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Critical Power Online, launched in 2017, is part of the stable of international publications produced by Energy Storage Publishing, including the BEST Battery Briefing e-newsletter, Batteries & Energy Storage Technology (BEST) magazine and Chinese BEST.

 

Here we apply our unique brand of technology journalism to the critical power sector— the application of energy storage technologies to our power dependent world.

 

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July 3, 2018

India’s Consul Neowatt has launched its first UPS dedicated to protecting the country’s automated teller machines (ATM) from power outages.

Consul said the ATMSure UPS, developed in its R&D facility in Pune, combines a management system and maintenance-free batteries....

June 4, 2018

Dynapower and Raychem RPG say they have commissioned India’s first 1MW microgrid at the Central Electronics Limited (CEL) facility Sahibadad in Uttar Pradesh.

The project (pictured), which features Dynapower’s CPS-1000 inverter, “is a locally controllable power system”...

May 2, 2018

India’s Mahindra Powerol (MP), part of the Mahindra Group conglomerate, has launched a new range of higher power diesel generators with output up to 625kVA.

The new range, also including 400 and 500kVA units, is powered by the UK’s Perkins 2000 series engines, whic...

November 15, 2017

India has temporarily banned the use of diesel gensets for non-essential services in the capital of New Delhi in a bid to improve air quality with the onset of winter.

The ban was part of a package of measures introduced towards the end of last month— when the capital’s...

November 14, 2017

India’s Mahindra Powerol is moving into the higher kVA diesel generators segment with its launch of a range of 250/320kVA DGs.

The new range is powered by the firm’s mPower series of engines, which are designed at the company’s Mahindra Research Valley R&D hub in Chenna...

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