In a bid to promote generation of electricity through solar power, the Chandigarh Administration is mulling offering an additional subsidy of atleast 10 per cent to marla houses to install rooftop solar power plants.
The power employees of the public sector power distribution companies have demanded performance audit of the privatised power assets in India and their adverse impact on the financial health of commercial banks.
The dream to get piped cooking gas in households has been finally realized in Jharkhand on Friday with Chief Minister Raghubar Das, Union Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Dharmendra Pradhan and Union Minister for Tribal Affairs
The dream to get piped gas in every kitchen will be realised soon as people of the State Capital and four other towns of the State will soon get benefit of cheaper gas through Pipeline Natural Gas (PNG) under Urja Ganga Gas Pipeline Project launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in October, 2016.
Amid a push for electric vehicles, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan Friday said India will continue to rely on petrol and diesel for running automobiles and will need to expand its oil refining capacity by 80 per cent to meet the demand for the fuel in near future.
Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) got a nod for laying underground pipeline for supply of gas to domestic, industrial or commercial premises and CNG stations within the limits of Chas Municipal Corporation (CMC) area.
Punjab Jail Department, with the active assistance of the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), will open retail outlets of the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) across the Central Prison Premises in the State.
Chhattisgarh Power Companies’ chairman Shailendra Kumar Shukla claimed that till April 2019 around 26.50 lakh consumers of the state got benefits of the government’s move to slash power tariff by half. It has also provided further relief to the consumers living below poverty line and other domestic users. Shukla said that in the state more than […]
The Government of India under Land Acquisition Act 20-E and Railway Act 1989 section 20-F will hold a hearing on claims and objections of the affected persons. As per details, the Dongargarh-Katghora railway track will cover a distance of 295 km and the project requires 1794 hectares of land.
As part of its major expansion plans, Gail Gas Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Gail (India) limited will set up 41 CNG stations and will supply gas to 2,20,000 households with Piped Natural Gas (PNG) over a period of eight years.