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Reliance Power signs MoU with Govt of Bangladesh to develop 3,000 MW of Power Capacity
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Reliance Power and BPDB sign MoU to develop 3,000MW of power c...

Reliance Power and Bangladesh Power Development Board, or BPDB, have signed a memorandum of understanding, or MoU, to develop 3,000MW of liquefied natural gas, or LNG, based combined cycle power project in Bangladesh in phases, along with a floating ... Individual.com, 2 weeks ago

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Government asks Reliance Power to restrict Sasan coal output

NEW DELHI: The government has asked Reliance Power to restrict production from its coal mines in Moher and Moher Amlohri Extension blocks - linked to its Sasan ultra mega power project (UMPP) - to 16 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) from the current 20 MTPA.
 Economic Times3 weeks ago Govt asks Reliance Power to restrict Sasan coal output  Money Control3 weeks ago Government takes back coal block from Reliance Power’s Sasan unit  Times of India1 month ago Govt cancels Chhatrasal coal block linked to Sasan UMPP  Money Control1 month ago
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Adani, RPower charge up Bangla ties

Reliance Power (RPower) and Adani Power will invest over $4.5 billion to build power projects in Bangladesh to ease the neighbouring country's prolonged power crisis. The two companies inked separate memoranda of understanding with the Bangladesh Power ...
 The Telegraph3 weeks ago Adani, Reliance Power to build plants in Bangladesh  Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Reliance Power shelves mega project on land acquisition delays

Anil Ambani-led Reliance Power on Tuesday said it has terminated the contract for Rs 36,000 crore (Rs 360 billion) Tilaiya ultra mega power project in Jharkhand over inordinate delays in land acquisition. The firm had, in August 2009, won rights to set up a 3,960 MW power plant at Hazaribagh in Jharkhand after bidding a levelised tariff of Rs 1.77 per unit but couldn't start work on the project as the state government had not provided the required land even after more than five years. Jharkhand ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Anil Ambani grp upbeat about Rs 10k cr proj in B'desh  Economic Times3 weeks ago
The Telegraph

More to RPower pullout than land

Stunned by Reliance Power's pullout from the Rs 36,000 crore Tilaiya power project, the Jharkhand government today alleged the decision was based on "balance sheet issues" and not land availability as cited by the Anil Ambani-led company. Acutely aware that ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago NTPC ready step into Tilaya power project  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago As RPower walks out of Tilaiya proj, NTPC ready to walk in  Business Standard2 months ago As Reliance Power walks out of Tilaiya project, NTPC 'more than willing' to walk in  First Post.com2 months ago
First Post.com

Land row or power tariff tussle? Fight between Jharkhand govt and RPower gets uglier

Even as Jharkhand Chief Secretary Rajiv Gauba said on Wednesday that land could not be the reason for Reliance Group's exit from the Tilaiya power project, company sources said just 17 percent of the required 2,500 acres was transferred and physical ...
 First Post.com2 months ago Land can't be the reason for Reliance Power's exit: Jharkhand official  SME Times2 months ago Jharkhand says land no reason for project exit, Reliance Power disagrees  Prokerala2 months ago
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Money Today

PAC calls for probe into award of 3 UMPPs to Reliance Power

Mail Today Bureau New Delhi Last Updated: April 30, 2015 | 08:20 IST PAC wanted a probe into how an ineligible company walked away with UMPPs. A Reliance Power spokesperson said, "The matter is subjudice and pending in the Supreme Court." The Public Accounts ...
 Money Today2 months ago Parliamentary panel says Reliance Power 'ineligible' for three UMPPs, calls for probe  Economic Times2 months ago

Jharkhand says Reliance Power's Tilaiya exit 'surprising'

RANCHI: Terming Reliance Power's decision to exit from the proposed Tilaiya power project as 'surprising', Jharkhand government today put the blame on the company and said the reasons cited for the walkout were 'doubtful' as all major issues had already been ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
India Infoline

Reliance Power dips 1% after its subsidiary terminates PPA for 3960 MW Tilaiya UMPP

The company has terminated the power purchase agreement of its 3960 MW Tilaiya Ultra Mega Power Project in District Hazaribagh, in the State of Jharkhand due to prolonged delay in land acquisition process. Reliance Power slipped 1.5 percent to Rs. 57.45 on ...
 India Infoline2 months ago Reliance Power fully commissions Sasan UMPP in MP  Business Standard2 months ago

Reliance Group Sasan mega power project fully operational

Anil Ambani-led Reliance Group on Wednesday said it has fully attained commercial operations of the Rs.27,000-crore Sasan ultra mega power project (UMPP) in Madhya Pradesh, some 12 months ahead of schedule, with all the six units generating 3,960 MW of ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
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