User: ajnyani Topic: Energy
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4 states keen on Karnataka model of skill development 20.10.2017 deccanherald.com
Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh governments are keen on replicating the Karnataka model of skill development training for youth. Each of these states has sought specific information on curating courses specific to their region. In Karnataka, there has been an overwhelming response to the "Kaushalya" the skill development project with 6.94 lakh youth registering themselves online ever since the project was launched this year. The Rajasthan government has evinced interest in starting skill development programmes for youth in renewable energy such as solar power and wind energy, Muralidhar Halappa, chairman, Skill Development Corporation said. Andhra Pradesh has sought information in personality development, while West Bengal is keen on industrial training. Uttar Pradesh is interested in giving thrust to home appliances and automobiles and wants its youth back home to be trained in these sectors, Halappa said. The Karnataka model basically works like this: Those interested (age 18 ...
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Deep depression over Bengal may weaken soon; fresh buzz seen in Bay 10.10.2017 HBL: Agri-biz
Yesterday's deep depression to north-west of Kolkata has moved west-northwest through the night, and lay this morning over Bankura in the plains of Bengal, an India Met Department (IMD) update said.
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ICRA ratings for Indian debt instruments-Sep 29 3.10.2017 TOI: Intl Business
INDIA-RATINGS/(DAILY) (REPEAT):RPT-ICRA ratings for Indian debt instruments-Sep 29
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North, central Karnataka, and Malnad region hit 26.9.2017 Hindu: Karnataka
Man killed, three others seriously injured in lightning strike in Shivamogga
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Let states’ green power purchase quota be the floor: Karnataka to Centre 20.9.2017 ET: Power
States have been reluctant to sign or approve PPAs at tariffs set by regulators after the first wind auction in Feb, where the winning bid fell to Rs 3.46 per unit.
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India's 175 GW target for green power under threat: Sumant Sinha 12.9.2017 Business Standard: News Now
IIT-Delhi collaborates with ReNew Power for tech centre
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Pipe dream 11.9.2017 All Opinion Stories
Technology for electric vehicles largely depends on lithium battery as of now
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Wind power developers upset over Karnataka tariff revision 11.9.2017 ET: Power
The order reduces the feed-in tariff — the price at which state electricity distribution cos are required to buy wind power — from Rs 4.50 per kwH, set by an order passed in October 2015, to Rs 3.74 per kwH.
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Tariff for wind energy comes down 6.9.2017 Hindu: Cities
Rate reduced from ₹4.50 per unit to ₹3.74 per unit
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Falling renewable tariffs inducing power purchasers to renegotiate contracts 29.8.2017 Hindu: Business
Falling tariffs in the renewable energy sector are resulting in power purchasers looking to renegotiate earlier agreements they had committed to at higher tariffs, putting Rs 48,000 crore worth of pro...
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Renegotiation of higher tariff PPAs may impact Rs 48k crore worth investment 28.8.2017 ET: Power
Even in wind energy, 2000-3000 MW of projects which were allotted or had PPAs signed over Q3-Q4 fiscal 2017 at feed-in tariffs are at high risk of renegotiation.
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Renegotiation of higher tariff PPAs may impact Rs 48,000 cr worth 28.8.2017 Business Standard: Economy & Policy
Bid tariffs quoted were as low as Rs 2.44 per unit for solar power in May 2017
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Rs 48,000 crore renewable projects in crisis due to tariff revision: CRISIL 28.8.2017 Latest News
Many discoms have openly voiced their reservations in honouring the power purchase agreements (PPAs)
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Offshore wind farms proposed to meet energy demand 27.8.2017 ET: Power
Powerful and consistent winds and low sound pollution make offshore wind farms preferable to onshore farms, they report in the journal Current Science.
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Offshore wind farms proposed to meet energy demand (Environmental Feature) 27.8.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Offshore wind -- plentiful along the coast of southern India -- can be a potential source to meet the increasing energy demand in this region, scientists at the National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT) in Chennai report.
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River sailing camp for NCC 6th Karnataka naval unit starts on August 23 22.8.2017 TOI: Cities
The sixth Karnataka naval unit of National Cadet Corps, Udupi is conducting river sailing camp on the Udyavar River close to Udupi from August 23 to 28.
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PPA renegotiation, cancellation may impact investment in clean energy: Icra 21.8.2017 News
At the time of bidding, the benchmark regulated tariff for the tender was Rs 9.33 per unit
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Now, an infrastructure revolution! 19.8.2017 Hindu: National
The energy sector is all powered up with the fast-tracking of the Kochi-Mangaluru natural gas pipeline
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Centre rejigs PPA, takes the wind out of state discom bullies 17.8.2017 ET: Power
State distribution companies violate contracts by bullying solar and wind power cos to cut prices, which bankers say discourages lenders and investors.
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IBA may seek Centre's help as states move to rework PPAs with power firms 7.8.2017 ET: Power
Banks fear state governments cancelling or renegotiating pacts with developers will hit projects and add to the problem of rising bad loans.
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