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The Complete Energy and Infrastructure Sector Blog

Open Access – A Lost Opportunity?

Published: 11/17/2017

Shashi Garg Infraline Open Access, a landmark provision of Electricity Act 2003, was introduced to bring in competition in the power sector and help improve the overall landscape of the Indian power sector. While the power supply position in the country has improved remarkably from a peak demand deficit of 12% in 2006 to 2% peak demand deficit in 2017, failure in successful implementation of Open Access in the Indian Power Sector is a case of lost opportunity for all the stakeholders of the Indian Power Sector.

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Intelligent Transport System “A Game Changer”

Published: 11/15/2017

Infraline Energy Noida Intelligent Transport System is not something very new to the world of transportation but in Indian context it started making its presence as largest population demands more vehicle which leads to heavy traffic chaos. An intelligent transport system (ITS) is a perfect method that provides solution related to different modes of traffic and transport management. As per recent study report, global intelligent transport system market is expected to grow at CAGR of 8.70 % during 2017-21.

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Gas based Power Plants Awaiting Government Intervention

Published: 11/15/2017

Shashi Garg Infraline Energy With an increase in the capacity of renewables and considering their intermittent nature, need for balancing from other sources is expected to come sooner. India has a gas based capacity of 25000 MW. However due to non-availability of gas supply in the country, around half of this capacity is stranded. While the RLNG E-auction scheme helped in marginally improving the utilization of the gas power plants by 2-3%, the scheme has been discontinued and onus is back on the Government to provide suppo

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Rural Connectivity in India: Lifeline of Villages

Published: 10/30/2017

Infraline Energy Noida Rural road connectivity is a critical component in the socio-economic development of rural population by providing access to amenities like education, health, marketing, etc. India growing rapidly in terms of total road network in the world but still rural connectivity is the main area to focus for road ministry. For further development in this way ministry launched PMGSY (Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana) programme in 2000 to focus specifically on village roads. Rural roads, despite given thru

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Gas Hydrates: Potential Game Changer for Indian Gas Business

Published: 10/25/2017

Infraline Energy Noida Hydrate is a crystalline solid which contains natural gas (mostly methane) molecule surrounded by a cage of interlocking molecules. Methane Hydrates occur naturally in subsurface deposits where temperature and pressure conditions are favourable for its formation.

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