of technical and quality nuances, it is mostly volume driven. Over the last 20 years, the […]Read more ›
Babu Babel, President, IEEMA explains the key concerns of the power equipment industry, the growth prospects and industry’s expectations from Budget 2016, in an interview with Monica Chaturvedi Charna… Is the power equipment industry growth in 2016 expected to surpass the growth rate of 13% (as on June 2015)? Which segments are expected […]Read more ›
A rough and bumpy road ahead for Indian equipment manufacturers, says JD Kulkarni. The entire Indian power sector is going through a difficult phase since a long time. May it be generation, transmission or distribution, all the sectors are facing problems. No new major investment is coming into the sector and the existing investment […]Read more ›
FG Wilson, a global leader in the supply of diesel generator sets, announced the launch of its new range of generator sets in India. Designed exclusively for the Indian market, the new generator sets with power outputs ranging from 10 to 200 kVA, will have key features such as excellent fuel efficiency, product life and […]Read more ›
Solutions for the feed-in management and intelligent local network stations To address requirements of an intelligent distribution network, the government’s smart grid initiative is a welcome step. The smart grid (intelligent transmission and distribution) is capable of monitoring and responding to changes in everything from power plants, customer preferences to individual appliances. Solutions from Phoenix Contact Close cooperation with […]Read more ›
Danfoss India keeping in line with its cutting edge energy efficient technology offerings, has extended its range of compressor and condenser units for low temperature cold room applications in the country. Benefi ts of LLZ Compressors • Multi-refrigerant scrolls save on inventory • Vapour injection available with optional economiser kit increases LLZ efficiency and […]Read more ›
Su-Kam Power Systems Ltd has launched its new product – Brainy Eco, an intelligent solar home UPS. The first of its kind, Brainy Eco runs the load and simultaneously charges the battery using solar power. Designed to give priority to solar power, Brainy Eco uses grid/ DG power only when solar power/battery charge is insufficient to meet the load […]Read more ›
By Umesh Agrawal In a reducing deficit scenario, Integrated Resource Planning is of paramount importance for the system to effective meet the demand at efficient costs. Peak deficit recently has declined to 3.2% (September 2015) from 10.6% (March 2012), highlighting that capacity additions (from 230 GW in March 2012 to 319 GW in September […]Read more ›