Power Today - October 2016
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In the October issue, the cover story 'Making TPPs Sustainable', looked at how the new Ministry of Environment and Forests and Climate Change (MoEFCC) norms impose huge costs on power generators, even as they are necessary for the country in the emerging global ecosystem. It explores why the government should thus play a balancing act in this direction. For the features, the first one on GST, observed that while it has the potential to turn the whole country into a common market and improve ease of doing business, it is expected to be mostly neutral to power sector. The second feature, on Instrumentation & Control, saw how given the infrastructural growth in the country, high volume, low voltage switchgear and controls will continue to dominate the markets. In Renew, we had a special report on the status of Nuclear Energy in the country and how India’s need for power and focus on reducing carbon footprint have put pressure on the need for green energy that can be produced on a large scale; and it is here where nuclear power races ahead of its competitors. Our analysis section overviewed the 'Renewables 2016: Global Status Report' by REN21, which looks at how the world now adds more renewable power capacity annually than it adds capacity from all fossil fuels combined.
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