Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi will formally dedicate the 60 MW Tuirial Hydro Electric Power Project (HEPP) to the Nation.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will formally dedicate the 60 MW Tuirial Hydro Electric Power Project (HEPP) to the nation on Saturday.
The state government-sponsored bids for tenders of solar power projects in Odisha is likely to see stiff competition, as top-notch private developers and leading public sector undertakings (PSUs) compete in the bidding process.
Over two decades after it was conceptualised, the first unit of a 60 MW power plant in Mizorambegan generating electricity this week — making it the third power-surplus state in northeastern India after Sikkim and Tripura.
The government is planning to sell up to 25% stake in two PSUs — MSTC and NEEPCO through initial public offerings (IPOs).
Manarchak power plant in Sonamura subdivision of Tripura would be formally inaugurated by Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal. Goyal is scheduled to arrive here on May 29.
The Ranganadi Hydroelectric Project MoU Demand Committee (RMDC) has alleged the North Eastern Electric Power Corporation (NEEPCO) of unjustly denying the land donors of 405 MW Ranganadi Hydroelectric Project of their legitimate rights.
Two decades after it got Union cabinet approval, a 60 MW project in Mizoram will see the light of day in June making the hilly state the third power-surplus state in northeast India after Sikkim and Tripura.
The northeastern region, with its huge energy potential — 50,000 MW, by some estimates — could soon become the “power house of India”.