Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Shantanu Sharma Versus Union of India & Others dated 12/02/2020 regarding management of fly ash generated by the thermal power plants (TPPs).

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sudiep Shrivastava Vs State of Chhatisgarh & Others dated 11/02/2020 regarding utilization of fly ash generated by thermal power plants.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Satyanarayan Sahni Vs State of Bihar dated 03/02/2020 regarding pollution caused by a fly ash dump of a thermal power plant at village Kanti Nagar, District Muzaffarpur, Bihar.

Compliance report by the Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board (UPPCB) regarding air pollution by emission of coal dust and cement dust by operation of JP Cement factory and its power plant at Churk, district Sonbhadra, Uttar Pradesh.

Several power plant proposals need to be cancelled, says report. Against the already identified ones, several more thermal power plants in India could potentially be classified as stranded assets, a report released by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) has found.

As India grapples with the health emergency of high air pollution levels, one of the biggest polluting sectors, coal-based power generation is not making any serious efforts to help improve air quality and pollution levels across the country.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on coal based thermal power plants, 05/12/2019. Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC) has notified the new environment norms for coal based Thermal Power Plants (TPPs) on 07.12.2015 and 28.06.2018 categorizing TPPs with respect to date of installation in three categories.

Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of State of Uttar Pradesh Vs M/s. Birla Corporation Limited dated 20/11/2019.

In a four-pronged solution, government think-tank NITI Aayog and the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) have released the report of the ‘Task Force on Clean Industry’ to tackle Delhi’s air pollution crisis.

Utilisation levels of many thermal power plants would fall to 35-40% if the country sets up 130 gigawatt (GW) of renewable energy capacity by 2022, a latest report by KPMG India has pointed out.