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Publisher’s letter

India is making a big push for electric vehicles and aims at electrifying all vehicles in the country by 2032. According to reports, the...

ARE WE READY TO COMBAT CYBER ATTACKS ON OUR GRIDS?

In power management, there were lots of challenges when the things were completely manual, they started transforming with the advent of advanced automation, and now in the era of digitalisation most of the challenges are predictable, yet vulnerability is not a matter to take leniently.

Beyond the lockdown

After four successive months of decline, the power sector in India witnessed a spike in the demand in February. Overall, around 11 per cent...

‘ACHHE DIN’ FOR POWER SECTOR?

India is going to witness the biggest election in world history – the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 commencing 11th April. The political parties, eyeing to...

Good News on the Last Day of 2020

In the Indian Power Sector, one of the most significant developments of 2020 has come forward on the last day of the year. The...

India is already aligned with the global trend

Since January 2020, globally, the power sector had to face multiple challenges because of the spread of the Corona virus, it goes without saying...
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India’s socio-economic growth is closely linked to the growth of its power sector. After the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) storms back to power...

Launching of new Indian electrical equipment

The leading global technology research and advisory company, Technavio, which has been monitoring the electrical equipment market in India, pointed out a few months...

PUBLISHER’S LETTER

Hello and welcome once again to Electrical India. India’s electrical and (power) electronics industry is all set to witness one of the biggest trade...

Publisher’s letter

I feel extremely honoured and privileged to write this letter at such a remarkable moment in time for India’s oldest and most reputed magazine...

Publisher’s Letter

In the recent past, India has made great strides in expanding access to electricity. Now, according to the government estimate, with around 3,64,960 MW...

Publisher’s letter

After coal, gas, hydroelectricity and wind power, nuclear power is the fifth-largest source of electricity in India. The country’s installed nuclear power capacity is...

Our Government’s Appreciable Effort Towards Decarbonisation

I feel proud to think how much committed my country is towards decarbonisation. Our coal-based power sector accounts for almost 2.4 per cent of...

Publisher’s letter

Access to electricity plays a key role in socio-economic growth of any economy. It is also essential for livelihoods and community services such as...

Budget Impetus for power sector

The schemes announced in the Union Budget 2020 are all set to provide the much-needed thrust to the power sector.

Publisher’s letter

It is remarkable to be celebrating the 58th year of publication of Electrical India. On this landmark occasion, I take this opportunity in thanking...

PUBLISHER’S LETTER

Hello and welcome once again to Electrical India.India tops the list of the fastest growing economies in the world. To sustain this high growth...

Publisher’s letter

The Indian economy is witnessing signs of restoration and so is the power sector. In 2019, Indian power sector has achieved many significant milestones...

PUBLISHER’S LETTER

To beat the heat, in summer especially, more and more people across the country use air conditioner. Though the share of our citizens with ACs is very low, its growing fast, especially with rising income making it more ‘buyable’ and also rising temperatures making it a necessity.

Do Not Increase Economic Burden Now

In this CORONA infested phase, there is nothing much to especially talk about the Indian Power Sector. In most of the states, things are...