Power Today - September 2018
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Magazine Description: Cover Story: Will the “black” magic work, again?
BRIEF: Will the process of e-auction of the cancelled coal blocks prove to be a game-changer for the coal industry? Or, is the lack of focus on attracting more serious players into the coal industry the actual hurdle in development of this sector?
Feature: Powerful PSUs -- Fundamentally strong!
BRIEF: Strong fundamentals, strong order book as well as execution record, and of course, a strong pipeline of new projects has made public sector enterprises the most powerful companies amongst peers. With some contributing more than 30 per cent in terms of generation, some financing close to 25 per cent of power finance and a few with orders worth more than Rs 60,000 crore on the anvil, the PSUs in the power sector are by virtue the most sought-after companies to look up to.
Feature: Power Equipment -- The Turn of the Tide
BRIEF: With a new slew of orders in the offing, India’s Rs 1.30 lakh crore electrical equipment industry has shown a positive trend after four consecutive quarters of negative growth.
Cover Story: The 10,000 MW challenge
BRIEF: The government has set an annual capacity addition target of 10,000 MW for wind energy. As all the stakeholders involved in this industry gear up for this ambitious target, we examine the challenges that lie ahead.
• Finance: “IEX plans to facilitate power trading in South Asia”
BRIEF: IEX has already approached the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) to seek in-principle consent to facilitate Cross-Border Trade on its platform, says
* Rajesh K Mediratta, Director (Business Development), IEX. – Email
• Renew Lead - Analysis: Taking wind energy to the next level
BRIEF: Here’s a look at the key parameters that will influence the growth of wind energy in India over the next few crucial years. (1 page)
* Author: Abhijit Kulkarni, Head of Sales - Renewable Energy Segment, SKF India.
• Renew Lead – Technology: Wind turbines Optimised for India
BRIEF: Here are some of the key design criteria of wind turbines designed for low wind speed sites and technology options available to improve energy capture on wind farms.
* Author: Renjith Viripullan, Engineering Manager and Nitin Bhate from GE
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