India Doubles Clean-Energy Tax on Coal, Risking Debt RevampBy
Tax raised to 400 rupees a ton from 200 rupees earlier
India allocates 30 billion rupees a year for nuclear energy
India doubled the clean-energy tax on coal to fight environmental pollution, risking higher electricity-generation costs at a time when the government is seeking to revive ailing power distributors.
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