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February 2018
AES, Mitsubishi building energy storage for India's Tata Power-DDL
Once completed later this year, the 10 MW solution will enable better peak load management, add system flexibility, and enhance reliability for more than 7 million customers in the Delhi region.
Why less energy makes more business sense
Startups use Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things to bring down energy consumption, electricity bills.
15 lakh energy-efficient pumpsets to be installed
Under the AP Govt. programme, the farmers will be given Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE)’s five-star rated energy-efficient pumpsets which will save about 30% energy and can be operated from home with the help of smart phones.
One lakh old ACs to be replaced in govt buildings in bid to conserve energy
Installing the air-conditioners will bring down energy consumption by 30%, which translates into reductions in greenhouse emissions generated during power production.
APGenco sets 5-year action plan to reduce T&D losses
The government of Andhra Pradesh has targeted to further reduce Transmission & Distribution losses and bring it to less than 3 per cent.
Line losses down to 8%, discom says fewer outages this summer
For the first time in years, the aggregate technical and commercial (AT&C) losses in Gurgaon's power distribution, have dropped to 8%, down from 18% last year. It is the lowest in all 11 districts in south Haryana, administered by discom Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (DHBVN).
NTPC ties up with Jabalpur, Jabalpur City Transport Service to set up EV charging infra
Jabalpur intends to become the model city by adopting the electric mobility for segments of electric vehicles and lead other cities to replicate Jabalpur model. Going ahead the charging of EVs shall be done by Renewable Energy.
Power for electric vehicle charging stations at Rs 6 per unit
MSEDCL has proposed to supply power to electric vehicle charging stations at Rs6 per unit. The company plans to start 500 charging stations in the state by 2020.
Audi has a new Smart Energy Network that uses EVs to help the power grid
The German automaker is taking a page out of Tesla’s book and piloting a new project called the Audi Smart Energy Network.