Mumbai: Japanese carmakers Toyota Motor Corp. and Suzuki Motor Corp. on Friday signed an in-principle agreement to consider a joint structure for the introduction of electric cars in India in 2020.
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New Delhi: Power minister R.K. Singh said on Thursday that state-run National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) will float a tender to buy farm stubble at Rs5,500 per tonne for power plants, a move that will check farmers from burning it—a key source of pollution in the national capital region (NCR).
New Delhi: India’s coal-based power sector may seek to avoid compliance with the strict emission norms that are due to take effect next month, according to a new analysis by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), a New Delhi-based think tank.
New Delhi: Canadian solar energy developer SkyPower is in separate talks with Hyderabad-based Greenko Group and Sumant Sinha-led ReNew Power Ventures to sell stake in its Indian projects, said two people aware of the development.
New Delhi: The Union government is working on a “rent a roof” policy to support its ambitious plan to generate 40 gigawatts (GW) of power from solar rooftop projects by 2022, said Anand Kumar, secretary in the ministry of new and renewable energy.
Mumbai: Suzlon Global Services Ltd, the operations and maintenance (O&M) subsidiary of Suzlon Energy Ltd, is looking to raise up to $250 million by divesting a large minority stake, two people aware of the plan said.
New Delhi: In a major shift from the past, Indian Railways plans to bid out large tenders as high as 1,500km under the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) model for railway electrification, to achieve its target of full electrification by 2021.
New Delhi: Greenko Group and Hero Future Energies Pvt. Ltd are in separate talks with Singapore-based AT Capital Group to acquire Orange Renewable’s portfolio of 758 megawatt (MW) capacity, several people aware of the development said.
New York: General Electric Co.’s new boss is shrinking the company and slashing the dividend as he wrestles with one of the biggest slumps in the industrial behemoth’s 125-year history.