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DNA Edit: Barring foreign investors in the power sector is unwise - Daily News & Analysis

Wed, 24/05/2017 - 8:05am

Daily News & Analysis

DNA Edit: Barring foreign investors in the power sector is unwise
Daily News & Analysis
Undeniably, Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal has scripted a turnaround of the Indian power sector from the times of the UPA government. Thermal power stations are now adequately coal-stocked, UDAY is ushering in fiscal discipline in discoms and in the ...
New regulations to bar Chinese firms from Indian power sectorNewsBytes
Will bar companies from countries that bar Indian firms: GoyalSME Times
India keen to share latest renewable sector tech with AfricaIndia Today

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Won't allow companies from country barring Indian firms: Piyush Goyal - Economic Times

Tue, 23/05/2017 - 5:07pm

Economic Times

Won't allow companies from country barring Indian firms: Piyush Goyal
Economic Times
While Goyal did not name any country, the comments follow media reports that India may soon bar Chinese power companies from projects in the power sector, as China does not approve foreign investment in electricity grids on security grounds.
Will bar companies from countries that bar Indian firms: GoyalIndia.com

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Piyush Goyal hints India may soon bar Chinese power cos to invest in power sector - Daily News & Analysis

Tue, 23/05/2017 - 4:48pm

Daily News & Analysis

Piyush Goyal hints India may soon bar Chinese power cos to invest in power sector
Daily News & Analysis
While Goyal did not name any country, the comments follow media reports that India may soon bar Chinese power companies from projects in the power sector, as China does not approve foreign investment in electricity grids on security grounds. India ...
Will bar companies from countries that bar Indian firms: GoyalBusiness Standard

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China may soon be prohibited to participate in Indian power sector projects - Moneycontrol.com

Mon, 22/05/2017 - 2:10pm

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China may soon be prohibited to participate in Indian power sector projects
Moneycontrol.com
This move will impact Chinese firms who are looking to invest in Indian steadily growing power sector as China does not approve of foreign investments in its electricity grid for security reasons but India allows 100 percent foreign direct investment ...
As Chinese might grows, security concerns hound growing Indian smart gridBusiness Standard
Chinese Power Companies May Be Barred From Indian MarketSwarajya
Chinese companies won't be able to invest in India's power transmission. Here's whyBusinessinsider India

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Chinese companies won't be able to invest in India's power transmission. Here's why - Businessinsider India

Mon, 22/05/2017 - 1:23pm

Businessinsider India

Chinese companies won't be able to invest in India's power transmission. Here's why
Businessinsider India
This means, Chinese companies won't be able to invest in power transmission in India as China does not approve of overseas investments in its electricity grid for security reasons but India allows 100% foreign direct investment (FDI) in the power sector.
As Chinese might grows, security concerns hound growing Indian smart gridBusiness Standard
Chinese Power Companies May Be Barred From Indian MarketSwarajya

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Security concerns: India's new rules will bar Chinese companies in power sector - Times of India

Mon, 22/05/2017 - 8:52am

Times of India

Security concerns: India's new rules will bar Chinese companies in power sector
Times of India
NEW DELHI: India will soon bar Chinese power companies from projects in the power sector on security concerns after a policy that will define new conditions for foreign firms eyeing the multibillion-dollar market in one of the fastest growing major ...

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Security concerns: India's new rules will bar Chinese companies in power sector - ETEnergyworld.com

Mon, 22/05/2017 - 7:40am

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Security concerns: India's new rules will bar Chinese companies in power sector
ETEnergyworld.com
Security concerns: India's new rules will bar Chinese companies in power sector NEW DELHI: India will soon bar Chinese power companies from projects in the power sector on security concerns after a policy that will define new conditions for foreign ...

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India to give a 'power' blow to Chinese firms soon. Read how - Economic Times

Mon, 22/05/2017 - 12:20am

Economic Times

India to give a 'power' blow to Chinese firms soon. Read how
Economic Times
A formal office memorandum, expected in a month, will insulate the power transmission sector from companies based in countries that do not allow Indian entities in similar projects, a senior power ministry official told ET. The restriction will be ...

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India should actively get involved in Sri Lankan power sector growth: BMS Batagoda - Financial Express

Sat, 20/05/2017 - 2:38pm

Financial Express

India should actively get involved in Sri Lankan power sector growth: BMS Batagoda
Financial Express
India should actively participate in Sri Lanka's growing power sector, both traditional and renewable, a top government official has said. “India has a good opportunity and should actively participate. The two governments are active in exploring ...

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'India should actively get involved in Sri Lankan power sector growth' - Web India 123

Sat, 20/05/2017 - 2:07pm

'India should actively get involved in Sri Lankan power sector growth'
Web India 123
Batagoda said the Sri Lankan government has asked its power utility -- Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) -- and the Indian thermal power major NTPC Ltd to come up with a financial model for the proposed 500 MW liquefied natural gas (LNG)-fired power plant.

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'India should actively get involved in Sri Lankan power sector growth' - Business Standard

Sat, 20/05/2017 - 1:24pm

'India should actively get involved in Sri Lankan power sector growth'
Business Standard
India should actively participate in Sri Lanka's growing power sector, both traditional and renewable, a top government official has said. "India has a good opportunity and should actively participate. The two governments are active in exploring ...

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'India should actively get involved in Sri Lankan power sector growth' - Daijiworld.com

Sat, 20/05/2017 - 1:17pm

'India should actively get involved in Sri Lankan power sector growth'
Daijiworld.com
Colombo, May 20 (IANS): India should actively participate in Sri Lanka's growing power sector, both traditional and renewable, a top government official has said. "India has a good opportunity and should actively participate. The two governments are ...

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Coal linkage policy to energise power firms' growth trajectory - Economic Times

Sat, 20/05/2017 - 10:26am

Economic Times

Coal linkage policy to energise power firms' growth trajectory
Economic Times
The opportunities arising from better fuel availability, reduction in financial distress of DISCOMS and lower interest rate regime are likely to benefit the power sector greatly. As per a government report, India will double its coal production to 1.5 ...

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How will the higher tax rate impact the solar power sector? - ETEnergyworld.com

Sat, 20/05/2017 - 10:22am

ETEnergyworld.com

How will the higher tax rate impact the solar power sector?
ETEnergyworld.com
According to Vinay Rustagi, Managing Director at BridgeToIndia, a renewable energy-focussed consultancy firm, the sector does not need any more subsidies thanks to the sharp reduction n tariffs. “That is a sensible move in the long run because an ...
Power for 22 lakh households in 18 months: Piyush GoyalTimes of India

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Impact Of GST On The Power Sector - Live Law

Fri, 19/05/2017 - 5:54pm

Live Law

Impact Of GST On The Power Sector
Live Law
The Power Sector in India is as complex and chaotic as the near infinite, tangled, electricity lines that connect the homes of India. This paper deliberates on the crucial cogs in the power sector machinery, which are power production, transmission and ...

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Raising the 'Bar' for India's Power Sector - Economic and Political Weekly

Thu, 18/05/2017 - 7:58pm

Raising the 'Bar' for India's Power Sector
Economic and Political Weekly
Justices Pinaki Chandra Ghose and Rohinton Nariman of the Supreme Court, in a recent order, have produced a sterling judgment with far reaching consequences for two major private corporate players in India's power sector—companies in the Adani Group ...

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Will 'Shakti' strengthen stock price of Coal India? - Moneycontrol.com - Moneycontrol.com

Thu, 18/05/2017 - 1:36pm

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Will 'Shakti' strengthen stock price of Coal India? - Moneycontrol.com
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Shakti aims to ensure that all the power plants are supplied coal as per the linkages provided.

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Cabinet approves new coal allocation policy for power sector - The New Indian Express

Thu, 18/05/2017 - 6:26am

The New Indian Express

Cabinet approves new coal allocation policy for power sector
The New Indian Express
... Economic Affairs (CCEA), chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Wednesday approved a new, transparent coal allocation policy for the power sector called Shakti or Scheme for Harnessing and Allocating 'Koyala' (Coal) Transparently in India-2017.
Govt approves new coal linkage policy, pushes nuclear power plantsLivemint
Modified Coal Linkage Policy could be a game-changer: Angel BrokingEquity Bulls
Indian cabinet approves new coal linkage policy, pushes nuclear power plantsTimes of Oman

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A tricky path to India's solar-powered future - Livemint - Livemint

Thu, 18/05/2017 - 4:14am

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A tricky path to India's solar-powered future - Livemint
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The falling solar power tariffs should be welcomed—but it remains to be seen whether producers can deliver at those rates on a sustainable basis.
Solar power is now cheaper than coal-based electricity in India, but ...Quartz

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CLP India eyes transmission corridors, smart grids - Hindu Business Line

Wed, 17/05/2017 - 10:37pm

Hindu Business Line

CLP India eyes transmission corridors, smart grids
Hindu Business Line
We entered Indian power sector in 2002 with the acquisition of the 655-MW gas-fired plant in Bharuch in Gujarat. CLP owns and operates a 1320 MW (2x660 MW) supercritical coal-fired plant in Jhajjar, Haryana, taken up through an international ...

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