This study by Vasudha Foundation has created a comprehensive mapping of all existing and proposed coal fired power plants on water related parameters. It monitors the generation of coal based thermal power plants in river basins, that are affected by water scarcity and reviews how the power generation is impacted due to this.

Once the plants are commissioned, some of the existing old thermal plants will be retired in line with the Centre’s resolve to phase out power plants older than 25 years and replace them with super

Nagpur: Peeved over pollution touching alarming levels in Chandrapur, an industrialist has moved Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court, praying for action against respondents, including Mahagenco, for

Nagpur: Waterman Rajendra Singh feels that hydroelectricity is a cleaner way of generating power as compared to thermal.

Chandrapur: A scientist from union ministry for environment, forest and climate change (MoEFCC) visited Chandrapur Super Thermal Power Station (CSTPS) here after a complaint was lodged by MoEFCC re

Chandrapur: Durgapur police have registered a criminal offence against the management of Chandrapur Super Thermal Power Station (CSTPS) for discharging acidic water into Irai river.

NAGPUR: The flip-flop by Chandrapur MP Hansraj Ahir has flummoxed residents of the district. First, he met environment minister Prakash Jawadekar demanding closure of the high-polluting units no.

According to a CDP-KPMG report, the demand for water is set to exceed supply by about 50% in 2030

In 2007, Chandrapur Super Thermal Power Station in Maharashtra was shut down due to scarcity of water. In almost an action replay, 1,130 mega watt Parli thermal plant met with the same fate of Chandrapur in 2013. Now, ahead of the World Water Day on Saturday, Indian corporates have raised an alarm over the likelihood of India turning into a water scarce nation by 2020.

Yet another spike of emissions from Chandrapur Super Thermal Power Station (CSTPS) covered the city sky with think smoke on Thursday.

CHANDRAPUR: The lives and the nesting place of thousands of migratory birds visiting the ash pond of Chandrapur Super Thermal Power Station (CSTPS) are under threat from illegal farming and fishing