With this, the overall operating renewable capacity of TPREL now stands at 2,628 MW in India, Tata Power said in a statement.
The country has set a target of reducing the emission of greenhouse gases between 33 per cent and 35 per cent to combat climate change and global warming.
A government panel had suggested introduction of an upper limit of coal supply for each megawatt of installed capacity.
The data indicates that the outstanding & overdue amount have increased over the preceding month.
Power co pleaded that proceedings were under RBI norms invalidated by Supreme Court.
CG Power’s board is looking for more independent directors to work towards avoiding an IBC resolution, while Gautam Thapar wants a reentry after denying all allegations of assets diversion.
Embarrassed by July 12 letters to green power producers: Advocate general S Sriram
The 3rd RE-INVEST was to be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on October 30, 2019.
The scheme is to facilitate the procurement of power for three years from coal-based power plants that are already commissioned and do not have power purchase agreements (PPAs).
Shapoorji Pallonji, which is an operational creditor of the company has approached the appellate tribunal after the resolution plan provided nil amount against its total claim of Rs 45 crore.
All these properties were sealed between August 21 and September 9, 2019
The ministry did not specify the reason for postponing the meet. It said fresh dates would be announced after consultations with stakeholders.
The second edition of RE-INVEST was postponed five times because of global stakeholder disinterest, according industry insiders.
On the cards are a slew of progressive measures that could make the power generation behemoth comparable with any well-run company in India.
Auction fails to attract bidders; ceiling tariff increased to Rs 2.68 per unit from Rs 2.65.
According to the letter, discoms of Andhra Pradesh have the largest outstanding dues of Rs 2,000 crore, followed by Tamil Nadu (Rs 1,892.54 crore) and Telangana (Rs 1,565.08 crore).
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