The Jharkhand Renewable Energy Development Authority (JREDA) on Friday said it has prepared a framework for the state rooftop solar power policy 2018 with an objective to produce 500-megawatt (MW) power through grid-connected rooftop solar plants by 2022
Yamuna Expressway will be connected with Eastern Peripheral Expressway (KGP-Kundli-Ghaziabad-Palwal) via an interchange which will be built near Jaganpura –Afzalpur village at Yamuna Expressway in Gautam Budh Nagar district.
Essar Oil & Gas Exploration and Production Ltd (EOGEPL) today said it has signed a Gas Sale and Purchase Agreement (GSPA) with state-owned gas utility GAIL India for sale of entire coal-seam gas (CBM) it plans to produce from Raniganj block.
India’s fuel demand rose 7.4 per cent in July compared with the same month last year.
Industrial output recorded a growth of 7 per cent in June on account of higher output in mining, manufacturing and power generation segments.
The import of coal by the country’s power sector in the April-June quarter was 14 per cent less than the amount imported in the same period last fiscal, Parliament was informed today.
State government filed an affidavit before the Jharkhand high court praying that the first and second phases of National Highway-33, which connects Ranchi and Jamshedpur and forms part of the Ranchi Ring Road,
A not so happy news for the frequent train travellers; the IRCTC (Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation) has decided to stop free travel insurance starting September 1 this year. Now, travellers will have to choose from two options, either to opt-in or opt-out of travel insurance during the time of ticket booking from the website.
Consumers and energy experts on Thursday opposed the power tariff hike proposed by the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd to mop up Rs 17,500 crore and said the utility must change the business model to improve the quality of service.
The electricity department has withdrawn the powers of subdivision offices to correct long term power bills. The move came after some subdivision offices were found issuing erroneous bills carelessly and then rectifying bills, including those issued over a year back, thereby disturbing the department’s accounts.