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October 20, 2018, Saturday

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

Raj Bhavan’s Plan To Turn Self-reliant In Power Trips

Raj Bhavan’s Plan To Turn Self-reliant In Power Trips

Maharashtra Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao’s ambitious plan to turn the three Raj Bhavans in Mumbai, Pune and Nagpur into the country’s first “green” gubernatorial residences has run into trouble with the state government.

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NTPC Launches Electric Vehicle Charging Station

NTPC Launches Electric Vehicle Charging Station

State-run power firm NTPC said Monday it has started its first electric vehicle charging station in Simhadri, Vishakhapatnam in line with the government's plan to switch to clean mobility.

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India, France Boosting Solar Power Generation

India and France have joined hands to spearhead a global "solar revolution" with the aim of generating 1 terawatt of energy by 2030, an ambitious goal that requires $1 trillion.

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Steel Major Jindal Studies Breakup As $6 Billion Debt Weighs

Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. is considering a breakup plan as part of a restructuring to help trim its 420 billion rupee ($6 billion) debt pile and boost investor confidence in a company that was once India’s biggest steelmaker by market value.

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US Duty Hikes Begin To Hurt As Steel Exports Plunge 42%

US Duty Hikes Begin To Hurt As Steel Exports Plunge 42%

India’s exports of steel items to the US affected by sanctions slapped by the Donald Trump administration plunged 42% in the June quarter

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EU Lifts Restrictions On Solar Panels From China

EU Lifts Restrictions On Solar Panels From China

The European Union will end its five-year-old restrictions on solar panel imports from China, officials said on Monday, as Brussels and Beijing increase their own trade cooperation in the face of protectionist steps from the United States.

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Energy Giant Shell Eyes India Expansion; To Open 1,200 Outlets

Energy Giant Shell Eyes India Expansion; To Open 1,200 Outlets

Energy giant Shell plans to open 1,200 gas retail outlets in India with a potential to create around 2 lakh jobs in the next decade.

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SDMC Plans Two Biogas Plants To Process Cow Dung

SDMC Plans Two Biogas Plants To Process Cow Dung

South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) is planning to install two biogas plants at Nangloi and Goyla Dairy Colony in Najafgarh for processing cattle dung.

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GAIL Hit By Government’s Import Sops For Steel Firms, Input Costs Up By 27-46%

GAIL Hit By Government’s Import Sops For Steel Firms, Input Costs Up By 27-46%

The government’s policy to protect steel firms from cheaper imports is hitting user industries like GAIL by jacking up input costs by 27-46%. GAIL has said that if things do not change, it needs to be allowed to import cheaper steel.

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India Allows State Refiners To Use Iran Tankers, Insurance For Oil Imports

India Allows State Refiners To Use Iran Tankers, Insurance For Oil Imports

India is allowing state refiners to import Iranian oil with Tehran arranging tankers and insurance after firms including the country's top shipper Shipping Corp of India (SCI) halted voyages to Iran due to US sanctions, sources said.

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Petrol, Diesel Prices At Highest-ever Levels On Rupee Woes

Petrol, Diesel Prices At Highest-ever Levels On Rupee Woes

Petrol and diesel prices in the country touched their highest levels Monday mainly due to dramatic fall in rupee and a sharp rise in crude oil rates.

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‘Crude’ Benefit For India In Ongoing US-China Trade War

‘Crude’ Benefit For India In Ongoing US-China Trade War

The ongoing tariff war initiated by the United States has started to show ripple effects in China and is poised to disturb global trade dynamics.

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Work On Country’s Longest Rail-road Bridge At Bogibeel Nears Completion

Work On Country’s Longest Rail-road Bridge At Bogibeel Nears Completion

The work on country’s longest rail-road bridge (4.94 km) at Bogibeel in Dibrugarh in Assam over the mighty Brahmaputra River is going on in full steam with a target for completion at the earliest before the end of the year, a source in the railway said.

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Mumbai: Now, You Can Complain About Unclean Toilets At Railway Stations

Mumbai: Now, You Can Complain About Unclean Toilets At Railway Stations

Here is a chance to tell Indian Railways about the poorly maintained toilets at railway stations.

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Rs 4.5 Lakh Crore Infrastructure Projects Stuck In Mumbai Region After SC Order On Solid Waste Management

Rs 4.5 Lakh Crore Infrastructure Projects Stuck In Mumbai Region After SC Order On Solid Waste Management

Close to Rs 2 lakh crore worth of infrastructure projects could come to a standstill in the Mumbai region alone after a ban imposed by the Supreme Court on all construction activity due to what it said was the absence of a solid waste management policy in the state.

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Railway Officers To Now Lose Seniority For Evading Transfers

Railway Officers To Now Lose Seniority For Evading Transfers

Railway officers can now lose jobs for trying to delay or evade transfer orders on promotion will now result in railway officers losing their seniority, the railway board has indicated.

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Can India Railway Match China?

Can India Railway Match China?

The Indian Railways is considered as the national mode of transport. It is a very large sector in terms of economy and employment.

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