State-run hydro power producer NHPC today said its Teesta Low Dam Project-III (TLDP-III) of 132 MW in West Bengal will remain shut for eight days till January 23 for restoration work of GIS.
India is aspiring to produce approximately One lakh Megawatt of solar energy by 2022. Minister of State for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy Piyush Goyal
The country’s largest power producer NTPC Ltd will pay Rs700 crore to Rajasthan government for its stake in the 1,000 mega watt (MW) Chhabra power plant
Giving digital payments a push, the Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam has decided to accept payments of electricity
The Indian Army’s College of Military Engineering (CME) would install a solar power plant on its Dapodi campus to reduce its electricity bill — around Rs9 crore annually.
Centre has given its nod to the construction of two big power generating projects that had been hanging fire for last 57 years.
Mitsubishi Corporation reached a basic agreement with AES Corporation and Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL), which distributes electricity in Northern and Northwestern Delhi,
Hartek Power has completed solar power projects of 270 megawatts spread across Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka in the first three quarters of this fiscal,
The country’s first solar ferry boat ‘Aaditya’ was launched in the 2.5-km Vaikom-Tavanakkadavu sector on Thursday even as the state government sought Central financial assistance to roll out 10 more such passenger boats as part of its aim to replace the existing fleet of diesel boats with solar-powered ones.
Global coal industry body World Coal Association (WCA) today said it welcomes the news that ratings agency Moody’s has upgraded the outlook for India’s power sector to stable from negative in view of surge in domestic coal production.