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May 26, 2019, Sunday

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

Chandigarh: UT admin submits power project details with revised deadlines

Chandigarh: UT admin submits power project details with revised deadlines

After the directions of the Joint Electricity Regulatory Commission (JERC), the UT electricity department has submitted revised details of power projects along with its deadlines.

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Gurugram: Net meter supply dries up, solar plan runs out of energy

Gurugram: Net meter supply dries up, solar plan runs out of energy

Vendors of solar power plants in Gurugram claim they have not added a single consumer since September 2018 and the market is going down as the government is not releasing net meters, an essential component that will allow consumers to extract rebate.

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Gujarat’s green energy policy will lead to land hoarding, fear small firms

Gujarat’s green energy policy will lead to land hoarding, fear small firms

Wind developers have expressed concern over Gujarat’s new land policy for renewable energy, announced about a month ago, as it does not make possession of a power purchase agreement (PPA) mandatory while applying for land to set up a project in the state.

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High costs of power purchase stifle Discoms across country

High costs of power purchase stifle Discoms across country

State governments are struggling with high costs of power purchase, putting pressure on power distribution companies. The higher costs are due to an increase in price of coal, rail freight, rise in electricity demand, and an increase in short-term purchase costs, among others.

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Coal India’s output up 6.6% so far this fiscal

Coal India’s output up 6.6% so far this fiscal

Coal India Ltd witnessed a 6.6-per cent growth in production at 527.70 million tonnes (mt) so far during this fiscal (April-February), compared with 495.08 mt during the same period last year.

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NTPC eyes stressed assets under insolvency in NCLT to make deals sweeter

NTPC eyes stressed assets under insolvency in NCLT to make deals sweeter

State-run power giant NTPC has decided to acquire only those stressed power projects undergoing insolvency proceedings in the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), with an aim to get fairer deals.

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Jaipur Development Authority planning mega solar power initiatives

Jaipur Development Authority planning mega solar power initiatives

The Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) is all set to become climate-friendly as it is planning to run headquarters and two big parks (Central Park and Jawahar Circle) on solar power, replacing the conventional system.

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Oil regulator rejects Adani Gas' application for CNG retailing in Jaipur, Udaipur

Oil regulator rejects Adani Gas' application for CNG retailing in Jaipur, Udaipur

Oil regulator PNGRB has rejected Adani Gas Ltd's application for authorisation to retail CNG to automobiles and piped natural gas to households in Jaipur and Udaipur, saying the company was not in compliance with regulations for a licence.

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AG&P to invest $1.3 billion in city gas distribution

AG&P to invest $1.3 billion in city gas distribution

AG&P (Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Company of Manila), which has won the rights to create a network and deliver natural gas in 28 districts in India, foresees investments close to $1.3 billion.

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Oil exploration will remain a challenge for govts

Oil exploration will remain a challenge for govts

India’s hydrocarbon space will test the patience and policy consistency of the government of the day in the coming years as the country’s exploration policy enters a transition phase.

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Essar Oil & Gas gets environment clearance to begin shale gas exploration

Essar Oil & Gas gets environment clearance to begin shale gas exploration

Essar Oil & Gas Exploration and Production (EOGEPL) has received environment clearance for exploring shale gas reserves in its Raniganj block in West Bengal, an official said.

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Slowing global growth, high oil prices could derail India's economic growth

Slowing global growth, high oil prices could derail India's economic growth

Billions of dollars of pre-election spending by the Indian government and political parties in the next two months is unlikely to stop the nation's economy from slowing further, economists said.

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With Vande Bharat Express, Railways makes a green push

With Vande Bharat Express, Railways makes a green push

India’s first semihigh speed express train, Vande Bharat Express, is also the first ‘green train’ of the Indian Railways, two officials familiar with the matter said. According to a senior officer, the railways have adopted various environment-friendly

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Howrah-New Delhi Rajdhani Express turns 50, passengers get special treatment

Howrah-New Delhi Rajdhani Express turns 50, passengers get special treatment

Passengers had a very special day as they boarded the Howrah-New Delhi Rajdhani Express on Sunday as it was the golden jubilee run of the train. The passengers were greeted and were duly taken care by the Railway staff at the Howrah station on this occasion.

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Only 12 passengers book tickets on first Samjhauta Express post air strike

Only 12 passengers book tickets on first Samjhauta Express post air strike

Only 12 passengers booked tickets for the first Samjhauta Express on Sunday after the aerial strikes carried out by the Indian Air Force on terror launch pads in Pakistan`s Balakot on February 26. Out of 12 Pakistani passengers,

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PM Narendra Modi on two-day visit to Gujarat from today, will inaugurate first phase of Ahmedabad Metro service

PM Narendra Modi on two-day visit to Gujarat from today, will inaugurate first phase of Ahmedabad Metro service

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be on a two-day visit to Gujarat from Monday, where he will launch the Pradhan Mantri Shram-Yogi Maandhan Yojana (PM-SYM) and inaugurate the first phase of 6-km-long Ahmedabad Metro

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Soon a direct train from Mumbai to Alibaug; 180 escalators on Central and Western Railway

Soon a direct train from Mumbai to Alibaug; 180 escalators on Central and Western Railway

Union railway minister Piyush Goyal on Sunday hinted at a direct train being planned between Mumbai and Alibaug in the near future. “There is a goods line between Alibaug and Pen, and I plan to introduce a passenger train on this section.

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Stations along Bengaluru-Mysuru rail route get free Wi-Fi

Stations along Bengaluru-Mysuru rail route get free Wi-Fi

Passengers waiting for trains at stations along Bengaluru and Mysuru route can now access uninterrupted free Wi-Fi. RailTel Corporation of India has turned 17 railways stations in this section into free Wi-Fi zones, said South Western Railway officials on Sunday.

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Entire 19.54 km Mumbai monorail network now operational

Entire 19.54 km Mumbai monorail network now operational

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Sunday flagged off the much-delayed 11.28 kilometre second phase of the Chembur-Wadala-Jacob Circle monorail network.

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