The Haryana State Pollution Control Board(HSPCB) will issue directions to industries on Thursday to stop using furnace oil and petroleum coke as fuel, after the Supreme Court issued directions to control pollution on Tuesday.
India and the US will soon intensify the work on development of shale gas in coastal India with more US companies likely to join the exploration process, sources in the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas told Express.
Rajasthan has taken several steps to save energy and water which are now delivering results, a top official said on Wednesday.
Tourists visiting the state of Rajasthan will now have yet another train to witness the flora and fauna of the state. A dedicated train for viewing the Sambhar Lake is being planned in the state.
State-run generator NLC India Ltd is offering to reduce tariffs from two of its power plants after its main buyer asked the company to lower prices or shelve the projects
Frantic calls are being made from Vidut Bhawan in Jaipur to the Union coal secretary in Delhi as the thermal power units in the state are being shut down one after another due to the ‘critical stock position’ of coal.
ReGen Powertech Pvt., one of India’s top five wind turbine makers, last month shuttered a factory at Udaipur in Rajasthan and laid off workers, signalling challenges roiling the nation’s wind turbine manufacturers as they adjust to an auction system that’s throwing into doubt how much wind energy gets built.
The Competition Commissiontoday ordered a fresh investigation against state-owned GAIL (India) for alleged abuse of dominant position with regard to supply of natural gas.
Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Corporation (DMIDC) today said its 1 MW smart micro grid solar power plant in Rajasthan has started commercial operations.
Setting a new trend in the Solar Energy sector again, Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has tendered a750 MW of solar park in the state of Rajasthan, at a low benchmark price of Rs.3.93/kWh compared to the previous benchmark price of Rs.4.43/kWh.