India is pushing to cut its dependence on hydrocarbon imports and focus more on harnessing domestic sources of energy
India’s policy direction, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is focused on making energy an instrument for social change, said Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan.
In keeping with India’s solar targets and the vision of Make in India, the country should take up full value chain of solar manufacturing from polysilicon to modules, according to the recommendations of a policy paper released by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).
A 5 MW Solar Power Project at Bharat Dynamics (BDL), which was inaugurated by Union Minister of Defence Rajnath Singh here recently, is expected to generate 79 lakh units of energy annually, Vikaram Solar, who was executive of the project, said here on Tuesday.
The Numaligarh Refinery Ltd (NRL) of Assam today received its first consignment of imported Miri Crude Oil from PETRONAS, Malaysia. 4rgA railway rake comprising of 50 Tank Wagons and carrying around 2,760 Metric Tonnes of Crude Oil reached Numaligarh from Haldia port
Goa Minister for Industries on Friday informed state assembly that Indian Oil Adani Gas Pvt Limited (IOAGPL), a joint venture between IOCL and Adani, is planning to commence gas supplies in initial phase by March 2020, subject to final connectivity from Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL).
Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Limited (UPPCL) and its four subsidiaries power distribution companies (Discoms) will not sign any new Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) with thermal power generating companies till December 2022.
Three units of NTPC-kaniha power plant were shut down due to stir in Talcher coalfield As a result NTPC has drastically curtailed power supply to the neighbouring.
The generation of electricity at National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC)`s 2340 MW Kahalgaon plant in Bhagalpur district has been affected by inadequate supply of coal to the plant owing to rainfall in Eastern.
Birbhum district’s Deocha-Pachami coal block, the largest coal reserve in India, will soon get into activity following the Centre’s nod. With reserves of 2,102 million tonne, Deocha-Pachami which spreads over an area of 12.31 sq km, is one of the largest coal reserves in Asia.