Why the solution to India’s energy challenge lies in coal power plants

Friday 13 January 2017 4:44 am Why the solution to India’s energy challenge lies in coal power plants by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeOne-N-Done | 7-Minute Workout7 Minutes a Day To a Flat Stomach By Using This 1 Easy ExerciseOne-N-Done | 7-Minute WorkoutMisterStoryWoman Files For Divorce After Seeing This Photo – Can You See Why?MisterStoryMoneyPailShe Was A Star, Now She Works In ScottsdaleMoneyPailSwift VerdictChrissy Metz, 39, Shows Off Massive Weight Loss In Fierce New PhotoSwift VerdictAtlantic MirrorA Kilimanjaro Discovery Has Proved This About The BibleAtlantic MirrorWarped SpeedCan You Name More State Capitals Than A 5th Grader? 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Excluding coal from the energy mix is not a realistic option.Indeed, renewables have an important role to play but coal remains the driving force behind electrification and industrialisation and, according to the IEA, will continue to make the largest contribution to electricity generation in India through to 2040.The Indian government has been clear that all sources of energy will be needed to power up the economy, including coal. India’s ambitious renewable expansion will take place alongside (not in place of) growth in coal consumption. Coal per kilowatt is still far cheaper than renewables. However, this should not be a popularity contest – both are needed for the country’s development.India has contributed less than 3 per cent of cumulative greenhouse gas emissions, and the reality is that, in as much as the country wants to contribute to climate action policies, it also needs to bring electricity not just to those not currently served but also to the millions more who are under-served. In the words of Harjeet Singh of ActionAid, development of coal resources “is not an obsession for India, it’s a compulsion”. whatsapp As it makes every effort to meet climate commitments, as well as provide energy access and security for its population, the government is transitioning to more efficient and cleaner technologies. To this end, it has planned that all inefficient thermal power plants over 25 years’ old will be replaced with modern, efficient and cleaner technologies. This involves what is known as high efficiency, low emissions (HELE) technologies. Several power plants currently producing around 11,000 megawatts are scheduled to be replaced within five years. We welcome and encourage this as a clear and achievable goal.The recent news headlines suggesting India would suspend construction of new coal plants for the next 20 years sit in stark contrast to a national electricity report advising that additional coal-based capacity will be needed to fulfil India’s future electricity requirements. The World Coal Association encourages a plan to incorporate cleaner coal burning technologies into India’s energy mix in order to meet its huge development issues and ambitions.That’s why projects like Adani’s Carmichael mine development in Queensland remain essential, because they will supply high-quality coal into India for use in modern HELE power plants. Indeed, Adani’s management has been clear that it sees the Carmichael project as part of an integrated approach across the company. Coal from Carmichael will be used to fuel Adani’s power plants in India. India’s huge development and energy challenges mean there are economic and development arguments for investing in new coal power plants for the foreseeable future.More than 240m people in India have no electricity, and even for those who have, the quality is far below standards acceptable in developed countries. India’s residential electricity consumption lags behind the global average and is, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA), ten-times lower than that of OECD countries. 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The Week That Was: The Top 10 stories of the past seven days

first_img Facebook TAGSThe Week that Was Electric Picnic organisers release statement following confirmation of new festival date Electric Picnic Electric Picnic Laois Councillor ‘amazed’ at Electric Picnic decision to apply for later date for 2021 festival WhatsApp 1 – Deep sadness in Laois following tragic passing of Declan DooceyMr Doocey died following an accident in Mountrath Golf Club on Tuesday morning, May 5. His passing invoked an outpouring of emotion from those who knew him around the county.2 – WATCH: Gardai make visit to little Dan DonoherLittle Blue Heroes made little Dan Donoher the newest honorary Garda and presented him with his own little Garda car.3 – In Pictures: Laois community comes together to wish popular woman a 100th birthdayThe town of Rathdowney came together to wish one of their oldest residents a happy 100th birthday Wednesday afternoon and there was even a virtual appearance from singer Daniel O’Donnell while Bishop Dermot Farrell was also in attendance.4 – REVEALED: The list of underlying health conditions most likely to result in ICU if you get CoronavirusChronic heart disease, chronic respiratory disease, diabetes, asthma (requiring medication), cancer, chronic renal disease and those with a BMI greater than 40 were the underlying conditions that were discovered.5 – In Pictures: Timahoe GAA hold 72 hour ‘Danathon’ in aid of Dan DonoherFor 72 hours over the course of the May Bank Holiday weekend, members of the community came forward and walked or ran laps around the village green.6 – Help sought to give Laois girl a 21st birthday surprise after Coronavirus scuppers Disneyland tripA Laois family are looking for help to make their foster daughters birthday wish come through this weekend. Mountrath native Hope, who has Down Syndrome, will turn 21 on Sunday May 10.7 – Electric Picnic headliners reschedule World Tour to 2021Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, Rage Against The Machine’s entire reunion tour has been cancelled – and although they didn’t explicitly say it – one would have to assume their Electric Picnic performance is too.8 – Death occurs of Pat Lillis, former bank manager in PortlaoiseThe death has occurred of Pat Lillis, who was manager of ACC bank in Portlaoise for many years. Mr Lillis, who was originally from Clare, lived in Portlaoise and was heavily involved in a number of community groups.9 – Moment in Time: Classic Cumann na mBunscol hurling action from 2003We’ve gone into the archives and looked back at the 2003 hurling finals, ones that were played in glorious weather in late May.10 – Sporting Memories: John Costello on championship glory with O’Dempsey’s, his Laois career and the best he played withBig John, who now lives in Andalucia in Spain, has the distinction of playing with club, county, province and country. He lost a senior final with O’Dempsey’s in 1977 before winning it 1980 and was on the National League winning team with Laois in 1986.SEE ALSO – County Final Memory: O’Dempsey’s stun Graiguecullen with late winner in 1980 Twitter WhatsApp News By Megan Shiel – 9th May 2020 Twitter The Week That Was: The Top 10 stories of the past seven days Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Bizarre situation as Ben Brennan breaks up Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael arrangement to take Graiguecullen-Portarlington vice-chair role Pinterest Previous article1991 Election Memories: Liam Hyland champion of rural Ireland; Cathy Honan’s Senate term, the Spring Tide and Hello DivorceNext articleTalking Music: Brian O’Mahoney on touring Germany, supporting Shane McGowan playing Megan ShielMegan is currently studying English and New Media at the University of Limerick. A Raheen native, she’s happiest when talking sport, especially soccer but just don’t mention the 2019 champions league final Home We Are Laois The Week That Was: The Top 10 stories of the past seven… We Are Laois Facebooklast_img read more

Demand for solar panels up in new year

first_imgSurprising though it may seem, demand for solar panels is on the rise in North Korea as an increasing number of residents enter the New Year hoping to secure their energy supplies. North Korea’s chronic electricity shortages and blackouts have continued unabated under the reign of Kim Jong Un, with many residents living in darkness as a result of decades of neglect.   “In the past, owning solar panels wasn’t common, so people would give food or money to owners of solar panels in exchange for a battery recharge,” explained a source from Ryanggang Province in a telephone call to Daily NK on February 2nd. “But these days, more and more people are planning to purchase their own solar panels. Asking for a charge is somewhat embarrassing, so residents are willing to reduce their food purchases in order to save up. They’re telling themselves, ‘This year, I’m definitely going to buy one!’” According to the source, 30 Watt units are selling for about 235,000 KPW (approximately 29 USD), while 50 Watt units sell for about 300,000 KPW (approximately 37 USD) at Hyesan City’s Agricultural Market. This is the equivalent of between 50 to 70 kilograms of rice, which is considered a fortune by most ordinary North Koreans. “Many people are planning to spend frugally so they can save up and purchase a solar panel. After that, they can have access to energy whenever they please,” the source said. The report underscores the inability of the authorities to address the country’s energy problems. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un emphasized the need to continuously produce electricity while performing site guidance at power plants. However, ordinary residents have not experienced any tangible improvements under the new leader’s tenure. Instead of being shared amongst the population, the energy produced in the state’s power plants is first directed towards Kim family estates, idolization buildings, munitions factories, military buildings and installations, state agencies, and the city of Pyongyang. Understanding their place in the pecking order, residents are now relying on their own methods to meet their energy needs.   “A few years ago, solar panels were mostly installed in government buildings, the more successful state-owned enterprises, and some trading companies. But now you can see panels set up in many people’s homes. Demand is up, and stalls at the Hyesan Market and Wiyon Market are packed with units to sell,” a separate source in Ryanggang Province said.“The people who have solar panels use them to light up their homes and for various other electrical appliances like rice cookers. Some people are motivated to buy the panels so they can watch South Korean movies.”“Some residents are reportedly commenting that those who listen to what the regime says don’t turn out so well. But those who trust the markets fare much better. They can get money and electricity through the markets,” she added.“Seeing some people using the solar panels to light their homes has prompted the observation that ‘capitalism has defeated socialism.’ The regime says that capitalism is bad in propaganda, but residents snort with laughter when they hear it.” News Demand for solar panels up in new year North Korea Market Price Update: June 8, 2021 (Rice and USD Exchange Rate Only) US dollar and Chinese reminbi plummet against North Korean won once again NewsEconomy Facebook Twitter Kang Mi JinKang Mi JinKang Mi Jin is a North Korean defector turned journalist who fled North Korea in 2009. She has a degree in economics and writes largely on marketization and economy-related issues for Daily NK. Questions about her articles can be directed to [email protected] RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News By Kang Mi Jin – 2017.02.10 6:33am Proposal to shift “general markets” to “specialized markets” finds little support among N. Korean leaders SHARE News Solar panels can be seen affixed to the windows of multiple apartment units in Pyongyang’s Kaesong region in this photo taken in 2016. Image: Daily NKlast_img read more

Markets plunge as Trump moves to impose China tariffs

first_imgThe moves add to fears of escalating trade wars and the effects they could have on the global economy, said Anish Chopra, managing director with Portfolio Management Corp.“It’s the trend towards more protectionism in the United States. These are just opening moves. How long does it last, how far can this go, what other goods are going to get hit if they keep going along the path?,” he said.“Globalization, opening of global trade, tends to be positive for global growth, so if you’re going down this protectionist path, it’s not a positive for global growth.”Trade jitters sent the Toronto Stock Exchange’s S&P/TSX composite index down 275.35 points to 15,399.93 in broad-based declines led by base metals.“The Canadian market’s also reacting to Trump’s China tariff plan. It just sets a negative tone for global growth, and so everyone’s going to get hit if tariffs rise across the world, so even Canada’s growth will slow down,” said Chopra.U.S. declines were steeper, with industrial and technology companies heavily dependent on foreign trade especially hit.The Dow Jones industrial average closed down 724.42 points to 23,957.89. The S&P 500 index was down 68.24 points to 2,643.69 and the Nasdaq composite index was down 178.61 points to 7,166.68.However, there were also signs of Trump’s flexibility on tariff measures Thursday, with the administration saying that the European Union, Australia, Argentina, Brazil and South Korea will get an initial exemption from steel and aluminum tariffs as Canada and Mexico have already secured.The tariff moves came a day after the U.S. Federal Reserve announced a rate hike and said the U.S. economy and the job market continued to improve over the last two months. The Fed expects to raise rates three times this year, although some investors think a fourth increase is possible.Reaction to the Fed’s move had largely played out Wednesday, said Chopra, with today’s market movements focused on tariffs.The Canadian dollar closed at US77.47¢, up 0.30 of a U.S. cent.The May crude contract closed down US87¢ to US$64.30 per barrel and the May natural gas contract, which has become the new benchmark, ended down a penny at US$2.66 per mmBTU.The April gold contract closed up US$5.90 to US$1,327.40 an ounce and the May copper contract was down US4¢ to US$3.02 a pound.In Toronto, marijuana producer Aphria Inc. closed down 3.10%, Canopy Growth Corp. down 4.29% and Aurora Cannabis Inc. closed down 4.46% as Canada’s Senate prepared for a critical vote on the Liberal government’s bill to legalize marijuana.Cenovus Energy Inc. closed down 5.56% after it said its oilsands operations have been operating at reduced rates due to wider-than-normal light-heavy oil price differentials and pipeline capacity constraints. Keywords Marketwatch Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Ian Bickis Related news Toronto stock market dips on weakness in the energy and financials sectors North American markets closed down sharply Thursday as U.S. President Donald Trump stoked fears of rising protectionism by moving to impose China tariffs.The U.S. trade actions include imposing restrictions on Chinese investment and tariffs on some $62 billion worth of Chinese imports, prompting China to say the country will defend its interests. Businessman balancing bear bull financial managing stock market illustration lightwise/123RF TSX gets lift from financials, U.S. markets rise to highest since March S&P/TSX composite hits highest close since March on strength of financials sector Share this article and your comments with peers on social medialast_img read more

Laura Paglia named next IIAC head

first_img TD getting new head of private wealth, financial planning IE Staff Keywords Appointments,  Investment industryCompanies Investment Industry Association of Canada “I want to extend our deep appreciation for Ian’s vision, hard work, and dedication to large and small investment dealers in the industry throughout his long tenure,” Rousseau said. IIAC names new chairman Related news Securities lawyer Laura Paglia will become head of the Investment Industry Association of Canada (IIAC) in August when Ian Russell steps down.Paglia is a partner with Borden Ladner Gervais LLP in Toronto, where she’s a leader of the firm’s securities litigation and regulatory group. center_img Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Facebook LinkedIn Twitter “At a time of dramatic transformation in the financial sector and capital markets, and sweeping changes in the regulatory framework, the investment industry is fortunate to draw on Laura’s leadership as the voice of the investment industry,” said Richard Rousseau, chair of IIAC’s board of directors, in a release.Paglia will take over from Russell as IIAC’s president and CEO. Russell has led the industry lobby group for the last 15 years. PenderFund names new SVP for investments 123RFlast_img read more

Cuban Eye Care Centre…One Step Closer

first_imgRelatedCuban Eye Care Centre…One Step Closer FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Jamaica and Cuba yesterday (July 28) signed two agreements that will strengthen public health care services here.The signing took place at Jamaica House with Minister of Health Hon. Rudyard Spencer representing the Government of Jamaica and the outgoing Ambassador of Cuba, Gisela Garcia Rivera, signing on behalf of the Cuban Government.Under the first agreement, the Cuban Government will provide specialist eye care staff and some equipment for the Centre over a three year period. Jamaica will in turn provide the Cuban medical team with services including accommodation, travel and meals. The Centre will be located at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Kingston and its services will be available to ophthalmology patients from the entire English speaking Caribbean.This is the culmination of an offer of an eye care center made some time ago by former Cuban President Fidel Castro.Minister of Health, Hon. Rudyard Spencer receives a copy of the of the agreement between Jamaica and Cuba for the establishment of an Eye Care Centre at St Joseph’s Hospital in Kingston from the Ambassador of Cuba, Gisela Garcia Rivera. The Centre will be equipped by Cuba and staffed for three years by Cuban eye care specialists. Jamaica will provide all local services for the Cuban medical team. The centre will provide ophthalmology services for the English speaking Caribbean. Signing was at Jamaica House on July 28.The other agreement is to extend the technical co-operation between the two countries for an additional two years. This will provide 85 Cuban health specialists, including doctors, nurses, pharmacists and lab technicians for the nation’s public health system.In his brief address, Minister Spencer thanked the Government of Cuba and said that it would go a far way towards meeting the eye care and other medical needs of the country.Ambassador Garcia Rivera said that the centre was a dream of Commandante Fidel Castro and that although he was no longer the President, the Government of Cuba is carrying out his instructions to have the project completed. “Jamaica had a special place in the hearts of Cubans,” she said.She disclosed that some 6,000 Jamaicans had received eye operations in Cuba and there is demand for eye care services for some 50,000 persons. Cuban Eye Care Centre…One Step Closer Health & WellnessJuly 29, 2009 RelatedCuban Eye Care Centre…One Step Closercenter_img RelatedCuban Eye Care Centre…One Step Closer Advertisementslast_img read more

Cutting-edge Telexistence technology given funding boost

first_imgCutting-edge Telexistence technology given funding boost The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) today announced a £800,000 funding boost to develop innovative ‘telexistence’ technologies to reduce the risks associated with military personnel, emergency workers and civilians operating in dangerous and hazardous environments.Nine organisations, undertaking eleven different projects, will share the funding through the DASA Telexistence Themed Competition, run on behalf of the Ministry of Defence’s Chief Scientific Adviser and the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA), and managed by the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl).Such is the appetite for innovation on Telexistence, the initial competition opportunity of £500,000 was subsequently bolstered by a further injection of funds by both Dstl and the NDA, who are keen to realise the potential benefits of such technologies in the nuclear sector.The Telexistence competition aims to develop and demonstrate innovative technologies and novel solutions that have the potential to give military and government personnel, emergency services, or humanitarian workers the capability to operate in hazardous environments without physically being present.Ultimately, this capability will allow a human operator to perform complex tasks and operate equipment from a safe distance.Rob Baldock, Dstl Programme Manager for Emerging Technology, said:This is the culmination of several years of developing the concept of Telexistence inside Dstl from the idea of combining different areas of emerging science into the concept of projecting human presence into a remote environment and immersive feedback for the operator.This has huge potential to make many highly dangerous military operations and other hazardous civil operations much safer for our front line operators and save lives in the future.I would like to express my sincere thanks to the combined efforts of the multi-disciplinary teams from across Dstl, DASA and the NDA for all the hard work and effort that has gone to getting us to this impressive position, and am looking forward immensely to seeing the outcomes of the demonstrations to come.Nicola Armstrong, Dstl Telexistence Lead, said:We are excited to explore the range and potential of the technologies with innovators and stakeholders from across Government as well as the Defence and Security sector, identifying future applications in harsh or hazardous environments.Funded companies include:Veolia Nuclear SolutionsCyberselves Universal LtdDigital Kinematics LtdCreatecL3Harris TechnologiesHoloxica LimitedUniversity of LeedsTNOSheffield Hallam University.Sara Huntingdon, the NDA’s Head of Innovation, said:This competition presents a real opportunity for the NDA Group to engage with a really diverse range of ideas and new technologies developed by the supply chain, including many organisations and SMEs that we have not worked with before.Encouraging technology transfer across different sectors and maturing a broad range of technologies that move humans away from potentially harmful situations will benefit us all.Emily Tithecott, DASA Associate Delivery Manager, said:This competition gives us a real buzz, we are seeing more Government departments teaming together to fund innovations and this ensures many different sectors benefit from the adapted technologies.The funded projects will develop ideas in the latest remote operating, including: kinematic mapping, virtual reality, haptics, robotics, and telepresence.A telexistence capability is defined as a system, or a system of systems, which allows a human user to experience, interact with, and operate in an environment without physically being there. 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COVID-19 shines a light on the millennia-old balance between public, private worship

first_img Published: Oct. 23, 2020 During the pandemic, the practice of faith has moved to being a more personal one for many. Assistant Professor Sam Boyd, scholar of the Judeo-Christian tradition, discusses on The Conversation. Read the Article The Conversation on CUBTCategories:The ConversationNews Headlines Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-maillast_img

Samsung plays for 4G, 5G network win in Poland

first_img Samsung boosts logic chip investment by $34B Previous ArticleTIP signs up to open roaming ahead of Wi-Fi moveNext ArticleItaly woes continue to hamper CK Hutchison unit Home Samsung plays for 4G, 5G network win in Poland Author Yanitsa joins Mobile World Live as a Reporter based in London. She has more than 5 years’ experience at various media outlets in her home country Bulgaria. She started her career as a political reporter, followed by taking editor roles… Read more Samsung partnered with Polish operator Play on 4G and 5G trials, as it looks to pave the way for expanding its presence in the European network market.As part of the tie-up, the pair said the test will focus on the capabilities of Samsung’s offerings, including 4G radios, 5G Massive MIMO radios and baseband units, operating on low- and mid-band spectrum.The trials will also seek to assess 2G and 3G standards compatibility with the latest available technologies.Play expressed belief Samsung’s kit will open the door to “even greater network capacity and base station performance”, while the vendor highlighted its capability to help operators “increase flexibility in network management and achieve cost efficiency”.Michal Ziolkowski, CTO at Play, said the move allowed the operator to “choose the best solutions for the rollout of our network”.The majority of Play’s current network is supplied by Huawei, but Poland has introduced legislation that would prevent operators from buying products sold by “high-risk vendors” and require them to remove products they have already deployed within the next five years. Huawei is deemed by many countries to be high-risk. Ericsson also supplies a small portion of Play’s network.Testing of the networks will begin across Play’s labs and commercial networks in Warsaw in the current quarter.Europe visionSamsung’s head of networks in Europe Thomas Riedel described the trial as a “meaningful milestone” for the two companies, adding the vendor will continue its efforts to expand its presence on the continent and globally.It already supports commercial services across markets including South Korea, the US, Japan, Canada and New Zealand.In alignment with its European ambitions, earlier this year it completed what it touted as the first standalone (SA) 5G trial in the Czech Republic in cooperation with Deutsche Telekom. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore3 06 MAY 2021 Relatedcenter_img Google renueva Android y muestra novedades en IA Asia Tags KT makes LG Electronics trade-in move Europenetwork trialPlaySamsung Yanitsa Boyadzhieva last_img read more

LIVE: Cheetahs vs Pumas

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