A power crisis is looming large on India and the country needs to immediately start planning coal-based power plants and transmission corridors to avert it, experts have cautioned. This is in stark contrast to statistics of the country’s
Amid massive power crisis in the state due to unavailability of railway rakes to carry coal, the ‘black gold’ aka coal has grown dearer for the state government.
Tamil Nadu is staring at a major power crisis with Tangedco, the state-owned power utility, facing a severe coal shortage at a time when the wind power generation is coming to an end.
India’s government seems intent on abandoning good ideas for dealing with the country’s banking crisis and encouraging bad ones.
A power crisis is looming large as the thermal power stations in the state are facing acute coal shortage.
Four major power projects – the 1,500 MW Nathpa Jhakri, 412 MW Rampur, 1,000 MW Karcham-Wangtu and 120 MW Bhaba – were shut down for flushing out high content of silt being discharged in the Sutlej and its tributaries since the last night.
A 40 kilowatt solar power plant was recently inaugurated in Assam’s Jorhat city with an aim to utilize the energy resources.