Responding to a question on NTPC operating stressed assets taken over by banks, the minister said: “That’s a suport they provide to anybody in the public or private sector.
The central government’s Unnat Jyoti Affordable LEDs for All (UJALA) scheme has evoked a positive response in this city.
India has agreed to reduce the price of electricity that is exported to Nepal. Electricity from India is imported from different Indian states via cross-border transmission lines. With this agreement, per unit price of electricity being imported from different Indian states via 132 kv, 33 kv and 11 kv cross-border transmission line will be cheaper […]
Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal today said the world is moving towards electric vehiclesand the government is working on a road map to ensure all-electric car fleet in the country.
Tough times beckon for power plants set up in coastal areas and running on imported fuel, with the price of Indonesian coal shooting up on increased Chinese imports.
The Union power ministry’s policy for auction of long-term coal linkages can prove a real game-changer in the Indian electricity sector if state-owned utilities make use of it to harness private sector’s efficiency in generation.
The state of Gujarat has taken the lead in reducing cost of electricity to consumers by taking advantage of the flexibility granted by the Centre in utilisation of domestic coal, a move that would also help fuel-starved private generating stations start operations and repay loans, potentially providing relief to the banking system reeling under bad loans.
New Delhi: Country’s largest power producer National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) is looking to take over the Uttar Pradesh government’s 50% equity in the 1,320 mega watt (MW) Meja power project as it seeks to lower the cost of electricity in the state and bring about greater efficiency.
Any investor, who installs a solar power plant at any place in the state, can sell this power to any private entity within the state at mutually agreed tariff without paying these charges, an official release said here today.
Earlier last month, Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation (UPPCL) had cancelled power purchase agreements (PPAs) with a few firms for delay in commissioning projects as per schedule.