Responding to a request regarding implementation of staggered work timings to take the load off peak hours, the Indian Railways has made it clear that staggered timings can work only with participation of public and private companies.
The country’s ambitious target to achieve 175 Giga Watt (GW) of renewable energy capacity by 2022 is on target, a senior government official said on Saturday.
Sanjiv Singh, chairman, Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), during a candid chat with Anurag Shah of Zee Business, talks about the outlook on crude prices, marketing margins of IOC amid volatility, inventory losses and capital expenditure, among others. Edited Excerpts:
Telangana government has been given the green nod for its Rs 13,384.80 crore Sita Rama Lift Irrigation Project that aims to divert Godavari river water to irrigate 2.72 lakh hectare in three districts, a senior central government official said Monday.
The State government will focus on green energy in a big and proposes to increase Gujarat’s capacity for renewable energy to 45,000 MW in the next 10 years.
Matix Fertilizers and Chemicals is banking on GAIL India’s Pradhan Mantri Urja Ganga pipeline for restarting its idle coal-bed methane-fired fertiliser plant in West Bengal and escape insolvency resolution.
A body to promote export of solar power equipments will soon be formed, reports a source from the industry. India has tremendous potential to tap solar energy. Creation of mini grids and captive use of solar power
Mumbai suburban power consumers have ten days to either support or raise an objection to Vidarbha Industries Power Limited’s (VIPL) petition that seeks recovery of Rs 1,255.76 crore and carrying cost of nearly Rs 400 crore from Adani
City residents have started getting the spot bills of the electricity connections from this month. The residents have been getting the bill in the form of a long slip which has all the details including the meter reading,
While the country is being forced to import coal and domestic power plants run on low stocks, Coal India Ltd (CIL) has been able to spend just 30% of its capital expenditure plans for the year till November, report submitted by the company to the coal ministry shows.