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Gadkari writes to Joshi, seeks pension revision for coal sector pensioners

The plight of coal sector pensioners has attracted the attention of Nitin Gadkari, who has written a letter to Coal Minister Pralhad Joshi

Power crisis: India’s coal production at 661.54 LT in April against requirement of 762 LT

Synopsis: During the month of April, India's total coal production stood at 661.54 lakh tonnes, while the power sector's estimated approximate requirement stood at 762 lakh tonnes. This means that there was a gap of around 100 lakh tonnes between coal production and demand

Will curtail availability of coal rakes to power plants found slacking in unloading coal: Govt

Synopsis: In a stern directive, the Ministry of Power has said that it will curtail the availability of coal rakes to power plants that have been found to be slacking in unloading coal from rakes

India’s coal production rose by 2% to 79.54 MT in Feb year-on-year

Synopsis: India's coal production increased by 2 percent to 79.54 Million Tonne (MT) from 77.99 MT during February this year as compared to February 2020. Out of the top 35 coal-producing mines, 14 mines performed more than 100 percent, said the Ministry of Coal

Govt okays single e-auction regime for power, non-power sector to avail non-linkage coal

Synopsis: The CCEA has approved the offering of all non-linkage coal by coal PSUs to both power and non-power sectors through one e-auction window of Coal India Ltd (CIL) and Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL)

COVID: Power sector employees are frontline workers, but coal sector employees are not! Why?

Even as power sector employees have been designated by the govt as frontline workers, Coal PSU employees in CIL & SCCL are yet to be prioritised for COVID-19 vaccination

Import of coal for blending purpose declines 54% in H1 due to improved availability

Due to increased availability of domestic coal, coal imported for blending purpose during April-September 2020 registered a decrease of about 54 percent vis-a-vis 2019

SCCL to set up 500 MW floating solar power plants in Telangana

SCCL is planning to set up a 500 MW floating solar power plant/s in Telangana as part of its diversification efforts

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