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Highest Growth Generating Company in Thermal in Private Sector - Sembcorp Gayatri Power
December 2017
Sembcorp Industries is a leading energy, water, marine and urban development group operating across five continents worldwide. In India, Sembcorp is one of the largest foreign investors in India's power sector today, with more than 3,800 megawatts of thermal and renewable assets in operation and under development in the country.
3,000-MW power plant to be set up in Telangana
April 2016
The Suzlon Group is planning a Rs.1,200-crore investment to take up a 3,000 MW solar, wind and hybrid power project in Telangana.
Sweden to help Indias urban development plans
November 2015
Stressing on the need for sustainable urban development in the context of growing urbanization, Sweden and India have agreed to cooperate in the implementation of new urban sector initiatives in India.
Waste-to-energy: the solution to India´s power crisis
June 2015
The humongous amounts of garbage generated in India can very well entitle the waste management sector to claim being an industry. Add to this, people´s ´Not In My Backyard´ syndrome and lack of initiative from civic authorities, which have exacer¡bated the garbage disposal problem, and we´re left with an ever increasing and undealt with stink.
From Concept to Reality
March 2015
India´s engines of economic growth - its cities - have taken centre stage. And with this, many countries world over have turned towards the country´s plan of developing 100 smart cities.
The Connecting Act
October 2014
With cabling and wires being a necessary component across industries, the industry is expected to generate $113.9 billion by the year 2015. The wire and cables industry has moved from being a small industry two decades back to an industry where one can find the maximum employment opportunities.
Builders may be asked to pay for power cable project
July 2013
The Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda) will ask private developers to bear the cost of laying underground power cables on a seven-kilometre stretch along Sohna Road in Gurgaon. The Rs 30-crore project, which would cover the stretch between Subhash Chowk and Badshahpur, is aimed at reducing technical snags and providing smooth electricity supply to various private colonies in the area. At present the power is supplied through aerial cables.
Builders may be asked to pay for power cable project
July 2013
The Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda) will ask private developers to bear the cost of laying underground power cables on a seven-kilometre stretch along Sohna Road in Gurgaon. The Rs 30-crore project, which would cover the stretch between Subhash Chowk and Badshahpur, is aimed at reducing technical snags and providing smooth electricity supply to various private colonies in the area. At present the power is supplied through aerial cables.
Surat to make solar heaters a must for all buildings
October 2012
Surat is likely to become the first city in India to make mandatory of solar water heating in buildings
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