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Why Modi government’s LPG scheme has failed to take off in Odisha’s forest-dependent villages 21.1.2020 Scroll.in
Around 75% of the residents of one village have received an LPG connection. But only 5% refill it regularly.
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Several new projects launched under Mission Soulful Sivasagar 21.1.2020 The Assam Tribune
Several new projects launched under Mission Soulful Sivasagar
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Sterlite Power Launches Low Loss Conductor for Renewable Segment 20.1.2020 Projects Monitor

New product will reduce losses by 40% compared to conventional conductors Conductor will be cost-effective to help companies achieve emission reduction goals New Delhi, 20th January, 2020: Sterlite Power, a leading global player in power transmission, has developed an innovative solution to drastically reduce losses in the RE segment. The new product is a combination […]

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Adani Green Energy, Azure Power to develop 12,000 MW solar plants 20.1.2020 Projects Monitor

The Central government is in final stages of awarding 12,000 MW solar power generation contracts to winners of the first manufacturing-link solar scheme. Adani Green Energy will be awarded contracts to build 8,000 MW solar generation capacity and Azure Power will develop 4,000 MW solar plants and the companies will sell electricity at a tariff […]

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Solar lamps installed 19.1.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
Solar lamps installed
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Sterling and Wilson Solar wins ‘Utility-Scale Solar Project of the Year’ 17.1.2020 Projects Monitor

Mumbai, January 16, 2020: Sterling and Wilson Solar Limited (SWSL) (BSE Scrip Code: 542760; NSE Symbol: SWSOLAR), the world’s largest solar EPC solutions provider*, has been awarded the prestigious ‘Utility-Scale Solar Project of the Year’ at the recently held Middle East Solar Awards 2020 in Abu Dhabi. The Company was felicitated with the award during […]

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Solar plant set up at NIT-Agartala 15.1.2020 The Assam Tribune
Solar plant set up at NIT-Agartala
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Tata Power Solar Systems receives LoA for solar project from NTPC 14.1.2020 Projects Monitor

Tata Power Solar Systems, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Power, has received Letter of Award (LoA) for 250 MW solar project under the CPSU scheme. The company has secured the order from NTPC. The total value of the order is Rs 1,505 crore with a completion period of 20 months. With this order, the order […]

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Young climate activist Licipriya spells out her dreams 14.1.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
Young climate activist Licipriya spells out her dreams
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Union Power Minister releases State Energy Efficiency Index 2019 12.1.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
Union Power Minister releases State Energy Efficiency Index 2019
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Governor Address 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Budget Session of the Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha started with first address of the new Governor Mrs.Anandiben Patel. There were occasional disruptions by the Opposition Congress questioning the Government claims in certain field. The Budget will be presented on February 28 and the session will end on March 28. The Governor in her address said with determined efforts by her Government the state has made progress in all the field. She mentioned the state was self sufficient in the power potential. General consumers getting 24 hour power supply and for agriculture purposes 10 hour power supply being provided. The power generation of the State is 18,043 megawatt and by next year in 2019 it would be 20,000 mega watt. The transmission losses have down 2.71 per cent which is lowest in the country. In every year it will come down 2 to 3 per cent. She said in this very year upto October 2018 all the 35 lakhs house hold not having power, would get power connection. The ultra mega solar power project of ...
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Coal Sector Denationalized 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
In the year 1973 Prime Minister Mrs.Indira Gandhi in a well guarded secret move nationalized all the coal mines and now the Prime Minister Mr.Narendra Modi Government after a gap of 44 years denationalized the coal mining to private sector companies with the move monopoly of Central Government undertaking Coal India Limited has ended. So far it had been producing 80 per cent of total coal production of India and rest 20 per cent by private firms on getting allotment of coal block. Recently there had been 2 big scams the Spectrum in Communication sector and another in the allotment of coal blocks to private firm. In Spectrum case the Court has ruled that there is no scandal in it and entire deal was clean and right. It is estimated that the country has coal reserves of 300 billion tonnes. The coal energy is also source of our power energy. India generates 70 per cent of its power production from thermal plants. Presently the country besides its own coal production also importing coal from the Indonesia ...
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Govt taking measures for air pollution mitigation 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
New Delhi (UNI) To improve the air quality, the Government has taken various steps including improving fuel standards, stricter emission norms for power plants, banning of of bio-mass and garbage and dust mitigation measures, the Lok Sabha was informed on Friday. ‘We have taken five basic steps to improve for abatement of air pollution Delhi and NCR. We have leap-frogged from BS-IV to BS-VI fuel standards since April 1, 2018 in Delhi and from April 1, 2020 in the rest of the country,’ said Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar responding to supplementaries during Question Hour. There has 15 per cent reduction in stubble burning which causes a lot of pollution in the national capital, he said. The Minister said Badarpur thermal Plant has been closed from October, 2018, and notification issued for stricter emission norms for power plants. All brick kilns have been shifted to zig-zag technology in Delhi and NCR and installations have been made for online continuous 24X7 monitoring devices for all red ...
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Cyclone 'Fani' wreaks havoc in coastal districts of Odisha 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Bhubaneswar, Packing gusts of 195 kmph, cyclone 'Fani' swept into the east coast at 0800 hrs, wreaking havoc in many parts of Odisha where 11 lakh people had been evacuated as a precaution. Heavy rain and high velocity winds uprooted trees, swept away thatched huts and snapped power supply in the state. 'Fani' was the strongest storm to hit India since 2014, India Meteorological Department said. The extremely severe cyclonic storm, which weakened to a severe storm, left a trail of destruction in Ganjam, Puri, Khurda and Gajapati districts.The roof of Bhubaneswar Railway station was blown away. The top of recently renovated Kalinga cricket stadium was also damaged. Though the wind speed is slowly decreasing in Khurda area, rains are likely to continue. Devastation Waterlogging was witnessed in Bhubaneswar and Cuttack, while communication in Puri had totally broken down. Bhubaneswar Railway Station and Biju Patnaik International Airport have been also damaged. The area along Puri is witnessing strong ...
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Modi holds delegation level talks with Norwegian PM, discusses trade & investment 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
New Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Norwegian counterpart Erna Solberg held delegation level talks here on Tuesday. "Exploring new avenues for deepening bilateral relationship. PM Narendra Modi and PM Norway Ms Erna Solberg held delegation level talks," MEA spokesman Raveesh Kumar tweeted. He further said both the leaders discussed bolstering relations in trade and investment, blue economy, oceans and marine resources, climate change and renewable energy. In another missive, MEA spokesman wrote: "Adding strength and momentum to our relationship PM Modi warmly welcomed his Norwegian counterpart Ms Solberg to India ahead of delegation-level talks". The leaders last met at India-Nordic Summit in April 2018. India and Norway share warm and friendly relationship.The visiting Norwegian Prime Minister will also attend the three-day long Raisina Dialogue, which gets underway here on Tuesday.
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VIP Road will soon be illuminated by solar energy 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
VIP Road will soon be illuminated by solar energy
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Modi receives Champions of the Earth award for enviornmental policy leadership 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
New Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday received the United Nations’ highest environmental honour, the "UNEP Champions of the Earth" award for championing the International Solar Alliance and pledging to eliminate all single-use plastic in India by 2022. United Nation Secretary General Antonio Guterres presented the award at a special ceremony in the national capital.Modi has got the award jointly with Emmanuel Macron, president of France, for his unwavering commitment to tackling climate change around the world. The United Nations Environment Programme in a statement said the Indian prime minister and the French president were recognised in the Policy Leadership category "for their pioneering work in championing the International Solar Alliance and promoting new areas of levels of cooperation on environmental action, including Macron’s work on the Global Pact for the Environment and Modi’s unprecedented pledge to eliminate all single-use plastic in India by 2022." Receiving the award, ...
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Solar Power 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Madhya Pradesh Rewa ultra mega solar project, the biggest in the world this has commenced generation and supply of solar power from the midnight of the July 6-2018. The 750 mega watt solar project is spread over an area of 1560 acres. It is recognized in India and abored for its robust project structuring and numerous innovation. The Rewa project supplying solar power to the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation for train movement. The MP.P.C.L. which supplies solar power to state discom will get 76 per cent power produced from Rewa project. While the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation will get remaining 24 per cent. This supply will meet 90 per cent requirement of the Delhi Metro Rail Project. On the occasion the Chief Minister Mr Shivraj Singh Chauhan said that this project made possible an investment of over Rs. 4000 crores in the state. It is a big step towards pollution free clean energy. The 750 mw-project would leed to avoidance of carbondioxide generations of 154 lakh tonnes every year. This project is ...
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Green Energy 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The Madhya Pradesh Power Transmission Company has worked out a scheme of providing Green Energy Corridor in the state. In the renewable energy sector it will inter-linked its transmission system. In the first phase 1838 circuit kilometer lines will be spread out at the cost of Rs.2100 crores. In the coming five years renewable energy projects 4925 megawatt are envisaged. It will consist 3105 megawatt solar and 1820 non-solar. In the first phase three sub-station of 400 KV and seven of 220 KV will be set up. The first phase is of Rs.2100 crores and second phase will be of 1475 crores of rupees. The first phase will be completed on the three years time upto 2020. The seven stations are being set-up at Mandsaur, Sagar and Ujjain will be of 400 KW and 220 KW station will be set up at Sendhwa, Javra, Gudgoan, Kalvan, Ratangarh, Nalkheda and Sailana.
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South West Monsoon arrives in Kerala 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
New Delhi, The Southwest monsoon has set in over Kerala on Tuesday, three days ahead of its normal date, Indian Meterological Department (IMD) said on tuesday. ‘The Southwest Monsoon has further advanced into remaining parts of southeast Arabian Sea, Comorin – Maldives area, entire Lakshadweep, most parts of Kerala, some parts of Tamil Nadu and some more parts of southwest, central and northeast Bay of Bengal,’ IMD said. The IMD said,’Conditions are favorable for further advance of Southwest Monsoon into some parts of central Arabian Sea, remaining parts of Kerala, some parts of coastal and south interior Karnataka, some more parts of eastcentral and northeast Bay of Bengal, and some parts of northeastern states during next 48 hours.’ ‘There is a widespread rainfall occurred over Kerala, during the past three-four days. The 14 rainfall monitoring stations for Monsoon onset over Kerala have reported more than 60 per cent rainfall from May 25,’ the IMD said. In its forecast , the IMD saidf,’an ...
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