New Delhi | October 18, 2016: The Independent Power Producers Association of India (IPPAI) will be inaugurating the IPPAI Open Access Consumers Forum (IOACF) at The Lalit, Mumbai, on October 19, 2016.
The primary objective of the forum is to promote deliberation between open access power consumers, electricity distribution companies (discoms), government, regulators, load despatchers, t
Top policymakers and regulators from the power and allied sectors from across the country will convene for the 17th Regulators and Policymakers Retreat (RPR 2016) at The Lalit Golf and Spa Resort in Goa from September 22-25, 2016.
Supported by the Ministry of Power, Ministry of Coal, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy and Punjab State Electricity Regulatory Commission, RPR 2016, a fla
New Delhi, June 28, 2016: The IPPAI Regulatory & Policy Research Institute, with the support and participation from the India Smart Grid Forum (ISGF), is organizing a four-day residential, training program on “Reducing Power Costs through Optimisation: A to Z of Power Trading; Mandatory Trading of RECs & ESCerts
New Delhi | April 11, 2016: In a recent judgment by the Hon’ble Supreme Court, in the matter of RERC v/s Hindustan Zinc, it is now mandatory for all industrial and commercial consumers to abide by the RPOs as laid out in the National Tariff Policy.
In this regard, the IPPAI Regulatory & Policy Research Institute is organizing a five-day residential, training program on the renewabl
New Delhi | Feb 24, 2016: The Independent Power Producers Association of India (IPPAI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Cambodia, today, at Hotel Sofitel, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The MoU was signed by Mr. Harry Dhaul, Director General, IPPAI, and Mr. Sandeep Majumdar, Vice-President, ICC, Cambodia, in the presence of dignitaries like H.E. Mr. K
New Delhi | Feb 19, 2016: Competitive electricity tariffs and favourable foreign investment policies make Cambodia an attractive location for development of a power market, which is energy-sufficient and will not rely on imports from the neighbouring countries.
The Cambodian power sector is poised for remarkable growth and renewable energy is bound to lay the foundation for it. Cambodia
February 19, 2016 | New Delhi: The security of energy assets, an alarming spread of ISIS across the Middle-East, sustained low oil prices, rise in cyber security threats and constant threats related to security of critical energy infrastructure have a significant impact on the future energy scenario.
The sixth edition of the Asia Energy Security Summit (AESS), an annual flagship event
New Delhi | Feb 3, 2016: Taking an unusual course, for the first time ever, the Independent Power Producers Association of India (IPPAI) is setting up the IPPAI Regulatory & Policy Research Institute (IRPRI) at Belgundi, Belgaum, Karnataka.
New Delhi | Feb 3, 2016: High electricity tariffs, limited electricity access, low labour costs and favourable foreign investment policies make Cambodia an attractive location for development of a power market, which is energy-sufficient and will not rely on imports from the neighbouring countries.
Eastern and North-Eastern India are the energy hub of the country and for the right reasons.
In the hopes of exploiting the power potential of the east