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November 21, 2018, Wednesday

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

ArcelorMittal’s Essar Steel Win Spells Loss For Gujarat

ArcelorMittal’s Essar Steel Win Spells Loss For Gujarat

The Gujarat government is set to lose as much as ₹1,150 crore if the dedicated bankruptcy court upholds the committee of creditors’ recommendation to accept the resolution plan of ArcelorMittal to acquire Essar Steel Ltd, said two senior officials close to the development.

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India Needs To Tap Hydro Power’s Potential; Here’s What Should Be Done To Remove Hurdles

India Needs To Tap Hydro Power’s Potential; Here’s What Should Be Done To Remove Hurdles

Despite India being resource-rich, hydro power is yet to contribute a commensurate share to its energy mix, accounting for only 13.2% of the installed generation capacity of 343,899 MW.

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India’s Own ‘smog Tower’ May Help Combat Delhi Air Pollution

India’s Own ‘smog Tower’ May Help Combat Delhi Air Pollution

As the city grapples with dangerous levels of air pollution, a Delhi-based start-up has designed a 40-feet-tall purifier which it claims could provide clean air to 75,000 people living in the three-kilometre radius around it.

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Gamesa’s Indian Installations Cross 5.5-GW Mark

Gamesa’s Indian Installations Cross 5.5-GW Mark

The Indian subsidiary of the global wind power major, Siemens Gamesa, has achieved a milestone of crossing 5,500 MW of installed capacity in India with its recent winnings of two orders for its wind turbines from the renewable energy company, ReNew Power.

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SECI Auction For Maharashtra Park Put Off Indefinitely

SECI Auction For Maharashtra Park Put Off Indefinitely

Developers’ interest in Solar Corporation of India’s (SECI) auctions hit a nadir when Tata Power Renewable Energy emerged the sole bidder on Wednesday for an auction for 50 MW at Dhodhainicha Solar Park in Maharashtra.

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India Needs To Increase Number Of Green Buildings

India Needs To Increase Number Of Green Buildings

India has less than 2 per cent green buildings but there is a huge opportunity to increase that number as about 60 per cent of the infrastructure of the country is yet to be put in place in the next 20 years, chief of the green rating system GRIHA said.

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Indian, French Companies Ink Pacts Entailing Rs 1,600 Crore Investment

Indian, French Companies Ink Pacts Entailing Rs 1,600 Crore Investment

As many as 12 formal agreements worth 200 million euros have been signed between Indian and French companies, including Thales Group, in Nagpur.

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S Gujarat Farmers Unhappy Over Power Supply Cut Despite Jyotigram

S Gujarat Farmers Unhappy Over Power Supply Cut Despite Jyotigram

The 24x7 power supply under Gujarat Government’s Jyotigram scheme has dazzled diamond units in Saurashtra. However, it is not the case with farmers in and around Surat district.

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Power Cost To Rise Post-supreme Court Order On Compensatory Tariff

Power Cost To Rise Post-supreme Court Order On Compensatory Tariff

Following a recent verdict by the apex court allowing the Adani and Tata groups to get ‘compensatory tariff ’ due to increase in the prices of imported coal, the cost of power is all set to escalate in all partner states, including Punjab and Haryana.

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1,000 Households To Get Solar Panels On Rooftops In Bengaluru

1,000 Households To Get Solar Panels On Rooftops In Bengaluru

Residents of apartments across Bengaluru can now reduce their dependency on Bescom by installing rooftop solar power plants.

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India To Extend $310 M Loan For Zimbabwe Thermal Power Plant

India To Extend $310 M Loan For Zimbabwe Thermal Power Plant

India has announced that it would extend a USD 310 million loan to Zimbabwe to finance a rehabilitation project for a thermal power plant that would entail upgrading the station and extending its lifespan.

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Adani Transmission To Buy KEC's Transmission Firm For Rs 227 Crore

Adani Transmission To Buy KEC's Transmission Firm For Rs 227 Crore

Power firm Adani Transmission has signed an agreement to buy entire stake in KEC International's Rajasthan-based power transmission arm at an enterprise value of Rs 227.5 crore.

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India To Hold Meeting With Iran, Russia To Implement International North South Transport Corridor

India To Hold Meeting With Iran, Russia To Implement International North South Transport Corridor

India has not only been engaged in tough negotiations to secure a waiver from US sanctions for its oil imports from Iran but has also explored mechanisms to secure its interests in the strategic Chabahar Port should Washington decide not to exempt the project from the curbs.

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Hughes Bags Rs 200 Crore Order From Oil Marketing Firms

Hughes Bags Rs 200 Crore Order From Oil Marketing Firms

Satellite based broadband services firm Hughes India has bagged an order to the tune of Rs 200 crore for a five-year period from oil marketing firms Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum to upgrade connectivity across their 19,000 retail points, a senior official of the company said.

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India, Iran Put Systems In Place To Continue Crude Shipments

India, Iran Put Systems In Place To Continue Crude Shipments

India and Iran have put systems in place to continue their trade in crude oil, with India winning a temporary waiver from the United States after Washington re-imposed sanctions on the Persian Gulf nation over its disputed nuclear programme.

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Crude Oil Caps Worst Week Since February As Iran Supply Fears Subside

Crude Oil Caps Worst Week Since February As Iran Supply Fears Subside

Oil extended its slide to six-month lows as the US softened its crackdown on Iranian exports and American supplies surged, easing concerns of an impending shortage.

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Huge Relief For Commuters! Petrol Price Cut By Rs 4.05 In Less Than Three Weeks

Huge Relief For Commuters! Petrol Price Cut By Rs 4.05 In Less Than Three Weeks

Petrol price has been cut by over Rs 4 per litre and diesel by Rs 2.33 in the last 18 days on softer international rates, a pace faster than the spike in prices witnessed in the two-month period beginning mid-August.

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Struggling To Cope, Iranians Fear More Misery From Us Sanctions

Struggling To Cope, Iranians Fear More Misery From Us Sanctions

Iranians fear an even more painful squeeze on living costs after additional US sanctions take effect on Monday, from businesses struggling to buy raw materials to the sick and elderly unable to afford life-saving medicines.

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Northern Railways Launch Counters For Corruption-related Complaints at New Delhi Railway Station

Northern Railways Launch Counters For Corruption-related Complaints at New Delhi Railway Station

The Northern Railways has launched dedicated counters at the New Delhi Railway station junction and the Hazrat Nizamuddin stations in the national capital for receiving corruption-related complaints.

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8 Players Enter Race To Install Facial Recognition-enabled CCTV Systems At Over 6,000 Stations

8 Players Enter Race To Install Facial Recognition-enabled CCTV Systems At Over 6,000 Stations

Eight major players have entered the race to install CCTV cameras -- that will also have facial recognition capabilities -- at more than 6,000 stations across the country to make rail premises secure.

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Indian Railways Introduces Special Trains On Select Routes: Check Full List Here

Indian Railways Introduces Special Trains On Select Routes: Check Full List Here

Ahead of Diwali, Indian Railways operated Northern Railway has introduced 78 special trains for the convenience of rail passengers and to clear extra rush.

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First India-nepal Passenger Train On Broad Gauge Likely To Begin From December

First India-nepal Passenger Train On Broad Gauge Likely To Begin From December

The first passenger train to run on broad gauge between India and Nepal is likely to run from December this year, sources in the railways have told PTI.

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Bihar: Four Coaches Of Jan Sadharan Express Derail Near Patna

Bihar: Four Coaches Of Jan Sadharan Express Derail Near Patna

At least four coaches of the Jan Sadharan Express derailed on Sunday near Patna in Bihar.

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PM Narendra Modi To Greet India’s First Container Vessel On Inland Waterways In Varanasi

PM Narendra Modi To Greet India’s First Container Vessel On Inland Waterways In Varanasi

In a first for the country’s inland water transport, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 12 will receive a container vessel in Varanasi on the river Ganga, Union Minister NItin Gadkari said Sunday.

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World’s Highest Bilaspur-manali-leh Rail Line Will Truly Be Unique! What Indian Railways Is Planning

World’s Highest Bilaspur-manali-leh Rail Line Will Truly Be Unique! What Indian Railways Is Planning

Bilaspur-Manali-Leh rail line: The world’s highest, Bilaspur-Manali-Leh rail line, which is scheduled for completion by 2022, will have coaches specially built for high altitude with an oxygen mask for every passenger.

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