State-owned Coal India today said it has asked power plants not to restrict intake of coal during monsoon when electricity demand drops usually.
In water-scarce Shimla, where energy ministers from across India flew to discuss woes of the power sector, the host state pushed for immediate and long-term reforms in the hydro power sector.
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The Global Environment Facility (GEF) Assembly, the organization's highest governing body, concluded on Thursday with a commitment to support the partnership of multi stakeholder coalitions, includ
India is committed to follow the green path but needs technology and finance as it continues to work to meet objectives of the international environmental conventions, an Indian official said here
To secure long-term power security, the state government had signed pacts with 30 IPPs, envisaging generation capacity of 37,000 Mw
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