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ntpc

NTPC Will Not Acquire But Can Run Stressed Power Plants If Asked To Do So By Lenders: Piyush Goyal

Union power minister Piyush Goyal has clarified that state-owned NTPC will not acquire any stressed assets but it can run a power plant if asked to do so by banks.

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electricity

Interview: What Chairman Of Feedback Infra Vinayak Chatterjee Has To Say On Power Theft

Finally after decades: Powered by “Vidyut Chori Roko Abhiyan” & allied measures, UP’s electricity bill collections rises by 28.5% in Q1.

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2017 Sees Major Pick-up In Solar Capacity Addition Pace: Report

2017 Sees Major Pick-up In Solar Capacity Addition Pace: Report

In what signifies a major pick-up in solar capacity addition pace in India, projects worth 4,765 MW were commissioned in the first six months of 2017,compared to 4,313 MW that was added in the whole year of 2016, according to an industry report.

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India adds 4,765 MW solar capacity in H1 2017: Report

India adds 4,765 MW solar capacity in H1 2017: Report

The Indian solar market added 1,869 MW capacity in April-June quarter taking the installations to 4,765 MW during H1 of 2017, a recent survey said.

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After Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand Manages To Renegotiate Solar Tariffs

After Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand Manages To Renegotiate Solar Tariffs

Solar power developers who won the mega auction of 1,200 MW of projects in Jharkhand 16 months ago have agreed to reduce tariffs, which will help them sign power purchase agreements.

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India Banks On Larger-Sized Reactors To Keep Power Tariff From Spiking

India Banks On Larger-Sized Reactors To Keep Power Tariff From Spiking

India plans to keep check on electricity tariff for nuclear generating stations by achieving higher economies of scale through use of larger-sized reactors.

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Unnat Jyoti

Affordable LEDs To Cut Cost Of Power Purchase By Rs 12 Crore In Chandigarh

The central government’s Unnat Jyoti Affordable LEDs for All (UJALA) scheme has evoked a positive response in this city.

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SHAKTI Scheme

CIL Floats First Tender To Supply Coal Under SHAKTI Scheme

Owned Coal India has floated the first tender operationalising SHAKTI scheme providing coal linkage to thermal power projects through the auction route.

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Energy Prices

India Agrees To Reduce Energy Prices

India has agreed to reduce the price of electricity that is exported to Nepal.Electricity from India is imported from different Indian states via cross-border transmission lines.

 

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netflix

Nettlinx Acquires 51 Pc Stake In Sri Venkateswara Green Power

Nettlinx Limited, a city-based internet infrastructure company today announced acquisition of a controlling 51 per cent stake in Sri Venkateswara Green Power Projects Limited, a firm involved in developing and implementing a viable and environmentally sustainable 12 MW power plant, a renewable energy project.

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Piyush Goyal

Aiming All-Electric Car Fleet In Country By 2030: Piyush Goyal

Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal today said the world is moving towards electric vehicles and the government is working on a road map to ensure all-electric car fleet in the country.

 

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solar

Older Solar Projects: Extend deadline if delay is on your part, says Centre to state govts

The Centre has asked state governments to extend the time duration for the completion of older solar projects if the delay is because of their own actions. This comes at a time when states like Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand are planning to scrap older solar projects or are asking companies to lessen the tariff at which these older projects were signed.

 

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Energy Production

Karnataka At 3rd Spot In Renewable Energy Production

Karnataka has overtaken Gujarat to become the third highest producer of renewable energy after Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra.

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Indian Crude Basket Price Stood At $51.60/bbl On Tuesday

Indian Crude Basket Price Stood At $51.60/bbl On Tuesday

The price of Indian basket of crude oil inched up to $51.60 a barrel (bbl) on Tuesday from $51.04 on the day before in line with the movement in the global oil market.

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Govt Tweaks HPCL's Terms Of Sale To ONGCTo Avoid 'open Offer'

Govt Tweaks HPCL's Terms Of Sale To ONGCTo Avoid 'open Offer'

The government has tweaked the terms of sale of its 51.11 per cent stake in HPCL to ONGC by including phrases that will help avoid triggering an open offer, an official said.

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Petronas Scouts For LNG Opportunities In India

Petronas Scouts For LNG Opportunities In India

Malaysia's national oil company Petronas plans to look for equity partnerships in the liquified natural gas (LNG) infrastructure segment in India. To expand its presence in the country, the company is also looking to secure long term LNG supply contracts.

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Iraq Top Oil Exporter To India For Fourth Straight Month

Iraq Top Oil Exporter To India For Fourth Straight Month

India’s oil imports from Iraq rose 31.5 percent in July from a month ago, shipping data showed, allowing the Middle Eastern country to retain the top supplier spot for the fourth consecutive month amid declines from sellers like the United Arab Emirates, Venezuela and Iran.

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Oil Falls For Third Day As Doubts Over OPEC Cuts Linger

Oil Falls For Third Day As Doubts Over OPEC Cuts Linger

Crude futures fell for a third day on Wednesday despite a bigger than expected fall in U.S. oil inventories reported by an industry group, with doubts lingering over OPEC's ability to restrain supply as promised.

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Hazira gas

India: Billionaire Dilip Shanghvi’s Sun Oil May Buy GSPC’s Hazira Field

Billionaire Dilip Shanghvi’s Sun Oil and Natural Gas is close to acquiring state-run Gujarat State Petroleum Corp.’s (GSPC) 66.67% stake in the Hazira gas field located in the Cambay basin in Gujarat, two people aware of the development said.

 

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OPEC Expects Better Compliance With Output Cut Target After Abu Dhabi Meet

OPEC Expects Better Compliance With Output Cut Target After Abu Dhabi Meet

OPEC hopes for better compliance with output cut target after two days’ of deliberations with members in Abu Dhabi that concluded on Tuesday.

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oil

Oil Holds Around $52 Before U.S. Inventory Report

Oil held around $52 a barrel on Wednesday as an industry report showing a large drop in U.S. crude stocks countered doubts that compliance with OPEC-led supply cuts will increase.

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diesel

Top Oil Buyers Go On Light Crude Diet To Meet Diesel Craving

Captain Tsitrelis Ioannis and the 26-strong crew of the Malibu arrived at Ulsan in early August after sailing almost 9,000 nautical miles to deliver a million barrels of Kazakh CPC crude from the Black Sea to South Korea, one of the key buyers in the world’s biggest oil market.

 

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Mercator Preparing War Chest To Acquire Dredging Corporation

Mercator Preparing War Chest To Acquire Dredging Corporation

Determined to bid for Dredging Corporation of India, which is being lined up by the Indian government for strategic sale as part of the disinvestment programme, Mercator is preparing to raise a credible war chest.

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ship fuel

Nitin Gadkari bats for methanol as ship fuel, to approach Union Cabinet

Union minister Nitin Gadkari today said the government is considering a proposal to allow use of methanol as a fuel for ships, which he said would be a cheaper, cleaner and forex-saving alternative to diesel.

 

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Despite Floods, Railways' July Freight And Passenger Biz Up

SR To Operate Special Trains To Clear Extra Rush

To clear the extra rush of passengers,Southern Railway will operate special trains between Kochuveli-Mangaluru and Ernakulam-Yeswantpur from August 11 to October one.

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Food Vendors Demand Review Of Railways' Catering Policy

Food Vendors Demand Review Of Railways' Catering Policy

The representative body of food vendors and eateries at railway stations on Wednesday demanded the railway ministry review its new catering policy which it alleged endangers the livelihood of small kiosk owners.

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Delhi Seen Growing Fastest In Asia Over Next 5 Years

Delhi Seen Growing Fastest In Asia Over Next 5 Years

Delhi will be Asia’s fastest-growing city over the next five years, with the economy projected to be almost 50 percent larger in 2021 than it was at the end of 2016, said a report.

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OBOR

OBOR Gives New Urgency To India's N-E Infra Plans

India is ramping up infrastructure spending to expedite development of highways connecting country’s North East with Mynamar and Thailand as it gears up to compete with the Dragon for access to these markets.

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ADB Approves $200 Mn Loan For Infrastructure In Bangladesh

ADB Approves $200 Mn Loan For Infrastructure In Bangladesh

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will offer the Government of Bangladesh a loan of USD 200 million to strengthen urban infrastructure, service delivery and governance in municipalities.

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August Kranti

August Kranti Rajdhani Express: Details of Mumbai-Delhi Train Named After Quit India Movement’s August Kranti Maidan

Today is August Kranti Day 2017. While it is not a public holiday, the August Kranti Diwas holds great historic significance for India and its people. It was on August 9, 1942 that the Quit India Movement was launched in India following an inspiring speech by the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, on the previous day.

 

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RAIL.ONE

Bengal-Based Firm Buys 100-year-old German Company To Expand Global Reach

It was back in 1894, that Gustav Adolf Pfleiderer established a lumber rafting and trading business in Heilbronn, Germany. By 1920, the family-owned company Pfleiderer was already supplying wooden sleepers to Deutsche Bahn

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Kyoto Protocol

India Ratifies Second Commitment Period Of Kyoto Protocol

India has ratified the second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol that commits countries to contain the emission of greenhouse gases, reaffirming its stand on climate action.

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Chinese Firms

Russian, Chinese Firms Evince Interest In Punjab

Companies based in Russia, China and UAE have shown interest in setting up business units in diverse areas, such as defence and metro rail, in Punjab.

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railway

Central Railway to run extra trains, but locals may face travel woes

Do not be surprised if you find the local trains overcrowded and roads jam-packed on Wednesday. The Maratha morcha is expected to make travel difficult for Mumbaikars. To begin with, supporters have already arrived in the city in big numbers. Community members have arrived in the city on foot or in private vehicles by road and some even by long-distance trains.

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solid waste

Challenge Of solid waste In India

Mini-mountains of accumulated untreated urban waste are common sights in most big and medium cities and towns in the country.

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