Coal supplies to the power sector from the Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL) were up by 9% to 75.41 million tonnes at the end of the third quarter of current financial year as against 69.29 MT during same period last fiscal.
DVC- owned power corporation BTPS-A unit achieved its full load of 500 MW on Friday, 68 days after its de-synchronisation. The rotor of the unit had got damaged on October 24last year and had resulted in its breakdown.
The AIADMK government informed the Assembly on Friday that the demand of farmers’ associations and some political parties for laying power lines underground instead of installing high-tension electricity transmission towers on cultivable lands in 13 districts was not technically feasible.
Bokaro airport is brimming with activity for expanding its capacity under UDAN scheme; the construction work of runway has been started now, works are being carried out in full swing, informed RK Singh an official working at the site. “A technical team today rushed at Bokaro to take an account of ongoing work,” he added.
Well-known veteran journalist and writer Raj Kanwar, who has been living in the Doon valley for the past seventy years, has just come out with a book that narrates the birth and evolution of the ONGC along with the development of the Doon valley.
The Government on Wednesday gave out the 6-croreth free cooking gas (LPG) connection as the scheme to make available cleaner fuel in every household kitchens runs ahead of schedule. Government of India introduced ‘Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana’ (PMUY) for which budgetary provision of Rs 12,800 crore has been provided for releasing 5 Crores LPG connections…
State-owned Power Grid Corporation Thursday said its board has approved investment proposals worth Rs 379.45 crore.
In order to provide green and clean energy, the BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL) and BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) on Thursday inked Power Sale Agreements with SECI (Solar Energy Corporation of India) to procure 200 MW (100-MW each) of wind-power.
Shares of Jet Airways tumbled nearly 7 per cent Wednesday after the crisis-hit firm defaulted on repaymentof loans to a consortium of Indian banks.
Shares of Jet Airways continued to trade weak Thursday, falling over 6 per cent after the crisis-hit firm defaulted on repayment of loans to a consortium of Indian banks.