India has $53 billion stressed debt or non-performing assets in the power sector mostly comprising thermal or coal power plants. While the sector is reeling under NPAs, renewable energy has emerged as a sustainable alternative to thermal power.
Six Jharkhand districts have been included in the Centre’s city gas distribution project, bids for which would be accepted under the 10th round of the process that was introduced to prospective investors on Tuesday at a Ranchi hotel.
Production and dispatch remained largely unaffected at all the 65 mines of Bharat Coking Coal (BCCL), Eastern Coalfields (ECL), SAIL and Tata Steel on the first day of the two-day nationwide general strike sponsored by central
Private wagon manufacturers are upbeat about demand improving with Coal India Limited (CIL) renewing efforts to procure its own wagons.
Over 3 lakh people residing in non-Tata command areas and served by Jharkhand Bijli Vitran Nigam (JBVNL) can expect relief from frequent power cuts, breakdowns and problem of low voltage by April next yea
Strange as it may seem, Don Quixote was an environmentalist at heart.
India’s plans to triple its nuclear power capacity from the current 6,780MW to 22,480MW by 2031 will face challenges from falling renewable energy tariffs and high funding requirements, nuclear energy executives said on Thursday.
The thermal power plant of the Srei group at Haldia has eventually found a buyer, with West Bengal State Electricity Distribution Company agreeing to purchase 300 MW.
State-owned GAIL India has sought shareholders’ nod to amend the charter of the company to invest in start-ups, build solar power plants and set up battery charging stations for electric vehicles as it looks to diversify its portfolio beyond gas and petrochemicals.
India’s installed nuclear power capacity is expected to rise from the current 6,780MW to 22,480MW by 2031, the department of atomic energy told Parliament on Wednesday.