India's route to 'Clean Coal'
India is planning major investments in its power generation and distribution infrastructure as nearly 400 million Indians lack reliable energy supply. Most of this investment will be made in the renewable energy sector.
Problem of Plenty
India has become a power surplus nation, albeit with certain caveats. In its wake, it has changed the whole paradigm of generation sources, with solar and wind hogging the spotlight and coal being relegated a bit.
Boost for solar power generation at NTPC
100 kWp solar plant commissioned at Kayamkulam unit
Solar power generation at the Kayamkulam unit of NTPC Ltd. has added a new dimension to the power scenario in Kerala, as a floating solar plant producing 100 kWp of power, claimed to be the largest of its kind in the country, was commissioned there recently.
L and T, BHEL and Doosan race for Rs.14,000 cr NTPC order
Larsen & Toubro, Bharat Heavy Electricals and Korea's Doosan are in race for a Rs.14,000 crore order from NTPC Ltd's arm to supply equipment and set up its 3x800 MW coal-based plant as part of the company's expansion project at Patratu in Jharkhand's Ramgarh district.
NTPC´s proposed EUR notes get ´BBB-(EXP)´ rating
Fitch Ratings has assigned an expected rating of ´BBB-(EXP)´ to NTPC Ltd´s (BBB-/Stable) proposed senior unsecured EUR notes, which are to be issued out of its USD four billion medium-term note programme.
The key to achieving India’s energy goals
The Paris Climate Change Agreement came into force this year, marking a defining moment in international history. India emerged at the forefront of this development where it pledged to seek sustainable and smart solutions for the future.
SC upholds NTPC's decision to reject Montecarlo coal mine bid
The Supreme Court has upheld a Delhi High Court verdict validating state-run NTPC Ltd's decision to reject techno-commercial bid of private firm Montecarlo for development and operation of Dulanga coal mining project. "Technical evaluation or comparison by the court would be impermissible.
Reviving Gas Based Plants
Much water has flowed under the bridge since the first natural gas find in the west coast of India in eighties and subsequently laying of Hajira-Vijaypur-Jagdishpur (HVJ) gas pipeline.
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