Every winter, the cold climate almost freezes Himachal Pradesh's hydropower generation.

The Tipaimukh Dam project over river Barak in Manipur is again turning a bone of contention between India and Bangladesh.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday assured his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina’s advisors Gowher Rizvi and Mashiur Rahman that India would not take steps on the proposed Tipaimukh project

As many as 7,500 trees will be axed to pave the way for the 775 MW Luhri Hydroelectric Project being constructed by the public sector Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam on the Sutlej near Nirath downstream Ra

Though the Ministry of External Affairs has promised to provide Bangladesh with details of the agreement on the construction of the Tipaimukh Dam in Manipur, the very signing of the deal has sparke

A joint investment agreement on the construction of Tipaimukh Dam and a hydroelectric project on the Barak river in Manipur of north-eastern India has been signed.

Himachal Pradesh on Monday decided to extend its agreement with Power Trading Corporation (PTC) to trade state’s surplus power in the market by another year.

As the world gears up for the next round of United Nations climate-change negotiations in Durban, South Africa, in November, evidence has emerged that a cornerstone of the existing global climate agreement, the international greenhouse-gas emissions-trading system, is seriously flawed. Critics have long questioned the usefulness of the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), which was established under the Kyoto Protocol.

The Nathpa Jhakri Hydro Power Station owned and operated by Sutlej Jal Vidyut Nigam in Himachal Pradesh has made a record generation of 1151.205 million units (MU) this August, breaking the earlier record of 1143.681 MU in July 2009.

In hydro electric projects, grouting plays an important role in controlling the seepage and improvement in rock strength for the construction of underground as well as surface structures. The Nathpa Jhakri Hydroelectric Power Station (NJHPS) 1500 MW, the largest hydropower station in India under operation, and downstream Rampur Hydro Electric Project (RHEP) 412 MW, presently under advanced stage of construction, and planned to run in tandem are both located on river Satluj in the Himalayan region.