The News Scroll 14 September 2017  Last Updated at 6:39 pm | Source: PTI

Vikram Solar commissions 80 MW solar project in Gujarat

Vikram Solar commissions 80 MW solar project in Gujarat
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Mumbai, Sep 14 (PTI) Energy solutions provider Vikram Solar today said it has commissioned an 80 MW solar PV power project in Gujarat.

The 80 MW project has been developed under the Jawaharal Nehru National Solar Mission Phase II Batch IV Tranche-I Scheme with grid at Gujarat solar park for Gujarat Industries Power Company, the firm said in a statement here.

Vikram Solar will provide operations and maintenance service to the plant for a period of 10 years.

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VML India bags Parachute advansed hair oil's digital mandate

Digital agency VML, part of the WPP group, today said it has been roped in as the digital creative agency for Marico's Parachute advansed hair oil portfolio.

The agency will be collaborating with the brand to define the role of digital for each product within the Parachute Advansed Hair Oil portfolio, with an aim to build brand preference.

It will lead the digital and social strategy for the entire portfolio and will also be driving the brands' strategy in third party e-commerce to improve visibility and creating personalised shopping preferences.

Mumbai, Sep 14 (PTI) Advertising sector watchdog the Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI) today elected Diageo India's chief strategy and corporate affairs officer Abanti Sankaranarayanan as the chairman.

While PepsiCo India chairman and chief executive D Shivakumar is the new vice-chairman, Media Brands chief executive Shashidhar Sinha has been re-appointed as the honorary treasurer.

The elections took place its annual general meeting here today.

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TMW ties with S'porean firm SendX for blockchain transactions

Digital payments solutions provide The Mobile Wallet has entered into a strategic tie-up with Singaporean firm SendX to offer blockchain transaction.

Under the tie-up, which also involves Ammbr Foundation, they will launch a series of blockchain-based services using the SendX and Ammbr platforms, addressing opportunities in communications, payments and identity, TMW founder and managing director Vinay Kalantri said in a statement.

He claimed this is for the first time in the country that blockchains are being used at the retail level for mass consumer benefit.

The Mobile Wallet (TMW) is a Mumbai-based fin-tech delivering digital payment solutions and is the first complete service wallet with a seamless and integrated Mobile App, a MasterCard powered prepaid card launched in association with RBL Bank.


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