Karnataka backs investment from UK firms in RE
Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah has pitched for investment in renewable energy from UK-based firms, citing the UK´s strength in R&D and his state´s implementation capability as basis for a unique partnership.
Target of 1.5 BT coal requires Rs.10 lakh cr investment
India will need huge investments adding up to over Rs.10 lakh crore in coal mining and its allied sectors to achieve the government´s target of 1.5 billion tonne (BT) target of coal production by 2020, according to a PwC study.
Against All Odds
A shining example of success, NTPC Ltd won PMI India´s Best Project of the Year award. The award was for exemplary use of project management techniques to complete 5MWp grid-connected solar PV plant in Port Blair in record time.
Smart Supply Chain Solutions
Hannover. The lead theme for CeMAT 2016 is Smart Supply Chain Solutions. In other words, the show, which runs from 31 May to 3 June in Hannover, Germany, will highlight the pivotal role of logistics in today´s increasingly digitized and integrated industrial value chains.
IIFCL seeks Korean investment in Indian infrastructure
With an agenda to attract investment in India, the IIFCL has organised a one-on-one discussion of Indian infra developer with Korean investors. The Korean delegation was led by Kim Kyung Wook, Assistant Minister, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Republic of Korea and Song, Byung Hak, Managing Director, KDB Infrastructure Investment Asset Management Co Ltd.
Jharkhand govt signs MoU for coal evacuation project
The Union Ministries of Coal and Railways have signed an MoU with Jharkhand Government to form a three-way joint venture for coal evacuation logistics from the North Karanpura coalfield area in the state.
Advertise Here [300 W x 250 H pixels]