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A proposal to build new nuclear reactor to replace those destroyed in the Chernobyl nuclear disaster would be unlikely to proceed following German government calls for adherance to strict financial

The 220-mw second unit of Kaiga atomic power station in Karnataka will be commissioned in July, according to the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd(NPCIL) which plans to add 880 mw of nuclear

The Madhya Pradesh government's reluctance to set up an expert committee to examine the financial evaluation criteria for power projects has led to further delay in setting up independent power

Tomen Corp. plans to build Japan's largest wind power plant on the Shimokita Peninsula in Aomori Prefecture by the end of 2000. Power generated by the plant will be supplied to Tohoku Electric Power

Deep-sea survey for oil is to be conducted through a joint venture between an American firm - Western Geophysical of Houston - and state-owned Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC). The

A new non-conventional energy system using solar power is being promoted in the country, hit by frequent outages and blackouts following demand outstripping electricity generation. Claimed to be an

Two nuclear power plants will be commissioned in the next 12 months, adding 880 mw power to the national grid. This is the highest addition through nuclear sources in over a decade. The Kaiga plant

Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) will set up the first wind power project in Rajasthan. An agreement to this effect has been signed between BHEL and Rajasthan State Power Corporation Ltd (RSPCL),

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) said it was extending its work on decommissioning the Chernobyl nuclear plant to allow it to close by 2000. The bank said it was extending

The Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) is planning to invite private investment in the nuclear power sector to meet its target of generating 20,000 MW by the year 2020. Speaking to mediapersons, AEC