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Reliance Power withdraws from Dadri power project
October 2014
Reliance Power has formally withdrawn from the Dadri power project in Uttar Pradesh after a protracted legal battle over acquisition of land for the plant. The Supreme Court has dismissed as ¨infructuous¨ the companys appeal against a High Court order setting aside the acquisition of land under an emergency clause,
AP inks MoUs for 24x7 power
October 2014
Andhra Pradesh has taken the first step towards becoming self-reliant in the power sector by entering into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Union Power Ministry to implement Power For All (24x7 power supply) in the State from October 2 this year. Other MoUs were also signed for setting up solar power parks across the State.
NTPC allotted 1,200 acres for ultra mega project near Vizag
October 2014
NTPC Ltd has drawn up plans to set up a 4000-MW ultra mega power project in Pudimadaka near Visakhapatnam wherein it has been allotted 1,200 acres by the Andhra Pradesh Government.With both the Union and the State governments keen to provide necessary support, NTPC has decided to initiate the project which entails an outlay of Rs. 20,000 crore.
NTPC eyes overseas coal mines
October 2014
State-run energy major NTPC is eyeing coal assets overseas and has invited proposals form coal miners interested in offloading stake. The move is aimed at ensuring a steady supply of imported coal which the power producer needs for its plants. NTPC generates 43,128 MW of power through its 38 power stations and imports coal to meet its fuel requirement.
214 Coal Block Allocations Cancelled
October 2014
The Supreme Court has cancelled all but four of 218 coal block allocations by the government over the past two decades, in a tough verdict that has major implications for the energy sector.
Lukewarm interest for coal imports from Coal India
October 2014
Several coal consumers who previously expressed interest in receiving imported coal from Coal India have gradually pulled out, according to reports.
Surplus coal transfer to Coal India may lead to quality disputes
October 2014
Surplus coal from captive mines should not be transferred to the nearest CIL units as that may lead to disputes over fuel quality and result in transit losses, DIPP has cautioned.

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