Indian government is encouraging commercial deployment of battery electric vehicles through the Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles in India (FAME-II) scheme. Does this mean that the country is ready for the next automobile revolution? - Priyank Agarwal
The article describes the importance of monitoring power quality parameters for stabilising the electricity grid. The recurrent and intermittent renewable energy connections also induce voltage fluctuations, harmonics, surges and imbalances in the grid. These are power quality issues which need to be addressed. - Jayant Sinha
India is making a big push for electric vehicles. Industry veteran C.V. Govinda Raju delves deep into various aspects of e-mobility while taking a look at the comparison of the running cost of petrol and EVs.
Smart grid and related enhancements are the important aspects of smart city, allowing for better usage of data analytics for outage management to improve the reliability and overall availability of the grid to customers. - Supreeth Srinivasa Rao
In smart cities, from traffic to security surveillance, from water distribution to electricity theft, from pollution control to waste management, are aimed to be powered by IoT, leveraging devices, sensors and real-time apps. - Pankaj Goyal
The electrical infrastructure that India needs must be built through copper power cables. - Deepal Shah
The tasks involved in the control and management of an interconnected electric power system are grouped. The first group covers the direct operational control of the system as a daily routine. The second group involves short-term scheduling, including the near future. - C. S. Indulkar
Thermal Imaging Cameras were once common in utility and industrial plants. Here’s an in-depth analysis on why thermal imaging is becoming important in electrical industry.
Advanced energy storage technologies can play an important role in renewable integration, energy access, electric mobility and the smart cities initiatives of the Indian government. - Debi Prasad Dash
An in-depth analysis on why smart cities could be a golden opportunity for electrical equipment industry. - Subhajit Roy, Group Editor
The rapid advent of ICT integrated control system including micro-grid could make RE as right candidate for smart cities project. Intelligent micro grid based solar power and electrical mode of vehicular mobility are anticipated to provide added advantages for smart cities projects in India. - Porf. D C Baruah
The article aims to assess the necessity of smart electricity for manifestation of smart city. - Dr. Sarat Kumar Sahoo
Artificial Intelligence is emerging as a money saving answer to climate change and to improve efficiency of the oil and gas sector.
Varun Gupta, Director, Calco Poly Technik explains why engineered plastics are gaining acceptance in electrical industry. - Varun Gupta
Is India on track to increasing capacity in the power sector? – Subhajit Roy, Group Editor
The FLIR T840 infrared (IR) camera is designed to help electric utility and other thermography professionals comfortably survey equipment both indoors or outdoors and seek out signs of failure all day long.
Gas turbines are found to be more efficient than coal power plants at full load and at minimum complaint load. However, their efficiency range is broader and their minimum power load is higher than those of coal power plants. - Ashok Upadhyay
“With a greater focus on R&D, India’s transport can become all electric by 2030. There is a need for innovative alternative solutions for EV technology adoption with the application of the IoT to get the maximum out of batteries.” - Prof. Ashok Jhunjhunwala, IIT Madras
The British Standard three-pin socket outlet is widely celebrated as one of the safest and most sophisticated in the world. One individual whose ideas helped to form the design we are familiar with today was Charles Arnold, electrical engineer and co-founder of MK Electric. As the company celebrates turning 100 years old, Emma Segelov, EMEA marketing operations manager for MK Electric by Honeywell, looks back at the socket’s humble beginnings. - Emma Segelov