Drinking water directly harvested from the air is being offered to passengers at platform number 1 of Secunderabad Railway Station. A one-litre bottle is Rs 8, while the same quantity without the bottle is priced at Rs 5.
The government on Thursday said a total of 47.86 gigawatt (GW) of renewable energy capacity has been installed in the past six years.
Government owned navratna company NLC India Ltd plans to commence mining from its Talabira-II & III coal blocks in Odisha’s Sambalpur from the next fiscal year. Annual production capacity from the coal blocks with estimated deposits of 554 million tonnes (mt) is pegged at 20 mt.
The government has given the nod for 12 new reactors with a capacity of 9000 megawatts to expedite nuclear power generation in the country. “The government has accorded administrative approval and financial sanction for 12 new reactors with a capacity of 9000 Mw
Indian Railways will run a special train named Baristha Nagarika Tirtha Yatra for Government of Odisha on December 13 between Balasore and Haridwar, a statement from the East Coast Railway said. The statement said,
The power ministry’s technical planning wing Central Electricity Authority (CEA) has sought district-wise details of AT&C losses and power supply from all the state discoms. The data will be compiled in a report that will be sent to the power ministry for action.
Rising penetration of renewable energy will start to pinch state-owned power distribution companies (discoms) as its share in the energy basket has crossed 12%, power industry leaders said in a recent panel discussion.
A study by India Ratings & Research on the financial health of 29 power distribution companies indicate that even though book losses of discoms have declined on an overall basis in FY18 compared with FY17, the sector has been suffering from severe financial stress.
The company, which was listed on the Thai bourse last year in the biggest corporate offering in a decade, is aiming for revenue growth of 120 percent this year after projects with a combined capacity of 500 MW come online.
The Central Electricity Supply Utility (CESU), the power distribution company of Odisha, has asked domestic consumers to pay their arrears before January 15 or face disconnection of power supply.