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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 30 July 2015

A.Coal & Energy

  1. JV with NTPC for Patratu inked:
  2. Satpura thermal plant incurred excess expenditure of Rs 1,000 cr on coal and oil: CAG:
  3. ABC corrects Alan Jones’s Q&A claim that boosted cost of wind power tenfold:
  4. Nava Bharat Ventures achieves financial closure for 300 MW coal project:
  5. Alston T&D to supply transformers to Neyveli Thermal Power Station:
  6. Non-coal mine auctions Centre to deploy officials to push state preparedness:
  7. U.S. Private Sector Vows To Ante Up On Climate Finance:
  8. A coal power plant project near BRB Canal had been scrapped:
  9. Meralco plans to invest $1.2 billion in power projects:
  10. Oil, gas usage up; coal declines:
  11. Rajasthan cabinet approves Rs 1.56 lakh crore worth solar projects:
  12. Can floating solar panels solve Mumbai’s power woes? – See more at:
  13. G20 could determine if rich meet climate finance promise:
  14. Peabody flags Australian coal mine cuts as shares lose 93% in a year::
  15. Why has Australia’s largest coal mining union backed Labor’s Renewable Energy Target?:
  16. Rs 75,000-crore loans at risk if viability issues of power projects not solved soon: Crisil:
  17. Power sector loans worth 4 lakh crore may be at risk: Crisil:
  18. CERC backlog of nearly 800 petitions, a drag on power projects:


  1. Asian Development Bank, Centre ink $300 million loan pact for National Urban Health Mission:
  2. China can benefit if it treats its AIIB partners with fairness:
  3. AfDB President Urges Japanese Businesses to Invest in Africa:
  4. ADB: Nepal could lose funding if no improvement:
  5. BRICS bank seeking a complementary role:
  6. India consortium close to Nijgadh Fast Track deal:
  7. Axis Bank signs $200 mn bilateral loan with Asian Development Bank:
  8. China’s economic slowdown may not spell gains for India:
  9. World Bank rejects energy industry notion that coal can cure poverty:
  10. ‘India has the potential to become a multi-trillion dollar economy’:
  11. Rajan is right, the window dressing of bad loans by banks should end:

C.Land, Water & Forest

  1. Nod for bus-stand concept plan soon:
  2. U’khand’s new land act to efficiently use holdings:
  3. Govt plans to convert 101 rivers into national waterways: Amitabh Verma:

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