Monday, October 18, 2021

Tag: Energy

Power minister R K Singh

Power minister R K Singh launches e-certification programme, regulatory data dashboard for power sector

Power Minister R K Singh launched an e-certification programme for regulatory training on Friday. The programme will provide regulatory training to practitioners from diverse backgrounds.
Solar PV

ICRA gives positive outlook for solar PV modules for domestic OEMs

The PLI scheme has been approved with a financial outlay of Rs 4,500 crore over a period of five years
Milind Kulkarni, CTO, Vikram Solar

Milind Kulkarni joins Vikram Solar as CTO

Solar energy solutions firm Vikram Solar Limited has appointed Milind Kulkarni as Chief Technical Officer (CTO).
India-China Flags (Photo: Agency)

‘Indian state-sponsored group Sidewinder targeted Chinese military’

Recorded Future, which studies the use of the internet by state actors, in its recent report details the campaign conducted by a China-linked threat activity group RedEcho targeting the Indian power sector
Creating Highly available Energy Cloud Infra for Public Sector Utilities

Creating Highly available Energy Cloud Infra for Public Sector Utilities

With Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vision to electrify every household in the country, there is growing impetus to transform India's power sector into a secure, adaptive, sustainable and digitally-enabled ecosystem that can provide reliable and quality energy to all. As part of this mission, public sector utility companies are trying to improve grid reliability and efficiency, integrate distributed energy resources like wind and solar, and identify new revenue opportunities. To achieve this, energy firms are adopting cloud technology to modernise their existing infrastructure, become data-driven and improve operational efficiency to reduce costs and ensure higher customer satisfaction. Cloud offers a secure, scalable and easily accessible operational model that utilities can leverage to uncover operational and financial value locked up in Big Data, manage the demand-supply gap, and monitor customer usage patterns. Join us in this special webinar focused on — Energy Cloud Infra for Public Sector Utilities — to learn how AWS and VMware can help state-run power companies expedite the transition of your existing VMware Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC)-based workloads to the AWS Cloud without having to purchase any new or custom hardware, rewrite applications, or modify your existing operating models.Key Discussion PointsModernisation of the power infrastructureData Driven Operation — converting data...
Germany threatens its own emission goals by lignite expansion

Germany threatens its own emission goals with lignite expansion

Germany's unabated coal extraction continues to threaten several villages across North Rhine-Westphalia and also puts a question mark on its emission goals.
Canada, Oil & Natural Gas, Energy, CAPP, Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers

Canada is falling behind in oil and natural gas investment, says CAPP

The oil and natural gas lobby group said, around the world capital investment in the oil and natural gas sector increased in 2017, but was down in Canada.
Tata Trusts, Startups, Energy, Foundation for Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship, Social Alpha Energy Challenge

Tata Trusts launches startup accelerator competition for energy sector

With the aim to promote innovation in energy sector, Tata Trusts has announced the “Social Alpha Energy Challenge” to find impactful innovations that could catalyse system change in the field of energy.
Vestas, Analytics, Utopus Insights, Energy

Vestas to acquire energy analytics firm Utopus Insights for $100 million

Vestas has entered into an agreement for the acquisition of Utopus Insights, an energy analytics firms that deals in data science expertise in analytics, power engineering, energy software development, and meteorology.
The Bangalore Shell Technology Centre is one of the three main technology hubs in Shell’s global network of R&D centres, with the other two located in the Netherlands and the USA. (Photo/Shell)

Shell opens new technology hub in Bangalore

The 52 acre, custom built technology centre of Shell would house up to 1,500 experts, who would collaboratively work on worldwide energy projects from Bangalore
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