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October 20, 2018, Saturday

Your Morning Newsletter In Energy And Infrastructure From Across The Media Space  

At 62.8 GW, India Using Just 7% Of Renewable Energy Potential

At 62.8 GW, India Using Just 7% Of Renewable Energy Potential

India is using just 7% of the energy it could potentially generate using wind, solar, biomass and small hydro resources.

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Bloom Energy Raises $270m In NYSE Listing

Bloom Energy Raises $270m In NYSE Listing

Bloom Energy Corporation, which sells clean energy power generators based on solid oxide fuel-cell technology and founded by K R Sridhar

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Despite Hype, E-vehicles Face Uphill Drive In India

Despite Hype, E-vehicles Face Uphill Drive In India

India may be touted as the next big market for electric vehicles (EV) but they will find the going tough for the next decade in the world's third-largest oil-guzzling economy due to dominance of affordable cars and absence of meaningful policy drive for new energy mobility.

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Many TN Power Projects In Limbo

Several renewable and non-renewable projects in Tamil Nadu have either been delayed or are non-starters.

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Tata Power Q1 Net Profit Jumps To ₹1,735 Cr

Shares of Tata Power, one of India’s largest integrated power companies, gained nearly 5 per cent on Thursday on a four-fold increase in net profit for the first quarter (Q1) ended June 30.

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NCLAT Reserves Order Over Bhsuhan Steel

NCLAT Reserves Order Over Bhsuhan Steel

The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal today reserved its order over plea filed by former promoter of Bhushan Steel challenging the sale of the debt-ridden company to Tata Steel under the Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process.

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India Coal Imports Surge In July, Despite Advancing Prices

India Coal Imports Surge In July, Despite Advancing Prices

Australia: India's coal imports appear to have surged in July and may even come close to a monthly record as it grapples with domestic transport woes and rising demand for electricity.

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India Falling Short In Meeting 2022 Rooftop Solar Target

India Falling Short In Meeting 2022 Rooftop Solar Target

India has installed just 6 percent of the 40 gigawatts of rooftop solar power systems target it set in July 2015 to reach its overall renewables target of 145 gigawatts by 2022, putting the country on track to miss its goal by a wide margin.

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Centre Sanctions 2 CFCs For Industrial Development In Punjab

Centre Sanctions 2 CFCs For Industrial Development In Punjab

The Union government has sanctioned two common facility centres (CFCs) worth Rs 30 crore to facilitate industrial development in Punjab, an official spokesperson said here today.

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Gurmeet Singh Takes Over As Director (Marketing), IndianOil

Mr. Gurmeet Singh has taken charge as Director (Marketing), IndianOil - the country’s largest commercial enterprise and the top-ranked Indian corporate in Fortune’s ‘Global 500’ listing.

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HPCL Visakh Refinery To Double Capacity

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited's Visakh Refinery embarked on expansion which would see its capacity nearly doubling to 15 million metric tonne per annum (MMTPA) from current 8.33 MMTPA.

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Iran Extends Shipping, Insurance Cover To Keep Oil Flowing To India

Iran Extends Shipping, Insurance Cover To Keep Oil Flowing To India

With the US sanctions threatening to block its oil trade, Iran has started providing ships as well as insurance cover to continue exporting crude oil to India, its second-biggest buyer after China, people familiar with the development said.

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IOC Opts For Honeywell Technology For Fuels Of BS-VI Grade

IOC Opts For Honeywell Technology For Fuels Of BS-VI Grade

State-run Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has chosen US petroleum technology major Honeywell UOPs Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) technology to supply high-quality hydrogen at its refineries, Honeywell announced on Wednesday.

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IOCL Puts Spill Blame On Boats

IOCL Puts Spill Blame On Boats

The Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) on Thursday blamed marine fishing boats for oil spills that have contaminated water bodies near Atharbanki on the outskirts of Paradip.

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CNG To Hydrogen-CNG: Why Switch, And How

CNG To Hydrogen-CNG: Why Switch, And How

Nearly 16 years after Delhi’s entire bus fleet started to run on CNG to reduce air pollution, authorities are now pitching for an even cleaner alternative, hydrogen-CNG (H-CNG).

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Factbox: Risks to Middle East oil and gas shipping routes

Factbox: Risks to Middle East oil and gas shipping routes

Saudi Arabia said on Thursday it was suspending oil shipments through the Red Sea after Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthis attacked two crude tankers, underscoring risks caused by the conflict in the world’s top oil exporting region.

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Convert Aged Coaches Into Restaurants: Railway Board

Convert Aged Coaches Into Restaurants: Railway Board

The Railway Board has instructed its zones to convert overaged coaches into rail-themed restaurants to generate revenue and provide employment.

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Railways’ Freight Revenue Soars As Truckers’ Strike Forces Biz Houses To Send Goods By Rail

Railways’ Freight Revenue Soars As Truckers’ Strike Forces Biz Houses To Send Goods By Rail

Industrialists in the region, who are affected by the ongoing nationwide truckers’ strike that began on Friday, seem to have found another quick and cheaper alternative in the railways to transport goods.

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Cabinet Clears Metro Extension From JLN Stadium To Infopark

Cabinet Clears Metro Extension From JLN Stadium To Infopark

Giving a much-needed boost to the Kochi Metro rail project, the state cabinet accorded approval to extend the rail network from Jawaharlal Nehru stadium station to Infopark via Kakkanad.

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South Campus – Lajpat Nagar Sect Of Delhi Metro’s Pink Line Gets Safety Clearance

South Campus – Lajpat Nagar Sect Of Delhi Metro’s Pink Line Gets Safety Clearance

The Commissioner For Metro Rail Safety (CMRS) has given the mandatory approval for the commencement of passenger operations on the Durgabai Deshmukh South Campus – Lajpat Nagar section of Delhi Metro’s Pink Line subject to the fulfillment of certain conditions and stipulation.

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Indian Railways Will Launch ‘Mission Satyanishtha’ To Wipe Out Corruption

Indian Railways Will Launch ‘Mission Satyanishtha’ To Wipe Out Corruption

Starting Friday, all the 13 lakh employees of the Indian Railways will take turns to swear an oath publicly to “bring about integrity” and “eradicate corruption” – beginning with the top brass and carrying on to the lowest levels in the organistion throughout the year.

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Goodbye, Shatabdi! ‘train 18 A Big Leap For Indian Railways At Half The Cost Of Import’: Sudhanshu Mani, ICF

Goodbye, Shatabdi! ‘train 18 A Big Leap For Indian Railways At Half The Cost Of Import’: Sudhanshu Mani, ICF

Set to roll out in September this year, Indian Railways’ Train 18, being manufactured by ICF Chennai, will be a huge leap for India in terms of the technology that goes into making trains.

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Indian Railways Inducts 5 New Machines To Make Tracks And Train Journeys Safer

Indian Railways Inducts 5 New Machines To Make Tracks And Train Journeys Safer

Railways today inducted five machines to make tracks safer and train journeys more comfortable, a statement from the Ministry said today.

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How Power-users Are Paying For Rail Passengers

How Power-users Are Paying For Rail Passengers

Electricity generators of Gujarat, Punjab and Tamil Nadu end up compensating most of the passenger subsidy of the Railways, Brookings India has said in a report.

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