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IEEFA Report: State-Owned Utility NTPC Takes a Lead Role in India’s Electricity Transition

IEEFA Report: State-Owned Utility NTPC Takes a Lead Role in India’s Electricity Transition

Country’s Largest Generation Company—Ranked Third Globally in Coal-Fired Capacity and Seventh in Generation—Emerges as Key Supporter of Government’s Renewable-Energy Initiative

May 25, 2017 (IEEFA.org) — The state-owned Indian utility NTPC is playing a key role in India’s push toward retooling its electricity-generation system, according to a new report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). The report—“NTPC as a Force in India’s Electricity Transition: Leading the Way Toward a New Energy Economy”—details how […]

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Commentary: End of coal era in India coming sooner than many think

Asia Times: On Tuesday last week, Tony Abbott, Australia’s ex-prime minister, was photographed in parliament clutching a document entitled, the “Coal era is not over.” In India, which until recently had the world’s second-largest coal pipeline, two seismic events have signaled the contrary to be true. According to Australia’s pro-coal “Monash Forum” parliamentarians, of which […]

June 28, 2018 Read More →

India’s NTPC cancels plans for massive coal plant

The Hindu: In a big blow to the development of North Andhra, four mega projects sanctioned for Visakhapatnam including the 4×1000 MW ultra-modern power project by the NTPC at Pudimadaka have been shelved due to various reasons. Touted as the largest single investment after formation of Sunrise Andhra Pradesh, the NTPC project was dropped on […]

June 22, 2018 Read More →

IEEFA Asia: As India Moves, Europe Follows

Low-Carbon Technology Is Where the Smart Money Is Going

As world energy markets transform at an unprecedented rate, India is at the forefront of the shift toward a profitable renewables industry, especially given how the country’s solar belt has the potential to supply 749 gigawatts (GW) of power generation. As shown in a report we published earlier this month, accelerating this trend will allow […]

October 17, 2017 Read More →
IEEFA Extra: How Sustainable Is India’s Solar Boom?

IEEFA Extra: How Sustainable Is India’s Solar Boom?

Momentum Depends Substantially on Strong Policy Leadership

[Editor’s note: This Q&A is condensed from the original, which appeared today on IndiaSpend, a data-journalism project of The Spending & Policy Research Foundation in Mumbai] Q: What is causing the cost of solar-cell technology to drop so drastically and how much of a contributor is this to the drop in price of solar power? […]

July 24, 2017 Read More →

India Utility Conglomerate Long-Associated With Coal Is Shifting Gears

Indo-Asia News Service: The state-owned conglomerate NTPC Ltd — long associated with coal-fired power generation — is poised to facilitate India’s bid to achieve its ambitious national renewable energy targets. This, at a time overseas investors are seeking more opportunities in the country’s renewable projects. “Despite its deep historical connection to coal-fired electricity generation technology, […]

May 26, 2017 Read More →
IEEFA Report: State-Owned Utility NTPC Takes a Lead Role in India’s Electricity Transition

IEEFA Report: State-Owned Utility NTPC Takes a Lead Role in India’s Electricity Transition

Country’s Largest Generation Company—Ranked Third Globally in Coal-Fired Capacity and Seventh in Generation—Emerges as Key Supporter of Government’s Renewable-Energy Initiative

May 25, 2017 (IEEFA.org) — The state-owned Indian utility NTPC is playing a key role in India’s push toward retooling its electricity-generation system, according to a new report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). The report—“NTPC as a Force in India’s Electricity Transition: Leading the Way Toward a New Energy Economy”—details how […]