A few days ago, in a surprise move, the government announced a slew of measures to bring back the growth momentum into the economy. The government, in an ...Read more 1
India is mainly dependent on thermal power stations for its power needs. Most of these thermal power stations are coal fired which generate fly ash and the disposal ...Read more Comments Off on Avoid blanket approach to fly ash utilisation
Cement manufacturers have often been accused of forming cartels to rig the commodity’s price up. Consumers of cement, mainly consisting of builders, have been complaining about the price ...Read more Comments Off on Cartelisation and the cement industry
According to International Energy Agency, the cement industry is the third largest consumer of energy and the second largest industrial emitter after the steel industry with 6% of ...Read more Comments Off on Miles to go before we decarbonise the industry
Limestone is the main raw material for cement manufacturing and it is available in plenty in the country but only in certain clusters. Since limestone is bulky material, ...Read more Comments Off on Changing trend in cement plants location
A closer look at the cement capacity addition planned or under execution between FY 2018 and 2021 reveals that more than 40% of the proposed additions are located ...Read more Comments Off on Why there is rush to set up cement plants in East?
Year 2018 saw reasonably good volume growth in cement in the country, though the price remained almost flat. On the other hand, increase in the pet-coke price and ...Read more Comments Off on 2019 likely to be uneventful for cement industry