An inter-ministerial panel has finalised the roadmap for the second phase of FAME India scheme with an outlay of around Rs 5,500 crore spanning over five years and subsidy support for all types of electric vehicles, official sources said.
From August 24, passengers of Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) and cluster buses will be able to use their metro smart cards to pay for their bus rides in Delhi, transport minister Kailash Gahlot said on Monday.
The finance ministry is said to be mulling bringing Aviation Turbine Fuel under Goods and Services Tax (GST) ambit. Following the financial crisis at Jet Airways and Air India, the aviation ministry had approached the finance ministry to bring the jet fuel under the GST,
The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has issued a request for selection (RfS) for the setting up of 250 MW (50 MWx5) of grid connected solar PV power projects in Dondaicha Solar Park (Phase – I), located in Dondaicha of Dhule district
The Saubhagya scheme to electrify every home has become the Achilles Heel of the Narendra Modi government in the two-and-a-half month long Extended Gram Swaraj Abhiyan (EGSA) that concluded on Independence Day.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious solar project for farmers called Kisan Urja Suraksha Evam Utthaan Mahabhiyan (KUSUM) has been red flagged by the Finance Ministry, Business Standard reported.
Ensuring the basic necessities like connectivity, insurance, PM Modi talked of development for all. PM said ” Housing for All, Power for All, Clean Cooking for All, Connectivity for All, Sanitation for All, Skill for All,
India’s first Green Bus project launched in the city 20 months ago has come to a halt. Despite request from city MP and union minister Nitin Gadkari, Swedish bus maker Scania stopped operating 25 ethanol-run buses from Monday morning sticking to its termination notice issued to Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC).
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
Four years from deadline, India met only 6% of solar rooftop installation target; domestic users unimpressed by subsidy
With less than four years left to meet its target of installing 40,000 megawatt (MW) of rooftop solar power capacity by 2022, India has installed just about 2,538 MW as of March 2018, a full 94 percent short of the target.