Tuesday, March 03
Est-ce vraiment la fin de la saga CT Power ? Ivan Collendavelloo, le ministre de l’Energie, l’a en tout cas laissé entendre en répondant à la PNQ de Paul Bérenger, ce mardi 3 mars, au Parlement.
Saturday, December 28
Between Rs 4.50 and Rs 5 per kWh. This is the price at which the Central Electricity Board (CEB) will purchase electricity from CT Power.
Tuesday, November 26
This is an exclusive Radio Plus: Integrated Energy Plan 2013-2022 of the Central Electricity Board (CEB) goes against the concept of "Sustainable Mauritius Island." This is one of the highlights of the report of the National Energy Commission (NEC), report that Radio Plus has revealed the outline Monday morning Nov. 25 even though it has not yet been made public so far.
Monday, November 25
The proposed coal plant in Pointe-aux-Caves, Albion, will see the day. It shall come into operation in 2016. This was announced by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Utilities, Rashid Beebeejaun at the Private Notice Question (PNQ) the Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Friday, November 22.
Monday, July 15
CT Power affirme être victime d’une campagne de dénigrements de la part de la Commission Manraj
Saturday, April 27
Representatives from CT Power met the inhabitants of Albion for announcing the creation of jobs during and after construction of the coal plant. Malaysian developers have launched off-camera, an outreach campaign on this controversial project.
Friday, March 29
Challenge to the presence of representatives of CEB on the NEC with the hearing of the promoters of the day CT Power
Thursday, March 14
For the first time, CT Power issued a statement to "set the record straight" after "countless articles and statements misleading."
Thursday, March 14
The proposal from the Nation Energy Commission (NEC), chaired by Dev Manraj, Senior Adviser to the Prime Minister's Office (PMO), to freeze consultations with CT Power until the financial guarantee of Rs 6 billion to Rs 8 billion or set, is a central concern of the authorities.
Wednesday, January 23
The ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development has approved the construction of the coal plant, CT Power (Mauritius) Ltd at Pointe aux Caves in Albion.