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Private power producers back out of Odisha and Tamil Nadu UMPP bidding process
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Adani, Jindal Power, Sterlite and GMR pull out of UMPPs race

Adani, Jindal Power, Sterlite and GMR have pulled out of the race for ultra mega power projects in Odisha and Tamil Nadu, leaving only state-run NTPC in the fray for the proposed 4,000 MW size plants. "Adani, Jindal Power, Sterlite and GMR had ... Business Standard India, 6 days ago

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Bidders pull out of UMPP auctions

Private players are pulling out of the auctions for two upcoming ultra mega power projects (UMPPs) of 4,000 mw in Odisha and Tamil Nadu worth Rs 25,000 crore each, leaving public sector company NTPC alone in the race. Industry sources said four ...
 Business Standard India6 days ago Bids for two UMPPs to open in Dec and Jan  Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago
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Five states facing power crisis to meet Piyush Goyal tomorrow

Tata Power closed down two generating units at its 4,000 MW Mundra ultra mega power project on account of technical issues, last week. NEW DELHI: Power ministers and representatives of five states, which are hit by energy crisis, will meet Union ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Tata Power fights Mundra drag  Business Standard India2 weeks ago Aptel rejects Tata Power's appeal against April 2013 compensatory tariff order  Business Standard India1 month ago Despite bumpy ride in India, Tata Power finds success abroad  Business Standard India1 month ago
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Business Standard India

Govt begins work on 4 ultra mega power projects including one in Odisha

New Delhi: Government has started the process for setting up four new ultra mega power projects in Bihar, Jharkhand and Odisha, which will together add 16,000 MW capacity to the country's power generation. UMPP is a thermal power project of at ...
 Odisha Television1 month ago Govt begins work on four new ultra mega power projects  Business Standard India1 month ago Govt begins work on four ultra mega power projects  Economic Times1 month ago Government begins work on four new ultra mega power projects  Economic Times1 month ago
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Tata Power's Coastal Gujarat Power Ltd, 4000 MW UMPP, Mundra certified for Quality, Environment and OHSAS Management Systems

India's first Ultra Mega Power Plant, 4000 MW, Coastal Gujarat Power Limited, Mundra, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Power, India's largest Integrated Power Company, today announces that it has been certified by the Indian Register Quality ...
 Noodls1 month ago TATA POWER : Coastal Gujarat Power Ltd, 4000 MW UMPP, Mundra certified for Quality, Environment and OHSAS Management Systems  4 Traders1 month ago

Tata Mundra power project denied expansion clearance

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS The Expert Appraisal Committee (EAC) of the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) has refused environmental clearance for the expansion of the Tata Mundra Ultra Mega Power Project (UMPP) in ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Green panel blocks Mundra power project expansion

The expert appraisal committee of the union environment and forests ministry has declined clearance for the expansion of the Tata Mundra ultra mega power project in the Kutch region of northwest Gujarat for failing to comply with its conditions."Some of the ...
 Prokerala1 month ago
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Tata Power, Adani Shut Some Units at Mundra: Report

New Delhi : Some parts of the country might face significant electricity shortages with about 7,000 MW generation capacity getting impacted due to many power plants, including Mundra projects of the Adanis and the Tatas, shutting down some of their ...
 NDTV Profit1 month ago More power supply woes;Adanis, Tatas shut some units at Mundra  Business Standard India1 month ago More power supply woes as Adani, Tata shut units at Mundra  Jagran Post1 month ago More power supply woes; Adanis, Tatas shut some units at Mundra  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
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Jagran Post

Poor monsoon and coal crunch affecting thermal power projects

The hydel projects are not doing well due to deficient monsoon hence pressure on thermal projects, Goyal said here. According to latest official data, northern region is facing over 5,000 MW of power shortage due to coal stocks drying up. Several ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago Lower monsoon, coal shortage putting pressure on thermal project  Economic Times1 month ago
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Tata Power : organises Free Allopathic Medical Health-Camp in Power House 6, Jamshedpur

Benefitted 80 local contract workers Tata Power, India's largest integrated power pany, always endeavors to provide quality health care facilities to its stakeholders living in and around its project areas. In another such initiative, Tata Power's ...
 4 Traders22 hours ago TATA POWER : wishes Happy & Safe Diwali to Mumbaikars  4 Traders1 day ago Tata Power organises Free Allopathic Medical Health-Camp in Power House 6, Jamshedpur  Noodls22 hours ago Tata Power wishes Happy & Safe Diwali to Mumbaikars  Noodls1 day ago
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