Read an interesting article in The Economic Times today how there is a tussle between wind power generators and private conventional power generators, with TANGEDCO and MNRE being the other actors in the drama. The script goes like this: MNRE would like wind generation to have “must run” status, meaning they should be backed down as […]Read More →
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I am currently working for a client keen on shifting from the use of natural gas to biomass for his heating/drying energy needs. This is a fairly intricate assignment that has provided me an opportunity to see in-depth the real issues involved in both the supply chain and technology feasibility for the use of biomass in the place […]Read More →
As I am working on an interesting project for a client keen on shifting to biomass instead of natural gas, the current fuel, I am doing a bit of research on similar shifts that have happened elsewhere. I am putting down the list of such case studies. Hope this is useful to others looking at […]Read More →
I and my team might be working on an interesting project where the company is trying to move away from natural gas for its heating purposes and into the use of biomass for the same. The reason of course has to do with economics, with natural gas prices shooting through the roof past couple of years. […]Read More →
Every 1 MW wind turbine will annually replace 1500 T of coal, or 5 million cu.m of natural gas or 5 lakh liters of diesel. Impressive, isn’t it? has EAI developed a short anime video to represent these statistics. You can watch the video from this link == Interested in buying/selling wind farms and wind […]Read More →
India’s current oil production is around 660,000 barrels a day that of gas has touched 676,000 barrels of oil equivalent a day. According to the latest figures released by the ministry of petroleum and natural gas show that during the first two months of the current fiscal, domestic crude oil production stood at 40.3 million […]Read More →
The government is considering a cess on natural gas produced in the country to finance the expansion of gas pipeline network. The proposed cess could be used for constructing 500 to 600 km of gas pipeline. If the cess was pegged at Rs.9 per one million British thermal units, Rs.3,000 crore could be generated annually […]Read More →