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Power Sector News

SJVN starts commissioning 75 MW Parasan Solar Project in UP

SJVN has started commissioning its 75 MW solar power project in Parasan Solar Park, which is located at Tehsil Kalpi, Jalaun district near Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh

PFC completes successful resolution of Jhabua Power Limited

Power Finance Corporation (PFC) has completed the resolution of a stressed thermal power project, Jhabua Power Ltd, where it was the largest lender

Decarbonisation: Sembcorp sells India unit to Omanese consortia for Rs 11,734 cr

Sembcorp Industries has announced the sale of its entire stake in its India unit to an Omanese consortium for Rs 11,734 cr as part of its decarbonisation drive

REC seeks shareholders’ nod to raise up to Rs 75,000 cr via bonds

State-run REC Ltd will seek shareholders' approval to raise up to Rs 75,000 crore through issuance of bonds next week, as per the AGM notice

NTPC acquires 600 MW Jhabua power plant via NCLT route for Rs 925 crore

NTPC has announced the acquisition of 600-MW Jhabua Power Plant for Rs 925 crore, which is its first such deal through insolvency proceedings

NTPC Green Energy stake sale: ArcelorMittal, Brookfield, Canada pension fund among bidders

ArcelorMittal, Brookfield & Canada Pension are among over a dozen entities that have shown interest in buying a stake in NTPC Green Energy Ltd, said sources

Power grid to be more future ready, insulated from cyber attacks soon: RK Singh

India's power grid will soon be more future-ready & insulated from cyber attacks with the provision of routine inspections and timely action, RK Singh has said

NHPC inks pact with Himachal Pradesh for 500 MW Dugar hydro project

NHPC has inked a pact with the Himachal Pradesh government for the implementation of 500 MW Dugar Hydroelectric Project in Chamba district

Nepal begins exporting 364 MW of electricity to India

Nepal has started exporting the total approved 364 MW of additional electricity to India through its power exchange market

2 years after NLC boiler blast, CEA mandates power plants to hold yearly safety audits

Two years after two fatal fire mishaps were reported at NLC, the CEA has asked all thermal power plants to hold internal safety audits every year

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