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Nokia, Tata Power-DDL to jointly modernise electrical grids

According to reports, Nokia and Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd will be enabling an Internet Protocol/Multiprotocol Label Switching (IP/MPLS) network to support the management of its electrical grid in North and North-west Delhi. This is Tata Power-DDL’s area of operation, according to a press statement. The statement said that the deployment has enabled Tata Power-DDL to support mission-critical operational services as well as traditional business and IT services all on a single communications network. Teleprotection makes it possible to detect the ... Read More »

Government’s renewables push to power up equipment makers

According to reports, the government’s recent and upcoming auctions of renewable energy projects may provide a boost to the stocks of Ujaas Energy, Suzlon Energy and PTC India, which are engaged in green energy production and financing. Suzlon and PTC India are expected to be the beneficiaries of the government’s 1000 MW wind power auctions last month. The power generated will be supplied to states that do not have adequate wind resources. Bid wins will provide more revenue visibility and ... Read More »

FOR CLEAN ENERGY, KARNATAKA, AP ARE IN THEIR ELEMENTS

According to reports, the Karnataka government is coming up with India’s first ever hybrid energy park (solar and wind) in Pavagada, a panchayat town in Tumakuru district, in the hope of wooing investors who also have a market in Andhra Pradesh’s Anantapur district nearby. Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh have always competed with each other in luring investors with industry-friendly incentives – earlier it was in the IT-BT sector, now it’s in the Energy sector. While Karnataka garnered the nation’s attention ... Read More »

Turbine companies to see how the wind blows

According to reports, as the Union government added a chunky 1,000 MW of capacity to the wind power market through the auction held last month, the fight for a share is playing out like a ball of meat tossed into a crocodile pond. Four companies — Sembcorp, Ostro, Mytrah and Inox — won mandates to set up 250 MW each and sell power to the public sector Power Trading Corporation, at a record low tariff of ₹3.46 a kWhr, in the ... Read More »

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