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Energy News 23 Oct 2023

Govt plans to register only India-made solar panels under ALMM: RK Singh

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Requirement of key minerals bottleneck for scaling up India’s green hydrogen electrolyser manufacturing
Govt plans to register only India-made solar panels under ALMM: RK Singh
Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum fined Rs 1 crore, 2 crore: Here’s why
Lohum’s CEO calls for specialized PLI scheme in battery materials sector amid clean energy surge
Thermal power stations’ coal consumption surges in September 2023: A growing reliance on coal?
Oil India Ltd controls leakage from abandoned well in Assam after 4 days
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OMCs float tender to supply 8.25 billion litres of ethanol in FY24 Business Standard

NLC India launches NIGEL, aims for 6 GW renewable energy capacity by 2030

NLC Energy News 23 Oct 2023 – NLC India Limited, a Navratna central public sector undertaking supervised by the Ministry of Coal, has announced the establishment of its wholly-owned subsidiary, NLC India Green Energy Limited (NIGEL). This strategic move is dedicated to leading the charge in all renewable energy (RE) endeavors. During NIGEL’s inaugural board meeting, critical executive appointments were approved, and the company’s logo was officially adopted. The Chairman of NIGEL, Prasanna Kumar Motupalli, emphasized that the new subsidiary, geared towards renewable energy projects, is poised to accelerate the growth of RE power generation capacity.

At 25 GW, renewable energy sector reaches only 26% of target set for FY24 BusinessLine
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Delhi govt extends policy meant for electric vehicles till Dec 31
Seaborne metallurgical coal prices spike as China and India ramp up steel production
86 power plants have 25 pc less coal stocks than normative levels: CEA report
Delhi’s air quality turns ‘very poor’; Gopal Rai calls meeting with depts

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