Solar Plant In Palaswade

Tata Power Commissions 30 MW Solar Plant In Palaswade Village In Maharashtra

Tata Power’s 100% owned renewable energy subsidiary, has commissioned a 30 MW solar plant, spread over 140 acres in Palaswade village in Maan Taluka, in Satara district located 350 km south of Aurangabad city in Maharashtra.

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Solar Event, France's Macron

France's Macron To Visit India In Early 2018 To Attend Int'l Solar Event

French President Emmanuel Macron will fly to India at the beginning of next year to attend the International Solar EnergySummit, his office said.

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NTPC CMD Gurdeep Singh

We Will Take Corrective Actions Across Our Units: NTPC CMD Gurdeep Singh

NTPC Ltd will take corrective actions - in design, construction, and operations - - related not only to the unit in Uttar Pradesh where an accident led to 32 deaths but in future units also, its chairman and managing director Gurdeep Singh said on Friday.

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Tata Power

Tata Power Q2 Profit Misses Estimate, One-Off Items Hurt

India's Tata Power Co Ltd reported a nearly 44 percent slump in quarterly profit, hurt by one-off charges related to its stake in Tata Teleservices Ltd and its Rithala plant.

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Unchahar power plant

NTPC Toll At 30; Boiler Fans May Have Caused Blast

The blast at NTPC's Unchahar power plant, in which the death toll rose to 30 on Thursday, may have been caused by the malfunctioning of fans meant to maintain pressure inside the boiler.

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Coal India

Coal India Misses Production Target By 15 Million Tonne

State-owned miner Coal India missed its production target for the period April-October by 5 per cent and sales target by 3 per cent despite power companies complaining about non-availability of adequate coal.

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hydroelectric power producer

CIC Won’t Give J&K Info On Its Hydel Projects

We will extract electricity from the rivers of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) to power your homes, offices and streets but we will not throw any light on handing back those hydel projects to the State seems to be the stance of NHPC Ltd, India's largest public sector hydroelectric power producer.

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Revolving Fund For Energy Efficiency Launched; Five Cities To Benefit

Revolving Fund For Energy Efficiency Launched; Five Cities To Benefit

The Global Environment Facility (GEF) along with Energy Efficiency Service Ltd has launched a revolving fund for three efficiency areas.

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Solar Stakeholders

Government Thrust On Renewables Cooling, Say Solar Stakeholders

Though India was a major inspiration behind the formation of the Gurugram-headquartered International Solar Alliance, the government's earlier thrust on renewable energy seems to have abated, stakeholders say.

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Solar Panel

No Sops If Chinese Solar Panel Used, Says Government

The government subsidy will not be extended to solar plants if they use Chinese panels. The government will give the subsidy to solar plants which use Indian-made solar panels.

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Hydro Giant Plans

India’s Hydro Giant Plans Another 150mw Of Solar With SECI

Indian state-run power firm National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC) plans to build another 150MW of solar projects in partnership with Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI).

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Swiss Diplomat

MSMEs An Important Chapter In Indian Economy: Swiss Diplomat

Small and medium enterprises account for over half of employment worldwide, Swiss envoy to India Andreas Baum said today, noting that this sector will continue to be an important chapter in the Indian economy.

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Renewable Solar Plan

IIT KGP-Arka Renewable Plan Solar E-charging Station On

IIT Kharagpur and Arka Renewables Energy College have submitted a plan to the Department of Science and Technology for setting up solar e-vehicles charging station on a commercial scale in the state.

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Closed Bids Not Reverse Auction Way To Go For Wind Power: Siemens Gamesa India CMD

Closed Bids Not Reverse Auction Way To Go For Wind Power: Siemens Gamesa India CMD

The reverse auction for determining wind power tariff should be scrapped in favour of closed/sealed bids if the Indian wind turbine manufacturers are to survive in the long run, said a top industry official.

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LED Bulb Brands

76% Of LED Bulb Brands In India Flout Consumer Safety Norms: Study

A study conducted across 4 major Indian cities of New Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Hyderabad has shown that 76% of LED Bulb brands and 71% of LED down lighter brands across 200 electrical retail outlets were found to be non-compliant with consumer safety standards.

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