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Guj annuls 4 GW coal plant
May 2017
The state has annulled a 4 GW coal UMPP to be developed by the Gujarat State Electricity Corporation, citing existing surplus generation capacity (30 GW — old and renewable energy) and a desire to transition from fossil fuel–based energy sources to renewable power.
Making TPPs sustainable
October 2016
The Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change (MoEFCC) has notified the revised standards for coal-based Thermal Power Plants (TPPs) in the country in December 2015, with the primary aim of minimising pollution, in line with the country´s intent/commitments made at CoP21 at Paris last year.
India powering ahead with coal auctions
July 2016
The Ministry of State for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy plans to soon seek Cabinet approval for conducting the next round of coal auctions. India has now turned coal surplus and there are no shortages at the power plant for the fossil fuel.
Need to study which components fill technical and investment gap
December 2015
Today the energy needs of the country are majorly met by burning fossil fuel. More than ever, there is a need of capacity building by means that can provide long term clean, green, cheap source of power.
The missing link
September 2014
Turning around the coal sector in India is among the top priorities of the new government. Though the sector suffers from many anomalies, the health of the industry can be encapsulated by a single statistic
Coal linkage to 16k mw power plants not possible: Govt
April 2013
The Union Coal Ministry has conveyed to an Inter-Ministerial panel that it would not be possible to provide fossil fuel to power plants having an aggregate capacity of 16,000 mw due to coal shortages. Sources said that the Coal Ministry is of the view that due to coal shortages it would not provide linkages to those power plants having an aggregate capacity of 16,000 mw, which are at advanced stages of commissioning, a source close to the development said.
Coal linkage to 16k mw power plants not possible: Govt
April 2013
The Union Coal Ministry has conveyed to an Inter-Ministerial panel that it would not be possible to provide fossil fuel to power plants having an aggregate capacity of 16,000 mw due to coal shortages. Sources said that the Coal Ministry is of the view that due to coal shortages it would not provide linkages to those power plants having an aggregate capacity of 16,000 mw, which are at advanced stages of commissioning, a source close to the development said.
Govt takes steps to boost coal output
March 2013
Minister of state for Coal Pratik Prakash Bapu Patil informed Rajya Sabha that endeavour is being made to raise coal output through new projects in PSU coal companies and development of captive blocks allotted to both private and PSUs companies. He said that for increasing the production in underground mines, the following steps have been taken
Govt takes steps to boost coal output
March 2013
Minister of state for Coal Pratik Prakash Bapu Patil informed Rajya Sabha that endeavour is being made to raise coal output through new projects in PSU coal companies and development of captive blocks allotted to both private and PSUs companies. He said that for increasing the production in underground mines, the following steps have been taken
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