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TERI kicks Pachauri out of governing council, organisation; scientist to pursue 'global interests'

Apr 22, 2016

TERI kicks Pachauri out of governing council, organisation; scientist to pursue 'global interests'

The governing council of The Energy and Resources Institute(TERI) in a meeting on Monday decided to terminate its association of 25 years with its Director-General RK Pachauri with immediate effect. #Power #NewsTracker #Gender #RK pachauri #sexual harrassment #TERI #The Energy And Resources Institute #Harassment at workplace #Energy and Environment Engineering
Protesters against Bangladesh power plant give two weeks for demands to be met | Reuters

Apr 10, 2016

Protesters against Bangladesh power plant give two weeks for demands to be met | Reuters

DHAKA Protesters opposing the construction of a Chinese-backed, coal-fired power plant in Bangladesh agreed on Sunday to halt their activities for 15 days, defusing tensions after four demonstrators were killed last week. Villagers for and against the $2.4 billion power plant in the coastal district of Chittagong clashed last week before riot police fired their weapons after coming under attack. #Business #Power #Middle East #United Kingdom #chinese #opinion
Cabinet approves new power tariff policy

Jan 20, 2016

Cabinet approves new power tariff policy

The Cabinet today approved a new power tariff policy that aims at promoting clean energy, better regulation of discoms and faster rollout of investments. #Energy #Power #Cabinet #power tariff #Discom #Swachh Bharat #Power Minister Piyush Goyal
Millions without power, three dead as typhoon hits Philippines

Dec 15, 2015

Millions without power, three dead as typhoon hits Philippines

Typhoon Melor carved through the central Philippines on Tuesday bringing heavy rain and strong winds that left millions without power and at least three people dead. #Power #NewsTracker #Army #Philippines #Typhoon #citizens #winds #Typhoon Melor
New restructuring package for state discoms a positive: Fitch

Nov 30, 2015

New restructuring package for state discoms a positive: Fitch

Successfully addressing the weak financial positions of state distribution companies (discoms) is key to improving the health of India's power sector, it added. #Economy #Business #Power #NewsTracker #Fitch ratings #state electricity boards #Discom
Germany's Angela Merkel marks 10 years in power, put to test by refugees

Nov 19, 2015

Germany's Angela Merkel marks 10 years in power, put to test by refugees

German Chancellor Angela Merkel marks a decade in power Sunday facing the fight of her political life over her liberal stance on refugees. #Power #NewsTracker #Angela Merkel #Germany #Office #Chancellor #ten years
Pakistan plan to import electricity from India stalled due to extremist sentiments, says report

Oct 21, 2015

Pakistan plan to import electricity from India stalled due to extremist sentiments, says report

Pakistan's plan to import up to 4,000 megawatts of electricity from India has been stalled amid rising anti-Pakistan and extremist sentiments in India. #World #India #Power #Pakistan #diplomacy #NewsTracker #Shiv Sena #electricity #Extremism #foreign-affairs #PM Narendra Modi
China to invest $78 bn to build 110 nuclear power plants by 2030, will overtake US

Oct 17, 2015

China to invest $78 bn to build 110 nuclear power plants by 2030, will overtake US

China plans to build 110 nuclear power plants by 2030 with an investment of over $78 billion overtaking the US which has 100 such plants amid criticism that Beijing is yet to implement enough measures to develop safety controls in existing projects. #World #China #US #Power #NewsTracker #nuclear power plant