The power utility sector has topped the list of leading government employers in the five years of Telangana’s existence. Of the 1,17,177 vacancies filled in the government sector since 2014, the power utilities had the lion’s share of 29 per cent. So far the Transco
Anticipating a massive rush in Bihar bound trains with passengers for the Diwali and the Chhatha festivals-starting from October 27 and November 1, the Indian Railways has introduced altogether 14 pairs of AC and non-AC festival special express
The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has asked the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to stop construction for alleged commercial activities on a plot in Malviya Nagar as it falls under ‘mandatory’ green zone.
The State-owned Odisha Power Generation Corporation (OPGC) shut down one of the two units of its Stage-I thermal power plant at Banharpalli in Jharsuguda district on Sunday night due to coal crunch.
With an objective to strengthen power transmission and distribution systems, the Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Ltd (APTRANSCO) is mulling upgrading the infrastructure by introducing Substation Automation System (SAS) at the substations.
As coal-fired power generating stations gasp for breath due to short supply of the solid fuel and Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL) face unfavourable socio-political situation, the State Government has miserably failed to resolve the crisis.
All eyes are on the two-day national conference on power and renewable energy, to begin in New Delhi on Friday, as energy ministers from all States and Union Territories would participate in the programme in which the Union Power Ministry will discuss the ramifications of reneging on renewable PPAs among other things.
TANGEDCO has floated tenders for smart meters in Chennai’s Thyagaraya Nagar at a cost of Rs 120 crores, sources told Express. “Consumers can choose between prepaid and postpaid connections just like mobile connections.
It may still be a long road ahead for the privatisation of public sector oil refiner Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL). The possibility of a legal challenge over any plan to sell the government stake in the oil PSU has pushed executives and government officials to seek fresh legal opinion on the proposed disinvestment move.
As the government is considering to fully privatise State-owned fuel retailer Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL), officials in the finance ministry claim that the government had already repealed the legislation by which the firm was nationalised and therefore