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September 24, 2018, Monday

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

Power, Textiles

Ministries Of Power & Textiles Join Hands Under New Initiative SAATHI (Sustainable And Accelerated Adoption Of Efficient Textile Technologies To Help Small Industries)

Ministries of Power and Textiles have joined hands under a new initiative SAATHI (Sustainable and Accelerated Adoption of efficient Textile technologies to Help small Industries).

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EESL

EESL Achieves Further Reduction In Smart Meter Price; Conducts Reverse Auction Of Last Week’s Tender

Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) has achieved a further price reduction in the procurement of 50 lakh smart meters, basis a reverse auction of the tender conducted last week.

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Supreme Court Bans Use Of Dirtier Coal Alternative In New Delhi

Supreme Court Bans Use Of Dirtier Coal Alternative In New Delhi

India's top court on Tuesday banned the use of petroleum coke, a dirtier alternative to coal, in New Delhi in a bid to clean the air in one of the world's most polluted cities.

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Mega Solar Battery Storage Facility Takes Its First Step

Mega Solar Battery Storage Facility Takes Its First Step

But will it be able to follow solar and become cheaper?

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Clean Energy Firms

Narayana Murthy Pitches For Subsidies To Clean Energy Firms

Recalling his mother's ordeal of cooking on woodstove, Infosys co-founder N R Narayana Murthy today said the government should provide subsidies to businesses which sell clean energy products like cookstoves in rural India.

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South Asian Association

India Lines Up Projects To Strengthen Links With South, Southeast Asia

India is considering a series of projects aimed at strengthening links with South Asia and between the region and Southeast Asia.

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India Solar Projects

Canada’s Skypower Hires Yes Bank To Find Buyer For Its India Solar Projects

Canadian solar energy developer SkyPower Ltd has hired Yes Bank to sell a stake in its solar power projects in India, said two people aware of the development.

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Tree Planting

New Zealand Aims To Go Green With Electricity, Tree Planting

New Zealand’s incoming government is hoping to make the nation greener by planting 100 million trees each year, ensuring the electricity grid runs entirely from renewable energy, and spending more money on cycle ways and rail transport.

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LED Lights

Mahindra Invests Rs 16 Crore To Install LED Lights At 18 Manufacturing Sites

Auto major Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) today said it has invested Rs 16 crore to install LED lights at 18 manufacturing sites in a tie-up with the state-run Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL).

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Power Min

Power Min co EESL Bets On Tech That Charges EVs In Fiven Minutes

Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), a joint venture (JV) of the companies under Ministry of Power (MoP), has announced a collaboration with two Canadian companies for development of battery storage technology that will be capable of charging electric vehicles in less than five minutes.

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Solar Power Costs

To Meet Global Demands, Solar Power Costs Will Fall By 60% Over Next Decade

Harnessing solar power will become cheaper by at least 60 percent over the next decade, Adnan Amin, the head of the Abu-Dhabi based-International Renewable Energy Agency, Irena, said.

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NTPC

NTPC Searches For Buyer For Kadapa Solar Park’s Power

Six months after it conducted a solar auction of 250 MW at the Kadapa Solar Park in Andhra Pradesh, NTPC has still not been able to find a buyer for the power the project will produce, people aware of the matter said.

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Telecom Regulatory Authority of India

Trai Plans 40% Reduction In Carbon Emission By 2022-23

To make the telecom sector greener, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) has recommended 40 per cent reduction in carbon emission in telecom networks by 2022-23 considering 2011-12 as the base year.

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Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan Defends GST And Note Ban, Says New Shoe Bites Initially

Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan Defends GST And Note Ban, Says New Shoe Bites Initially

Union minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Tuesday came out in defence of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and demonetisation, saying new shoe bite for the first few days, but become comfortable to wear thereafter.

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ONGC Plans

Sambit Patra's Appointment To ONGC Board Challenged In HC

Cabinet announces Rs 2.11 lakh crore capitalisation of PSBs. Of this, Rs 1.35 lakh crore will come through recapitalisation bonds and Rs 76,000 crore via budgetary support and market raising

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Crude Oil Price

Global Crude Oil Price Of Indian Basket Was US$ 56.38 Per Bbl On 23.10.2017

The international crude oil price of Indian Basket as computed/published today by Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell (PPAC) under the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas was US$ 56.38 per barrel (bbl) on 23.10.2017.

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CIL, ONGC

Privatise The Idle Assets Of CIL, ONGC: Anil Agarwal To Government

Vedanta Group Plc chairman Anil Agarwal called on the government to privatise the idle assets of ONGC and Coal India, arguing that competition is essential to maximise benefits from the exploitation of natural resources.

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LNG Spot Market

India An Attractive LNG Spot Market: Experts

India is an attractive market for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) spot trade though its power generating sector will continue to rely significantly on coal, energy industry executives said here today.

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Titagarh Wagons, Texmaco To Diversify Amid Stagnant Orders From Railways

Titagarh Wagons, Texmaco To Diversify Amid Stagnant Orders From Railways

Faced with stagnancy in wagon orders from Indian Railways recently, private wagon majors like Texmaco Rail Engineering Ltd (TREL) and Titagarh Wagons Ltd (TWL) are changing their product mix and market strategy to keep up with the changing times as well as de-risk themselves from Indian Railway.

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Indian Railways Is Going To Speed Up 500 Trains And Cut Down Travel Time

Indian Railways Is Going To Speed Up 500 Trains And Cut Down Travel Time

we regret the inconvenience: that’s a line you’ll hear more often than you would like if you travel by train in India.

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Metro Railway Celebrates 33rd Birthday In Kolkata

Metro Railway Celebrates 33rd Birthday In Kolkata

Urban transportation was revolutionised in India exactly 33 years ago on October 24, 1984, when the first metro service in the country ran between the Esplanade and Bhowanipore (now Netaji Bhavan) stations in Kolkata.

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Northeast Frontier Railway

Agartala-Delhi Rajdhani Service Likely To Start This Week

The much-awaited Rajdhani Express service from Agartala was likely to be launched by the end of this week, Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) sources said.

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Bharat 22

Arun Jaitley Panel Finalises Launch Date Of Bharat-22 ETF

A panel headed by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has finalised the launch date and quantum of issuance of 'Bharat 22' Exchange Traded Fund (ETF).

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Amul

This Twitter Exchange Between Indian Railways And Amul Will Warm Your Heart

Dairy giant Amul reached out to the Indian Railways on its official Twitter handle with a business proposition to use its refrigerated parcel vans to transport Amul Butter across India.

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Heavy Luggage

Restrictions Of Heavy Luggage On Trains In Mumbai, Other Cities.

The railways may soon strictly impose restrictions on the amount of luggage carried by passengers on board trains in Mumbai and other cities.

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Railways Plans, Suburban Rail

Railways Plans Elevated Corridors For Suburban Rail In Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru

An ambitious plan for elevated corridors over existing rail tracks in Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru that will improve safety and decongest networks is being considered by the railways in partnership with state governments and central agencies.

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Bullet Train In India

Bullet Train In India: National Institute Of Design Students’ Logo Emerges As Top Choice; Take A Look

National Institute of Design (NID) in Ahmedabad students have designed the logo for the first-ever bullet train in India.

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Old Rail Coaches

Old Rail Coaches To House The Poor And Homeless In Hyderabad

In November last year, the Indian Railways decided to auction rail coaches of six metre-gauge trains that had been pulled out of operation by the Lucknow division of North Eastern Railway (NER) due to gauge conversion of the Aishbagh-Mailani section.

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Utterly Butterly Delightful

Railways Has 'Utterly Butterly Delightful' Banter With Amul; May Result In Unique New Business Deal

Dairy giant Amul reached out to the Indian Railways on its official Twitter handle with a business proposition, to use its refrigerated parcel vans to transport Amul butter across India.

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Railways Extend Bhopal Station

Railways Extend Bhopal Station Redevelopment Bid For 5th Time

There are no takers for re-development of the Bhopal railway station. This, while Habibganj railway station became the first station in the country to be redeveloped into world class station in India.

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BBCR

All You Need To Know About Mumbai Central Terminus

The lesser known Bellasis Road, currently outside the Mumbai Central terminus, became administrative headquarters of the Bombay Baroda and Central Railway (BBCR) today’s Western Railway, after the British regime felt the importance of extending the administrative enclave from Churchgate.

 

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Highway Plan

Rs 7 Lakh Crore Highway Plan Set To Get Cabinet’s Nod Today

The government is set to approve the biggest ever highway development plan to develop and expand approximately 83,000 km of roads at an investment of Rs 6.9 lakh crore by 2022 on Tuesday.

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