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Power supply under SHAKTI: Govt mulls EMD-like mechanism for states

The govt is considering EMD-like mechanism to ensure seriousness on the part of states who have reached out to PFC for power supply under SHAKTI scheme

Discoms dues: Govt says total outstanding dues of gencos down by Rs 24,680 cr

The dues owed by discoms to power gencos has registered its biggest decline in recent times as there has been a reduction of Rs 24,680 crore, said the Power Ministry

Privatisation not the only solution to discoms woes: NTPC CMD

Privatisation is not the only solution to the problems being faced by discoms as many state-owned entities are running efficiently and making profit, said NTPC CMD

AIPEF hold rally to protest against electricity amendment bill, privatisation

Thousands of power sector workers from different states held a massive rally at Jantar Mantar under the banner of AIPEF to protest against Electricity (Amendment) Bill 2022

IEX trade volume dips by 13% to stand at 7,972 mn units in October

The total trade volume of Indian Energy Exchange (IEX) dipped 13 percent to 7,972 million units (MU) in October compared to a year ago

India@100: The energy access challenge in power sector

Without addressing discoms’ financial viability, delivering affordable, reliable and clean power to consumers to ensure energy access will remain a pipe dream

Govt floats draft of revised policy for repowering 25.40 GW of wind power projects

The govt has released a revised draft of the National Repowering Policy under which it is looking to repower 25.406 GW of wind power projects

EESL installs 30 lakh smart meters in Bihar, UP, other states

EESL said that it has installed over 30 lakh smart prepaid meters across five states and Union Territory Andaman and Nicobar

Vodafone Idea, EESL to install 50 lakh IoT-based smart meters in UP, Haryana

Vodafone Idea and state-owned EESL (Energy Efficiency Services Limited) will install 33.3 lakh additional smart meters in Uttar Pradesh and Haryana

RE companies’ receivables from NTPC, SECI, discoms to shrink 20% this fiscal: CRISIL

Receivables of leading renewable companies will shrink 20 per cent during this financial year, Crisil Ratings said in a report

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