These units would soon turn older than 25 years and can't be retrofitted to meet new emission norms Thermal power generating giant NTPC is likely to retire 25 power generating units, totalling 2,390
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious plan to give a push to renewable energy by bundling costlier solar power with cheap electricity produced in old thermal plants has failed to take off. After several
Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Bhule Ram Versus Union of India & Others dated 28/03/2014 regarding the market value of land situated in revenue village Aali, Delhi, for the purpose
Unavailability of natural gas and destruction of forests and water bodies due to our inability to use our coal fields optimally is having a huge impact on our health and environment Two monopolies. One private; the other public. One in gas; the other in coal. Both equally disastrous for the environment. I speak here of Reliance Industries Ltd and Coal India Ltd.