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Canaguinim, Khola coast threatened by rising waters 17.6.2014 Goa News, News of Goa - Times of India
Rising water levels during the high tide and stormy weather conditions have rattled some forty families living near the coastline at Khola and Canaguinim beach in Canacona ...
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Inox Wind bags Rs 900cr order 17.6.2014 Telegraph: Business
Calcutta, June 16: Inox Wind Energy, a subsidiary of Gujarat Fluorochemicals Limited, has bagged a Rs 900-crore order from a subsidiary of Morgan Stanley to build wind power complexes of 170 megawatt (MW) capacity in Madhya Pradesh.
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Hotels bank on the sun to power up 17.6.2014 Hindu: Home
Some of them light up common areas, gardens and restaurants with solar energy
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A cleaner & cheaper way to make metals 16.6.2014 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Quality Thanks to environmental concerns and expensive operations, mining rare earth to make metals is not easy. But a unique method is proving to be successful, writes Kevin Bullis In lab space across from a yoga studio in an office park in Natick, Massachusetts, Adam Powell holds up a brilliant white ceramic tube that he says is the key to making the production of many widely used metals significantly cheaper and less polluting. Powell is the chief technology officer of Infinium, a startup spun out of Boston University that's been operating quietly since 2008 and is now ready to go to market with its first products — the "rare earth" metals neodymium and dysprosium. These materials are needed to make powerful magnets that work at high temperatures and are important for the generators found in wind turbines and many electric car motors. While Infinium's approach can be used to produce other metals, including magnesium and aluminium, the company is starting with rare earths because they fetch much ...
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Tata Power reports generation capacity of 13,183 MUs in FY14 16.6.2014 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Jun 16 : Tata Power today announced power generation of 13,183 MUs in FY14 with 2670 MUs in fiscal 2013-14.
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Renewable energy financier seeks Rs 150 cr equity infusion 16.6.2014 Latest News
The green energy lender asks Centre to bring down its guarantee fee to reduce interest rate
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Tata Power generates 2,670 MUs in Q4 FY'14 16.6.2014 HBL: Companies
Tata Power has generated 2,670 million units (MUs) in Q4 FY13-14 and 13,183 MUs in FY13-14. The company, together with its subsidiaries and jointly controlled entities, has an installed g...
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IREDA expects Rs 150-200 crore equity from Govt 16.6.2014 Latest News
Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency Ltd (IREDA), the financing agency supporting renewable energy projects in India, has said it is expecting around Rs 150-200 crore equity infusion from the Centre
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Why NGOs need to be brought down from their high pedestal - Firstpost 16.6.2014 Google News India
Why NGOs need to be brought down from their high pedestal Firstpost The brouhaha over the Intelligence Bureau (IB) report on non-governmental organisations (NGOs) may be overdone, but we must thank the IB for at least one thing: the debate on the role of NGOs has been opened up, and it needs to continue. While the ...
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Ganta Moots Wind Energy Project Atop Simhachalam 16.6.2014 The New Indian Express - Andhra Pradesh - http://newindianexpress.com/states/andhra_pradesh/
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TRADE TALK 16.6.2014 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
Milestone of power
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Ramadoss asks TN govt to speed up power projects 15.6.2014 HBL: Home
With power cuts reportedly continuing in some parts of the State, PMK founder S Ramadoss today urged the Tamil Nadu Government to speed up various solar and thermal power projects to manage the si...
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Ramadoss Asks Government to Speed Up Power Projects 15.6.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Ramadoss asks Govt to speed up power projects 15.6.2014 Zee News : States
With power cuts reportedly continuing in some parts of the state, PMK founder S Ramadoss today urged the Tamil Nadu government to speed up various solar and thermal power projects to manage the situation.
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Aim for energy security 15.6.2014 Asian Age: Editorial
With crude oil and gold prices shooting up following the escalation in the battle for supremacy between Shias and Sunnis in Iraq, the second-largest oil-exporting country, there is concern about the impact rising crude prices will have on the economy. India remains totally dependent on West Asian oil and imports nearly 65-70 per cent, if not more, of her crude oil requirements. This makes India hostage to tensions in West Asia. Fortunately, gold imports are coming down, otherwise, along with crude oil, these two commodities could play havoc with the efforts to keep the current account deficit within manageable limits. However, this is an opportunity for the government to boost the country’s renewable energy programme, for which the ground work, whether in wind or solar energy, has already been laid by our young entrepreneurs. They have been articulating several issues hampering the sector’s growth and the new power minister, Piyush Goyal, should waste no more time in eliminating the bottlenecks. ...
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Aim for energy security 15.6.2014 Asian Age: Editorial
With crude oil and gold prices shooting up following the escalation in the battle for supremacy between Shias and Sunnis in Iraq, the second-largest oil-exporting country, there is concern about the impact rising crude prices will have on the economy. India remains totally dependent on West Asian oil and imports nearly 65-70 per cent, if not more, of her crude oil requirements. This makes India hostage to tensions in West Asia. Fortunately, gold imports are coming down, otherwise, along with crude oil, these two commodities could play havoc with the efforts to keep the current account deficit within manageable limits. However, this is an opportunity for the government to boost the country’s renewable energy programme, for which the ground work, whether in wind or solar energy, has already been laid by our young entrepreneurs. They have been articulating several issues hampering the sector’s growth and the new power minister, Piyush Goyal, should waste no more time in eliminating the bottlenecks. ...
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Shift all the power cables under ground 15.6.2014 deccanherald.com
For 32-year-old Sowmya Kumar, calls to the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) office and Bangalore Electricity Suppply Company Limited (Bescom) become a part of her daily routine during monsoon. A place best known for its greenery, Jayanagar, is also a place infamous for powercuts and dangerous live-wires, thanks to the electricity cables that snap often. Sowmya, a resident of Jayanagar 9th Block, explains that every time it rains heavily, power is cut since overhead electricity wires would snap with the tree branches falling over them. "Even if there are winds, the problem is the same." She notes that the only solution that the authorities have for the problem is cutting branches or uprooting the trees completely. "Either way, it becomes a problem. Tree-felling is not an ideal solution. If alternatives could be found for the same, it would be useful," she opines. Radhe Shyam, a businessman who resides in Bhashyam Circle area, feels that taking the electricity wires under ground may be ...
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Rain, wind energy help Escoms tide over shortage of 1,200 MW 15.6.2014 Hindu: National
Shortage arose after UPCL stopped generation on June 12
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Tulsi Tanti bets again on Kirti Vagadia to boost Suzlon Energy 15.6.2014 ET: Power
Suzlon wasn't able to post annual consolidated profit since 2008-09. After Sinha & Banerjee left in 2010 & 2012. Tanti fell back on Vagadia who took over fin function as CFO in Apr '12.
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Afghans vote in run-off election despite Taliban threats 14.6.2014 Latest News
A smooth handover in Afghanistan's first democratic transfer of power would be a major achievement
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