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Horizons-August 2014

August 22, 2014 by

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Distributed Generation gaining ground In traditional grid architecture, large power plants are located at far off locations from where electricity is wheeled to load centres. Distributed generation is used to generate electricity on a small scale at a large number of locations located close to the load. With the growth of solar energy, distributed generation has been adopted on a large scale in […]

Horizons- October 2013

November 11, 2013 by

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Renewables and the Larger Electricity Supply Eco System Renewables are a part of the electricity delivery supply chain along with many other elements – non-renewable generating sources, transmission utilities, distribution utilities, consumers etc. What happens in the larger electricity eco-system has a direct bearing on RE and its future in the country. Project success requires not only efficient generation but also the downstream transmission and […]

Renewable energy newsletter -May 2012

June 4, 2012 by

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Wind energy, unlike solar energy, has seen more than two decades of growth in India. However, the complexity of generating MW scale, grid compatible energy through wind is yet to be fully appreciated by all stakeholders in the industry. Apart from the inherent technological challenges, there are many variables that go into making wind energy […]

Coal Sector in India – Highlights of 2011

December 31, 2011 by

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2011 was a eventful year for the coal sector, amidst increased demand driven by increasing industrial activities, attempts to streamline coal linkages and policy for competiting bidding of coal blocks. . Some of the key events are as under Increased Coal Production From 1 April, to 30th November, Coal India Limited and Singareni Colleries Company […]

Global Emission Grew As Economies Recover

September 30, 2011 by

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On 21 September, the European Commission’s Joint Research Center released a report where they indicated that global emission had grown by 5.8% in 2010 which is a 45% increase over the 1990 levels. This was particularly disheartening considering the fact that global emissions for the past 3 years had grown by 1.7% and that the […]

Agneya featured on Yourstory

August 20, 2011 by

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Agneya was recently featured on Yourstory. Yourstory.in is an online platform committed to first generation Young Indian Entrepreneurs, Start-ups and all the Self made professionals. The excerpts from the interview of Indrajeet Dudile, Director are Agneya Carbon Ventures provides focused management consulting in the fields of renewable energy, carbon advisory, sustainability strategy and reporting. Agneya was founded […]

Energy Statistics 2011 – China, India and the USA

June 30, 2011 by

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Global primary energy consumption including commercial renewable energy rose, by 5.6% in 2010, the highest since 1973. China alone consumed 20.3% of the total global energy followed closely by the US at 19%. India consumed a mere 4.4% of the total with the global average consumption (excluding China and USA) at just 0.87%. It is […]