“The ASP projects is the result of seven years of research and the pilot study has recently been concluded in March, 2019,” said Ajay Kumar Dixit, CEO, Cairn Oil and Gas. “It will also increase the recovery factor to mo
Ten power plants had won 25-year coal linkages of 27.2 MTPA in the first round of Shakti auctions where bidders quoting the highest discount to its existing tariffs were allowed to choose their preferred source of coal supply
he power ministry feels that power producers should be able to buy coal from open markets at competitive prices and power purchase agreements (PPAs) should not be a precondition for getting access to coal, said the sources.
According to official documents reviewed by FE, the initiative comes under the ‘Agrim Districts for Accessing Resources Sustainable and Harmoniously’ (Adarsh) scheme, which is being planned by the government to meet the r
The copy of the letter, reviewed by FE, warned that “if this is not corrected, the FDI will stop coming, the banks will stop financing, and the growth in the renewable energy sector will come to a halt”.
The apex court had clarified that its April 2017 order, denying compensatory tariffs to these plants, wouldn’t come in the way of implementing the fuel cost pass-through and other measures recommended by a high-level commit
The development comes with dismal levels of production by captive coal mines amid growing demand. These mines produced only 25.1 million tonne (MT) in FY19, much lower than the peak output of 43.2 MT in FY15 when the Supreme
Andhra Pradesh, which sourced 18% of its electricity from renewable energy in FY19, plays an important role in the country’s green growth narrative, as it houses about 12% of India’s wind and solar capacity.
The YS Jaganmohan Reddy government’s decision is the latest among the series of steps it has taken since assuming power late May to undo the decisions of the previous government led by N Chandrababu Naidu.
Budget 2019: The MSME ministry, led by Nitin Gadkari, plans to spend Rs 7,011.3 crore in FY20, about 7% higher than the expenditure in FY19. Out of this, Rs 6,957.8 will be spent on various central sector schemes.