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No penalty for not installing rooftop solar plants in Chandigarh, for now

By : Sustainability ..., Apr 17, 2020

Even though March 31 had been set as the last date to install solar plants in residential houses, in the wake of lockdown, the UT administration has decided not to impose any penalty on residents for now. Debendra Dalai, CEO, Chandigarh Renewal Energy, Science and Technology...

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Maharashtra: MSEDCL wants no penalty over renewable energy targets

By : Sustainability ..., Feb 25, 2020

MSEDCL has filed a petition in Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC) urging the Commission not to levy any penalty on it for failing to meet renewable energy targets, till 2022-23. The discom has claimed that despite repeated efforts by MSEDCL to procure power...

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Supreme Court stays pollution penalties on NTPC

By : Sustainability ..., Feb 4, 2019

The Supreme Court has stayed the National Green Tribunal’s hefty fines on power producer NTPC for not fully ...

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NGT announces Rs. 1 lakh fine for dumping e-waste around Ramganga

By : sustainabilityo..., May 4, 2017

With an aim to save river Ganga and its tributaries from e-waste dumping by several illegal industries mostly around Moradabad, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Wednesday announced Rs. one...

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Stricter penalty for polluting Ganga on cards

By : sustainabilityo..., Apr 13, 2017

Days after the Uttarakhand high court granted the status of living entity to Ganga, a committee of experts submitted on Wednesday its draft model law to the government suggesting strict penalty...

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Tough penalty for flouting green power obligations

By : sustainabilityo..., Oct 3, 2016

The power ministry may impose stricter penalties on state utilities that refuse to comply with renewable power purchase obligations, power minister Piyush Goyal said on Sunday. Goyal though said...

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