Tata Power acquires 26% in Bhutan hydro project

Mumbai: Tata Power on Monday said it has acquired 26% stake in 114 MW hydro-power project and will deliver the generated power at the India-Bhutan border. The company has bought 26% stake in the project, while Tata Power trading has negotiated to purchase all the power generated from the project, the private sector power utility said in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange.
"Tata Power Trading will off-take power from the project for a period of 25 years and the power will be delivered at India-Bhutan border,' it added.

DIVERSIFICATION PLAN Law Kumar Mishra | TNN Dhanbad: The public sector company Coal India Ltd has decided to enter into power production and has signed three MoUs with different electricty boards in Uttar Pradesh, Chatisgarh and Tamil Nadu for setting up 1000 megawatt capacity plants in the three states. However, the implementation of the power projects would be taken up after three years as CIL has resolved to concentrate on increasing coal production, CIL chairman, Partho S Bhattacharya told the TOI on Monday.

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Power Demand At 3400 MW, Erratic Spell To Stay New Delhi: Common wisdom that sporadic showers will ensure regular electricity is increasingly becoming a myth in the Capital. Even as the peak power demand in the city hovered around 3,400 MW, long outages were reported from many parts of the city

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Says Fuel Price Rise Unjustified, Wants PM To Resign Gauging that it could only add to the its ammunition against the government in a year leading up to the Lok Sabha polls, BJP on Wednesday reacted strongly to the government's decision to hike fuel prices, saying a "directionless' UPA has unleashed "economic terror' on the nation.

Says It Was Inevitable In Wake Of Global Spiral Pointing to a sharp escalation in global rise in oil p r i c e s and food and commodities, P r i m e Minister Manmoh a n Singh on Wednesday said that a rise in fuel prices was "inevitable' even as the government has done its utmost to impose only a "moderate' burden on the people.

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