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Cheaper solar sparks change in energy use 25.5.2017 Business Standard: Companies & Industry
State govts cancelling coal power projects of 13 Gw indicates shift, says report
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Letters: Questions remain 24.5.2017 Latest News
The principle is that the decision-maker is responsible for the consequences of his action
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Adani Enterprises posts Rs 31 cr standalone Q4 loss in FY17 24.5.2017 Latest News
As against this, company had posted a standalone profit of Rs 71 cr in Q4 of 2015-16
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India cancels 13 Gw coal-based plants; sign of energy transformation: Study 24.5.2017 Latest News
Finding is part of a report by Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis
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Goa’s energy catastrophe: The state is reluctant to look at alternative energy options, despite the need for it 24.5.2017 TOI: Goa
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Poverty elimination cannot be ensured in Africa without ensuring energy security: Shri Goyal 24.5.2017 Govt of india: PIB
Union Minister of State for New & Renewable Energy, Power, Coal and Mines Shri Piyush Goyal launched 3rd International Solar Alliance programme
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India, China's climate change efforts make US look laggard, says NYT 24.5.2017 Latest News
Until recently, China and India have been cast as obstacles, at the very least reluctant conscripts
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India may look elsewhere for coal requirements against delays: Aus minister 24.5.2017 All Companies Stories
Queensland State Cabinet discussed whether to give Adani royalty discount, but no decision was made
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Implementing GST from July 1 a challenge for industry, says Assocham 24.5.2017 All Specials Stories
Says govt must consider relaxing penal provisions for two-quarters to help it comply with GST
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India may look elsewhere for coal requirements: Aus minister 24.5.2017 deccanherald.com
India could look elsewhere for its coal requirements if Queensland government delays its decision on a royalty holiday deal with the Indian energy giant Adani Group, Australian Resource Minister Matthew Canavan has warned. "India has a massive need for energy resources in the next couple of decades. A huge part of that will be increased coal use... We have the ability to produce the most environmentally sustainable energy resources for India," Canavan said, referring to the controversy involving the Adani Australias 16.5 billion dollar Carmichael coal project in Queensland. "But eventually theres going to come a point, after seven years, if there are continued deferrals, India will go elsewhere to look for coal," he said at a press briefing yesterday. "They (India) will look elsewhere if Australia cant provide that resource, and that would be a great cost to our country in terms of export revenues, in terms of royalties and taxes and of course most importantly in terms of jobs," he said. "Thats certainly ...
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Coal scam: Ex-coal secy Gupta, others get 2-yr jail 24.5.2017 Rediff: News
The court noted that Gupta made 'dishonest misrepresentation' before the then prime minister.
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Shanghai stocks down after Moody's downgrades China on growth concerns 24.5.2017 All International Stories
Moody's said growing leverage in China prompted the downgrade, and warned about slowing growth
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Jindal summoned as accused in coal block case 24.5.2017 TOI: India
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JK Paper lines up Rs 650 crore for investment, capex 24.5.2017 Business Standard: Today
JK Paper Limited (JKPL) line up around $100 million for investment and capex. The project will be backed by IFC's investment of around $50 million.JKPL is a leading Indian producer of office papers, packaging boards, printing and writing papers, and specialty papers.The proposed project consists of capacity and efficiency improvement capital expenditures at the two existing plants and refinancing of existing debt.IFC's investment aims to help the Company improve its productivity and restructure its balance sheet, in the process preparing the Company to capitalize on growth opportunities expected to be available in the sector in the short to medium term.The total project cost is estimated at approximately US$100 million. The proposed IFC investment is in the form of secured non-convertible debentures (NCDs) of up to Rs 3.35 billion ($50 million equivalent).The Project locations are at the Company's two plants JK Paper Mills, also called Unit JKPM located at Odisha, and in Central Pulp .
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NTPC-Kahalgaon celebrates 33rd Establishment Day 24.5.2017 TOI: Patna
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People divided over proposed paint, copolymer plant 24.5.2017 Hindu: Karnataka
There was a vertical division at a public hearing here on Tuesday over the establishment of a paint and copolymer plant by JSW Group at Musinayakanahalli in Sandur taluk of the district, with people e...
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GAIL draws up Rs 30,000 crore capex plan for expansion 23.5.2017 ET: Oil & Gas
We have investment plans for Rs 30,000 cr projects in hand, out of which Rs 8,000 cr in the coal gasification, 1,500 cr in city gas and Rs 1,000 cr in breakwater water project, said GAIL.
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Power minister hints at barring China from investing in India 23.5.2017 deccanherald.com
In an oblique reference to China, Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal on Tuesday said he will not allow any company from a country that does not permit an Indian firm to do business there to come to India. "If any transmission company of India, like the power grid, cannot bid, cannot invest, cannot set up transmission lines in any other country, then I will not allow any company of that country to come to India," he said. Though the minister did not name any country, his comments follow media reports that India may soon bar Chinese power companies from projects in the power sector, as China does not approve of foreign investment in electricity grids on security grounds. India allows 100% foreign direct investment in this business. "There should be reciprocity. Is India a punching bag that if you want, you come, invest and earn? But Indian companies cannot go and earn in your country. We believe in reciprocity and it is also a display of our strength," the minister told reporters here. "There is no ...
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GAIL to double petrochemical output 23.5.2017 HBL: Home
Gas Authority of India Ltd (GAIL), the country’s largest natural gas transmission company, wants to nearly double its petrochemical output in the coming fiscal, BC Tripathi, Chairman and Managing Dir...
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Will bar companies from countries that bar Indian firms: Goyal 23.5.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Companies from countries that do not allow Indian firms to do business will not be permitted to come to India, Power Minister Piyush Goyal said on Tuesday.
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