State-owned miner Coal India has not only missed its production target by 12% during the first month of the current fiscal, it has also witnessed a 4.8% fall over the previous corresponding period. On the sales front, the company managed a 6.1% growth although it missed targets for the month by some 9%.
April 21 was the first ever working day since the Industrial Revolution that Britain generated power without coal. The West Burton 1 power station, the only coal-fired plant up and running, went offline a day earlier
The government is nudging the world’s largest coal miner CIL to expedite export of coal to neighbouring countries, including Bhutan, as India has surplus coal
The government is setting ambitious targets for this fiscal and the next to ensure that the poll promises of the Narendra Modi-led government are met, besides embracing technology at a faster pace to monitor programmes aimed at creating infrastructure in the country.
India’s production of Coal Bed Methane, a clean energy source extracted from coal seams, grew more than 44 percent last financial year to around 565 (MMSCM)
India will not be able to meet its Paris climate agreement commitments in the coming years if it carries through with plans
Struggling to restore it’s constitutional status, Rashtriya Koyla Khadan Mazdoor Sangh (RKKMS) finally won the battle against Western Coalfields Limited after chairman-cum-managing director RR Mishra took cognizance of the pleas and ensured their participation in all bipartite and tripartite meetings.
The government will put under the hammer coal blocks for private coal-to-gas, liquid and polychemical projects this financial year, a top official said today.
Britain went a full day without using coal to generate electricity for the first time since the Industrial Revolution, the National Grid says.
State-run power generating companies will now have the flexibility to swap their coal supplies and divert them to more efficient power plants.