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Sixty three signatories from civil society organisations, medical professionals and concerned citizens all over India have written to the Minister of Environment Forest and Climate Change, urging i
Solar power projects will be exempted from interstate transmission charges till the end of December 2019, making it feasible to compete with thermal power.
India’s coal-fired power capacity may hardly grow over the next decade despite plans to build new plants as older facilities that can’t meet new environmental guidelines face closure.
Hearings on the controversial Lamu coal plant have failed to take off again after two members of the National Environment Tribunal failed to show up.
The use of sewage water to meet cooling needs of coal-based power plants will not resolve the conflict over water between thermal projects, farmers and urban communities, a Greenpeace India report
Nagpur: To encourage manufacturers in Vidarbha to increase use of fly ash in construction-based products implementing latest methods, Mahagenco Ash Management Services Ltd (Mahagams) had organized
The use of sewage to meet coal power plants’ cooling needs will not resolve the conflict over water between thermal power plants and farmers and urban communities, said Greenpeace India, in a report titled ‘Pipe Dreams’.
Disregarding new environment regulations, the Central Electricity Authority (CEA) has given more than 300 thermal power plants two to five-year reprieve from adhering to the strict air pollution st
There are no coal imports taking place in Chhattisgarh Goverment owned thermal power plants in comlaince with the Center’s directive to use indigenous coal, officials informed.
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