India likely to spend $1 trillion on power by 2030: Piyush Goyal

India likely to spend $1 trillion on power by 2030: Piyush Goyal

India is expected to spend a whopping USD 1 trillion (about Rs 65 lakh crore) by 2030 on ramping up its power infrastructure as one of the world's largest energy consumers aims to provide 24/7 electricity to its citizens.

Chennai startup develops power-saver device for solar units

 In a significant development that could give a big boost to the adoption of solar energy in power-starved countries like India, a Chennai-based startup has come out with a unique device - a dual mode micro-inverter.

Let your idle phone help cure cancer as you sleep

Imagine that your idle phone is helping power cancer research as you hit the sack. With a new app, Australia's Garvan Institute of Medical Research and the Vodafone Foundation want to create a "supercomputer" that will use the free power from your smartphone to help speed up cancer research.

J&K CM asks state department to ensure power as per schedule

With winter chill setting in earlier than expected, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed has directed the Power Development Department (PDD) to work out an institutional mechanism that will ensure availability of power as per the notified schedule.

UP to purchase power from three states

Faced with the peaking demand for power and shortfall in supply, Uttar Pradesh will purchase electricity from three states, an official said on Tuesday.

PMO asks Coal Ministry to increase fuel linkages to sectors

To ensure availability of fuel to industries, the Prime Minister's Office has asked the Coal Ministry to increase coal linkages to all sectors, including power.

UP: 24 booked for pilfering power in Etah

 As many as 24 persons were booked for allegedly pilfering power during a drive by Electricity Department here, police said on Monday.

PM calls for tetrad revolutions in farm, allied sectors

Aiming to make the country self- sufficient, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today called for tetrad revolutions of green, saffron, white and blue to boost production in agriculture, power, dairy and fishery sector.

Prominent UP shrines to get uninterrupted power

All prominent religious places and shrines in Uttar Pradesh will begin getting uninterrupted electricity from August, an official said on Monday.

Base metal industry to grow 8-10% annually: Moody's

Indian base metals industry is expected to grow by 8-10 percent annually over the next three years on the back of increased demand from power, construction and automotive sectors, rating agency Moody's said on Tuesday.

Faster internet soon to become a reality

Faster internet soon to become a reality

In a major breakthrough that can make the internet superfast and cheap, researchers have successfully increased the maximum power -- and therefore distance -- at which optical signals can be sent through optical fibres.

PM to launch power development scheme in Varanasi tomorrow

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the Integrated Power Development Scheme (IPDS) in his Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi on Sunday.

Adani Group mulls Rs 50-K crore investment in Jharkhand

Adani Group mulls Rs 50-K crore investment in Jharkhand

Adani Group is looking to invest Rs 50,000 crore for producing urea, methane, power and substitute natural gas (SNG) in Jharkhand.

Govt wants CIL to keep coal prices low for cheaper power

The government wants state-run CIL to keep coal prices low for cheaper power tariff, a top official said on Thursday.

AAP govt failed to curb rise in prices: Vijender Gupta

Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly Vijender Gupta on Sunday accused the AAP government of failing to take steps to curb rise in prices of food items, medicines as well as power and water tariff in the city.

Girl power rules in IIFA 2015

Girl power rules in IIFA 2015

The most favourite time for Bollywood and one of the most awaited and revered award function, IIFA hit the beautiful locales of Kulala Lumpur this year.

Govt to give farmers power, seeds subsidy in case rains fail

The government on Friday announced it will offer subsidy on diesel, power and seeds to farmers in case of deficient monsoon affecting crops.

Govt to give subsidy on power, diesel, seeds in case of deficient monsoon

Due to poor monsoon, agriculture growth stood at 0.2 percent in fiscal year 2014-15.

DNA: Govt claims no power shortage, but India looms in darkness

Union minister of state for power Piyush Goyal said there is sufficient power available across the country and it is for the state’s to purchase and ensure that every village gets electricity.