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We may exceed the current year’s capex of Rs 3,800 crore: Balraj Joshi, NHPC

NHPC CMD Balraj Joshi shares the company’s focus areas for this fiscal and his views on the development of the hydro power sector. India’s largest hydro power generator NHPC Ltd is working aggressively to implement a plan for spending Rs 3,800 crore. In an exclusive interview with ETEnergyworld, Chairman and Managing Director (CMD) Balraj Joshi discusses the capex and expansion […]

Sunil Rathi: ‘Attractive policies and fair subsidy has made solar energy viable in India’

Sunil Rathi, director, Waaree Energies talks about the opportunities for solar energy solutions in the Indian automotive industry. He reveals his company’s plans for promoting and popularising electric mobility in India. Current scenario of the solar industry? What kind of support are you receiving from the government? The solar industry is on the brink of expansion. The solar […]

Solar tariffs can rise as quickly as they dropped: Sanjay Aggarwal, Fortum India

Fortum India MD Sanjay Aggarwal shares his views on India’s renewable energy sector and the company’s growth plans. Finland-based energy utility Fortumis busy expanding operations in India across the renewable energy and electric vehicles space. In an exclusive interview with ETEnergyworld, Fortum IndiaManaging Director Sanjay Aggawal says the regulatory regime for renewables has improved but solar tariffs may go up as quickly as they had […]

Hartek Group devised strategy to bag smart grid orders in upcoming smart cities: Hartek Singh

In an exclusive interaction with CRN India, Hartek Singh, Founder & Group CMD, Hartek Group, talks about their strategies to create a stronghold of engineering, procurement and construction of power system projects across the country. Further, he highlights the group’s partnership with Schneider and how Hartek Group is leveraging high-end technologies through this partnership What […]

Centre of gravity for innovation has gradually shifted to growth markets: GE’s Vishal Wanchoo

What came out of labs of large corporations is today being done by startups… Reverse innovation is now a magnet for talent in markets, says Wanchoo Wanchoo explains the use cases, challenges and scope of reverse innovation It was in the year 2009—when most developed countries were grappling with a tumultuous economic crisis—that General Electric […]