A new conveyor system to transport lignite from Mine-1A to the thermal power station by NLC India Ltd was formally launched Saturday by its chairman and managing director Rakesh Kumar.
Modi Government Plans New Mechanism To Revive Stressed Power Assets, To Generate At Least Rs 15,000 Crore
In a bid to relieve power sector stress, the central government plans to auction power supply contracts with attached coal suppliers, permitting coal usage for short-term power contracts and tweaking the payment mechanism to help power projects
Energy Minister Susanta Singh blamed the Centre for making consumers of the State pay more for power generated by NTPC. A day after Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan accused the State Government
Solar power recorded the highest capacity growth at 1,371 Mw during April-July, a period when 244 Mw of thermal capacities retired. Under the guidelines laid out by the Central Electricity Authority (CEA),
A high level panel for power sector is meeting today for the second time to discuss the framework and the contours of the resolution plan to address stressed thermal power assets.
Members of the United Cycle and Parts Manufacturers Association (UCPMA) wanted the Punjab government to take immediate steps to reduce power tariffs as charged by Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) from industrial consumers.
Four states — Telangana, Bihar, Tamil Nadu and Haryana — have evinced interest to buy power under a government scheme to promote purchases from plants without power purchase agreements (PPAs), sources said.
The government plans to auction power supply contracts with attached coal supplies, ease norms to allow coal usage for short-term power contracts and put in place a payment mechanism to help power projects recover dues in time from state electricity distribution companie
Hindustan Powerprojects is looking to acquire stressed thermal power plants, besides bidding for renewable energy projects in India. The private power producer, which had earlier put in a bid for Avantha Power’s 600 Mw Jhabua power plant
A day after Union minister Dharmendra Pradhan accused Odisha of delaying NTPC’s proposed power plant in Talcher, the state government has hit back with a counter charge — that the central government is pushing the state, and its consumers, to pay high cost for power.