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WeikField Foods installs 213 kWp rooftop solar power plant
April 2019
WeikField Foods, one of the largest food manufacturers in India has installed a state-of-the-art 213kWp rooftop solar power plant at their factory in Lonikand near Pune, Maharashtra.
Punjab may fire up units at Ropar plant
September 2018
With the demand for power rising up to 12,500 MW, the Punjab Government has decided to restart the operations at two thermal units of Ropar power plant.
Coal crisis hits Nalco power plant
August 2018
Due to a short supply of coal from Mahanadi Coalfields (MCL) mines, 1,200 MW Nalco Captive Power Plant (CPP) is going through a coal crisis.
After thermal power, nuclear is India's best bet
June 2018
KBL is known for its flexible business approach with the ability and tenacity to adapt to changing market scenarios and needs.
South Eastern Railway boosts plants for coal transportation
April 2018
Power plants in eastern India received boost after South Eastern Railway (SER) started loading its first coal rake in Sardega, Odisha for transportation to the Kolaghat Thermal Power Plant in East Midnapore.
Following the sun
April 2018
Being widely adopted on account of increased generation and improved internal rate of return (IRR), solar trackers are gaining prominence across the globe.
Heaps of garbage likely to generate 15-MW power daily
February 2018
The nation’s capital’s waste-to-energy power plant project had no stable ground since 2016 when it was conceived. However, Delhi is soon likely to get its fourth such plant with the capacity to consume 1,500 tonnes of garbage every day while generating 15 MW of electricity.
Telangana power generation capacity to touch 17,000 MW by year-end
February 2018
Telangana is set to increase its power generation capacity from 14,200 MW to 15,000 MW by March 2018 and to about 17,000 MW by the year-end. The capacity augmentation will come through the commissioning of 800 MW coal-fired thermal power plant at Kothagudam by March 2018.
NTPC invites bids for procurement of agro Residue for its Dadri power plant
February 2018
NTPC has invited bids for procuring 1,000 metric tonnes per day of agro residue based fuel for its 2,650 mw Dadri power plant in the National Capital Region as part of initiatives to help clean air and provide farmers with an alternate to burning crop residues, a major contributor to pollution.
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