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Indian power firm eyes coal acquisitions in S Africa, Indonesia
Mining Weekly

Coal India suffered 50 mt ouput loss on delays in green nod: G...

Summary At a time when country is facing severe coal shortages at its power plants and efforts are on to improve the availability of fuel, India's largest coal producer Coal India (CIL) has suffered a production loss of 50 million tonne (mt) of coal ... Financial Express, 22 hours ago
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To boost coal supplies, Goyal for faster green nod; fuel stock critical at 46 power plants

Faced with fast-depleting stocks and limited supply, the Coal Ministry has urged the Ministry of Environment and Forests to expedite green clearances and help raise domestic output. According to CEA data (made available on July 15), 46 of the 100 ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago State urges Jharkhand authorities to rein in supplier  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago Obama to fight carbon pollution emitting from coal plants in US  NewKerala.com1 month ago Coal supply restored to PSPCL's power plants: Panem Coal Mines  Daily Excelsior.com2 months ago
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Coal India unit starts production at 12 mtpa mine in Jharkhand

CIL has struggled to raise output fast enough to meet rising demand from power companies Reports stated that Coal India has started production at a 12 million tonnes per year mine, which should help boost supplies to fuel-starved power plants. CIL ...
 India Infoline1 week ago CIL starts production at 12 MTPA Jharkhand mine  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago Coal India starts production at 12 million tonne per annum Jharkhand mine  Economic Times2 weeks ago Corporate : Coal India starts production at 12 MTPA coal mine in Jharkhand  Indian-Commodity1 week ago
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Boosting of Solar Power

Norway has supported a project to electrify 28 villages with solar Mini-grid plants in Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand & Jammu and Kashmir. This was stated by Sh. Piyush Goyal, (Minister of state for Power, Coal & New and Renewable Energy ...
 PIB2 weeks ago Norway supports solar electrification project in Indian villages  Greentech Lead2 weeks ago Tata powers solar project for NTPC  NewKerala.com1 month ago How solar power can boost electricity generation  NewKerala.com1 month ago
IBN Live

State sets surplus power target

Ranchi, July 5: State energy minister Rajendra Prasad Singh today painted a rosy picture as far as Jharkhand's power prospect is concerned, saying that the state would not only produce sufficient electricity, but would also cater to other states in ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago Haryana to set up 2 power plants  The Echo Of India1 month ago Haryana to set up two power plants  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Government will set up new power plants soon: Rajendra Prasad Singh  IBN Live1 month ago
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State reluctant to give Bihar equal rights over Tenughat power plant

RANCHI: Iterating its earlier stand, Jharkhand government has once again refused to give 50% power share generated at Tenughat Vidyut Nigam Limited (TVNL) to Bihar. Representing state before the union power secretary at New Delhi, Jharkhand chief ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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Tata Power ensures accessibility to quality drinking water by installing the first Reverse Osmosis (RO) plant in Jharkhand

~RO plant to cater to 5000 people in 1250 household~ Tata Power, India's largest integrated power pany has been working towards providing safe and clean drinking water in the areas surrounding its operations. In line with this philosophy, the ...
 Noodls3 weeks ago TATA POWER : ensures accessibility to quality drinking water by installing the first Reverse Osmosis (RO) plant in Jharkhand  4 Traders3 weeks ago
Daily Bhaskar

Power sector woes: NTPC in dire need of coal it runs with just 2 days of stock left

NTPC, the largest thermal power producer in the country has two day's stock left in its power plants. Six plants of NTPC with capacity of 17,000 MW are running on low stock and out of 100 thermal plants, 27 plants running on coal stock available for ...
 DNA India1 week ago NTPC rings alarm bell: Less than 2 days of coal stock left  Times of India1 week ago NTPC plants to run out of coal stock in two days  Deccan Herald1 week ago NTPC Power Plants Have Two Days of Coal Stock Left  Outlook India1 week ago
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Govt taking urgent steps to avert power crisis: Goyal

I Piyush Goyal, Minister, Power & Coal said: It is a known fact there is a problem of adequate coal in several power plants across the country, including NTPC , but if we go to the root cause analysis of this problem you will realise that since ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 week ago Coal minister inaugurates new mine in Jharkhand  Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago CoalMin not to reconsider mine deallocation decision  The Echo Of India3 weeks ago CoalMin not to reconsider decision on mines deallocation  Business Standard India4 weeks ago
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3 power units raise low coal stock alarm

BOKARO: Three of the four power plants in the district, which are run by Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) and SAIL, raised an alarm over depleting coal inventory. Two units of DVC, Chandrapura Thermal Power Station (CTPS) and Bokaro Thermal Power ...
 Times of India5 days ago
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