Daily Archive: July 23, 2015

Bhel gets Telangana projects sans bidding

The K C Rao-led Telangana government has awarded the turnkey contract of three power projects – adding up to 6,000 MW capacity and to be built at a cost of Rs 27,360 crore ($4.3...

Rebidding for Bhedabahal UMPP by September

Fresh bids for the ultra mega power project (UMPP) proposed at Bhedabahal near Sundargarh are set to be invited by September this year as the Union power ministry hopes to finalise the revised standard...

Maharashtra aims big on non-conventional energy

The state government has formulated the first comprehensive policy on renewable energy and has aimed to produce 14,400 megawatt (MW) power through non-conventional sources. The district in western Maharashtra would benefit the most; considering...

Coal scam: Court to act against 2 officials

Following the failure of “competent authority” to take a decision on CBI’s request for sanction to prosecute two senior government officials in separate coal block allocation cases, a special CBI court said on Thursday...

AP’s ‘LED’ revolution drops prices by 300%

The continuous and sustained efforts of Andhra Pradesh Government in implementation of Energy Efficiency & Energy Conservation (EE&EC) programmes in the State in a big way through State Energy Conservation Mission (SECM), have resulted...

Suzlon, Gamesa, woo customers with latest products

CHENNAI, JULY 21:   Wind turbine manufacturer, Suzlon, is in the “last patch of paper work” before launching its latest turbine — the S-111. Its competitor, Gamesa, has just begun selling its own latest wind...

Risen agrees 100MW Indian MoU

Risen Energy and Raasi Green Earth Energy have agreed a memorandum of understanding to jointly invest and develop a 100MW AC solar plant in the Ramnad district of Tamilnadu in India. Risen said the...