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    Anindya Upadhyay

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    India enters global smart-meter race to fight utility lossesPM Narendra Modi said to plan $3.1 billion boost for India’s solar factoriesGovernment’s target to set up 100 GW of solar plants drives local, foreign companiesACME to invest Rs 500 crore to support entrepreneurs in energy tech
    ReNew Power Ventures appoints Ajay K Goel as President of solar and new businessesDemand for talent rises across levels as solar firms double headcount each yearClean energy industry hails inclusion of renewables in priority sector lending; progressive move says SuzlonIndian companies may go green to meet power needs by 2020
    JBM Group to diversify into solar energy sector with Rs 1,600 crore investmentWind energy companies Gamesa, Suzlon & Mytrah infusing huge funds into solar energyNTPC takes small steps towards T&D; in talks with three statesNTPC looking to diversify its operations and widen the horizons
    NTPC aims to install 5,000 megawatt of solar power capacity in two yearsDelhi discoms ready plan to slash power bills by 12% from OctoberRajasthan looking to  encash upon private sector to light up power distributionNTPC’s solar power plans may become unviable as states reluctant to buy expensive clean energy
    Distribution companies expect Delhi's power demand to touch 6,400 MwCash crunch at power distribution of arm of Reliance Infra, Tata Power may force discoms to cut powerPower distribution arms of Reliance Infrastructure and Tata Power faces severe financial crunchGreen bonds’ value may double to $100 billion in 2015
    Value of green bonds issued to nearly double to $100 billion in 2015, says KPMGGovernment yet to devise policies for scaling up solar capacity to 100 GW by 2022How Narendra Modi envisioned a successful Solar Impulse 2 when everyone else was scepticalSolar Impulse lands in Ahmedabad
    Solar Impulse lands in Ahmedabad
    10 Mar 2015 11:03 PM IST
    Renewable energy sector upbeat on Budget 2015 proposalsDelhi discoms want subsidy payment to come directly to themNBFCs to prosper as credit requirement for clean energy projects poised to increase six-foldSuzlon, Myrah, Vikram, M&M say clean energy goal possible if govertment helps overcome constraints
    Mahindra Group's renewable energy arm aims to set up 1-GW solar projectsAmerica's First Solar mulls setting up plant in IndiaPM's big FDI push: Singapore's Sembcorp to buy stake in IDFC PE's Green Infra 
for $200 mnSolar businesses: How cos like Tata Power Solar, SELCO are making profits from renewable energy
    Obama in India: Foreign funds flow set to skyrocket for renewable energy projects in IndiaUS may help Narendra Modi government achieve target of 100 gigawatt of solar powerGovernment push to LED bulbs starts bringing down prices; industry phasing out tungsten bulbsChina's cheap solar panels cause dark spots in Indian market
    Hindustan Powerprojects Private Ltd planning to invest Rs 12,000 crore over the next two yearsVedanta plans power business in South AfricaIREDA to raise Rs 1,500 crore via tax-free bonds next fiscalRenewable energy companies gear up for big-ticket fundraising with IPOs
    Indian solar water heater manufactures facing heat from Chinese importsSteel ministry asks for steel to be kept on negative list for RCEPNew and renewable energy ministry takes cue from PM Narendra Modi, starts work on solar projectsSmall entrepreneurs’ solar energy business plans go awry
    China’s Trina Solar heeds PM Narendra Modi’s call, plans to ‘make in India’Navi Mumbai to house largest solar panel installation on damWind energy sector in India expected to attract Rs 20,000 crore of investmentsLithium-ion batteries to reduce cost and save energy for telecom tower companies
    Discontinuation of subsidy forcing many solar water heater makers to shut down operationsIndian economy lost Rs 50,000 crore on iron ore mining ban'We’re bullish on the way things are going'Ministry of new and renewable energy seeks loan from KfW to promote solar project
    Oil seed production globally caused panic in Indian edible oil industryCountry to face sugar deficit of over 2 million tonnes as banks refuse capital to UP millsCompanies like Ruchi Soya, ITC, others expect good festival sales as sugar, edible oil prices dipAround 25,000 villages to get electrified through micro-grids
    $100 billion investment likely in renewable energy in 5 years: Piyush Goyal, Power and coal ministerOverload of foreign nationals on boards may ground Jet-Etihad deal as aviation ministry raises objectionsJet-Etihad deal hits FDI turbulence zone; more clarity required on 'effective control'Ancillary services to help Indian carriers fly out of red
    Air India failed to utilise its chances: EmiratesCEOs of Emirates, Qatar seek revision of traffic rightsIndiGo a dark horse for Star Alliance which continues to woo Jet AirwaysIATA urges government not to single out aviation industry in terms of 'tax and regulations'
    Technical snag delays SpiceJet flightsGovernment plans to put checks on airfare pricingJet to focus on International routes as domestic market slowsSpiceJet seeks to ride out domestic slump through international expansion
    SpiceJet narrows March quarter loss to Rs 186 croreDrop in air traffic: Sops on cards for small airports to improve regional connectivityAirAsia says COO and CFO will be Indians, submits names of six directorsGulf Airlines engulfed in Indian fare dogfight, Etihad, Emirates offer cheaper outbound tickets
    IndiGo widens lead over other Indian carriers in AprilIncreased access to Etihad to benefit fliers: Ajit SinghThe how and what of air traffic rightsAir India fears shrinking market share post Jet-Etihad deal
    Jet-Etihad traffic rights scare local airlines and private airportsJet-Etihad deal: Passengers to benefit with lower fares, better connectionsAir capacity between Abu Dhabi and India nearly quadrupled to 49,970 seats per weekJet-Etihad deal: Bilateral traffic rights to boost profits of small airports
    Jet-Etihad deal: Bilateral flying rights between India-UAE will hurt industry, other airlinesAir India flying with its unfit, overweight cabin crewJet Airways for trebling of seats between India and Abu DhabiAir India to give preference to PSUs while leasing its real estate assets
    AirAsia's Tony Fernandes to rely on Kathleen Tan to pilot India take offAir India plans to connect New Delhi with international routes this yearOne-time nod for aircraft import
    One-time nod for aircraft import
    10 Apr 2013 05:00 AM IST
    US aircraft maker Textron eyes India's defence space
    Civil aviation ministry tried to thwart AirAsia's India plansAirAsia to hire flight attendants from April 13
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