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Govt hints coal crisis was caused by power sector’s failure to predict surge in demand

While refraining from pinning the blame on any side, the govt has for the first time hinted what could have caused the grim coal crisis between September and October this year

Increase in coal price is inevitable, says Coal India Chairman

Coal India Chairman Pramod Agrawal has said that increase in coal price is inevitable even as he has assured that it will be done only after taking all stakeholders onboard

Power sector employees to protest against Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2021 on Nov 29

Power sector employees are going to hold demonstrations across all state capitals on November 29 to protest against the Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2021

Power crisis: CIL despatches highest-ever coal in April-October period

CIL despatched a total of 364.4 MTs of coal during the first seven months of the ongoing fiscal, the highest-ever for this period so far

Coal crisis: Number of TPPs with zero coal stock comes down from 16 to 13

The number of thermal power plants (TPPs) with zero coal stock has come down to 13 from 16 a few days ago, according to the latest data sourced from the CEA

Power crisis: MCL ramps up average coal despatch to 5.12 lakh tonne per day

Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL) has augmented its business operations and is clocking an average daily coal despatch of over 5.1 lakh tonne

Low coal stock: Govt assures ample coal available to meet India’s power demand

The Ministry of Coal has assured that there is ample coal available in India to meet the rise in power demand

IEX’s real-time market witnesses robust 235% growth in June y-o-y

Signalling a good appetite amidst DISCOMs for procuring power in real-time, the IEX real-time electricity market has witnessed a strong growth in June of 235 percent y-o-y

IEX’s green term-ahead market trades highest-ever electricity volume of 357 MU in May

Indian Energy Exchange’s (IEX) green term-ahead market has traded the highest-ever volume of 357 MU during May

Bhutan, Bangladesh to join IEX’s Cross Border Electricity Trade platform soon

IEX has said that India’s neighbours Bhutan and Bangladesh will follow in the footsteps of Nepal and join the Cross Border Electricity Trade platform soon

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