Synopsis: Minister for Coal Pralhad Joshi has said that the current power crisis has driven home the point that India needs coal and India's requirement for coal is expected to double by 2040 as electrification of various sectors rises
Synopsis: In the backdrop of a power crisis, state-run miner Coal India Ltd (CIL) has increased daily coal supplies to the power sector to 1.73 MT/day against a requirement of 2.54 MT/day. On an average, CIL supplied 1.66 MT of coal per day to power utilities in April
Synopsis: The total outstanding dues payable by the power sector to Coal India Ltd (CIL), which had been hovering around Rs 15,000 crore for the past several months, has come down by 18.4 percent to settle at Rs 12,272.41 crore at the end of FY22 (March 2022), government data showed
Synopsis: Captive power plants in non-power sectors, including steel and aluminium, are facing an acute coal shortage and if the situation doesn't improve soon, it might lead to the closure of several industrial units, INTUC National General Secretary has said
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