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NTPC's Farakka plant gets green panel nod for coal supply
October 2016
An Environment Ministry panel has given permission to state-run NTPC for transporting imported coal to its Farakka Thermal Power Plant in West Bengal via national waterways for another 6 months till January 2017. In July 2014, NTPC was given temporary permission to transport imported coal, up to 1.5 million tonnes per annum (MTPA), for one year.
Karnataka electrified with surplus power
October 2016
Reeling under severe shortage of power until a few months ago, Karnataka is all of a sudden left with the bounty of surplus power. The surplus generation has left the energy department in a dilemma of whether to make arrangements for purchase of power to cope with the summer crisis or manage with its own.
NTPC´s Farakka plant gets green panel nod for coal supply
October 2016
An Environment Ministry panel has given permission to state-run NTPC for transporting imported coal to its Farakka Thermal Power Plant in West Bengal via national waterways for another 6 months till January 2017.
HRF seeks transparency in environmental clearance to thermal projects
October 2016
Human Rights Forum (HRF), a voluntary forum of rights activists, has made certain demands on the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) with regard to the process for issue of environmental clearances to thermal power projects.
Stranded in Debt
October 2016
India has come a long way in addressing unmet power demand. Deficit has fallen from 8.7 per cent in 2012-13 to 2.1 per cent in 2015-16. In the last three years, the power sector saw capacity addition of 80 GW, of which 57 GW were coal-fired Thermal Power Plants (TPPs).
Impact of costs should get pass through in tariffs
October 2016
Preliminary estimates indicate capital expenditure requirement in the range of Rs.1.25 Cr/MW to Rs.1.5 Cr/MW, i.e about 20-25 per cent of the capital cost of a coal based power plant. Considering the above estimates, the total outlay involved could be about Rs.2.5 lakh crores.
Upgrades of extant capacities to cost Rs.2.4 lakh crore
October 2016
New thermal plants deploying super-critical technology contribute significantly to reduction in CO2 emissions. The focus for coal-based power sector should be efficient management, especially in the areas of Plant Load Factor (PLF), efficiency improvement, pollution control, water consumption and ash utilisation
PMI can cater to the indigenisation of fabricated and machined components
October 2016
Power Mech Industries is so oriented that it is able to provide and facilitate service to thermal and hydro power plants. The facility also extends to renewables, which are likely to be the future of the nation.
NTPC calls for utilisation of Badarpur plant surplus coal
September 2016
NTPC has requested the government to allow surplus coal at its Badarpur thermal power plant in Delhi to be utilised for a power unit in Madhya Pradesh.
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