Coal India Limited

Old King Coal is Dead – Long Live The King

Coal is the dominant source of energy in India because it’s locally available and has historically been quite cheap, more so because there hasn’t been aggressive regulation or taxation upon its externalities yet. However, future coal will look different than older coal because it will have to be more sustainable and also cost-effective. Renewable energy […]

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NLC India, CIL Form JV to Co-Develop 5 GW Solar & Thermal Assets

NLC India has signed a pact with state-owned CIL to form a JV to develop 5,000 megawatts (5 GW) of solar and thermal power assets across the country. Navratna mining and thermal power genco NLC India has announced that it has signed a pact with state-owned Coal India Limited (CIL) to form a joint venture (JV) to develop 5,000 megawatts (5 […]

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Coal India Subsidiary Tenders for 150 kW Rooftop Solar Plant

CMPDI, a subsidiary of Coal India has issued a tender for the commissioning of a 150 kW rooftop solar micro-grid power plant at the firms’ Ranchi office. Central Mine Planning and Design Institute (CMPDI), a subsidiary of Coal India Limited (CIL) has issued a tender for the commissioning of a 150 kW rooftop solar micro-grid power […]

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Renewables Still far From Overtaking Coal in Indian Power Sector

CIL believes that renewable energy sources are unlikely to overtake coal as the major source of power generation in India any time soon Iterating that renewable energy sources were unlikely to overtake coal as the major source of power generation in India any time soon, state-owned Coal India Ltd said the energy migration would happen “differently” in the country as compared to […]

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CIL Plans to Generate 20 GW Solar Power in Next 10 Years

We don’t have the land in single size, its of our various subsidiaries which we will use, says CIL Chairman. As part of its diversification plan, state-owned miner Coal India Ltd (CIL) is targeting to generate about 20,000 MW in next 10 years. Commenting on the development, Coal India, Chairman and Managing Director, Gopal Singh said, “For Coal […]

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Coal India to develop solar power plants of 600 MW capacity in four states

Coal India Limited (CIL) is reportedly planning to set up 600 MW solar power plants in four states, including West Bengal and Maharashtra. This project comes under agreement CIL signed with SECI to set up a total 1,000 MW green energy plants in different part of the country reports PTI. The Solar Energy Corporation of […]

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