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October 15, 2018, Monday

Your Morning Newsletter In Energy And Infrastructure From Across The Media Space  

MNRE Approves 5,000mw Dholera Solar Park

MNRE Approves 5,000 MW Dholera Solar Park

The ambitious 5,000 megawatt solar park to be set up in the Dholera Special Investment Region (DSIR), has received approval from the ministry of new and renewable energy.

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Renewable Energy Dispute: WTO Sets Up Panel To Resolve India-us Row

Renewable Energy Dispute: WTO Sets Up Panel To Resolve India-us Row

The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has set up a panel to resolve the dispute raised by India against the US with regard to the policies of eight American states in the renewable energy sector.

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USIBC Bemoans Low Renewables Tariffs In India

USIBC Bemoans Low Renewables Tariffs In India

S-based investors want slackening of the regulatory regime in India’s power sector and see lowering of tariffs in the renewable energy segment as a threat.

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In A State Of Energy Poverty: On The Goal Of 100% Electrification

In A State Of Energy Poverty: On The Goal Of 100% Electrification

There is now 100% village electrification in India, an important milestone in the country’s development trajectory.

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Odisha Eyes Long-term Power Trade With Bangladesh, Aims To Supply 250 Mw

Odisha Eyes Long-term Power Trade With Bangladesh, Aims To Supply 250 Mw

In what could be its first trading of power with a foreign nation, Odisha, via its bulk purchaser cum trading entity Gridco, is aiming at long-term supply of power to Bangladesh from 2020 onwards.

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Solar Industries Q4 net up 20% at Rs 65.88 crore

Solar Industries Q4 net up 20% at Rs 65.88 crore

Solar Industries today reported a 20 per cent increase in consolidated net profit at Rs 65.88 crore for the quarter ended March.

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Industrial Production Slows To A Five Month Low Of 4.4% In March

Industrial Production Slows To A Five Month Low Of 4.4% In March

Industrial output grew by 4.4 per cent in March, the slowest in five months, due to a fall in capital goods production and deceleration in mining activity, according to the official data.

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Rays Power Infra Completes Three Solar PV Projects In Karnataka

Rays Power Infra Completes Three Solar PV Projects In Karnataka

Rays Power Infra, an integrated solar power company, announced the commissioning of three large EPC solar PV projects in Karnataka, under the state's open access scheme.

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WTO Sets Up Panel To Resolve India-US Renewables Case; Hearing Soon

WTO Sets Up Panel To Resolve India-US Renewables Case; Hearing Soon

The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has set up a panel to resolve the dispute raised by India against the US with regard to the policies of eight American states in the renewable energy sector.

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EU Transfers International Solar Alliance Logo To ISA Secretariat

EU Transfers International Solar Alliance Logo To ISA Secretariat

The European Union today transferred the rights of the logo for the International Solar Alliance, a coalition of solar resource-rich countries, to the ISA Secretariat located in Gurgaon.

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Kanodia-NuPower Links: I-T Searches On For Second Day

Kanodia-NuPower Links: I-T Searches On For Second Day

The Income-Tax Department conducted searches on Matix group Vice-Chairman Nishant Kanodia and others for the second consecutive day on Friday in connection with investments by his Mauritius-based Firstland Holdings into Deepak Kochhars NuPower Renewables through cumulative convertible preference shares (CCPS).

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Govt will not allow any new hydro power project on Ganga: Gadkari

Govt will not allow any new hydro power project on Ganga: Gadkari

The Centre has decided not to approve any new hydro-power project on the Ganga. The move will help the government in its river cleaning efforts as dams which are part of such projects obstruct the ecological flow (e-flow) hampering the river’s self-cleansing ability.

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Investment Group KKCG Says Has Submitted Bid For Czech Innogy Assets

Investment Group KKCG Says Has Submitted Bid For Czech Innogy Assets

Czech investment group KKCG said on Friday it had submitted a bid to buy all Czech assets of German energy firm Innogy.

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New Beginning: First Ship For India’s Strategic Oil Reserve To Set Sail Today

New Beginning: First Ship For India’s Strategic Oil Reserve To Set Sail Today

India is set to receive its first ever crude oil consignment for storing in the newly built strategic oil reserve at Mangaluru as India’s petroleum minister Dharmendra Pradhan and Abu Dhabi National Oil Company’s (Adnoc) chief executive officer Sultan Al Jaber will flag off the first vessel from the Persian Gulf country on Saturday.

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State Firms Take The Hit As Oil Up Rs 2 Per Litre

State Firms Take The Hit As Oil Up Rs 2 Per Litre

The cost of petrol and diesel for state oil companies has gone up by about Rs 2 per litre in the past two weeks as global prices have surged and the rupee is weaker, but retail rates were frozen ahead of the Karnataka polls.

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Petrol, Diesel Prices: You Gain, But This Is How Much Fuel Price Freeze Is Costing OMCs

Petrol, Diesel Prices: You Gain, But This Is How Much Fuel Price Freeze Is Costing OMCs

State-owned oil marketing companies (OMCs) have taken a combined hit of over Rs 500 crore during April as price revisions for petrol and diesel have been put on hold ahead of elections, analysts estimate.

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Iran Says U.S. Exit From Deal Will Not Impact Its Oil

Iran Says U.S. Exit From Deal Will Not Impact Its Oil

Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh said on Thursday that U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to quit a multinational nuclear deal would not affect Tehran's oil exports.

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Oil price rise gives EVs a big boost

Oil price rise gives EVs a big boost

The spike in oil prices following US move to impose sanctions on Iran has given new momentum to India’s ambitious e-vehicles programme that aims to reduce oil imports, cut emissions and boost energy security.

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'Winds Of Change': NatGeo Chronicles 'Ujjwala' Women

'Winds Of Change': NatGeo Chronicles 'Ujjwala' Women

National Geographic has chronicled stories of the ill-effects of firewood smoke on women and how the government's Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana of free LPG connections has changed their lives and safeguarded them from the health hazards.

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From Next Year, You Can Catch A Train From An 'airport'

From Next Year, You Can Catch A Train From An 'airport'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's promise to transform Indian Railways may get fulfilled next year when India will get several airport-like railways stations.

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Rlys Plans Major Overhaul Of Catering: Airline-like Food, Modern Kitchens, Ai Module To Flag Anomalies

Rlys Plans Major Overhaul Of Catering: Airline-like Food, Modern Kitchens, Ai Module To Flag Anomalies

May 11 Soon airline-like food would be on the plates of train passengers as the Railways has decided to initiate major reforms in its catering services under which it would "rationalise the menu" and use Artificial Intelligence (AI) and CCTV cameras to flag irregularities in preparation.

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Modi Inaugurates Janakpur-ayodhya Bus Link, Pledges Rs 100 Crore Aid

Modi Inaugurates Janakpur-ayodhya Bus Link, Pledges Rs 100 Crore Aid

In a bid to mend ties with its Himalayan neighbour, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Nepal on Friday on a two-day visit and launched the Janakpur-Ayodhya bus service besides pledging Rs 100 crore aid to develop Janakpur city.

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Rs 10 Crore To Bridge Delhi And East India Line

Rs 10 Crore To Bridge Delhi And East India Line

With no hope in sight for early completion of the new rail bridge over Yamuna, railway authorities in Delhi have begun renovation of the 150-year-old "Loha Pul" (Iron Bridge) on the river.

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Indian Railways to modernise 68 stations: All you need to know about the Rs 5,000 crore plan

Indian Railways to modernise 68 stations: All you need to know about the Rs 5,000 crore plan

The Indian Railways (IR) is on a mission to match the quality of quality of its stations and bring it at par with modernised airports. While it has already started work in some stations, it has come to light that the authorities have earmarked Rs 5,000 crore for the modernisation of at least 68 stations.

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Railways on alert as Gurjars threaten agitation from May 15

Railways on alert as Gurjars threaten agitation from May 15

Indian Railways has been put on alert in view of yet another annual Gurjar agitation set to begin from May 15. It has taken pre-emptive steps in view of Gurjar supremo Kirori Singh Bainsla’s announcement for a mahapanchyat on May 15 which is likely to be held near a track in Bharatpur district.

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By 2020, Capitals of all Northeastern States to have Rail Connectivity

By 2020, Capitals of all Northeastern States to have Rail Connectivity

Indian Railway is likely to spend almost Rs 90,000 crore to improve connectivity in the northeast by 2020, including a 795-km railway line in Arunachal Pradesh that will provide accessibility right up to the China border, and connections between the capitals of all northeastern states.

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NFR submits studies to extend rail connectivity to Bhutan

NFR submits studies to extend rail connectivity to Bhutan

The Northeast Frontier Railway has submitted feasibility studies to the Ministry of External Affairs to extend rail connectivity to Bhutan, officials said today.

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