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BHUBANESWAR: While the State is reeling under power crisis, the Government has not taken any proactive measures during the last 15 years to add hydro generation capacity despite huge potential.

Shimla: The hydropower developers will not be able to shift the sites of dam and power house as per the new project allotment policy, under which boundaries will be marked on the ground. They will be required to provide more free power to the government as royalty in case the capacity of the project is enhanced beyond 20 per cent after the preparation of detailed project report.

The Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) is on the look-out for a Designated Operational Entity (DOE) for validation of the three small hydro-electric pilot projects in the State being taken up for implementation under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM).

SEPPA, Feb 11: The 3 Mega Watt Pacha Micro Hydel in Seppa, East Kameng district is a relic in true sense and cannot be compared to some other prized possession.
A whopping amount of Rs 6449.46 lakhs have been pumped into this mere 3 Mega Watt for the last 16 years, yet the service of this project is yet to see the light.


New Delhi: In another goodwill gesture, India said it would stop work on the Tipaimukh dam project which had caused resentment in Bangladesh.

New Delhi: Bhutan king Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck

With huge potential to generate power in the Northeastern region remaining untapped, the Government has earmarked an investment of over Rs 37,400 crore for setting up power projects to add 5,350 MW capacity by 2016, reports PTI. The Ministry of Power plans to add 5,350 MW power generation capacity in the Northeast, apart from the 3,926 MW which is under various stages of construction.

Anandpur Sahib: The hydropower generation at Anandpur Sahib hydel channel has come to a halt with Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB) stopping water supply to the channel.

Kerala Rose Up To Keep It Silent