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1.Power sector to need $400 bn in 12th plan

The power sector, which is struggling with funding shortfalls will need an additional $400 bn (around Rs18 tn) investment in the Twelfth Five-Year Plan starting April 2012.


2.Coal India ventures with Visakhapatnam Port

Coal India, the world's largest producer of the fuel, plans to form a partnership with the Port of Visakhapatnam on the east coast to increase import capacity as power generation demand rises.


3.Exhibitions, Conferences and Seminars (January 2011)

BAU 2011 will be held from January 17-22, 2011 in Munich, Germany. The event will feature over 1,900 exhibitors on 180,000 sq m. The 2nd Power Today Conference, to be held on Jan 21, 2011 in New Delhi by Asapp Media Information Group.


4.Jindal Power looking to buy under implementation thermal plants

Jindal Power is planning to acquire thermal plants in India that are under implementation. Currently, it has a 1,000 MW power plant with another 6,500 MW under implementation, besides substantial interests in hydro and wind


5.Gas-based power project gets green nod

The Haryana Power Generation Corporation (HPGCL) has obtained environment clearance for the 1,500 MW gas-based power project in Mothuka and Arwa villages in Faridabad


6.Phillips Carbon’s Mundra plant operational

Phillips Carbon Black commenced the commercial operation of 16 MW cogeneration power plant at Mundra in December 2009.


7.Power equipment to get domestic push

India is planning to expand manufacturing capacity of its power generation equipment to meet the growing demand and address concerns about imported Chinese equipment.


8.GMR´s plant commences production

A super critical coal-based thermal power plant at Raikheda in Chhattisgarh has commenced electricity generation.


9.Power generation commences in Telangana

The Telangana Government has started power generation from its 707 MW Nagarjunasagar and 790 MW Srisailam projects in Nalgonda.


10.More power

Sterling Generators launched a new generation DG sets powered by Perkins 4000 series engines between 750 KVA - 2250 KVA Prime.