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Bihar To Raise Demand For National Tariff At Power Minsters' Meet

Bihar To Raise Demand For National Tariff At Power Minsters' Meet

Bihar is likely to raise demand for a national power tariff at the two-day conference of power ministers at Rajgir in Nalanda district later this week, state energy minister Bijendra Prasad Yadav said here on Tuesday.

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Over $270 Billion Investment In New Power Infrastructure Could Be Avoided Via Digital Tech: IEA

Over $270 Billion Investment In New Power Infrastructure Could Be Avoided Via Digital Tech: IEA

Digital technologies are set to transform the global energy landscape, making it more connected, reliable and sustainable, which will have a profound and lasting impact on both energy demand and supply, states a new report on Digitalisation and Energy by the International Energy Agency(IEA).

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China Develops Self-Driving Electric City Buses

China Develops Self-Driving Electric City Buses

China has developed its first solely electric-powered self-driving buses which can travel upto 150 km on a single charge and plans to deploy them later this month, media reports said today.

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Indian Solar Sector Has Massive Potential: Nimray Solar Chief

Indian Solar Sector Has Massive Potential: Nimray Solar Chief

The Indian solar energy market is rising at lightning fast speed, but lack of standardization, a disorganized market and lack of customer awareness are major challenges facing the industry, said Ajay Singh, Founder & President of Nimray-Solar, in an exclusive interview with SME Times.

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Wary Of Chinese Intentions: India To Build Reservoirs To Store Brahmaputra Water

Wary Of Chinese Intentions: India To Build Reservoirs To Store Brahmaputra Water

The Indian government has expedited the process of getting clearances for four proposed projects to build reservoirs to store water from the Brahmaputra River and its tributaries amid fresh reports of Chinese threats to divert the river's water to its arid regions.

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India’s Effort In Renewable Energy Led To Drop In Solar Price: US

India’s Effort In Renewable Energy Led To Drop In Solar Price: US

India’s massive effort towards renewable energy has resulted in considerable drop in solar price and the country now believes that the solar power is cheaper than coal without subsidy, US lawmakers have been told.

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Bhel Q2 Profit Rises 6% To Rs115 Crore, Misses Estimates

BHEL Q2 Profit Rises 6% To Rs115 Crore, Misses Estimates

Power plant equipment maker Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (Bhel) posted a nearly 6% rise in quarterly profit, the company said on Tuesday, but missed analysts’ forecasts.

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BHEL Aims Non-power Revenue To 40% By 2022

BHEL Aims Non-power Revenue To 40% By 2022

The state-owned power equipment major, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) is aiming at doubling the non-power revenue by 2022 and the projects will be executed on a turnkey basis.

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The Geopolitical Implications Of Renewable Energy

The Geopolitical Implications Of Renewable Energy

An October report from BlackRock (BLK)—the world’s largest publicly traded investment management firm—wisely states, “markets are calm but geopolitics are anything but.”

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Ultimate Sun Systems Commissions 500KW Expansion To Ambala Rooftop Solar Plant

Ultimate Sun Systems Commissions 500KW Expansion To Ambala Rooftop Solar Plant

The expansion is a grid-tiled rooftop solar PV system, generating 750,000 kWh of electricity every year. The project has been sanctioned and approved by the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI), which has provided 30 percent subsidy to the project.

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India’s Effort In Renewable Energy Led To Drop In Solar Price, Says US Senator Jeff Merkley

India’s Effort In Renewable Energy Led To Drop In Solar Price, Says US Senator Jeff Merkley

India’s massive effort towards renewable energy has resulted in considerable drop in solar price and the country now believes that the solar power is cheaper than coal without subsidy, US lawmakers have been told.

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Growth Imperatives In Steel Sector Need To Be Addressed Quickly

Growth Imperatives In Steel Sector Need To Be Addressed Quickly

Belying the earlier apprehension, the alloy and SS industry has started looking up. A part of it may be due to a mid-year revision of the availability figures in the official statistics that has made the finished steel availability in this segment to grow by 15.5% in October 2017 itself and by 14.5% during the first 7 months of the current fiscal.

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Gujarat High Court Clears Decks For State’s First Wind Auction

Gujarat High Court Clears Decks For State’s First Wind Auction

The Gujarat High Court on Monday dismissed a petition opposing the holding of the state’s first wind auction.

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Coal India Arm Examining Show Cause Notices Issued By Odisha Govt

Coal India Arm Examining Show Cause Notices Issued By Odisha Govt

State-owned CILtoday said its arm Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd (MCL) is examining the show cause notices issued to it by the Odisha government for violating environment norms and other regulations.

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High Oil Prices Are Back To Spoil The Fun For Indian Consumers And Economy

High Oil Prices Are Back To Spoil The Fun For Indian Consumers And Economy

Global crude oil prices (Brent Crude Oil) scaled new heights on Monday (6 November) and hit their highest levels of $64.23 per barrel since July 2015.

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BP, Shell Lead Plan For Blockchain-Based Energy Trading Platform

BP, Shell Lead Plan For Blockchain-Based Energy Trading Platform

A consortium including energy companies BP and Royal Dutch Shell will develop a blockchain-based digital platform for energy commodities trading expected to start by end-2018, the group said on Monday.

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ONGC, Oil India Gain Up To 3% As Oil Prices Rule At Highest Since 2015

ONGC, Oil India Gain Up To 3% As Oil Prices Rule At Highest Since 2015

Shares of state-owned oil exploration & production companies – Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) and Oil India – rallied up to 3.5% on the BSE in early morning trade on rising crude oil prices.

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Gulf Oil Net Profit Up 38% At Rs. 40.4 Cr In Q2

Gulf Oil Net Profit Up 38% At Rs. 40.4 Cr In Q2

Gulf Oil Lubricants India Ltd reported a Rs. 40.42-crore net profit for the second quarter of financial year 2017-2018.

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Oil And Gas Pipeline Safety Market by Production Market Analysis and Regional Market Performance

Oil And Gas Pipeline Safety Market by Production Market Analysis and Regional Market Performance

Global Oil And Gas Pipeline Safety Market Research Report provides an in-depth analysis of the major Oil And Gas Pipeline Safety industry leading players along with the company profiles and strategies adopted by them.

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Indian Oil Denies Role In Sri Lanka Fuel Crisis

Indian Oil Denies Role In Sri Lanka Fuel Crisis

The Indian Oil Company's subsidiary in Sri Lanka has dismissed as "mischievous and factually incorrect" the allegations that it was responsible for the fuel shortage in the island nation.

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Shatabdi Express Is Now ‘Gold Standard’; Free Movies On Wifi To Clean Toilets, 15 Facts Every Rail Passenger Will Love

Shatabdi Express Is Now ‘Gold Standard’; Free Movies On Wifi To Clean Toilets, 15 Facts Every Rail Passenger Will Love

Shatabdi Express with 'Gold Standards': The first revamped Shatabdi Express under Indian Railways' 'Operation Swarn' has been unveiled! Under Operation Swarn, Indian Railways aims to upgrade Rajdhani and Shatabdi Express trains on key routes.

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Railways Installs Main Arch On World's Highest Bridge Over Chenab

Railways Installs Main Arch On World's Highest Bridge Over Chenab

The Indian Railways has launched the main arch of the world's highest bridge on the River Chenab in Jammu and Kashmir's Reasi district which will provide direct connectivity to the Kashmir Valley.

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Work On Metro Rail Line From Bahadurgarh To Mundka Almost Complete

Work On Metro Rail Line From Bahadurgarh To Mundka Almost Complete

The work on metro rail line from Bahadurgarh in Haryana to Mundka (Delhi) has almost been completed and the testing work of the railway track will soon be started.

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India, Bangladesh Joining Hands To Revive Railways Snapped After India-Pakistan Wars!

India, Bangladesh Joining Hands To Revive Railways Snapped After India-Pakistan Wars!

The idea behind this project is to promote stronger ties between the two countries. “This is to improve people-to-people contact and boost bilateral trade,” he told HT.

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Travel From New Delhi - Chandigarh Tejas Express Now; Details You Need To Know

Travel From New Delhi - Chandigarh Tejas Express Now; Details You Need To Know

The new Tejas Express has finally featured in the timetable for passengers travelling between Chandigarh and New Delhi.

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ABB To Expand Its Traction Transformer Business In India

ABB To Expand Its Traction Transformer Business In India

ABB declared a strategic realignment of its global transformer manufacturing, engineering and service footprint to enhance competitiveness in a dynamic market environment which is marked by increasing competition and consolidation in the rail industry.

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For Women's Safety, Western Railway Launches 'Eyewatch Railways' App

For Women's Safety, Western Railway Launches 'Eyewatch Railways' App

The Railway Protection Force or RPF of Western Railway has developed and introduced a mobile application for the security of women commuters travelling between Churchgate and Virar suburban railway stations.

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