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September 26, 2018, Wednesday

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Cleantech Solar Awarded 27 MW Of Rooftop Solar Across Three Asian Countries

Cleantech Solar Awarded 27 MW Of Rooftop Solar Across Three Asian Countries

Cleantech Solar, a Singapore-based leading pan-Asia solar energy provider to the C&I space in India and Southeast Asia, has been awarded 27 MW of solar PV capacity in three different Asian countries by three separate customers.

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Godrej Appliances Bags Order Worth Rs 207 Crore From EESL

Godrej Appliances Bags Order Worth Rs 207 Crore From EESL

Godrej Appliances, the consumer durables unit of the Godrej Group, today said it has bagged a contract worth Rs 207 crore from the Energy Efficiency Services (EESL) to supply, install and commission 52,000 green inverter air-conditioners (ACs) for government and railway establishments.

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India Chapter Of Energy Transitions Commission Launched

India Chapter Of Energy Transitions Commission Launched

The India Chapter of the Energy Transitions Commission India (ETC India) was launched here on Thursday by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).

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Chhattisgarh Village Gets Electricity For The First Time With Solar Panels

Chhattisgarh Village Gets Electricity For The First Time With Solar Panels

The residents of Chhattisgarh's Bhalupvillagein Balrampur finally got electricity connection for the first time after the district administration installed solar panels for every family. Being a Naxal prone area, the initiatives taken by the government failed to reach the village, as a result, the residents had to spend their lives in darkness for a very long time. 

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Risk Of Extreme Weather Events Higher If Paris Agreement Goals Aren’t Met, Stanford Researchers Find

Risk Of Extreme Weather Events Higher If Paris Agreement Goals Aren’t Met, Stanford Researchers Find

The difference between the U.N. goal and the actual country commitments is a mere 1 C, which may seem negligible. But a study from Stanford University, published Feb.

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India's Transition To Renewable Would Need Strong Policy Support: ETC

India's Transition To Renewable Would Need Strong Policy Support: ETC

Energy Transition Committee (ETC), in a report last year suggested India not to make any new investment in the coal sector. ETC is now willing to work with policymakers and redesign policies, which traditionally have been ‘coal-centric’.

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TN At 9th Place In World On Utilising Renewable Power

TN At 9th Place In World On Utilising Renewable Power

A new research by US-based Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) shows Tamil Nadu in ninth place in the world in terms of its share in wind and solar generation.

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Renewable Energy Push A Great Opportunity For Tamil Nadu To Tap: Report

Renewable Energy Push A Great Opportunity For Tamil Nadu To Tap: Report

Despite Tamil Nadu slipping temporarily to the third position in terms of India’s commissioned solar infrastructure, and its wind farms reaching their end of life, the state could account for 67 per cent of the total installed capacity and 56 per cent of generation from zero-emission technologies, says a report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). …

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As Usual, Profitable PSUs May Pay Higher Dividends

As Usual, Profitable PSUs May Pay Higher Dividends

Often trailing their privately owned peers for most of the year, stocks of government companies become star buys as the financial year draws to a close. The reason? Dividends.

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Centre Will Provide Jobs To Cochin Shipyard Victims' Kin, Says Minister

Centre Will Provide Jobs To Cochin Shipyard Victims' Kin, Says Minister

Union minister of state for shipping Pon Radhakrishnan visited Cochin Shipyard Limited(CSL) on Wednesday and announced that the Centre would provide jobs to dependents of those killed in Tuesday's accident.

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Oil Rises Towards $65 On Saudi Commitment To Curb Output, Weak Dollar

Oil Rises Towards $65 On Saudi Commitment To Curb Output, Weak Dollar

Oil rose towards $65 barrel on Thursday, supported by Saudi Arabia's comment that it would rather see an undersupplied market than end an OPEC-led deal to withhold production too soon, and by a weak U.S. dollar.

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GAIL To Buy Entire Produce From Essar Oil’s Raniganj East CBM Block

GAIL To Buy Entire Produce From Essar Oil’s Raniganj East CBM Block

India will buy the entire produce for the next 15 years from Essar Oil’s coal bed methane (CBM) block of Raniganj East in West Bengal.

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Thackeray To Meet Fadnavis Over Opposed Oil Refinery Project

Thackeray To Meet Fadnavis Over Opposed Oil Refinery Project

Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray will be meeting Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, on Thursday over widespread objection on an upcoming oil refinery in Ratnagiri district.

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Russia's Novatek, Saudi Aramco Sign Memo On Cooperation - Minister

Russia's Novatek, Saudi Aramco Sign Memo On Cooperation - Minister

Russia's largest non-state natural gas producer Novatek and Saudi Aramco have signed a memorandum on cooperation, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Thursday.

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Marathon Oil Profit Beats Forecasts On Rising Crude, Cost Cuts

Marathon Oil Profit Beats Forecasts On Rising Crude, Cost Cuts

U.S. oil producer Marathon Oil Corpposted a better-than-expected adjusted quarterly profit on Wednesday, helped by rising crude prices and cost cuts, sending its shares up more than 2 percent in extended trading.

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A Year Into OPEC's Production Cuts, Asia's Oil Markets Have Tightened

A Year Into OPEC's Production Cuts, Asia's Oil Markets Have Tightened

Just over a year into production cuts lead by OPEC and Russia, oil markets in Asia have tightened noticeably as significant amounts of excess crude have been taken off tankers used for storage and delivered to customers across the region.

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WPI Inflation Eases For The Second Straight Month To 2.84 Per Cent In Jan

WPI Inflation Eases For The Second Straight Month To 2.84 Per Cent In Jan

India's annual wholesale price inflationeased in January for the second straight month after touching an eight-month high in November, helped by a softer rise in food and fuel prices, government data showed on Thursday.

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L&T's Construction Arm Wins Orders Worth Rs 1,585 Cr

L&T's Construction Arm Wins Orders Worth Rs 1,585 Cr

Larsen and Toubro (L&T) today said its construction arm has won orders worth Rs 1,585 crore across business segments.

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ABB Installs Fast Charger For Evs At NITI Aayog’s Office In Delhi

ABB Installs Fast Charger For Evs At NITI Aayog’s Office In Delhi

The Indian government’s premier policy think-tank has installed an ABB Terra 53 fast charging station for electric vehicles.

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Surat Gets Stoppage For Palace Queen Express

Surat Gets Stoppage For Palace Queen Express

The passengers and travelers in the diamond city will have an opportunity to travel to Mysuru and Udaipur destinations with the railways providing stoppage to the Mysuru Palace Queen Weekly Humsafar Express at Surat.

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Mumbai-Delhi Rajdhani Express Gets New Modified Coaches

Mumbai-Delhi Rajdhani Express Gets New Modified Coaches

Under the Railway Ministry's "Operation Swarn", Western Railway's premier Rajdhani Express on Tuesday got refurbished coaches.

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When Amritsar-Saharsa Garib Rath Train Went Missing For 2 Hours

When Amritsar-Saharsa Garib Rath Train Went Missing For 2 Hours

In a shocking incident, a Garib Rath train going from Amritsar in Punjab to Saharsa in Bihar reportedly went missing for a few hours only to be discovered later that it had travelled on a wrong route.

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Train Services Towards N Bengal And Beyond Affected

Train Services Towards N Bengal And Beyond Affected

Train services towards north Bengal and beyond were affected for more than three hours today after a goods train hit a stationary sand laden tractor at an unmanned rail-gate near Muraroi station in West Bengal's Birbhum district.

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Plans Come A Cropper: Share Of PPPs In Rail Capital Expenditure On The Decline

Plans Come A Cropper: Share Of PPPs In Rail Capital Expenditure On The Decline

ndian Railways (IR) may be making all the right noises about public-private partnerships (PPPs) in railway projects (expert committees had pitched for broad-basing PPPs, having private train operators paying rentals to IR

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