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Updates on Coal, Energy, Land, Water and Forest: 2 May 2016

Coal & Energy

India will need ‘unparalleled’ $1 trillion in energy investments by 2030: Minister Piyush Goyal:

Tax coal to raise $100 billion climate funds, urges India minister:

Tilaiya ultra mega power project in limbo as Maharashtra, Tata Power refuse to pay


Corrected: Seven US coal-fired power units get 1-year extension for MATS compliance
China Tries to Choke Off Steel and Coal Loans:
JV company formed for mining two coal blocks in Odisha:
High Ground Enterprise intimates of environmental clearance for mining project:
SCCL gets green nod for expansion of coal proj in Telengana:
Govrnment invites applications for allotment of 8 coal mines
Cruz: Clinton will ‘kill the coal industry’ if elected president:
Tripura agrees to supply additional 100 MW power to Bangladesh, but on one condition!
The swift demise of Big Coal:
Delhi Metro likely to get green power from solar plant in MP:

Delhi Metro likely to get green power from solar plant in MP

India: NCC to sell part stake in power JV to Sembcorp for $45m :
Study: Columbia River coal-export plan comes with ‘significant’ emissions impact:
Why Tata Power can be a turnaround template for Cyrus Mistry:
The Loss and Damage of Signing the Paris Agreement to India:

Key takeaways from the World Bank spring meetings:
Int’l bank group provides loan for Myanmar industrial port development:

Int’l bank group provides loan for Myanmar industrial port development

Revealed: The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank’s First Projects
Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train: Loan pact with Japan for Rs 1 lakh cr project by 2016 end:

Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train: Loan pact with Japan for Rs 1 lakh cr project by 2016 end

JICA pipes to Poojappura to be commissioned next month:
Chinese Mega-bank Partners With World Bank for New World Order:

Greek bailout deal talks constructive, say EU finance ministers:
Global Climate Finance – Will Africa Benefit After Paris?

L&T Finance-IDBI deal prospects slim finance-idbi-deal-prospects-slim-116042300794_1.html
Banks not ready to finance projects with problems
AIIB joins World Bank and ADB on infrastructure projects:
India’s Mytrah Energy Secures $175 Million Debt Funding From ADB:
ADB to ink cooperation deal with AIIB

C. Land, Water and Forest

Ken-Betwa project: Panel gives nod to government’s Plan-II

Urban Development Ministry asks smart cities to firm up bankable projects

Mega projects stall over land owners’ demands for hefty compensation
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