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October 16, 2018, Tuesday

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

Power grid pays Rs 2747 Cr Dividend To Govt

Power grid pays Rs 2747 Cr Dividend To Govt

Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. (POWERGRID), the Navratna PSU, has declared final dividend of ₹1464.84 Crore in addition to ₹1281.74 Crore of interim dividend for the Financial Year 2017-18 i.e. aggregating to ₹2746.58 Crore.

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Power Companies Import 26% More Coal In August

Power Companies Import 26% More Coal In August

Domestic coal scarcity has prompted power companies to import 26% more coal in August compared with the same month last year, even though their total coal consumption did not rise.

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Marwa Power Plant Gets Out-of-the-way Coal Supplies, Hurts Private Producers

Marwa Power Plant Gets Out-of-the-way Coal Supplies, Hurts Private Producers

Discriminatory supply of coal to the Chhattisgarh State Power Generation Company-run Marwa thermal plant by Coal India's South Eastern Coalfields Ltd (SECL), is hurting the sector, as private power producers with long-term fuel supply agreement grapple with dry fuel shortage.

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Govt's First Solar Panel Manufacturing Tender Draws Zero Response

Govt's First Solar Panel Manufacturing Tender Draws Zero Response

The government’s first tender for 3Gw of solar panel manufacturing, along with 10Gw of power plant, has received no bids.

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SECI's Auction For 5GW Solar Manufacturing Gets One Bidder

SECI's Auction For 5GW Solar Manufacturing Gets One Bidder

State-run Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) got poor response to its tender for 5GW/year solar manufacturing here as only one bidder Azure Power turned up for the auction on Thursday.

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India Defers Largest Global Solar Tender On Bidders Concerns

India Defers Largest Global Solar Tender On Bidders Concerns

State-run Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) on Thursday deferred a tender for 10,000 megawatts (MW) of solar power till 12 October on bidders request for extending time for securing tie-ups for domestic manufacturing and completing ongoing negotiations for sourcing modules at better prices.

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Solar Alliance May Announce Risk-mitigation Mechanism In Dec

Solar Alliance May Announce Risk-mitigation Mechanism In Dec

The Common Risk Mitigation Mechanism under the International Solar Alliance is on track and will be formally announced at the 24th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 24) to be held in Poland in December.

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Magenta Power Launches ChargeGrid App With First Fully Integrated Network Of EV Charging Stations In India

Magenta Power Launches ChargeGrid App With First Fully Integrated Network Of EV Charging Stations In India

Magenta Power has launched a first fully integrated & automated network of charging stations along with its new mobile app under the ChargeGrid brand.

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No respite from fuel prices as petrol inches towards Rs 91/litre in Mumbai

No respite from fuel prices as petrol inches towards Rs 91/litre in Mumbai

Fuel prices continued their ascent, rising for the second consecutive day, with petrol inching towards a record high of Rs 91 a litre in Mumbai.

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Oil prices edge up amid uncertainty over fallout from Iran sanctions

Oil prices edge up amid uncertainty over fallout from Iran sanctions

Oil prices inched up on Friday, with investors trying to gauge the potential impact on supply from looming US sanctions on Iran’s crude exports.

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Haryana Government Inks Pact With Indian Oil Corporation To Set Up Bio-CNG Plants

Haryana Government Inks Pact With Indian Oil Corporation To Set Up Bio-CNG Plants

The Haryana government Thursday signed a memorandum of understanding with Indian Oil Corporation (IOCL) for setting up bio-CNG plants based on paddy straw and other agri-waste in the state.

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India Will Continue To Buy Iran's Oil: Iranian Foreign Minister

India Will Continue To Buy Iran's Oil: Iranian Foreign Minister

India is committed to buying Iranian oil and continuing the two nations' economic cooperation, the Iranian foreign minister said after a meeting with his Indian counterpart and ahead of US sanctions aimed at halting Tehran's oil exports.

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Why Oil Is Going To Remain India’s Most Difficult Conundrum In Times To Come

Why Oil Is Going To Remain India’s Most Difficult Conundrum In Times To Come

India’s heavy reliance on fossil fuels, especially crude oil, to meet its every growing energy needs will continue to be a difficult conundrum for the country for at least two more decades to come if the oil demand and production projections made in the three most cited energy sector publications by International Energy Agency

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Empty coaches derail causing delay in services

Empty coaches derail causing delay in services

The rear coaches of an empty EMU train which was being taken from the Velachery station to the shed nearby derailed around 11:15am on Thursday. The EMU was used on the Chennai Beach-Velachery MRTS section.

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Ensure Cleanliness To Rail Passengers:madras High Court

Ensure Cleanliness To Rail Passengers:madras High Court

The HC has indicted the GM of SR for not providing minimum cleanliness to passengers.

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Rs 13,359 Cr OK’d For Bhopal, Indore Metros

Rs 13,359 Cr OK’d For Bhopal, Indore Metros

Ahead of coming Assembly polls in Madhya Pradesh this year, Public Investment Board (PIB) of Ministry of Finance has approved Rs 13, 359 crore for metro projects in Bhopal and Indore.

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21 Years On, UT To Revive Monorail

21 Years On, UT To Revive Monorail

After shelving Metro train, the UT administration now plansto revivethe monorail project that was first proposed 21years ago in 1997.

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Uzbek President To Invite India To Join Afghan Rail Project

Uzbek President To Invite India To Join Afghan Rail Project

India will be invited to help with a key rail link in Afghanistan, during the visit of Uzbekistan’s President Shavkat Mirziyoyev early next week, a presidential aide told The Hindu.

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Kashmere Gate Metro Station Steals Rajiv Chowk's Crown

Kashmere Gate Metro Station Steals Rajiv Chowk's Crown

For its first 12 years, Rajiv Chowk was Delhi Metro’s busiest station by a huge margin, but after last year’s fare hike and the opening of new interchange stations, it is not even the first among equals now.

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Bullet Train: Gujarat Govt Doubles Compensation For Farmers In Urban Areas

Bullet Train: Gujarat Govt Doubles Compensation For Farmers In Urban Areas

The Gujarat government on Thursday announced the doubling of compensation for farmers whose agricultural land situated in urban areas will be acquired for the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train corridor.

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