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India can lead, despite an uncertain world - Hindu Business Line

Tue, 02/05/2017 - 10:00pm

Hindu Business Line

India can lead, despite an uncertain world
Hindu Business Line
Infrastructure programmes such as Sagarmala for port-led development, railway modernisation and upgradation, and new roads and highways are driving new connectivities across the country. Urban development and power sector too have receive attention.

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Investor confidence in India on rise; interest in renewable energy high: Sitharaman - Moneycontrol.com

Tue, 02/05/2017 - 6:38pm

Moneycontrol.com

Investor confidence in India on rise; interest in renewable energy high: Sitharaman
Moneycontrol.com
Emphasis given on renewable energy has also helped make sure that India moved from a power-starved country to a power surplus country, said Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of Commerce and Industry, GoI. ... The Prime Minister launched it in September ...

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If India's Power Sector Goes Coal All the Way, Then Disaster Awaits - The Wire

Tue, 02/05/2017 - 6:31pm

The Wire

If India's Power Sector Goes Coal All the Way, Then Disaster Awaits
The Wire
If India builds all its proposed coal-based power plants, then it might not fulfil its promise made under the Paris climate agreement, a recent study conducted by University of California, Irvine (UCI), and CoalSwarm, a coal-tracking portal, has found ...

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#TodayDeals: Global Pension Funds Eye Deals in Solar Power; Trifecta Capital to Close its Maiden Fund & More - BW Businessworld

Tue, 02/05/2017 - 8:05am

BW Businessworld

#TodayDeals: Global Pension Funds Eye Deals in Solar Power; Trifecta Capital to Close its Maiden Fund & More
BW Businessworld
Global pension funds eye deals in solar power, seeking long term returns on green investments, are scouting for deals in India's solar power sector, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi is targeting $100 billion investment in the next five years. These ...

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#IndiaDeals: Global Pension Funds Eye Deals in Solar Power; Trifecta Capital to Close its Maiden Fund; Clarivest is ... - BW Businessworld

Mon, 01/05/2017 - 11:35pm

BW Businessworld

#IndiaDeals: Global Pension Funds Eye Deals in Solar Power; Trifecta Capital to Close its Maiden Fund; Clarivest is ...
BW Businessworld
Global pension funds eye deals in solar power, seeking long term returns on green investments, are scouting for deals in India's solar power sector, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi is targeting $100 billion investment in the next five years. These ...

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Business Wrap – PM Modi's solar power push; Indian IT companies to change hiring 'model' & more - NewsX

Mon, 01/05/2017 - 9:55am

NewsX

Business Wrap – PM Modi's solar power push; Indian IT companies to change hiring 'model' & more
NewsX
Some of the world's biggest pension funds are exploring for deals in India's solar power sector, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi is targeting $100 billion investment in the next 5 years. Power demand in India is set to surge as the economy grows and ...

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Global pension funds scouting for deals in India's solar power sector - Hindu Business Line

Sun, 30/04/2017 - 4:49pm

Hindu Business Line

Global pension funds scouting for deals in India's solar power sector
Hindu Business Line
Some of the world's biggest pension funds, seeking long-term returns on green investments, are scouting for deals in India's solar power sector, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi is targeting $100 billion in investment in the next five years. Power ...

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Govt plans to cut coal imports for power PSUs to zero in FY18 - The New Indian Express

Sun, 30/04/2017 - 3:21pm

The New Indian Express

Govt plans to cut coal imports for power PSUs to zero in FY18
The New Indian Express
India will save around Rs 17,000 crore on import bill," the Secretary said. The Coal Ministry, he said, will make available to the power public sector units (PSUs) the supply of thermal coal through domestic sources in sufficient amount which would ...

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ANALYSIS-Global pension funds warm to India's solar power ambitions - Reuters

Sun, 30/04/2017 - 11:56am

ANALYSIS-Global pension funds warm to India's solar power ambitions
Reuters
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI, April 30 Some of the world's biggest pension funds, seeking long-term returns on green investments, are scouting for deals in India's solar power sector, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi is targeting $100 billion in investment in ...

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Global pension funds scout for deals in India's solar power sector - Livemint

Sun, 30/04/2017 - 11:26am

Livemint

Global pension funds scout for deals in India's solar power sector
Livemint
Mumbai/New Delhi: Some of the world's biggest pension funds, seeking long-term returns on green investments, are scouting for deals in India's solar power sector, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi is targeting $100 billion in investment in the next ...

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Analysis - Global pension funds warm to India's solar power ambitions - Reuters India

Sun, 30/04/2017 - 10:17am

Reuters India

Analysis - Global pension funds warm to India's solar power ambitions
Reuters India
CDPQ, which has C$270.7 billion ($199 billion) in net assets, says it plans to invest in India's solar sector with Azure Power, a New York-listed firm with about 1 GW of solar capacity under various stages of development. "We plan to do more with them.

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Global pension funds warm to India's solar power ambitions - Times of India

Sun, 30/04/2017 - 10:01am

Global pension funds warm to India's solar power ambitions
Times of India
By Devidutta Tripathy and Sudarshan Varadhan. MUMBAI/NEW DELHI, April 30 (Reuters) - Some of the world's biggest pension funds, seeking long-term returns on green investments, are scouting for deals in India's solar power sector, where Prime Minister ...

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Sensex is on an upward trajectory, economic indicators are cheery but why are Indians still gloomy? - Economic Times

Sun, 30/04/2017 - 12:10am

Economic Times

Sensex is on an upward trajectory, economic indicators are cheery but why are Indians still gloomy?
Economic Times
The government has pushed a lot of reforms and policies — from tackling NPAs in banking and rooting out inefficiencies in the power sector, to recasting the subsidy regime and clearing GST. This should lay the ground for a stable and sustainable recovery.

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