Green Developers in AP Lost Rs 1.4k cr since August
“Out of the 7,307 mw of renewable energy installed in Andhra Pradesh, 20-25% of solar power and 50-60% of wind power is being curtailed,” said one of the executives, who did not wish to be identified. This is despite the Andhra Pradesh High Court having directed distribution companies in September not to curtail renewable power.
MNRE urges states to set up renewable energy equipment parks, make India global hub
"MNRE has initiated action in big way towards setting up ...
Wind projects stall as NTPC fails to get tariff nod
Entities like NTPC, which conduct the auctions, are subsequently required to get sanction...
Union Budget: Rs 22,000 crore to power and renewable sector; consumers to get choice of supplier
The power distribution companies are under financial stress and the power ministry has been trying to implement smart meters, she said.
Coronavirus impact on healthcare sector
Based on assessments made by different analysts and industry body Ficci, here is an impact analysis in healthcare sector.
Very positive on cement sector; UltraTech top pick: Dipan Mehta
‘Identify companies which will benefit from pent-up demand’
Discoms to suffer Rs 30K cr revenue loss, face Rs 50K cr liquidity crunch due to lockdown: CII
CII said discoms are likely to suffer a net revenue loss of around Rs 30,000 crore due to the lockdown.
Readjust portfolio to newly emerging sectors and stocks: Atul Suri
The move away from financials towards pharma has played out very well, says CEO, Marathon Trends PMS. Readjust portfolio to newly emerging s...
Overweight on speciality chemicals & contract manufacturing sectors: Atul Suri
‘Go out and grab the new opportunities that the market will come up with’
Govt mulls investment fund to pay off discoms' dues towards gencos
According to government data, discoms owe Rs 92,602 crore to gencos as of February this year. The creation of the fund assumes significance in view of lower power demand during the coronavirus lockdown. Electricity demand has reduced by a third during the lockdown.
France approves 1.7 GW of wind and solar power projects
Among the 300 projects that were approved, 35 are onshore wind projects with a total capacity of 750 megawatts, while the rest are solar.
Pakistan’s internal report indicts China for corruption in CPEC power sector
Report claims government-to-government deals signed under CPEC unduly favoured Chinese firms.
Only two bidders interested in SECI wind energy auction
The 1,200 MW tender was issued by SECI, the central government's nodal agency responsible for conducting auctions, for the second time this week at a ceiling tariff of Rs 2.93 per unit.
Heavy rain, hailstorm hit parts of Delhi after sudden weather change
On May 14, the national capital Delhi observed sudden change in weather in the evening. Dust storm and strong winds hit different parts of D...
Tariff cut likely for regulated power companies
Regulated power plants may have to take a tariff haircut on return on equity and fixed costs, as the government is considering a demand from electricity distribution companies to lower costs amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
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