On Wednesday, 19 September, GE Transportation made an announcement that their locomotives have been approved for operational purposes by the Indian Railways.
The Indian Railways on Thursday (20 September) test ran an engine along with a coach on the Bogibeel bridge which is India’s longest roal-rail bridge, NE Now has reported. The trial run was carried on one of the tracks from north to the south bank. Earlier the railways had also run a trolley across the bridge.
Odisha: Jharsuguda-Sardega Railway Line To Be Doubled, Will Increase Coal Handling From 13 To 40 Million Tonnes
In a bid to scale up coal handling, Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd, a Coal India subsidiary (MCL) has decided to double the 53.1 km Jharsuguda-Sardega rail link, which will shoot-up coal production, “MCL has already invested Rs 11.25 billion on the railway line.
Jaipur has found its place among the world’s top 10 smart renewable cities (SRCs). Jaipur stood third while silicon city Bengaluru came sixth. Consultancy firm Deloitte released a report named ‘Global Renewable Energy Trends’.
The modernisation and renovation of Unit 2 of Kakrapar Atomic Power Station (KAPS) was completed a whopping three-and-a-half months ahead of schedule. The unit attained criticality, which is the initiation of controlled self-sustaining
Working on a war footing, the Indian Railways has managed to remove or supervise all unmanned crossings on major routes across the country in the last five months, Indian Express has reported.
India’s wagon industry has been seeing a massive increase in orders from the Indian Railways and this welcome development comes after a five-year-lull.
Modi Government Plans New Mechanism To Revive Stressed Power Assets, To Generate At Least Rs 15,000 Crore
In a bid to relieve power sector stress, the central government plans to auction power supply contracts with attached coal suppliers, permitting coal usage for short-term power contracts and tweaking the payment mechanism to help power projects
With Surging Oil Prices Weighing Down The Exchequer, India Plans To Have 15 Per Cent EVs On Road By 2023
India has scaled up its ambition to roll out electric vehicles (EVs) in the country with Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari aiming for a 15 per cent share in total traffic by 2023.
Indian Railways’ first engine-less train, Train 18, for inter-city travel, will not only mark a big technological boost for the national transporter but also have a better pantry for food offered on-board, reports Financial Express.