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Power minister cracks down on discoms, refuses to allow ATC loss to be passed on

Power ministry has outlined to disallow AT&C losses of beyond 15% from being recouped via higher tariffs

ReNew Power may buy Ostro Energy in Rs10,000 crore deal

The Ostro Energy acquisition, if successful, will consolidate ReNew Power’s position as the largest renewable energy company in India

Wind auction guidelines set minimum plant size at 25 mw

Wind energy projects should have a minimum capacity utilisation factor of 22% and will be penalised if they fall below that mark

Netherlands based company to invest 200 million euros to set up solar panel manufacturing unit in Assam

Hyet Solar, a company working in solar power is keen to invest 200 million euros to set up a plant in the state

Govt forms new policy for standardisation of renewable energy products

The policy also aims to develop standards for all renewable energy equipments in line with the international practices

Clear energy policy a must before a clean one; Ad hoc moves will not lead India anywhere

India accounts for 4.1% of global emissions, and the country opted for increased use of clean and green energy to reduce its emissions

Talaipalli coal block may start commercial production from 2019-20: NCC

Infra major NCC Ltd expects to start development and operation from 2019-20 onwards

Output woes continue at auctioned coal blocks

The government also allotted 11 mines to state energy departments for meeting their power demands

9,044 MW power units yet to be issued LoI 3-month after coal auction

Adani Power, GVK Power, Bajaj Hindustan, GMR and Reliance Power among others will issued LoI

There is no need to import coal: Power ministry tells High Court

Mahagenco had been importing costly coal for its power plants

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