Hopes high on LNG pipeline project
The LNG pipeline project envisaged supply of natural gas to NTPC project at Kayamkulam, enabling power generation at cheaper cost, has been languishing in limbo.
OPGC to seek coal linkage extension 1
Odisha Power Generation Corporation (OPGC), a 51:49 (JV) between the Odisha Government and US-based energy major AES will seek extension of bridge linkage of coal till 2020-21 to feed its two 660 MW upcoming super critical units under its ongoing expansion at Ib valley plant near Jharsuguda
Power generation shut on Narmada dam
Narmada dam authority has shut six 250- MW hydro-power generating turbines for over six months now, causing a sharp drop in power generation as against an all-time high record achieved in 2013-14.
Telangana to add 3,000 MW
Telangana is set to become one of the hot spots for solar energy development in the country, with having installed over 520 MW in the past 12 months and having developed over 3,800 MW through major tenders.
AP to top country
Andhra Pradesh will house solar parks with a total capacity of 4,000 MW, the highest in the country, with Rs.225.5 crore already being sanctioned.
S And W acquires 51per cent stake in STC Group, Italy
Sterling and Wilson (S And W), part of Shapoorji Pallonji Group, has acquired 51 per cent stake in STC Group, an Italian gas based power generation business, to expand its gas based power plant portfolio in key markets.
Reactor fuel loading begins at Kudankulam Unit 2
The work of loading reactor fuel into the second unit of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KNPP) has begun. Once the fuel loading work is done, the 1000-MW second unit would begin power generation after obtaining requisite permission from the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board.
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