To meet the demand in peak summers, the UT electricity department is in talks with different power exchanges and states to purchase additional power.
Starting the process to set up another joint venture company between the national hydroelectric power corporation (NHPC) and the Jammu and Kashmir power development corporation (PDC) for execution of Rattle hydroelectric
The UT electricity department has already started its preparations to meet demand and supply gap in peak summers. The department has decided to purchase additional power from Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) and from short-term sources like power exchange.
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has launched a plan for the implementation of 23 GW of ultra mega solar projects in the Leh and Ladakh regions of Jammu & Kashmir.
IL&FS Transportation Networks (ITNL), the road development arm of infrastructure development and finance major IL&FS, is in talks with I Squared Capital-backed Cube Highways to sell a majority stake in the recently completed Chenani-Nashri tunnel way (CNT) in Jammu & Kashmir (J&K), sources close to the development told FE.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is scheduled to visit Jammu and Kashmir tomorrow will inaugurate ring road projects in Jammu and Srinagar and also attend the commencement of work on Zojila Tunnel on the Srinagar-Leh Highway.
Jammu and Kashmir suffers losses of around Rs 4,800 crore in a year in the power sector, state Finance Minister Altaf Bukhari said.
Team EnergyInfraPost Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has successfully commissioned the first 110 MW generating unit of the prestigious 330 MW Kishanganga Hydro-Electric Project (HEP) in Jammu & Kashmir (J&K), being developed by NHPC Ltd. Located on the river Kishanganga, a tributary of the river Jhelum, in Bandipora district of J&K, the three units of […]
While Jammu and Kashmir is suffering for the want of power, the state has no Electricity Policy that could have helped it in improving the power sector.
Four major rivers, including Jehlum and Chenab, in Jammu and Kashmir have been declared “national waterways” by the Union government, paving the way for inland navigation on them to boost water transport and tourism, the state government has said.