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An Act further to amend the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 and to amend the Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Act, 2015.

An Act to provide for allocation of coal mines and vesting of the right, title and interest in and over the land and mine infrastructure together with mining leases to successful bidders and allottees with a view to ensure continuity in coal mining operations and production of coal, and for promoting optimum utilisation of coal resources consistent with the requirement of the country in national interest and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

An Act to provide for the conservation of coal and development of coal mines and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

The Wind Power development programme in India was initiated at the end of Sixth Five Year Plan, in 1983-84. In order to identify wind farmable sites in the country, the Government of India launched a national wind resource assessment programme in 1985.

India has set an ambitious target of reaching 175 GW of installed capacity from renewable energy sources by the year 2022, which includes 100 GW of solar and 60 GW of wind power capacity. Various policy initiatives have been taken to achieve this target. At the end of 2017-18 the total renewable power installed capacity in the country was almost 70 GW.

Worldwide, wind energy is accepted as one of the most developed, cost-effective and proven renewable energy technologies to meet increasing electricity demands in a sustainable manner. While onshore wind energy technologies have reached a stage of large scale deployment and have become competitive with fossil fuel based electricity generation with supportive policy regimes across the world, exploitation of offshore wind energy is yet to reach a comparable scale.

An Act further to amend the Atomic Energy Act, 1962. It was enacted by Parliament in the Sixty-sixth Year of the Republic of India.

An Act to provide for the development, control and use of atomic energy for the welfare of the people of India and for other peaceful purposes and for matters connected therewith.

In compliance with section 3 of the Electricity Act 2003, the Central Government notified the Tariff Policy on 6 January, 2006. Further amendments to the Tariff Policy were notified on 31 March, 2008, 20 January, 2011 and 8 July, 2011.

A Compilation of Acts, Rules, Policies, Guidelines till 2011. Several legislative and policy initiatives taken by the Ministry of Power in the past ensured that these initiatives lead to creation of enabling environment for investments in power sector and more consumer friendly approach to meet the growing needs of industry, commerce, agriculture and households.

An Act to consolidate the laws relating to generation, transmission, distribution, trading and use of electricity and generally for taking measures conducive to development of electricity industry, promoting competition therein, protecting interest of consumers and supply of electricity to all areas, rationalisation of electricity tariff, ensuring transparent policies regarding subsidies, promotion of efficient and environmentally benign policies constitution of Central Electricity Authority, Regulatory Commissions and establishment of Appellate Tribunal and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and will continue to enjoy the demographic dividend for few decades. The Development Objectives focus on Samavesh - Inclusion, shared vision of National development, technology upgradation & capacity building, economic growth, equity and human well-being.