New hydro policy to help meet renewables target

New hydro policy to help meet renewables target

While the government’s decision to re-classify large hydroelectric projects as renewable energy will certainly help the sector, the move will also go a long way in meeting the targets set by it for the sector, according to analysts.

Season tickets facility extended by 10 km

Season tickets facility extended by 10 km

South Central Railway (SCR) has extended the facility of issuing season tickets for a distance up to 160 km between selected pair of stations, up from 150 km, following the latest directive from the Railway Board. The following popular 12 pairs of destinations for issuing season tickets are:

Chennai Metro phase II to have three-coach and six-coach trains

Chennai Metro phase II to have three-coach and six-coach trains

Chennai Metro Rail’s phase II project will have 210 coaches, comprising of a combination of three-coach and six-coach trains, to run the 52 km that will be built initially. Chennai Metro Rail’s phase II project is estimated to cost ₹69,180 crore and will have 126 station

HPCL gets equipment for its modernisation

HPCL gets equipment for its modernisation

The Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) has received crude and vacuum columns, the main equipment for the Crude Distillation Unit (CDU) being set up as part of the Visakh Refinery Modernisation Project (

Non-renewable energy will fuel country soon: AERB chief

Non-renewable energy will fuel country soon: AERB chief

Chairman of the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board Gunturu Nageswara Rao has said that a new electricity policy would be introduced in the country soon. Mr. Rao, who inaugurated Srujanankura, a national-level tech extravaganza and Anveshan

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