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A company operating a biomass gasification power plant should have a firm grip on the price of feedstock, says Narasimhan Santhanam, as he takes a look at other aspects such as the market, trends, potential, and central and state government incentives in this article on biomass gasification in Power Today magazine.
Narasimhan Santhanam, Director of EAI, describes the potential and challenges in India's wind energy sector in the latest edition of MNRE's renewable energy magazine Akshay Urja.
EAI's Principal Consultant, Madhavan Nampoothiri writes about the attractiveness of India's solar power sector for investors in Business Line newspaper.
27, September 2011
EAI's insights from the India Renewable Energy Guide quoted by Wall Street Journal in its article on Goldman Sachs’ investment in India's wind energy sector.
25, August 2011
Mr. Madhavan Nampoothiri was quoted by Bloomberg in an article titled ‘India Revamps Solar Auction Rules; First Solar May Benefit’ on the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission second batch project selection guidelines released by MNRE.
Outlook Money, India’s leading personal finance magazine has published an article on investing in green and clean technologies in its August 10, 2011 edition. The magazine’s special correspondent Anagh Pal hails cleantech sector as highly potential area in the post recession economy and encourages entrepreneurs and investors to start looking at the avenues it offers.
Mr. Madhavan Nampoothiri, Senior Consultant at EAI, shares his views on the funding scenario in the cleantech sector and about the impact of recession on the mindset of investors, for the article.
11, January 2011 – Mr. Narasimhan Santhanam quoted in WSJ
October 2010 – ET Now
In an interview to the English news channel ET NOW, some of the prominent names of the Indian renewable energy industry shared their thoughts on why wind power was losing its speed in the alternative energy sector. Mr. Narasimhan Santhanam, Director, Energy Alternatives India [EAI] explained on how the Wind farms were initially set up in areas where there were no land acquisition problems and in the coastal region of the state. The other interviewees were Mr. Shivaram, vice-chairman & CEO, Orient Green Power, Mr. Banmali Agarwala, ED, Strategy and Business Development, TATA Power, Mr. Sunil Jain, COO, Green Infra, Mr. Tulsi Tanti, CMD, Suzlon Energy, Mr. Sean Sutton, President, Vestas Asia Pacific, Mr. Narayan Kumar, Business Head, WinWind India and Mr. Suresh Prabhu, Chairman, Council for Energy, Environment and Water.
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