January 2021

India has ambitious renewable energy capacity goals of 175 GW by 2022 and 450 GW by 2030.

December 2020

2020 has been a turbulent year for the power sector. The Covid-19 pandemic exacerbated the financial stress

November 2020

In line with the improvement in power demand, the coal-based power generation segment has started to show

October 2020

With an impressive track record of expanding access to electricity, India has been an inspiring example for

September 2020

If Covid-19 was a test, the Indian power sector passed it. Along with telecom, it has played

August 2020

Undoubtedly, one of the most significantly disrupted segments in the power sector due to Covid-19 and the

March 2020

As we go to press, India is under a lockdown. Covid-19 has hit infrastructure hard, like the

February 2020

A recent ASSOCHAM study notes that the power sector has been one of the most highly stressed

December 2019

One significant trend in 2019 was the continuing effort to upgrade the T&D infrastructure. Work under the

August 2019

The transmission and distribution segments, which are fundamental to the power sector’s performance, are gearing up for

July 2019

Energy efficiency is one of the bright spots in the otherwise gloomy power sector scenario. According to

June 2019

The transmission segment is expected to witness a significant growth momentum over the next few years. As

May 2019

As the new government gets ready to take charge of its second term, industry watchers are taking

April 2019

After the approval of the HLEC recommendations on stressed assets last month, more positive news came in

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