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Indian companies may go green to meet power needs by 2020 22.4.2015 ET: Power
Under RE100 initiative, 100 large firms will rely exclusively on solar, wind, biomass or small hydro plants for their power requirements by 2020.
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Crucial meet today on climate action 22.4.2015 Hindu: News
On Earth Day, India will be among the countries discussing the phase-down of hydro fluorocarbons
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CEA retains Karcham Wangtoo project capacity at 1,000 MW 21.4.2015 HBL: Home
The Central Electricity Authority in a recent letter to the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission has said that the project capacity of the Karcham Wangtoo Hydro Electic Project in Himachal Pr...
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Mekedatu project: ‘minimum forest submergence, rehab requirements’ 21.4.2015 HBL: Home

Karnataka is planning the Mekedatu balancing reservoir with minimum forest submergence and rehabilitation and resettlement (R&R) requirements.Through this process, the government...

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Energy Efficiency: The Impact Of Renewable Power 21.4.2015 Oneindia.in: Public Notices
For most of the past decade, the term “global warming” has been tossed around, but just what does that mean exactly? Simply place the global warming is the gradual increase of the temperature of the atmosphere of the earth. Due to the greenhouse effect global warming is attributed to carbon dioxide and other harmful pollutants ...
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Rural Electrification Corporation incorporates 3 transmission SPVs as subsidiaries 21.4.2015 ET: Power
Following the announcement, shares of REC were trading at Rs 325, up 0.12 per cent on the BSE.
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Union panel to discuss 4000-MW Etalin project 21.4.2015 The Assam Tribune
Union panel to discuss 4000-MW Etalin project
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China's Silk Road Fund to invest in Pakistan hydro project 21.4.2015 New Kerala: World News
Read Full story of 'China's Silk Road Fund to invest in Pakistan hydro project' at newkerala.com.
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China's Silk Road Fund to invest in Pakistan hydro project 21.4.2015 All News-IANS Stories
China's Silk Road Fund, the China Three Gorges Corporation and the Private Power and Infrastructure Board of Pakistan signed an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Monday for jointly developing hydropower in Pakistan, a Chinese official said.
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Central task force meet on river interlinking 20.4.2015 HBL: Home
To build consensus among States, draw blueprint
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'India being watched for its contribution to climate change', says US envoy 20.4.2015 New Kerala: India News
Read Full story of ''India being watched for its contribution to climate change', says US envoy' at newkerala.com.
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Arunabha Ghosh: Build capacity for energy diplomacy 20.4.2015 Latest News
In 1911, Winston Churchill, then first lord of the Admiralty, made the decision to change the Royal Navy's primary fuel from coal (which was mined locally in Wales) to oil imported from Persia. Thus began the period of great powers seeking energy ...
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Hydro-carbon vision document for Northeast soon: Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan 20.4.2015 ET: Policy
Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan also said the vision document will cover all natural resources available in the Northeast.
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Chinese Prez Xi set to sign USD 46 bn CPEC deal on Pak visit 20.4.2015 deccanherald.com
Chinese President Xi Jinping will arrive here today on his first official visit to Pakistan where he is expected to sign a landmark agreement for an economic corridor worth USD 46 billion that will stabilise Pakistans cash-strapped economy and expand the Communist giants influence in Indias neighbourhood. The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will link Chinas underdeveloped far-western region to Pakistans Gwadar deep-sea port on the Arabian Sea via PoK through a massive and complex network of roads, railways, business zones, energy schemes and pipelines. A fleet of eight JF-17 Thunder fighter jets - jointly made by the two countries - will escort the Chinese president once his plane enters Pakistani airspace. A red-carpet welcome will be accorded to Xi who has chosen Pakistan as his first foreign destination in 2015 after cancelling his previous trips. Pakistani Development Minister Ahsan Iqbal said that the the total cost of the CPEC is USD 46 billion. "It is not a single project but includes ...
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Honduran indigenous rights campaigner wins Goldman prize 20.4.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

Berta Cáceres has won the world’s leading environmental award for her campaigning against the construction of the Agua Zarca dams

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No power procurement plan designed to meet shortages 20.4.2015 News
In February this year, when the seasonal demand for electricity is usually not very high, the power shortage during the peak demand period averaged 2.5% -- starkly down from 13.8% in August 2014.
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Manoharpur Coal Mine Operation Likely in 2017 20.4.2015 newindianexpress.com
OCPL will furnish bank guarantee and make part payment of upfront amount before April 30 to Ministry of Coal
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Centre divided on six U'khand hydro projects 19.4.2015 deccanherald.com
Absence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi was cited by Attorney General Mukul Rohtagi as the principal reason to firm up the government's stand on the future of six Uttrakhand hydro power projects, whose fate are under cloud since the devastating deluge hit the hill state in 2013. A week back, the top law officer of the government sought two weeks of additional time from the Supreme Court to finalise a comprehensive affidavit on the part of the Centre citing reasons like "inter-ministerial conflict" and the "highest authority being out of the country". Rohtagis comments come in the wake of submission of two more expert reports commissioned by the Ministry of Environment and Forest and the Ministry of Water Resources. The controversial projects are Lata-Tapoban (171 MW by National Thermal Power Corporation); Kotlibhel-IA (196 MW by National Hydroelectric Power Corporation); Jhellum Tamak (108 MW by Tehri Hydro Development Corporation); Alakananda (300 MW by GMR); Khirao Ganga (4 MW by Super Hydroelectric ...
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No forest standing 19.4.2015 HBL: Home
The ‘Green Signals’ emanating from this government are disquieting
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Pakistan expects $50 bn investment as China's Xi Jinping embarks on visit 19.4.2015 Zee News : South Asia
 Chinese President Xi Jinping will arrive here on Monday on his maiden visit to Pakistan during which the two sides will sign several agreements, including defence, worth USD 50 billion that will stabilise Pakistan's cash-strapped economy and expand the Communist giant's influence in India's neighbourhood.
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