Monthly Archives: September 2019

Tata Power Solar wins 105 MW floating solar project in Kerala

Tata Power Solar has bagged the bid for 105MWp floating solar energy project in Kerala. The project will be executed on a reservoir of NTPC at Kayamkulam in Alappuzha district of the state, and will be commissioned not later than 21 months, a company statement said. The project will be executed on a reservoir of […]

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Bhopal set to go green with 100 electric buses in next six month

Bhopal is all set to go green as the the public transport system has decided to operate 100 electric buses on city roads in the next six months. Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) commissioner B Vijay Datta speaking to ET said that each of the 100 buses will have a capacity of about 38 seats and […]

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PFS and MDI Gurgaon signs MoU for renewable energy projects

PTC India Financial Services (PFS) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Management Development Institute (MDI) Gurgaon in the areas of infrastructure, especially sustainable infrastructure financing. The areas identified for work are renewable energy, transmission, generation and distribution of energy, climate protection financing, and energy efficiency. Pawan Singh, managing director and chief executive officer, PFS said, […]

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TATA Power-DDL and Havells signs MoU to ensure Safety against hazards of Electricity

To ensure safety of users against hazards of electric leakage, TATA Power -DDL and Havells India signed an MoU to strengthen the distribution of electrical protection devices in North Delhi. Along with that, both companies have also planned an extensive awareness and training program to encourage adoption of proper installation of circuit protection devices – […]

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The ClientEarth Foundation sue Poland’s major coal power plant

Environmental group has launched a legal challenge against Europe’s largest power plant – Belchatow – and two of its mines. Belchatow is a giant coal plant in Central Poland, burning 45 million tonnes of lignite, the dirtiest form of coal, every year – an entire tonne every second. Over its lifetime, the plant has emitted […]

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Australian tech billionaire announces to invest world’s largest solar farm

Australian technology billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes has announced that he would be investing to create the world’s largest solar farm. Cannon-Brookes, the co-founder of software company Atlassian, recently told the Australian Financial Review (AFR) that he would “shortly” declare how much he would pour into Singaporean company Sun Cable’s project which is worth about A$20 billion […]

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ABB to supply flash-charging technology to HESS for e-buses

ABB has bagged a $20 million order from Swiss bus manufacturer HESS to supply its flash-charging technology for 20 e-buses and related infrastructure for the French city of Nantes. The buses will be operated by public transport operator, Société d’Economie Mixte des Transports de l’Agglomération Nantaise (Semitan). Batteries mounted on the roofs of the Nantes […]

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Kolkata to set-up 241 EV Charging stations

Kolkata is reportedly gearing up to set-up 241 EV charging stations in the Metropolitan Area with a cost of Rs 125 crore. According to ET , the authorities are making this move looking into the rising fossil fuel prices and the budgetary benefits for having EVs. A N Biswas, power department commissioner and nodal officer […]

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