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March 25, 2019, Monday

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

Azure power qualifies for technical round, government discussing tariff

Azure power qualifies for technical round, government discussing tariff

The government is negotiating tariffs with New York-listed Azure Power, the only developer that responded positively to the manufacturing-linked solar tender. Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) floated a 10 GW solar

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India May Soon End Power Shortage As 200 Potential Thermal Power Sites Have Been Identified

India May Soon End Power Shortage As 200 Potential Thermal Power Sites Have Been Identified

Soon, India may be able to end its on-going power shortage as a total of 200 potential sites have been identified for setting up large thermal power plants of total 428.9 GW capacity. According to the Central Electricity Authority

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CEA study finds 200 new sites for thermal power plants of 428.9GW

CEA study finds 200 new sites for thermal power plants of 428.9GW

A total 200 potential sites have been identified for setting up as many large thermal power plants of total 428.9 GW capacity, more than the existing installed capacity of 346.61 GW, according to a study by the Central Electricity Authority (CEA).

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France submits techno-commercial offer for Jaitapur nuclear power plant

France submits techno-commercial offer for Jaitapur nuclear power plant

French company EDF has submitted a techno-commercial proposal to the government for the Jaitapur Nuclear Power Plant (JNPP), in a significant step towards the progress of the project, sources said.

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UP looks to achieve 100% electrification by month-end: Power Minister

UP looks to achieve 100% electrification by month-end: Power Minister

Uttar Pradesh is set to achieve 100 per cent electrification by the month-end, state power minister Srikant Sharma said on December 27. Uttar Pradesh is among the states where a large number of households

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Coal India gets stay on insolvency order for subsidiary

Coal India gets stay on insolvency order for subsidiary

State-owned company Coal India Ltd (CIL) has got a stay from the appellate authority the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLAT) on insolvency proceedings after NCLT had initiated proceedings against one of its subsidiaries for refusing to pay interest on disputed bills.

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Rooftop solar: A place in the sun

Rooftop solar: A place in the sun

That the Kempegowda International Airport at Bengaluru is one of the country’s few airports to have been built under the public private partnership (PPP) model is well known. What is less known is that of the over 75 million units

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Prices of petrol, diesel slashed yet again, check December 24 rates in your city here

Prices of petrol, diesel slashed yet again, check December 24 rates in your city here

After a dip in fuel prices on Sunday, rates were again slashed on Monday in Delhi. Petrol was retailing at Rs 69.86 per litre and diesel at Rs 63.83 per litre, respectively in the national capital.

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Work on Rs 3,338 crore petrol, gas pipeline to start from Dec 24

Work on Rs 3,338 crore petrol, gas pipeline to start from Dec 24

The construction work of the Paradip-Hyderabad petroleum product pipeline and Bokaro-Angul gas pipeline will start from December 24. These pipelines will provide petroleum products and gas for domestic, industrial and commercial use.

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Petroleum products should be under GST, says Industry body

Petroleum products should be under GST, says Industry body

Hailing the GST Council’s decision to reduce tax rates on several items and services, President of PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Rajeev Talwar on Sunday urged the government and the council to consider bringing

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Crude drops more than 11% in a week as supply weighs

Crude drops more than 11% in a week as supply weighs

Oil prices fell on Friday to their lowest since the third quarter of 2017, heading for losses of more than 11 per cent in a week, as global oversupply kept buyers away from the market ahead of holidays over the next two weeks.

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Oil market likely to rebalance early 2019: OPEC ministers

Oil market likely to rebalance early 2019: OPEC ministers

Oil ministers from leading OPEC nations said Sunday they expect prices will arrest their recent slide and rebalance early next year, when a deal on new production cuts takes effect.

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Solar-powered petrol pump opened

Solar-powered petrol pump opened

Indian Oil Corporation (IOCL) chairman Sanjiv Singh on Sunday launched India’s first 24x7 solar-powered retail outlet at Pongam near Angamaly. It is a big boost to the sustainability initiatives of IOCL, said a press release here.

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As Iran looks to the East, India must not lose sight of it

As Iran looks to the East, India must not lose sight of it

Ever since US President Donald Trump withdrew from the multilateral nuclear agreement with Iran, Iran’s Supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei, who is responsible for setting the directions of the nation’s security and foreign policy, has

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ONGC board thinks not the right time to list ONGC Videsh Ltd

ONGC board thinks not the right time to list ONGC Videsh Ltd

The ONGC board has opined that it is not the right time to list the firm's overseas investment arm ONGC Videsh on the bourses, sources said. The board of Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) on December 21

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New route added to NMRC’s bus services between Noida, Greater Noida

New route added to NMRC’s bus services between Noida, Greater Noida

A new route was added Sunday to the Noida Metro Rail Corporation-run bus services between Shashi Chowk in Noida and Ek Moorti Chowk in Greater Noida, officials said. Union Minister and local MP Mahesh Sharma inaugurated

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RRTS project likely to miss 2023 deadline

RRTS project likely to miss 2023 deadline

The Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) project of Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA) likely to miss the deadline of 2023 due to the difference of opinion over the construction of a Metro station at Sarai Kale Khan, according to sources.

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369 infrastructure projects show cost overruns of over Rs 3.58 lakh crore

369 infrastructure projects show cost overruns of over Rs 3.58 lakh crore

As many as 369 infrastructure projects, each worth Rs 150 crore or above, have shown cost overruns of over Rs 3.58 trn owing to delays and other reasons, a Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation report said last week.

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Indian Railways bags 17 awards at the 'National Energy Conservation awards 2018'

Indian Railways bags 17 awards at the 'National Energy Conservation awards 2018'

The Railways has won 17 awards at the 'National Energy Conservation awards 2018', held here. This is the highest number of awards bagged by a single organisation. Minister of Railways and Coal Piyush Goyal congratulated the officials for the achievement.

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India’s Longest Rail-road Bridge is Finally Ready After 21 Years But Not Everyone in Assam is Happy

India’s Longest Rail-road Bridge is Finally Ready After 21 Years But Not Everyone in Assam is Happy

Assam’s long wait for the Bogibeel Bridge — the longest rail-cum-road bridge — is set to come to an end as Prime Minister Narendra Modi will flag it off on December 25.

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RTC mulls adding feeder services to Metro stations

RTC mulls adding feeder services to Metro stations

Plans are being made by Greater Hyderabad RTC to add more services in the high traffic routes to meet passenger needs, especially in areas around Hi-Tec city.

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