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Tata Power's Mundra UMPP organises cricket tournament for the collective development of youth in Gujarat
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Tata Power uses mix of 20 different coals at Mundra to reduce ...

Coastal Gujarat Power Ltd (CGPL), a subsidiary of Tata Power Company that operates India's first ultra-mega power project (UMPP) at Mundra, has begun using a blend of almost 20 different varieties of coal in order to reduce costs without sacrificing ... DNA India, 2 weeks ago
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Generating companies stay away from bidding for two key ultra mega power projects

NEW DELHI: Power project developers say they won't be able to pitch for two proposed (UMPPs) with a capacity of 4,000 MW each if their concerns are not resolved as they seek to persuade the government to make changes in bid conditions. Tata Power, ...
 Economic Times1 month ago 6 bidders want to exit mega power projects  Times of India1 month ago Narendra Modi government to boost power capacity with 4 ultra-mega projects  Financial Express2 months ago

4000 MW Surguja power project may be back on track

NEW DELHI: The proposal to set up 4000 MW ultra mega power project at Surguja in Chhattisgarh may get a new lease of life. The Centre is likely to work for finding a way to bring this derailed project back on track. Indications to this effect came ...
 Times of India1 month ago Proposal of 4000 MW Surguja UMPP may get a new lease of life  Steel Guru1 month ago

Higher power rates not to hit state utilities

Consumers of Tata's ultra mega power project (UMPP) and Adani's power plant at Mundra in Gujarat might not see a major escalation in their procurement price after the Appellate Tribunal for Electricity (APTEL) gave its nod to include compensatory ...
 Business Standard6 days ago State utilities might not feel the heat of higher power rates by Tata, Adani  Business Standard6 days ago
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TATA Power sign agreement to sell 5pct stake in Indonesian coal mine

(Follow @coalguru on Twitter for important updates) Business Standard reported that TATA Power has signed an option agreement to sell its 5% stake in a coal mine in Indonesia, PT Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC), for close to USD 250 million to the Bakrie ...
 Steel Guru3 weeks ago Tata Power up 3%, to cut debt post 5% sale in Indonesian co  Moneycontrol.com3 weeks ago Tata Power gains on signing option deal to sell 5% stake in Indonesian coal mine  India Infoline3 weeks ago Tata Power to sell 5% in an...  The Echo Of India3 weeks ago
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Compensatory rate regime under cloud

On the issue of compensating power producers due to fuel price escalation, the Appellate Tribunal for Electricity (Aptel) might review the rate-setting powers of the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC). On July 21, it had upheld the ...
 Sify1 day ago
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TATA POWER : Discoms may move SC on Adani & Tata

STATE power distribution companies of Gujarat , Maharashtra , Haryana , Punjab and Rajasthan are likely to move the Supreme Court (SC) soon to appeal against the interim order of the Appellate Tribunal for Electricity (Aptel) allowing power ...
 4 Traders1 day ago Discoms may move Supreme Court on Adani Power, Tata Power  Business Today India1 day ago State discoms to move SC against APTEL order on Adani, Tata Power  Millennium Post1 day ago Haryana surrenders cheaper power share to buy costly power  Meri News1 month ago
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Discoms to challenge APTEL order on Adani Power, Tata Power

NEW DELHI: Electricity distribution companies of states like Gujarat and Maharashtra are likely to appeal against sector tribunal's order allowing power producers to recover increased imported fuel cost from March 2013. State discoms of Gujarat, ...
 Economic Times2 days ago Aptel allows Adani, Tata Power to get new rates from discoms  Financial Express1 week ago Tata Power, Adani Power allowed to recover dues from Mar'13  Economic Times1 week ago Discoms to challenge Aptel...  The Echo Of India1 day ago
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In 50 days, Modi govt gave green nod to 5 projects

Related to : Adani Ports & Special Economic Zone Ltd,Coal India Ltd Adani Ports & Special Economic Zone Ltd BSE 17 Jul 14 | 12:00 AM 285.60 4.5 (1.6%) NSE 17 Jul 14 | 12:00 AM 285.65 4.65 (1.65%) The Narendra Modi-led National ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago In 50 days, Modi govt gives environment clearance to 5 projects  Smart Investor1 week ago Adani Ports & SEZ to develope 4th container terminal at Mundra Port  Business Standard India3 weeks ago
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Tata Power can't terminate contracts unilaterally: NTPC

NTPC has said that Tata Power's unit can't unilaterally call off pacts with it, and should compensate the state-run firm if it decides to do so. Tata Power Delhi Distribution Company Ltd (TPDDL) wants to surrender 300 MW electricity; it buys from ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago Tata Power cannot terminate contracts unilaterally: NTPC  Jagran Post1 week ago Why NTPC Has Grown To Strength As Power Cos Struggle  Businessworld India1 month ago
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