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Govt considers Renewable Generation Obligation for TPPs set up after April 1, 2024

The Ministry of Power is considering introducing Renewable Generation Obligation (RGO) for thermal power plants (TPPs) set up after April 1, 2024

Coal available for power sector; 434 rail wagons transported per day in Q1: Joshi

Minister for Coal Pralhad Joshi told the Lok Sabha that there is no shortage of coal for the power sector, adding that Railways transported 434 wagons per day in Q1

Pricey coal to keep power tariff over Rs 6/unit in Q1, highest in past 5 fiscals: CRISIL

Synopsis: Tariff for merchant power sold on exchanges may average more than Rs 6 per unit this quarter — the highest for any quarter in the past five fiscals — driven by high prices of imported coal, said a new report by CRISIL

Energy crisis: Govt amends norms to improve availability of coal for IPPs

Synopsis: In the midst of an energy crisis, the government has announced a slew of amendments on Friday to improve the availability of coal for private power producers. The government has extended the period of supply of coal to IPPs from 1 year to 3 years

India to be self-sufficient in coal production for thermal power generation by 2024: Secy

Synopsis: India will be self-sufficient in coal production for thermal power generation by 2024, Coal Secretary Dr Anil Kumar Jain told the media after a review meeting at Western Coalfields Ltd (WCL) in Nagpur

NTPC coal imports swell a whopping 130% in Apr-Dec period of FY22

NTPC has recorded a whopping 130 percent increase in coal imports in the nine-month April-December period of FY22

India’s coal crisis produced twin glaring conclusions: Coal is expensive & unreliable

A key takeaway from India's coal crisis is the urgent need for the country to accelerate its transition to a secure, reliable and low-emissions electricity system

‘India has retired 56 coal-based thermal power plants since 2016; 47 more to follow’

India has retired a total of 56 coal-based thermal power plants between March 2016 and June this year, said MoS for Environment Ministry Ashwini Kumar Choubey

Govt to set up National Mission on Biomass to increase co-firing in thermal power plants

In order to address the issue of air pollution, the Ministry of Power has decided to set up a National Mission on use of Biomass in coal-based thermal power plants

India’s FY21 thermal capacity addition registers biggest-ever decline in atleast a decade

India’s thermal capacity addition was at its lowest in FY21 in a decade as the country added just 4,926.15 MW of coal-fired power plants

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