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29 февраля, 21:00

LIC увеличила свою долю в NTPC до 12,98%

Государственная страховая компания Индии LIC (Life Insurance Corporation of India) увеличила свою долю в крупнейшей в стране энергетической компания NTPC до 12,98%. Так, LIC приобрела 243,15 млн акций NTPC, при этом финансовые и прочие условия сделки пока не разглашаются.

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29 февраля, 09:36

LIC увеличила свою долю в NTPC до 12,98%

Государственная страховая компания Индии LIC (Life Insurance Corporation of India) увеличила свою долю в крупнейшей в стране энергетической компания NTPC до 12,98%. Так, LIC приобрела 243,15 млн акций NTPC, при этом финансовые и прочие условия сделки пока не разглашаются.

10 августа 2015, 13:45

India stocks lower at close of trade; S&P CNX Nifty down 0.46%

India stocks were lower after the close on Monday, as losses in the Metals, Oil&Gas and Consumer Durables sectors led shares lower. At the close in NSE, the S&P CNX Nifty fell 0.46%, while the BSE Sensex 30 index fell 0.48%. The best performers of the session on the S&P CNX Nifty were Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. (NSE:BHEL), which rose 2.37% or 6.30 points to trade at 272.45 at the close. Meanwhile, Hero MotoCorp Limited (NSE:HROM) added 1.58% or 42.10 points to end at 2703.95 and Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. (NSE:MRTI) was up 0.99% or 44.20 points to 4497.15 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Oil And Natural Gas Corporation Ltd (NSE:ONGC), which fell 2.76% or 7.80 points to trade at 275.05 at the close. Mahindra&Mahindra Ltd. (NSE:MAHM) declined 2.20% or 30.60 points to end at 1359.70 and Tata Motors Ltd . (NSE:TAMO) was down 1.96% or 7.70 points to 385.70. The top performers on the BSE Sensex 30 were Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. (BO:BHEL) which rose 2.01% to 271.15, Hero MotoCorp Limited (BO:HROM) which was up 1.67% to settle at 2704.85 and Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. (BO:MRTI) which gained 1.03% to close at 4497.70. The worst performers were Oil And Natural Gas Corporation Ltd (BO:ONGC) which was down 2.55% to 275.10 in late trade, Mahindra&Mahindra Ltd. (BO:MAHM) which lost 1.96% to settle at 1360.45 and NTPC Limited (BO:NTPC) which was down 1.91% to 131.30 at the close. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the India National Stock Exchange by 828 to 622 and 10 ended unchanged; on the Bombay Stock Exchange, 466 fell and 288 advanced, while 2 ended unchanged. Shares in Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. (NSE:MRTI) rose to all time highs; rising 0.99% or 44.20 to 4497.15. Shares in Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. (BO:MRTI) rose to all time highs; gaining 1.03% or 45.75 to 4497.70. The India Vix, which measures the implied volatility of S&P CNX Nifty options, was up 3.72% to 15.4650. Gold for December delivery was down 0.05% or 0.60 to $1093.50 a troy ounce. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in September rose 0.17% or 0.07 to hit $43.95 a barrel, while the October Brent oil contract rose 0.76% or 0.38 to trade at $49.62 a barrel. USD/INR was up 0.22% to 63.880, while EUR/INR fell 0.10% to 69.8300. The US Dollar Index was up 0.28% at 97.93.

14 июля 2015, 02:00

Thermal Power Expands Feverishly in India

In the town of Patratu in eastern India will soon stand a thermal power plant generating 6,400 megawatts. That is 11 percent bigger than the Taichung Power Plant in Taiwan, currently the world's largest coal-fired station. This project is headed by the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC), a publicly-owned Indian power utility, and the government of the state of Jharkhand. This will provide a much-needed service to India, especially for farms and businesses. Due to an energy deficit of nearly 160 gigawatts, 400 million Indians do not have regular access to electricity. To India's economic planners, thermal power is the only viable option to fulfill India's energy demand. India has 297 thermal power stations, 14 percent of which are owned by the NTPC. These stations generate 189 gigawatts. A recent study by CoalSwarm and the Sierra Group, two American agencies, pegged the number of proposed Indian coal-fired plants at 588, with an installed capacity of 390 gigawatts. The Role of King Coal Coal currently accounts for approximately 60 percent of the total energy generated in India since the country has the fifth largest coal reserves in the world. However, production must be improved if India is to have hope of closing in on its energy deficit. Manish Aggarwal, head of the industry advisory service KPMG's energy and natural resources division in India, says that "India needs the latest technology, the latest equipment and international expertise if it is to raise coal production." Virginia-based AES Corporation operates a dual 210-megawatt thermal power unit in Odisha in eastern India. AES proposed a new "super-critical" thermal power plant to be built in the state of Chhattisgarh. A super-critical plant operates at higher temperatures to maximize fuel efficiency and minimize greenhouse gas emissions. It will have an efficiency rate exceeding 45 percent as well as reduced carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur emissions. Investment Opportunities India presents a significant investment opportunity for foreign power companies. For one, this sector is profitable in India, generating 15-17 percent margins with fixed purchase power agreements. The government also encourages foreign direct investment. The National Tariff Policy allows power companies to make relatively predictable returns on invested capital. By opening ports on the west coast, American coal producers will more easily and cost-effectively ship coal mined in Wyoming and Montana to Asia. They plan to build railroads to connect the Pacific Northwest with these coal mines. Ambre Energy, an Australian company, is spearheading the Morrow Project, which, when completed, will transport up to 8 million tons of coal to ports on the west coast every year. Mitigating Climate Change This year, India's Ministry for Environment and Forests established new rules requiring power companies to reduce sulfur and nitrogen dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants by 80% within the next three years. India is on the path to safer and cleaner expansion of thermal power. Experts estimate that India's clean coal capacity will grow by 103 gigawatts over the next decade. Circulating fluidized bed-combustion, another clean coal process, has a 45 percent efficiency rate and results in reduced pollution rates. It is currently utilized in 60 thermal power units in India including the Neyveli Lignite Corporation complex in Tamil Nadu and Simhadri Power Plant in Andhra Pradesh. This process will become more common as India imposes regulations on existing coal-fired power plants. Just a couple of months ago, Essar Power Gujarat and CLP India were honored by the Peabody Energy Advanced Energy for Life Clean Coal Awards. Presented by the world's largest private coal company, the award commended the Indian power plants for their below-average sulfur and nitrogen emissions. Thermal power in India is a rapidly expanding sector. As India becomes a more populous and industrialized state, efficient power plants and clean coal techniques must also develop to keep with the times. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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07 июля 2015, 13:45

India stocks lower at close of trade; S&P CNX Nifty down 0.13%

India stocks were lower after the close on Tuesday, as losses in the Technology, IT and Power sectors led shares lower. At the close in NSE, the S&P CNX Nifty fell 0.13%, while the BSE Sensex 30 index lost 0.13%. The best performers of the session on the S&P CNX Nifty were Asian Paints Ltd. (NSE:ASPN), which rose 5.24% or 41.05 points to trade at 824.60 at the close. Meanwhile, Coal India Limited (NSE:COAL) added 2.18% or 9.15 points to end at 428.90 and UltraTech Cement Ltd (NSE:ULTC) was up 1.91% or 59.25 points to 3161.50 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were HCL Technologies Ltd (NSE:HCLT), which fell 3.47% or 33.65 points to trade at 936.30 at the close. Vedanta Ltd (NSE:VDAN) declined 2.97% or 4.85 points to end at 158.55 and NTPC Limited (NSE:NTPC) was down 2.57% or 3.55 points to 134.45. The top performers on the BSE Sensex 30 were Coal India Limited (BO:COAL) which rose 2.06% to 428.60, Housing Development Finance Corp. (BO:HDFC) which was up 1.47% to settle at 1337.35 and Wipro Ltd. (BO:WIPR) which gained 0.66% to close at 553.45. The worst performers were Vedanta Ltd (BO:VDAN) which was down 2.76% to 158.55 in late trade, NTPC Limited (BO:NTPC) which lost 2.61% to settle at 134.35 and Hero MotoCorp Limited (BO:HROM) which was down 1.91% to 2562.50 at the close. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the India National Stock Exchange by 879 to 565 and 7 ended unchanged; on the Bombay Stock Exchange, 432 rose and 315 declined, while 2 ended unchanged. Shares in Coal India Limited (NSE:COAL) rose to all time highs; rising 2.18% or 9.15 to 428.90. Shares in Vedanta Ltd (NSE:VDAN) fell to 52-week lows; down 2.97% or 4.85 to 158.55. Shares in Coal India Limited (BO:COAL) rose to all time highs; rising 2.06% or 8.65 to 428.60. Shares in Vedanta Ltd (BO:VDAN) fell to 52-week lows; falling 2.76% or 4.50 to 158.55. The India Vix, which measures the implied volatility of S&P CNX Nifty options, was up 1.81% to 16.3075. Gold for August delivery was down 0.18% or 2.10 to $1164.50 a troy ounce. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in August rose 0.03% or 0.01 to hit $53.02 a barrel, while the August Brent oil contract rose 0.31% or 0.18 to trade at $57.34 a barrel. USD/INR was up 0.34% to 63.480, while EUR/INR fell 0.43% to 69.6470. The US Dollar Index was up 0.70% at 97.10.

29 июня 2015, 13:45

India stocks lower at close of trade; S&P CNX Nifty down 0.75%

India stocks were lower after the close on Monday, as losses in the Real Estate, IT and Technology sectors led shares lower. At the close in NSE, the S&P CNX Nifty fell 0.75%, while the BSE Sensex 30 index declined 0.60%. The best performers of the session on the S&P CNX Nifty were Hindustan Unilever Ltd. (NSE:HLL), which rose 1.40% or 12.45 points to trade at 900.40 at the close. Meanwhile, Punjab National Bank (NSE:PNBK) added 1.21% or 1.65 points to end at 137.55 and Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd. (NSE:BPCL) was up 1.14% or 9.80 points to 871.85 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Tech Mahindra Limited (NSE:TEML), which fell 7.37% or 38.45 points to trade at 483.35 at the close. Hindalco Industries Ltd. (NSE:HALC) declined 3.55% or 4.15 points to end at 112.85 and HCL Technologies Ltd (NSE:HCLT) was down 3.01% or 28.85 points to 928.40. The top performers on the BSE Sensex 30 were Hindustan Unilever Ltd. (BO:HLL) which rose 1.66% to 901.10, NTPC Limited (BO:NTPC) which was up 0.80% to settle at 138.75 and ITC Ltd (BO:ITC) which gained 0.53% to close at 310.15. The worst performers were Hindalco Industries Ltd. (BO:HALC) which was down 3.55% to 112.80 in late trade, State Bank Of India (BO:SBI) which lost 2.08% to settle at 259.55 and Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (BO:SUN) which was down 2.03% to 849.65 at the close. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the India National Stock Exchange by 1091 to 332 and 5 ended unchanged; on the Bombay Stock Exchange, 601 fell and 149 advanced, while 3 ended unchanged. Shares in Tech Mahindra Limited (NSE:TEML) fell to 52-week lows; down 7.37% or 38.45 to 483.35. Shares in Hindalco Industries Ltd. (NSE:HALC) fell to 52-week lows; losing 3.55% or 4.15 to 112.85. Shares in Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd. (NSE:BPCL) rose to all time highs; rising 1.14% or 9.80 to 871.85. Shares in Hindalco Industries Ltd. (BO:HALC) fell to 52-week lows; falling 3.55% or 4.15 to 112.80. The India Vix, which measures the implied volatility of S&P CNX Nifty options, was up 9.76% to 17.2975. Gold for August delivery was up 0.29% or 3.40 to $1176.60 a troy ounce. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in August fell 2.51% or 1.50 to hit $58.13 a barrel, while the August Brent oil contract fell 2.90% or 1.83 to trade at $61.42 a barrel. USD/INR was up 0.70% to 63.895, while EUR/INR rose 0.27% to 71.0410. The US Dollar Index was up 0.20% at 95.79.

15 июня 2015, 22:15

Emerson to Convene India's Energy Demand on NTPC's New Order - Analyst Blog

Premium industrial goods company Emerson Electric Co. (EMR) is all set to assist India in mitigating its growing energy demand.

08 июня 2015, 17:10

SunEdison (SUNE) Plans Expansion in India, to Invest $15B - Analyst Blog

According to the Wall Street Journal, SunEdison Inc. (SUNE) is set to expand its base in India by investing $15 billion in the country through 2022.

05 июня 2015, 13:45

India stocks lower at close of trade; S&P CNX Nifty down 0.20%

India stocks were lower after the close on Friday, as losses in the Real Estate, Banking and IT sectors led shares lower. At the close in NSE, the S&P CNX Nifty declined 0.20%, while the BSE Sensex 30 index lost 0.17%. The best performers of the session on the S&P CNX Nifty were Coal India Limited (NSE:COAL), which rose 4.32% or 16.80 points to trade at 405.35 at the close. Meanwhile, Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd. (NSE:ZEE) added 3.46% or 11.25 points to end at 336.60 and GAIL Ltd (NSE:GAIL) was up 3.21% or 12.00 points to 386.15 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Ambuja Cements Ltd. (NSE:ABUJ), which fell 3.14% or 7.20 points to trade at 221.80 at the close. ACC Ltd (NSE:ACC) declined 2.21% or 32.40 points to end at 1434.50 and UltraTech Cement Ltd (NSE:ULTC) was down 2.15% or 61.80 points to 2806.25. The top performers on the BSE Sensex 30 were Coal India Limited (BO:COAL) which rose 4.44% to 405.60, Gail (India) Ltd. (BO:GAIL) which was up 3.42% to settle at 386.80 and NTPC Limited (BO:NTPC) which gained 2.52% to close at 140.15. The worst performers were ICICI Bank Ltd. (BO:ICBK) which was down 2.18% to 284.50 in late trade, Tata Motors Ltd. (BO:TAMO) which lost 2.11% to settle at 442.60 and Housing Development Finance Corp. (BO:HDFC) which was down 1.68% to 1197.25 at the close. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the India National Stock Exchange by 759 to 660 and 11 ended unchanged; on the Bombay Stock Exchange, 364 fell and 361 advanced. The India Vix, which measures the implied volatility of S&P CNX Nifty options, was down 0.19% to 18.0875. Gold for August delivery was down 0.06% or 0.70 to $1174.50 a troy ounce. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in July fell 0.59% or 0.34 to hit $57.66 a barrel, while the July Brent oil contract fell 0.23% or 0.14 to trade at $61.88 a barrel. USD/INR was down 0.25% to 63.800, while EUR/INR fell 0.23% to 71.7210. The US Dollar Index was up 0.15% at 95.64.

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14 мая 2015, 16:08

Правительство Индии продает доли в госкомпаниях

Власти Индии решили продать части своих пакетов в некоторых государственных компаниях - нефтяной Indian Oil и национальной теплоэнергетической корпорацией Индии (National Thermal Power Corporation, NTPC).

14 мая 2015, 16:08

Правительство Индии продает доли в госкомпаниях

Власти Индии решили продать части своих пакетов в некоторых государственных компаниях - нефтяной Indian Oil и национальной теплоэнергетической корпорации Индии (National Thermal Power Corporation, NTPC).

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14 мая 2015, 16:08

Правительство Индии продает доли в госкомпаниях

Власти Индии решили продать части своих пакетов в некоторых государственных компаниях - нефтяной Indian Oil и национальной теплоэнергетической корпорацией Индии (National Thermal Power Corporation, NTPC).

25 марта 2015, 14:18

Japan Faces Harsh Criticism After Financing Coal Plants Using Climate Cash

MUTTAGI, India (AP) — Despite mounting protests, Japan continues to finance the building of coal-fired power plants with money earmarked for fighting climate change, with two new projects underway in India and Bangladesh, The Associated Press has found. The AP reported in December that Japan had counted $1 billion in loans for coal plants in Indonesia as climate finance, angering critics who say such financing should be going to clean energy like solar and wind power. Japanese officials now say they are also counting $630 million in loans for coal plants in Kudgi, India, and Matarbari, Bangladesh, as climate finance. The Kudgi project has been marred by violent clashes between police and local farmers who fear the plant will pollute the environment. Tokyo argues that the projects are climate-friendly because the plants use technology that burns coal more efficiently, reducing their carbon emissions compared to older coal plants. Also, Japanese officials stress that developing countries need coal power to grow their economies and expand access to electricity. "Japan is of the view that the promotion of high-efficiency coal-fired power plants is one of the realistic, pragmatic and effective approaches to cope with the issue of climate change," said Takako Ito, a spokeswoman for the Foreign Ministry. Climate finance is money promised by rich countries in U.N. climate talks to help poor countries limit their carbon emissions. Japan announced at a U.N. climate conference in Peru in December that it has provided $16 billion in climate finance since 2013. Yet the U.N. has no rules defining climate finance, meaning governments decide for themselves what projects to include in their accounting. Environmental activists are demanding that at the very least, climate finance should exclude coal and other fossil fuels that scientists blame for warming the planet. "Japan's support for new coal-fired power plants not only destroys the climate — it also displaces communities, is likely to cause untold local environmental damage, and primarily benefits Japanese companies instead of recipient countries," said Brandon Wu of ActionAid. "This is unacceptable on its own, and the fact that it is being done in the name of 'climate finance' makes a farce of the entire concept," he said. Climate activists are now urging the recently created Green Climate Fund, which is supposed to become a key channel of climate finance, to explicitly ban funding for fossil fuel projects. The issue is likely to be discussed at the GCF's board meeting this week in South Korea. The Matarbari plant is financed with a Japanese development loan agreed with the government of Bangladesh last June. The Kudgi project is partially financed by the Japan Bank for International Cooperation, which supports Japanese companies abroad through export credits. JBIC agreed in January 2014 to provide $210 million in loans to Indian power company NTPC Ltd. to finance the purchase of steam turbine generators and boiler feed water pumps to be used in the coal plant from a local subsidiary of Toshiba, a major Japanese company. Construction there has resumed after coming to a standstill following violent protests last July when police opened fire on angry demonstrators. Two farmers were wounded in the shootings. One of them, Chandappa Holleppa, said he was shot in the stomach and left hand. "I fell on the road and was bleeding badly," he told the AP. "Policemen picked me up and took me to a hospital," where he remained for two months. The protesters have set up a makeshift shed of bamboo sticks and tin sheets and plastic in the nearby village of Muttagi. They are focused on the plant's local environmental impact like potential air pollution, rather than its contribution to global carbon emissions. "We want more power but not this one," said Sidramappa Ranjanagi, who leads a local farmers' organization. "In America they have stopped coal-based plants because it affects people's health. Why can't the government come up with solar power plants? We use solar power units at home here and they're good." A. Sathyabhama, a technical services manager at the plant, said NTPC is trying to assure the villagers that the plant is environmentally safe. Japanese environmental activist Yuki Tanabe has met with JBIC officials several times to urge them to withdraw funding for the Kudgi plant, citing concerns over human rights violations and environmental damage. "JBIC responded that the human rights situation has been improved, and environmental concerns have been addressed," Tanabe said. "The project was approved, and no possibility to stop it now." Japan's Foreign Ministry, which compiles the list of projects that get the climate finance label, said there was no change in policy regarding Kudgi. "We are aware that the project mentioned was temporarily halted due to the protests by local residents," Ito said. "But we also understand that the project company responded to them properly and the project is being continued with appropriate monitoring in line with JBIC guidelines" for environmental and social considerations. ___ Ritter reported from Stockholm. AP reporter Ken Moritsugu in Tokyo contributed.

25 марта 2015, 14:18

Japan Faces Harsh Criticism After Financing Coal Plants Using Climate Cash

MUTTAGI, India (AP) — Despite mounting protests, Japan continues to finance the building of coal-fired power plants with money earmarked for fighting climate change, with two new projects underway in India and Bangladesh, The Associated Press has found. The AP reported in December that Japan had counted $1 billion in loans for coal plants in Indonesia as climate finance, angering critics who say such financing should be going to clean energy like solar and wind power. Japanese officials now say they are also counting $630 million in loans for coal plants in Kudgi, India, and Matarbari, Bangladesh, as climate finance. The Kudgi project has been marred by violent clashes between police and local farmers who fear the plant will pollute the environment. Tokyo argues that the projects are climate-friendly because the plants use technology that burns coal more efficiently, reducing their carbon emissions compared to older coal plants. Also, Japanese officials stress that developing countries need coal power to grow their economies and expand access to electricity. "Japan is of the view that the promotion of high-efficiency coal-fired power plants is one of the realistic, pragmatic and effective approaches to cope with the issue of climate change," said Takako Ito, a spokeswoman for the Foreign Ministry. Climate finance is money promised by rich countries in U.N. climate talks to help poor countries limit their carbon emissions. Japan announced at a U.N. climate conference in Peru in December that it has provided $16 billion in climate finance since 2013. Yet the U.N. has no rules defining climate finance, meaning governments decide for themselves what projects to include in their accounting. Environmental activists are demanding that at the very least, climate finance should exclude coal and other fossil fuels that scientists blame for warming the planet. "Japan's support for new coal-fired power plants not only destroys the climate — it also displaces communities, is likely to cause untold local environmental damage, and primarily benefits Japanese companies instead of recipient countries," said Brandon Wu of ActionAid. "This is unacceptable on its own, and the fact that it is being done in the name of 'climate finance' makes a farce of the entire concept," he said. Climate activists are now urging the recently created Green Climate Fund, which is supposed to become a key channel of climate finance, to explicitly ban funding for fossil fuel projects. The issue is likely to be discussed at the GCF's board meeting this week in South Korea. The Matarbari plant is financed with a Japanese development loan agreed with the government of Bangladesh last June. The Kudgi project is partially financed by the Japan Bank for International Cooperation, which supports Japanese companies abroad through export credits. JBIC agreed in January 2014 to provide $210 million in loans to Indian power company NTPC Ltd. to finance the purchase of steam turbine generators and boiler feed water pumps to be used in the coal plant from a local subsidiary of Toshiba, a major Japanese company. Construction there has resumed after coming to a standstill following violent protests last July when police opened fire on angry demonstrators. Two farmers were wounded in the shootings. One of them, Chandappa Holleppa, said he was shot in the stomach and left hand. "I fell on the road and was bleeding badly," he told the AP. "Policemen picked me up and took me to a hospital," where he remained for two months. The protesters have set up a makeshift shed of bamboo sticks and tin sheets and plastic in the nearby village of Muttagi. They are focused on the plant's local environmental impact like potential air pollution, rather than its contribution to global carbon emissions. "We want more power but not this one," said Sidramappa Ranjanagi, who leads a local farmers' organization. "In America they have stopped coal-based plants because it affects people's health. Why can't the government come up with solar power plants? We use solar power units at home here and they're good." A. Sathyabhama, a technical services manager at the plant, said NTPC is trying to assure the villagers that the plant is environmentally safe. Japanese environmental activist Yuki Tanabe has met with JBIC officials several times to urge them to withdraw funding for the Kudgi plant, citing concerns over human rights violations and environmental damage. "JBIC responded that the human rights situation has been improved, and environmental concerns have been addressed," Tanabe said. "The project was approved, and no possibility to stop it now." Japan's Foreign Ministry, which compiles the list of projects that get the climate finance label, said there was no change in policy regarding Kudgi. "We are aware that the project mentioned was temporarily halted due to the protests by local residents," Ito said. "But we also understand that the project company responded to them properly and the project is being continued with appropriate monitoring in line with JBIC guidelines" for environmental and social considerations. ___ Ritter reported from Stockholm. AP reporter Ken Moritsugu in Tokyo contributed.

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03 сентября 2014, 00:00

The Coal Crisis Is Hitting Critical Here

Things never look that bad. Until they are.Like in India's coal sector. Where recently, many analysts have been suggesting that demand is going remain subdued--as with the global sector in general.But for anyone watching the numbers the last few years, it's been clear major problems are coming in coal supply here. And last week, news emerged showing that the issues in the coal sector have hit full-on crisis levels.Platts reported that India's main power producer NTPC has been forced to shut down 46% of its coal-fired capacity across the country.…Read more...

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31 марта 2014, 20:27

Индия: NTPC завершила строительство четвертой солнечной электростанции

Крупнейшая в Индии энергетическая компания NTPC завершила строительство четвертой солнечной электростанции. Стоит отметить, что данный проект является частью плана по увеличению мощности возобновляемой энергии до 1 гигаватта к 2017 году. Сообщается, что NTPC будет продавать электроэнергию, выработанную на данной станции, фирме Damodar Valley в рамках долгосрочного контракта, финансовые условия которого не разглашаются.

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31 марта 2014, 15:58

Индия: NTPC завершила строительство четвертой солнечной электростанции

Крупнейшая в Индии энергетическая компания NTPC завершила строительство четвертой солнечной электростанции. Стоит отметить, что данный проект является частью плана по увеличению мощности возобновляемой энергии до 1 гигаватта к 2017 году. Сообщается, что NTPC будет продавать электроэнергию, выработанную на данной станции, фирме Damodar Valley в рамках долгосрочного контракта, финансовые условия которого не разглашаются.

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13 марта 2014, 03:10

ABB Receives Indian Order - Analyst Blog

Recently, ABB Ltd received an order from India's central power generation utility company, NTPC, for the supply of ultrahigh voltage transformers and shunt reactors in order to ensure reliable and efficient power generation and grid integration.

03 марта 2014, 19:59

Индия: компания BHEL получила заказ от NTPC стоимостью $1,27 млрд

Крупнейший в Индии производитель оборудования для электростанций Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL) получил заказ на оснащение проекта Karanpura Super Thermal Power Project энергетической компании NTPC в штате Джаркханд. Как сообщается в пресс-релизе, стоимость соглашения может составить 79 млрд рупий ($1,27 млрд).

03 марта 2014, 17:23

Индия: компания BHEL получила заказ от NTPC стоимостью $1,27 млрд

Крупнейший в Индии производитель оборудования для электростанций Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL) получил заказ на оснащение проекта Karanpura Super Thermal Power Project энергетической компании NTPC в штате Джаркханд. Как сообщается в пресс-релизе, стоимость соглашения может составить 79 млрд рупий ($1,27 млрд).