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As a part of ‘Make In India’ initiative, NTPC installs India’s largest floating solar PV plant

A 100 kWp (kilowatt peak) floating solar PV plant, the largest of its kind in India as on date, indigenously developed as a part of ‘Make In India’ initiative, was inaugurated by A K Jha, Director (Technical) NTPC in presence of V B Fadnavis, RED (SR), R K Srivastava, ED (NETRA) and other senior officials of NTPC and other agencies, at RGCCPP Kayamkulam, Kerala

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Skepticism has never founded empires, The great doers in history have always been people of faith

If Pascal endeared us to believe in love without reason, Rumi lights the the path for us to find love – teaching us “Your task is not to seek love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.”

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Demystifying India’s sudden love for Electric Vehicles & Charging infrastructure

Pascal had said Love Knows Reason that reason cannot know. We all know Pascal to have been a mathematician, physicist, inventor and a writer, and in all probability, he stayed well away from the politics of governance of a nation. If Pascal would have had any inclination towards the politics of governance, he might surely have adapted his thoughts on love to reflect on the reasons behind public policy and decision making, for “Governance knows Reason, that Reason cannot know”

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Mahindra sets new Benchmark for Energy Storage in India, with record bid of Rs. 3.55 cr per MWh

With the announcement of this result, we expect a number of International companies to enter the Indian Energy Storage market, which has been a keen source of interest for foreign investment as the huge potential for solar power in India would be a lost opportunity if not supplemented with Storage as the grid’s ability to absorb and transmit the variable power influx through high renewable energy penetration would destabilize the existing transmission infrastructure.

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IHS Report estimates global EV Charging Stations to skyrocket by 2020

IHS Automotive claims that AC charging will play a crucial role in the public domain of the EV charging infrastructure. According to the report, approximately 10 percent of EV charging stations by 2020 will be within the public or semi-public domain, whereas the global DC charging stations are expected to be relatively low and located on the outskirts of cities and highway infrastructure, rather than located in dense urban areas.

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Fortum and NBCC to set up Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in India

Fortum Oyj – a Finland-based clean energy company has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with NBCC (India) Limited, a Government of India Enterprise under the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs to develop electric vehicle charging infrastructure across India in all the upcoming NBCC construction projects.

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