India is expected to maintain the current level of thermal coal imports as the country's power demand is likely to increase, said a report by Fitch Ratings on Monday.

This paper analyses the periodic coal shortages in the post-monsoon months at power plants in India and suggests some ways forward to address them.

NEW DELHI: In the next three years, Delhi may get its own Central Park rivalling that of New York as work on the National Thermal Power Corporation’s (NTPC) Badarpur eco-park is underway.

The National Green Tribunal has formed a committee to assess and suggest compensation from thermal power stations operating in Singrauli and Sonbhadra districts in Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh

To prepare blueprint for creek’s restoration within next three months

NLC India Limited has told the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) that the date of commercial operation of its 1,000 MW (2 x 500 MW) lignite-based thermal power project at Neyveli is

The country’s goal of ensuring 24x7 electricity supply for all in the country will require doubling the installed power generation capacity of the country.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Action for Vigilance and Knowledge for Empowerment Vs Lalitpur Power Generation Company Limited & Others dated 24/05/2019 regarding non compliance of environmental norms by M/s Lalitpur Power Generation Company Limited (LPGC), Lalitpur, Uttar Pradesh. Allegations in the application are that the LPGC is using fresh water in excess of permitted limit, not monitoring ambient air quality, not carrying out waste water treatment and is violating green belt plantation requirement around the plant.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Anjani Jaiswal Vs Union of India & Others dated 24/05/2019 regarding pollution by thermal power stations operating in the Districts of Singrauli and Sonebhadra in the States of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. According to the applicant, the power plants have been causing air pollution and water pollution in violation of environmental norms in the last two decades. The violation of norms has resulted in damage caused to water bodies, including Rihand Reservoir.

The Central Electricity Authority (CEA) expects electricity generation from conventional power sources, which comprise 80% of the total production capacity, to rise 6.4% y-o-y to 1,330 billion unit

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