​GOOD MORNING INDIA!

June 22, 2018, Friday

LATEST NEWS UPDATES ON ENERGY AND INFRASTRUCTURE FROM ACROSS THE MEDIA SPACE

Adani Group's Australia Arm Signs Power Purchase Pact

Adani Group's Australia Arm Signs Power Purchase Pact

Billionaire Gautam Adani, whose group is vying to build Australia's largest coal mine, today said his company has signed its first power purchase agreement for a solar farm near a central Queensland mining town.

Read more

Indian Energy Exchange Raises Rs 300 Crore From Anchor Investors

Indian Energy Exchange Raises Rs 300 Crore From Anchor Investors

Indian Energy Exchange today said it has garnered a little over Rs 300 crore from anchor investors, ahead of its initial public offering next week.

Read more

Adani Enterprises To Demerge Renewable Energy Business

Adani Enterprises To Demerge Renewable Energy Business

Adani Enterprises today announced plans to demerge its renewable energy business into associate company Adani Green Energy Ltd as part of simplifying overall business structure.

Read more

Rural Electrification Corp Agrees To Reduce Interest Rate On Loan To Andhra By 2 Per Cent

Rural Electrification Corp Agrees To Reduce Interest Rate On Loan To Andhra By 2 Per Cent

Rural Electrification Corporation (REC) of India has agreed to reduce the interest rate on loans to be given to Andhra Pradesh by 2 per cent.

Read more

Thousands Protest Across Australia Against Giant Adani Coal Mine

Thousands Protest Across Australia Against Giant Adani Coal Mine

Large protests were held across Australia on Saturday against Indian mining giant Adani Enterprises' proposed Carmichael coal mine, which would be the country's largest coal mine but has been delayed for years over environmental and financing issues.

Read more

Maharashtra Plagued By Power Shortages After Increased Load Shedding; Mumbai Plunges Into Darkness

Maharashtra Plagued By Power Shortages After Increased Load Shedding; Mumbai Plunges Into Darkness

The recent spurt of increasing load-sheddings in the financial capital of India, indicate that the city is not able to cater to the demands of Mumbaikars when it comes to electricity.

Read more

Green Power: India To Surpass EU

Green Power: India To Surpass EU

India's renewable energy expansion is set to overtake that of the European Union for the first time by 2022. The installed renewable energy generation capacity in the country would also double by then, says a report titled 'Renewables 2017' released by the International Energy Agency.

Read more

54,000 Petrol Pumps Across India To Go On Strike, Will Remain Closed On 13th October; Here Is Why

54,000 Petrol Pumps Across India To Go On Strike, Will Remain Closed On 13th October; Here Is Why

At least 54,000 petrol pumps across India will remain closed for 24 hours. The strike will take place on 13th October.

Read more

Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries Sells Us Shale Asset For USD 126 Million

Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries Sells US Shale Asset For USD 126 Million

Indian oil-to-telecoms conglomerate Reliance Industries Ltd has agreed to sell a shale oil and gas block in the United States for USD126 million, a third of the price it paid seven years ago, amid a downturn in global oil prices.

Read more

Can't Put Metro Fare Hike On Hold: Centre Tells Delhi Government

Can't Put Metro Fare Hike On Hold: Centre Tells Delhi Government

The Centre has informed the Delhi government that the Metro Act does not allow it to put on hold the hike in Delhi Metro fares which will be effective from October 10, a source said today.

Read more

Who Are The Railway Gate Mitras? What Do They Want?

Who Are The Railway Gate Mitras? What Do They Want?

Over 10000 men and women are employed as gate mitras by the Ministry of Railways at unmanned level crossings to ensure the safety of people while crossing railway tracks.

 

Read more

Don’t Want Metro Fare Hike? Get Ready To Pay Rs 3,000 Crore For 5 Years: Centre To Arvind Kejriwal Govt

Don’t Want Metro Fare Hike? Get Ready To Pay Rs 3,000 Crore For 5 Years: Centre To Arvind Kejriwal Govt

Union housing and urban affairs minister Hardeep Singh Puri has said the Delhi government will need to pay Rs 3,000 crore annually for five years if it wants to stop the increase in Delhi metro fares next week, setting up a confrontation with the Aam Aadmi Party-run administration.

Read more

People Questioning Introduction Of Bullet Train Are In Minority: Piyush Goyal

People Questioning Introduction Of Bullet Train Are In Minority: Piyush Goyal

Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal on Thursday said that people who have negative mindset with regard to the introduction of bullet train in India are in a minority now.

Read more

Safety Prog On Entire Rail Network Soon : Goyal

Safety Prog On Entire Rail Network Soon : Goyal

Railways is embarking on a massive programme to ensure safety of the entire network and there is no constraint of budget when it comes to safety of passengers, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said on Friday.

Read more

Warm Regards,

Team EnergyInfraPost.com
Twitter:@energyinfrapos1
www.energyinfrapost.com
Contact Us: energyinfrapost@gmail.com
And anupama.airy@gmail.com
(Or Call Us At 9810661825)

2016 EnergyInfraPost.com | Contact Us 
B 306, First Floor, Saraswati Vihar, Pitampura, New Delhi