The company is already carrying out the feasibility and financial viability study for the project Shadow over SunEdison India's solar projects State-run National Hydroelectric Power Corporation
MUMBAI: The state government has been careless in its duty to protect the flora and fauna of the state - as is evident from its move to promote mining tourism in Sindhudurg - but the Bombay high court has not forgotten its green responsibility. In a bid to stop the unmindful assault on the state's biodiversity, a division bench of Chief Justice Mohit Shah and Justice D Y Chandrachud has issued
Pune: Several pumped storage hydro-electric projects, which can add almost 21,000 mW, are in a limbo because of the power deficit in the state. These projects can see the light of the day only after the power situation improves.
<p>During the last few years, India has been witnessing an unusual development. The country is trying to make progress, which needs the availability of uninterrupted electrical power. This may be obtained from different types of sources such as hydel, thermal, nuclear, tidal or fossil fuel power stations.