Period: Apr-2018 Vis-A-Vis Apr-2017 and Apr-Apr-2018 Vis-A-Vis Apr-Apr-2017.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi dedicated Kishanganga Hydro Power Station (330 MW) of NHPC to the nation.
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has successfully commissioned the prestigious 330 MW Kishanganga Hydro-Electric Project (HEP) in Jammu & Kashmir (J&K).
It is essential to ensure that the available renewable sources are utilized in the best possible manner. In order to maintain uninterrupted power supply, the authors propose that a pump hydro storage unit is used to manage the intermittencies associated with renewable energy sources…
India’s to make sure sustainable growth, not only economically but also from social and environmental factors dependency on thermal sector for power has been slowly decreasing considering conscious and smart & on the other hand our country’s potential for hydro-power generation is exponentially increasing, therefore, gradually shifting its base towards renewable energy generation for future plans…
Energy storage technologies can be employed to store the useful energy from renewable resources according to their availability and can be made use in future. They have the added benefits of improving stability, power quality, and reliability of supply...
The Tuirial HEPP has been constructed as a Central Sector Project and implemented by North Eastern Electric Power Corporation (NEEPCO), under the administrative control of the Ministry of Power, Government of India.
Nature has endowed the State of Himachal Pradesh with a vast economically exploitable hydropower potential of about 18,540 MW (with station installed capacity over 25 MW), which is equivalent to 1/8th of the total hydro power potential assessed in India.
Jammu and Kashmir is a region with immense potential for renewable energy projects. Considering the region’s vast potential to harness renewable resources and to promote clear energy, investment in this sector promises high returns.
India has vast potential for hydro power development. A major part of the unexploited potential exists in Himalayan and North Eastern regions. The hydro sector inherently poses few challenges primarily on account of risk associated with implementation that can be mitigated.