Power sector employees across the country are on a two-day strike which may become indefinite without any notice to the government on issues related to Electricity (Amendment) Bill 2018 and center’s privitasation policies.
Public sector power utility employees across the country, including engineers, will start a two-day nationwide strike on January 8 to voice their demands and highlight alleged privatisation attempts.
India’s power sector is undergoing a noteworthy change, and this has redefined the industry outlook. Demand for electricity is seeing a steady growth with a pick-up in the economy, especially manufacturing activity, as well as favorable government policy.
The cases of as many as 34 financially stressed power projects, with a capacity of 40 GW and with bank exposure of over Rs 1.8 lakh crore, are reportedly headed to the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) for resolution under the Bankruptcy Code.
We have seen some improvement in investment sentiment. There has been a pickup in short cycle orders from the public. How has this helped the growth in the sector so far you think
India will aim to receive USD 100 billion in foreign direct investments in the next two years and special industrial clusters are being created for countries like Japan, South Korea, China and Russia where their companies can invest
The power sector powered ahead this year, making plenty of headlines – albeit for both good and bad reasons. From 100 percent electrification that drove up demand and power rates to the various measures to alleviate stress in the
SC’s Winter Vacation Latest Roadblock To Power Sector NPA Resolution: Projects Worth Rs 2 Lakh Crore In Limbo
The Supreme Court (SC) has delayed the hearing of a case brought by a consortium of power companies against the RBI (Reserve Bank of India) circular, to after its vacation, reported Business Standard (BS).
Most of the problems of the power sector emanate from the poor health of the Discoms. Launched in 2015, “UDAY” (Ujwal Discom Assurance Yojana) was to provide much needed relief to these Discoms.
As a member of the High Power Group (HPC) set up by Gujarat government for evaluating the options to ensure sustained operations of stressed imported coal-based power projects in its coastal region