User: berkan Topic: Energy
Category: Non-Conventional :: Biomass
Last updated: Apr 01 2015 06:42 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Centre will encourage use of green fuel: Gadkari 1.4.2015 Hindu: News
Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways and Shipping Nitin Gadkari has said that besides Swachh Bharat, the Centre aims to make India a pollution-free country by encouraging the use of altern...
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Centre to encourage green fuel to make pollution-free India: Nitin Gadkari 31.3.2015 Hindu: Home
Scania bus plant inaugurated near Kolar
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Sunita Narain: Act locally, benefit globally 29.3.2015 Latest News
Climate change, we can emphatically say, is a wicked problem
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brief-2 28.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
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Govt to set up bio gas, coal-bed methane filling plants soon 28.3.2015 Zee News : India National
 The Commerce and Industry Ministry has given permission to set up 16 bio gas-based and three coal-bed methane-based natural gas filling plants to encourage use of alternative fuel in the country.
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Government to set up biogas, coal-bed methane filling plants soon 27.3.2015 Asian Age: Business
New Delhi: The Commerce and Industry Ministry has given permission to set up 16 bio gas-based and three coal-bed methane-based natural gas filling plants to encourage use of alternative fuel in the country. Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman also said that Petroleum and Explosive Safety Organisation (PESO), which is under the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), is closely associated with the developmental activities for introduction of hydrogen as an alternative fuel. She said that PESO has granted permission to Indian Oil Corporation to set up hydrogen manufacturing and dispensing facilities in their R&D centre at Faridabad, and to University of Petroleum and Energy Studies at Gurgaon for establishment and development of hydrogen production and dispensing facilities. "Further, 16 biogas-based and three coal-bed methane-based natural gas filling plants are to be established sooner. PESO has already given permission for these," she said at the 'Urja Sangam' here. The ...
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Government to set up biogas, coal-bed methane filling plants soon 27.3.2015 Asian Age: Business
New Delhi: The Commerce and Industry Ministry has given permission to set up 16 bio gas-based and three coal-bed methane-based natural gas filling plants to encourage use of alternative fuel in the country. Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman also said that Petroleum and Explosive Safety Organisation (PESO), which is under the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), is closely associated with the developmental activities for introduction of hydrogen as an alternative fuel. She said that PESO has granted permission to Indian Oil Corporation to set up hydrogen manufacturing and dispensing facilities in their R&D centre at Faridabad, and to University of Petroleum and Energy Studies at Gurgaon for establishment and development of hydrogen production and dispensing facilities. "Further, 16 biogas-based and three coal-bed methane-based natural gas filling plants are to be established sooner. PESO has already given permission for these," she said at the 'Urja Sangam' here. The ...
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Government to set up bio gas, coal-bed methane filling plants soon 27.3.2015 ET: Oil & Gas
The Commerce and Industry Ministry has given permission to set up 16 bio gas-based and three coal-bed methane-based natural gas filling plants to encourage use of alternative fuel in the country.
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Kindling the biomass flame 27.3.2015 HBL: Features
New-age companies across the country are investing in scientifically designed stoves that reduce smoke, save fuel and cut cooking time
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Sugar industry cries foul over VAT issue 27.3.2015 Hindu: Chennai
Stakeholders from the sugar industry in Tamil Nadu feel that the State did not do justice to them. Removing VAT would have given a boost to this sector, they think. The South Indian Sugar Mills Ass...
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Sugar mills upset over TN budget concessions 26.3.2015 HBL: Agri-biz

The South Indian Sugar Mills Association of India - Tamil Nadu is disappointed that the State Budget has not addressed the concerns of the sugar industry. The Association president P...

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Oppn tables 16-point alternative budget 26.3.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Oppn tables 16-point alternative budget
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No new taxes in State budget 26.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
No new taxes in State budget
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Rs. 4.27-crore deficit budget for Tuticorin 26.3.2015 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Solar power panels to be installed atop corporation buildings
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Manufacturing, Fishing get Mega Boost 26.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
CM O Paneerselvam presents tax-free, revenue deficit budget for 2015-16 while announcing tax concessions to the tune of Rs 650 crore; almost all depts get higher allocations
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Value-addition in production of ethanol from macro algae 26.3.2015 Hindu: S & T
As the quest for alternate sources of energy in the face of global warming due to fossil-fuel usage gains momentum, the focus has turned to macro algae (sea weeds) as a source of bio-fuel. A new s...
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No new taxes in Tamil Nadu 2015-16 budget, opposition unimpressed 25.3.2015 Oneindia.in: News
Chennai, March 25: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam on Wednesday spared the common man by levying no new taxes in the state budget for 2015-16 while announcing various concessions on the value added tax (VAT). The opposition parties, however, were
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Commercial tax sops: e-commerce gets a boost 25.3.2015 HBL: Home

The manufacturing sector in Tamil Nadu has got a ₹650-crore boost with the State Government announcing critical commercial tax concessions.Presenting the budget for 2015-16, the Chie...

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No new taxes in Tamil Nadu 2015-16 budget, opposition unimpressed 25.3.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam on Wednesday spared the common man by levying no new taxes in the state budget for 2015-16 while announcing various concessions on the value added tax (VAT). The opposition parties, however, were ...
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Mobile Phones, LED Bulbs Set to Cost Cheaper in TN 25.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
The Tamil Nadu government spared the common man from new taxes while making mobile phones, mosquito nets, LED bulbs and fishing nets cheaper by slashing VAT in Budget 2015-16 presented in the state assembly today.
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