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Posted By: Nishant Jain - Lead Analyst - Energy & Sustainability, Beroe Consulting
On: July 31, 2015
Indian parliament has tabled Electricity Amendment Bill 2014 to simplify the implementation of Open Access in India Power Industry. In an attempt towards optimizing electricity supply chain, Open Access provision allows customers with demand of 1 MW or more to access T&D lines with associated fee paid. And customer is  more...
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Posted By: Harry Valentine - Commentator/Energy Researcher, Langson Energy
On: May 27, 2015
The recent thaw in American - Cuban relations opens possibilities for co-operation in such areas as energy, initiatives that may spread to include several other Caribbean nations. A relatively short distance across the shallow Florida Strait and Nicholas Channel allows for possible future installation of several pairs of undersea power  more...
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Posted By: Tim Emrich - CEO, UK Power Reserve
On: March 5, 2015
‘Mind the gap’ is a phrase that will be wearily familiar to Londoners and many others throughout the UK. However, the few inches between the train and the platform aren’t the most dangerous gap this winter. The capacity gap between UK power generation and demand has never been so narrow.  more...
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Posted By: Jason Thomas - Energy Consultant, Electricity Scout
On: January 22, 2015
In a special report released recently as part of its annual World Energy Outlook, the International Energy Association stated that despite high-profile initiatives to invest and develop energy in Sub-Saharan Africa, there will still be more than half a billion people without power by 2040. Currently, less than one-third of  more...
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Posted By: David Iwinski Jr. - Managing Director, Blue Water Growth
On: December 17, 2014
U.S. energy companies looking for investors or to sell should be looking to China, where investors are waiting with cash in hand to make deals with U.S. businesses. China's "Go Out" policy, first spelled out in its tenth five-year plan (2001-05) is a key national policy that encourages Chinese businesses  more...
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Posted By: Mukul Sarkar - Manager, Centre of Excellence for Energy Utility, Capgemini
On: December 16, 2014
Abstract: In post RAPDRP scenario where Indian utilities are raising their concerns on “Aggregate Technical & Commercial loss” figures for different towns, feeders and distribution transformers, this paper reveals the main issues/challenges involved in the methodology of determination of AT&C loss and recommends certain specific improvement points to overcome those  more...
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Posted By: Darshan Goswami - Project Manager, U.S. Department of Energy
On: May 28, 2014
By 2050, India could go 100% on Renewable Energy to create a sustainable energy future. Courtesy: Solar Energy Bay In the coming years, India will face seemingly insurmountable challenges to its economy, environment and energy security.  To overcome these challenges India needs to shift to non-polluting sources of energy.  As  more...
Posted By: Wayne M. Kovach - SEO Specialist, NRG Business – Demand Response
On: May 19, 2014
Energy poverty is a shame. There are over 1.3 billion people worldwide who currently have zero electricity. More than 3 billion cook with dirty fuels such as wood, dung, coal, and crop waste. Most of these dire situations occur in sub-Saharan African countries, which coincidentally contain some of the largest  more...
Posted By: Joao Gomes
On: April 14, 2014
Today 70% of the Brazilian Electric Power comes from Hydroelectric Plants - Renewable Energy - this relation was worse in the past. I do not know if today we can still consider the energy generated by water is Renewable Energy, because it is in constant decline. As Renewable Energy are  more...
Posted By: Harry Valentine - Commentator/Energy Researcher, Langson Energy
On: January 29, 2014
Throughout the 20th century and up to the present day the Re South Africa was and is the leading economy on the African continent. During the latter 20th century, the South African GNP/GDP exceeded the sum total GNP/GDP of all other African nations located between South Africa's northern border and  more...


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