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Adhunik Power owners plan equity infusion to retain control
November 2016
Power sector JV, Adhunik Power and Natural Resources, is looking at equity investment proposal to outbid OPG Power Ventures that is vying to acquire the financially ailing firm.
A static mission
August 2015
Private firms in the sector are keen on becoming integrated players by investing in the transmission sector, where the rate of return is on a par with the generation sector (around 16 per cent).
Transmission Conundrum
June 2015
India´s current aggregated technical & commercial (AT&C) losses have been estimated to be around 27 per cent of the electricity generated. Such high AT&C losses are counted as one of the main reasons for the state electricity board´s (SEBs) financially weak status.
Adhunik starts power plant unit in Jharkhand
May 2013
AdhunikMetaliks has commissioned its 270 mw capacity second unit of coal-based thermal power plant in Jharkhand, the company said on May 21. The Kolkata-based company said in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) that Adhunik Power & Natural Resources (APNRL) has declared commercial operation of its second unit of 270 mw of 2x270 thermal power plant on May 19.
Adhunik starts power plant unit in Jharkhand
May 2013
AdhunikMetaliks has commissioned its 270 mw capacity second unit of coal-based thermal power plant in Jharkhand, the company said on May 21. The Kolkata-based company said in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) that Adhunik Power & Natural Resources (APNRL) has declared commercial operation of its second unit of 270 mw of 2x270 thermal power plant on May 19.
Jharkhand to produce 8,000 mw electricity
November 2012
The Jharkhand government aims at producing 8,000 mw of electricity during the current Plan period and is all set to add 100 mw to its production early next year, said the Chief Minister Arjun Munda. The state, at present, is producing 2,100 mw electricity and is in need of power to make rapid development, he said inaugurating the 270 mw first unit of Adhunik Power and Natural Resources
Jharkhand to produce 8,000 mw electricity
November 2012
The Jharkhand government aims at producing 8,000 mw of electricity during the current Plan period and is all set to add 100 mw to its production early next year, said the Chief Minister Arjun Munda. The state, at present, is producing 2,100 mw electricity and is in need of power to make rapid development, he said inaugurating the 270 mw first unit of Adhunik Power and Natural Resources
First pvt sector power plant inaugurated in J’khand
October 2012
Jharkhand Chief Minister Arjun Munda and Deputy CM Hemant Soren on October 16 dedicated the first 270 mw unit of Adhunik Power and Natural Resources’s (APNRL’s) 4×270 (1,080 mw) thermal power plant at Padampur under Seraikela-Kharsawan district to the State.
First pvt sector power plant inaugurated in J’khand
October 2012
Jharkhand Chief Minister Arjun Munda and Deputy CM Hemant Soren on October 16 dedicated the first 270 mw unit of Adhunik Power and Natural Resources’s (APNRL’s) 4×270 (1,080 mw) thermal power plant at Padampur under Seraikela-Kharsawan district to the State.
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