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March 25, 2019, Monday

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Uttar Pradesh Releases New Draft Regulations for Net-Metering of Rooftop Solar Projects

Uttar Pradesh Releases New Draft Regulations for Net-Metering of Rooftop Solar Projects

The Uttar Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (UPERC) has issued new regulations for net metering provisions for rooftop solar projects in the state. The regulations, called RSPV Regulations 2019, will come into force from the date of their notification in the official gazette.

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Power Plants Run By NTPC Run Out Of Fuel, Quite Literally

Power Plants Run By NTPC Run Out Of Fuel, Quite Literally

Ten power plants run by NTPC face a fuel crisis as fuel stocks have been reduced to zero and inventories won't’ last another other day, as reported by The Economic Times (ET). NTPC (National Thermal Power Corporation),

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Wind power capacity addition to improve in near term: ICRA

Wind power capacity addition to improve in near term: ICRA

Wind energy sector's capacity addition will improve in near term, while the bid power tariffs in the recent wind power auctions inched upwards, an ICRA report said Wednesday.

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GE Power India Sept-qtr net down 20 pc to Rs 5.25 cr

GE Power India Sept-qtr net down 20 pc to Rs 5.25 cr

GE Power India on Wednesday said its standalone net profit fell around 20 per cent to Rs 5.25 crore in the quarter ended September 30 due to higher expenses, including borrowing cost.

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Tata Power’s arm launches residential rooftop solution in Bhubaneswar

Tata Power’s arm launches residential rooftop solution in Bhubaneswar

Tata Power Solar comes with a successful background of executing World’s largest Rooftop at a single location and India’s largest carport at Cochin International Airport. Recently, Tata Power Solar joined hands with Cricket Club

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'India building three specialised labs to assess nuclear radiation damage'

'India building three specialised labs to assess nuclear radiation damage'

Scientists at INMAS are developing three new specialised laboratories which they say could boost India's nuclear preparedness and help save thousands of lives in case of an atomic war or a nuclear disaster.

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Kalpataru Power bags orders worth Rs 1,322 crore

Kalpataru Power bags orders worth Rs 1,322 crore

Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd (KPTL) Wednesday said it has bagged orders worth Rs 1,322 crore in domestic and overseas markets. "KPTL's transmission and distribution business has secured orders in India,

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Delhi Air Quality Index Today: Slight drop in pollution level after overnight showers

Delhi Air Quality Index Today: Slight drop in pollution level after overnight showers

Delhi’s air quality was recorded in the “very poor” category Wednesday after overnight drizzles led to a slight drop in pollution level in the national capital, authorities said. The overall air quality index (AQI) was recorded at 348 which

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India’s public sector enterprises: Where do we go from here?

India’s public sector enterprises: Where do we go from here?

In the flush, heady early years of Independence, as India committed itself to an import substitution industrialisation (ISI) strategy, planning and public sector enterprises were seen as the prime mechanisms to realise this vision.

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ONGC Tenders a 5 MW Solar Project For its Site in Andhra Pradesh

ONGC Tenders a 5 MW Solar Project For its Site in Andhra Pradesh

The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC), a leading public sector undertaking in the country, has tendered a 5 MW grid-connected solar project to be developed at its Tatipaka site, located in the state of Andhra Pradesh.

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Petrol, diesel prices likely to fall further: 5 things to know

Petrol, diesel prices likely to fall further: 5 things to know

After crude oil prices fell by 7% yesterday and the rupee appreciated to 72 against the US dollar today, petrol and diesel prices in India are likely to fall further tomorrow. Fuel prices haven’t been increased since almost a month now

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Oil Relief Positive, But India’s Achilles’ Heel Is Earnings Growth: BNP Paribas

Oil Relief Positive, But India’s Achilles’ Heel Is Earnings Growth: BNP Paribas

The cool off in crude oil prices is a positive surprise but the Achilles’ heel for Indian stocks has been earnings growth, according to Manishi Raychaudhuri, equity strategist (Asia-Pacific) at BNP Paribas.

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Fuel prices continue downward march on Tuesday

Fuel prices continue downward march on Tuesday

Petrol and diesel prices continued to witness a decline in the national capital on Tuesday. In Delhi, petrol is being sold at Rs 77.43 per litre after a decrease of 13 paise whereas diesel is available at Rs 72.19 per litre following a decrease of 12 paise.

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Govt may hike tariffs on local gas pipelines by 25-30%

Govt may hike tariffs on local gas pipelines by 25-30%

India is planning a 25 percent to 30 percent hike in tariffs for local gas pipelines by end-December, an industry source with direct knowledge of the matter said on Wednesday.

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WPI inflation rises to 5.28 pc in Oct on costlier fuel

WPI inflation rises to 5.28 pc in Oct on costlier fuel

Inflation based on wholesale prices rose to a four-month high of 5.28 per cent in October, mainly due to spike in petrol and diesel prices, even as food prices softened.

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India says ready to import more gas and oil from the United States

India says ready to import more gas and oil from the United States

India's foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale said on Wednesday the country is open to importing more oil and gas from the United States. "We expressed our readiness to import more gas and more oil from United States

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UAE's ADNOC wants to rival oil majors as it expands in refining, gas

UAE's ADNOC wants to rival oil majors as it expands in refining, gas

Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (ADNOC) will remain wholly owned by the Abu Dhabi government and has no plan to go public, but the firm aspires to compete with Big Oil by expanding in refining and gas, ADNOC’s CEO told Reuters.

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Oil traders worry over Asia's weakening economy, record supplies

Oil traders worry over Asia's weakening economy, record supplies

Oil traders' worries over record supplies arriving Asia just as the outlook for its key growth economies weakens have pulled down global crude benchmarks by a quarter since early October.

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Shares in state-owned oil marketing firms gain as crude slumps

Shares in state-owned oil marketing firms gain as crude slumps

Shares in India’s top three oil marketing companies surged on Wednesday, as investors cheered the slump in global crude oil prices that bode well for the profitability of Indian refiners.

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As global crude oil prices fell 18%, petrol, diesel in India dropped about 2% in the last two weeks

As global crude oil prices fell 18%, petrol, diesel in India dropped about 2% in the last two weeks

While globally, the US crude oil prices have fallen as much as 18 percent in the past two weeks on the back of a surge in supply and increasing concerns about an economic slowdown, fuel prices in India have fallen about 2 percent in the same time period.

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Special Indian Railways Train 18 reaches Delhi; Check amazing photos

Special Indian Railways Train 18 reaches Delhi; Check amazing photos

Train 18 incorporates many modern features which debuted for the first time on Indian Railways. Train 18 will usher in a new era of passenger travel. ICF has rolled out Train 18, India's first semi-high speed train set with quicker

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Highway Monetisation: NHAI extends due-date till December to invite bids under second phase of TOT

Highway Monetisation: NHAI extends due-date till December to invite bids under second phase of TOT

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has extended the date to invite bids under second round of toll-operate-transfer (TOT) programme by a month till December 5 at the request of investors, an official told Moneycontrol.

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Crisis in IL&FS threatens to derail India’s longest tunnel project in Jammu & Kashmir

Crisis in IL&FS threatens to derail India’s longest tunnel project in Jammu & Kashmir

Two high-profile infrastructure projects in Jammu and Kashmir have been hit by the crisis in the Mumbai-based Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS).

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6 months on, heavy vehicles give Eastern Peripheral Expressway a miss

6 months on, heavy vehicles give Eastern Peripheral Expressway a miss

Commercial goods vehicles, including heavy duty trucks, are still giving the newly built Eastern Peripheral Expressway (EPE) a miss, nearly six months after the road was opened to traffic. The opening of the EPE was expected to reduce the number of heavy diesel truck

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Delhi Metro Violet Line: Escorts Mujesar–Raja Nahar Singh section to open soon! CMRS to inspect this week

Delhi Metro Violet Line: Escorts Mujesar–Raja Nahar Singh section to open soon! CMRS to inspect this week

Delhi Metro Violet Line: For all those who take Delhi Metro’s Violet Line to commute daily, there is good news! Soon, the Escorts Mujesar-Raja Nahar Singh section of Delhi Metro’s Violet Line is likely to open.

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IRCTC Could Soon Make Online Signup Process Tougher To Rein In Fraudulent Ticket Booking

IRCTC Could Soon Make Online Signup Process Tougher To Rein In Fraudulent Ticket Booking

Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC), in order to check fraudulent ticket booking, will soon be making it tougher to signup on its website, Zee News has reported.

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