Bengaluru: In a big boost to India’s nuclear energy programme the Kaiga Generating Station (KGS) – 1 of the Kaiga Atomic Power Station (KAPS) on Monday morning broke the world record by achieving 941 days of continuous operation, said the Department of Atomic Energy(DAE).
Bengaluru: The state government is proposing to amend building by-laws to make electric vehicle charging stations and parking lots mandatory at all commercial buildings. The proposals also include offering round-the-clock charging facility to electric vehicles and on-the-spot metering and payment services.
Thanjavur: The presence of mind shown by an autorickshaw driver prevented people from coming in to contact with live wire on the medical college road here on Wednesday.
Bengaluru: Over 20 companies and startups from Switzerland are set to visit Bengaluru, Pune and Mumbai to encourage knowledge share between India and Swiss experts, clean energy enterprises and academics to help identify gaps in the Indian clean energy sector and to create a sustainable model of growth for the future.
Hyderabad: Experts have considered the roll-out of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) to be a watershed event in the Indian banking sector as it was expected to resolve bad loans faster.
Vijayawada: As expected, there were no tariff hikes proposed in the annual revenue requirement for financial year 2019-20 submitted by the APSPDCL and APEPDCL to the AP Electricity Regulatory Commission on Saturday.
Chennai: Rains, winds, mud and waterlogged areas in the open fields are no hurdle for these Tamil Nadu Electricity Board (TNEB) men, striving hard to restore power in cyclone-hit areas.
New Delhi: The US decision to let India keep buying oil from Iran after reimposition of sanctions on the Persian Gulf nation is a reassertion that interests of consuming nations can not be ignored, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said on Saturday.
Hyderabad: Telangana state is the largest consumer of power in the country and has the highest per capita power consumption. These are both indexes of development.
Bengaluru: While Chief Minister H.D. Kumarswamy said on Thursday that there will no load shedding without his permission, Bescom and Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Limited (KPTCL) have stated that the state is facing a severe shortage of coal and if the situation continues, there might be load shedding in the coming months.