Following a recent Supreme Court verdict, Tata Power has written to Punjab, Haryana and other states seeking an amendment to the power purchase agreement(PPA) based on the recommendations of the high power committee constituted by the government of Gujrat.
The Union ministry of power has advised all states in India to follow Andhra Pradesh model in implementing energy efficiency activities. The ministry, in a letter to the states, advised them to establish standalone state-designated agencies
In a few years, commuters arriving at the Kilambakkam bus terminus could board a metro train to reach the city without much hassle, as Chennai Metro Rail Limited has started preliminary work to extend its network by initiating a feasibility study.
Rail Vikas Nigam Limited (RVNL), the executing agency of majority of the Metro projects in the city, on Sunday invited bids for Metro tracks for four major alignments in the city.
With nearly 3,000 new compressed natural gas-run vehicles added on city roads every month, authorities at Maharashtra Natural Gas Limited are concerned about meeting the growing demand. The state-owned gas company currently has 55 CNG stations in Pune.
Power Finance Company (PFC) will not be required to make an open offer to minority shareholders of REC after buying out the government’s 52.63 per cent stake in the company as it is a related party transaction, an official said.
The failure of Western Coalfields Limited (WCL) and other coal companies to supply contracted quantity of coal to Mahagenco is going to cost state’s power consumers dearly. Mahagenco is importing one-third of its coal requirement which will increase its generation cost.
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), the funding agency for Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed rail (MAHSR), has expressed its willingness to review social and environmental impact
The East Central Railway (ECR) is taking different steps to maintain punctuality and streamline operations of mail and express trains during foggy weather conditions.
A heritage walk through the buildings associated with Indian Railways took a group of guests and delegates from five countries on a trip down the history of the world’s fourth largest rail network on Saturday morning.