According to media reports, an ISRO professor said that all of Indias energy need will soon be satiated by the moon. India will have to mine Helium 3 from the moon first though.
India does not expect fallout from the financial meltdown at Toshiba Corp to halt plans to buy six nuclear reactors from the Japanese company’s US nuclear unit Westinghouse, a senior government official told Reuters on Friday.
India’s Iran oil imports rose marginally in January compared to the previous month as Indian refiners received full volumes from the key OPEC producers Saudi Arabia and Iraq,
International Finance Corp, the private sector investment arm of the World Bank, could invest about Rs 100 crore in renewable energy company Clean Max Enviro Energy Solutions, one of the largest solar solutions providers in India.
The government has decided that all future foreign atomic reactors in India will have a capacity to generate 1200 Mw and above, in a bid to augment nuclear power generation. “We already have foreign power plants with a capacity of 1,000 Mw (Kudankulam). The technology too has advanced that we have reactors with such a […]
Pakistan on Thursday claimed that India was building a “secret nuclear city” and had accumulated a stockpile of nuclear weapons “which threatens to undermine the strategic balance of power in the region.”
The second 1,000 MW unit of the Kudankulam nuclear power plant is expected to start commercial operations this fiscal, government said on Wednesday.
Eastern Power Distribution Company of AP Limited (APEPDCL) in association with New and Renewable Energy Development Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited (NREDCAP)
Work on constructing Units III and IV of the Indo-Russian Joint Venture Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project would begin soon, a top official said in Tirunelveli on Thursday. “While the first unit generated 13,197 million units of electricity so far, power generation in the second unit was 1,000 MWe last week,” KNPP Site Director R S Sundar said after unfurling the tricolor there.
The government is considering capping the amount of coal blocks that a company can hold. The clause is part of the draft coal block allocation guidelines issued for public comments by the coal ministry and would apply to mines other than the 204 blocks that were canceled by the Supreme Court in October 2014.