In terms of its Framework Agreement, with ratification by Guinea as the 15th country on 6 November 2017, the International Solar Alliance (ISA) will become a treaty-based international intergovernmental organization on 6 December 2017.
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.
Assam Petrochemicals Limited (APL) is planning invest about INR 1337 crore to set up second unit for producing methanol and Formalin.
The government has decided to postpone second wind power auction for 1 GW capacities which was scheduled for 19 September, 2017 to 4 October, 2017 in view of some issues about transmission connectivity between states.
India’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has issued a new order seeking to improve the quality of components in the solar sector, including batteries to be used for stationary energy storage.
The Indian power sector had reached the absolute dead-end by the 1980s. The total losses of the SEBs without subsidy had crossed Rs. 3000 crore.
Actis Energy Fund-backed Arinsun Clean Energy Private Limited will develop a 250 MW solar park at a cost of $200 million at the Rewa Ultra Mega Solar Park in Madhya Pradesh.
The NITI Aayog has released Three Year Action Agenda which is an integral part of the 15-year Vision Document of India being drafted by the NITI Aayog.
Rail infrastructure for coal transport and other allied utilities is being developed in the States of Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand & Odisha through Joint Venture Companies formed by subsidiaries of Coal India Limited (CIL), in association with State Government & Rail Infrastructure Companies such as RITES and IRCON.
India entered the atomic age, more correctly the nuclear age, on 4th August 1956 when Apsara, India’s first nuclear reactor, went into operation.