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Coal import bill continues to rise
January 2015
India´s coal import bill surged 42 per cent to Rs 11,441 crore in November 2014 despite a 16 per cent increase in Coal India´s production, highlighting the rapidly widening demand-supply gap for the fuel in the country.
Taking wind energy to the next level
January 2015
The plans of the new government to accelerate the generation of wind energy by adding an ambitious 10,000 MW every year is a welcome change in the Indian power scenario.
Fixed tariffs for solar
December 2014
India should move its solar industry to a fixed-pricing model like the one used in Germany, said one of the nation´s biggest clean-energy lenders, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi prepares to expand renewable targets.
On the block
September 2014
Just when the power sector was beginning to find its feet again, thanks to a slew of decisions taken by the new government, along comes the Supreme Court verdict declaring the allocation of 218 coal blocks made since 1993 as ¨illegal and arbitrary¨.
IL&FS may subscribe to rights issue of Resource Generation
July 2013
The proposed rights issue of Resource Generation in its South African coal mining project Boikarabelo mine would be subscribed by IL&FS Energy Development Co along with its partner, reports indicate. If existing investors don’t show much interest in the issue, IL&FS Energy, along with two other investors, committed to acquire up to 80 percent of the issue or any shortfall
IL&FS may subscribe to rights issue of Resource Generation
July 2013
The proposed rights issue of Resource Generation in its South African coal mining project Boikarabelo mine would be subscribed by IL&FS Energy Development Co along with its partner, reports indicate. If existing investors don’t show much interest in the issue, IL&FS Energy, along with two other investors, committed to acquire up to 80 percent of the issue or any shortfall
Tata wins 2,000 mw worth of overseas power projects
June 2013
Across overseas, Tata Power has won bids for projects in Indonesia, South Africa, Bhutan, Australia and Vietnam that generate close to 2,000 mw of power. While a third of it is expected to come up in the next two years, the rest are in exploratory stages. With at least half a dozen of its power projects languishing in India, Tata Power has been exploring avenues in geothermal, hydro, solar and wind sectors abroad, mainly in Africa, south-east Asia, the middle-east and SAARC region.
Tata wins 2,000 mw worth of overseas power projects
June 2013
Across overseas, Tata Power has won bids for projects in Indonesia, South Africa, Bhutan, Australia and Vietnam that generate close to 2,000 mw of power. While a third of it is expected to come up in the next two years, the rest are in exploratory stages. With at least half a dozen of its power projects languishing in India, Tata Power has been exploring avenues in geothermal, hydro, solar and wind sectors abroad, mainly in Africa, south-east Asia, the middle-east and SAARC region.
Indian power sector gaining ground in South Africa: IEEMA
April 2013
Indian power sector is gaining ground in South Africa, where it is hoping to secure at least five per cent of global exports currently dominated by European exporters by 2020, said Sanjeev Sardana, Chairman of Indian Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers' Association.
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