As the stance of governance is hardening, institutions standing on weak or corroded legs, are stumbling and crumbling. After the case of corrosion of ethics in ICICI, the IL&FS too seems to have bloodied its nose by first becoming a messiah to MaytasInfra (the Satyam scam fall out) in 2009 and then several unrelated forays.
SCHOTT enters PPA with CleanMax for Wind Solar Hybrid Project
Power Grid Corporation receives 6 Special Purpose Vehicles from REC
Power Finance Corporation to receive Rs 165 cr loan from Japan’s JBIC
Delhi aims to meet annual electricity demand through solar power
BCCL signs 1st MDO contract for coking coal extraction
NTPC REL: Sterling & Wilson Renewable Energy bags order
GAIL and Shell reach an agreement to discuss ethane supply
NTPC commissions green coal plant in Varanasi
Power plants in Delhi fails to adhere to biomass co-firing policy
JSW Steel plans to invest in a virgin coking coal mine
Adani Transmission gets certified as single-use plastic-free firm
Coal India targets 156 MT coal supply to power sector in April-June
NLC establishes green energy joint venture with Assam Discom
GMDC bags 2 coal blocks in Odisha
2,000 MW renewable energy projects to be developed by Onix Group in UP
RBI grants IREDA the status of Infrastructure Finance Corporation
Government to fund green energy conversion of state-run refineries
Powergrid will issue bonds to raise up to Rs 9 billion
Domestic aluminum players need to invest to meet net0 target
A Tidal Wave in the works!
IDFs are the best route to refinance existing projects
Sadashiv Rao, Chief Risk Officer, IDFC Ltd tells Rahul Kamat that IDF-NBFC is a safer route compared to IDF-Mutual Fund, as in the latter, the fund manager can invest in any project (under construction) which will have risk involved in it, and investors may not like to invest in high-risk projects.
ICICI with BoB, Citi to set up first IDF
ICICI Bank, Bank of Baroda and Citi Financial have joiÂned hands to form a nonbanking financial company (NBFC) in order to float the countryâ€™s first infrastructure development fund (IDF).While ICICI Bank and BoB will pick up 30 percent stake each, Citi Financial will have close to 30 percent.
As economy booms, pressure to cut subsidies will go down
By the end of next year, both projects and financial facilitation for them should reach a stage where it's smooth sailing for infrastructure sectors, if Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission of India, has his way.
Look what's not moved: The Bill on the biggest immovable
Political expediency seems to be hijacking our land acquisition laws. On the one hand, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat have declared that acquisition can only occur by consent, and the Land Acquisition Act will not be invoked.