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Generation Company with Highest Installed Capacity in Private Sector - Reliance Power
December 2017
A part of the Reliance Group, Reliance Power was established in 2007 to develop, construct and operate power projects both in India as well as internationally.
MP Govt. apprised of investor interest in Rewa solar project
December 2016
Manu Srivastava, Principal Secretary, New and Renewable Energy Department was apprised on the progress of the 750 MW Rewa ultra mega power project in Madhya Pradesh.
Odisha CM pushes for coal link to thermal plants
May 2016
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik sought the intervention of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in several issues, mostly relating to fuel linkage to thermal power projects and early implementation of proposed ultra mega power project in Odisha.
Tilaiya Ultra Mega Power Project in limbo
May 2016
The future of Tilaiya Ultra Mega Power Project (UMPP) hangs in limbo as some power procurers have refused to pay the fee for termination of power purchase agreement (PPA) signed with Reliance Power for electricity from the plant.
The Energy Mix
August 2015
Rather a debatable topic, considering India´s move towards green energy and climate change promise, the country´s energy mix will always be led by coal-based thermal power projects, of course, with the help of other supporting energy resources.
PFC selects developers for Odisha
August 2014
Power Finance Corporation is under the process of selecting a developer through international bids for three coal blocks that have been allotted to it for the 4,000 MW Ultra Mega Power Project in Odisha.
Power 20:20 - Profiles | Power Finance Corporation
August 2014
Mukesh Kumar Goel is a veteran power sector professional with about 33 years of experience. Before joining PFC in November 1988, he worked for NHPC.
Eight firms vie for Rs 24,200 cr Cheyyur power project
November 2013
The Power Finance Corporation (PFC) has stated that eight companies have evinced interest in developing Rs 24,200-crore Cheyyur ultra mega power project (UMPP) in Tamil Nadu. The UMPP is India’s first coastal power plant, to be bid out with an attached captive port.
Eight firms vie for Rs 24,200 cr Cheyyur power project
November 2013
The Power Finance Corporation (PFC) has stated that eight companies have evinced interest in developing Rs 24,200-crore Cheyyur ultra mega power project (UMPP) in Tamil Nadu. The UMPP is India’s first coastal power plant, to be bid out with an attached captive port.
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