Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Satyanarayan Sahni Vs State of Bihar dated 16/04/2019 regarding pollution being caused by fly ash dump set up by thermal power plant at Village Kanti Nagar, District Muzaffarpur, Bihar causing damage to the public health, animal health and ecology in the area.

The clearance for ETPS was given in 2009.

GE Power India said on Wednesday it has been awarded a Rs 142 crore order by government-owned power utility NTPC for supply and installation of low nitrogen oxide (NOx) combustion system for 10 gig

A team of researchers including University of New Mexico economics professor Andrew Goodkind is addressing the deadly problem of particulate matter air pollution in the U.S.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Others dated 08/04/2019 regarding implementation of the December 2015 standards for thermal power plants which were to be implemented by December 2017. The Solicitor General, A. N. S.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Anul Haq Ansari, President, Mouja Maheshpur Raiyat Samiti Vs State of Jharkhand dated 02/04/2019 regarding scientific disposal of fly ash to avoid air pollution by the Bokaro Power Supply Company Limited (BPSCL), Jharkhand. The plant was not properly maintaining ash pond which was discharging chemical effluent which affected the wildlife and quality of Damodar river and aquatic life of the river.

Australia’s QBE Insurance Group Ltd plans to stop offering new policies for thermal coal mines and coal-fired power stations to help encourage a low carbon economy and combat climate change.

Japan’s environment minister has announced he will “in principle” oppose any new plans to build or expand coal-fired power stations, as further signs emerge of a dramatic energy pivot by Australia’

State power producer NTPC said the second unit of its Solapur Super Thermal Power Station will get commissioned on Saturday, thereby adding over 1 gw of generation capacity to the grid in the last

The number of coal-fired power plants being developed around the world has collapsed in the last three years, according to a report.

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