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December 17, 2018, Monday

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

Safeguard Duty Takes Shine Out India's Solar Energy Sector

Safeguard Duty Takes Shine Out India's Solar Energy Sector

Uncertainties over safeguard duty on Chinese and Malaysian solar panels and modules and other issues, in general, have led to a drop in import orders and installations even as the average selling price (ASP) of modules softened in the last quarter.

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With Eye On Tariffs, Ministry Tweaks Eligibility For Solar Tender

With Eye On Tariffs, Ministry Tweaks Eligibility For Solar Tender

The government has scaled down the componentmanufacturing requirement under its first such solar tender where developers must also agree to locally produce equipment to win projects.

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India’s Coal Import Rises 12% To 79 MT

India’s Coal Import Rises 12% To 79 MT

India’s coal import rose 11.9 per cent to 78.7 million tonnes in the first four months of the current fiscal.

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Solar Power Installations In India Down 52 Per Cent In April-june 2018

Solar Power Installations In India Down 52 Per Cent In April-june 2018

Solar installations in India plunged 52 per cent to 1,599 MW during the second quarter of 2018, mainly due to uncertainties around trade cases and module price fluctuations, says a report.

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After Roof-tops, Solar Plants On Reservoirs In Jharkhand

After Roof-tops, Solar Plants On Reservoirs In Jharkhand

After the successful installation of roof-top solar power plants on district court buildings, Jharkhand will soon take a lead in harnessing solar energy on water bodies by installing Floating Solar Power Plants (FSPP) on the water reservoirs.

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India's Coal Import Rises 12% To 79 Million Tonnes In April-July

India's Coal Import Rises 12% To 79 Million Tonnes In April-July

India's coal import rose 11.9 per cent to 78.7 million tonnes in the first four months of the current fiscal.

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Solar Installations In India Down 52% In Q2 2018: Report

Solar Installations In India Down 52% In Q2 2018: Report

Solar installations in India plunged 52 per cent to 1,599 MW during the second quarter of 2018, mainly due to uncertainties around trade cases and module price fluctuations, says a report.

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High-level EU Delegation To Arrive In India For Collaboration On Circular Economy

High-level EU Delegation To Arrive In India For Collaboration On Circular Economy

A high-level European Union delegation will be here next week to explore collaboration with India in green businesses and promote circular economy which aims to limit wastage of natural resources.

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MSEDCL Starts Converting Farm Feeders To Solar

MSEDCL Starts Converting Farm Feeders To Solar

MSEDCL has started converting agricultural feeders to solar.

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Oil Minister To Resolve Airport Pipeline Issue

Oil Minister To Resolve Airport Pipeline Issue

Union minister of petroleum and natural gas Dharmendra Pradhan promised people he would soon find a solution to the nagging problem of ONGC pipelines passing through Surat airport.

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Languishing Leases: DGH Asks ONGC To Show Work Plans, May Get Tougher

Languishing Leases: DGH Asks ONGC To Show Work Plans, May Get Tougher

When India’s top telecom company, Bharti Airtel features in Credit Suisse’s list of stressed companies, with an interest cover (Ebit-to-interest) of less than one, you realise just how financially stressed the telecom sector is.

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HPCL To Finalise 10 Licensors This Week For Rajasthan Oil Refinery

HPCL To Finalise 10 Licensors This Week For Rajasthan Oil Refinery

ONGC-owned state-run oil marketer Hindustan Petroleum (HPCL) will award the licensor agreements this week to 10 of the 12 vendors it needs for the upcoming Rs 43,130-crore project Barmer refinery in Rajasthan.

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Maruti, IOC Join Hands For Biofuel Blend, Engine Efficiency

Maruti, IOC Join Hands For Biofuel Blend, Engine Efficiency

With consumers demanding cost-effective and fuel-efficient vehicles, and the government pushing for cleaner fuel as well as reducing import dependence, the onus is now on auto makers and oil refiners to offer such products.

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Gujarat Has Connected 1.5 Million Households Through PNG Network: Minister

Gujarat Has Connected 1.5 Million Households Through PNG Network: Minister

Gujarat has connected close to 15 lakh households through a well-developed Piped Natural Gas Network (PNG) said Saurabh Patel, Minister (Energy), Gujarat, while adding that "those who are unable to digest the success of Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation Limited (GSPC) have been thoughtlessly opposing various activities of GSPC."

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Centre Issues Parameters For Metro Rail Systems Under 'Make In India Initiative'

Centre Issues Parameters For Metro Rail Systems Under 'Make In India Initiative'

The Centre has issued "mandatory parameters" for electrical components used in metro rail system like lifts, escalators, tunnel ventilation and environmental control system with an aim to achieve standardisation and indigenisation.

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Land Acquisition For Bullet Train Project: Progress In Palghar, Officials Hope To Meet December Deadline

Land Acquisition For Bullet Train Project: Progress In Palghar, Officials Hope To Meet December Deadline

After facing resistance due to local politics, demand for “government jobs” and doubts in villagers about the compensation package, the bullet train project has finally started seeing some progress in Palghar and officials are confident that the December deadline for land acquisition will be met.

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Indian Railways’ Cheap Fares Make Your Electricity Tariffs High; Here Is How

Indian Railways’ Cheap Fares Make Your Electricity Tariffs High; Here Is How

Indian Railways (IR) has traditionally been saddled with dual expectations: being a public utility that transports citizens of a largely poor country on the one hand and a commercial entity that must be profitable on the other.

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Reclaim ‘unreadable’ Metro Cards Instantly

Reclaim ‘unreadable’ Metro Cards Instantly

Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has simplified the process of reclaiming smart cards, which are not readable at the time of entry at Automatic Fare Collection gates due to technical issues.

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