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Indian Railways moving toward a solar-powered future

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Clean Technica:Indian Railways has taken some significant measures over the last few weeks that will cement its place as one of the single largest clean energy users in India. These steps include the issuance of tenders for large-scale solar power projects and the commissioning of a first-of-its-kind project to use solar power for trains’ traction systems.These measures are part of Indian Railways’ long-term sustainability goals. According to a 2017 study, Indian Railways has a potential to set up 5 gigawatts of solar power capacity, which will be sufficient to meet all its power demand in the coming years.India’s minister for railways recently announced that Indian Railways has commissioned a 1.7-megawatt solar power project. Power generated from this project will be supplied to trains’ traction system. This project is the first of its kind in the world, Indian Railways has claimed. The project is located in Madhya Pradesh and was commissioned by a public sector company, BHEL. According to Indian Railways, the project is expected to generate 2.5 million kilowatt hours of electricity every year, resulting in annual savings of around $180,000.The 1.7-megawatt project has been implemented on an experimental basis and will form the foundation for gigawatt-scale solar-powered train operations. Railways Energy Management Company Limited (REMCL) has been assigned the responsibility to set up 3 gigawatts of solar power projects across the country to ensure solar power supply to Indian Railways’ vast network. These large-scale solar power projects will be commissioned over the unused land that Indian Railways owns across the country.Last year, REMCL issued two tenders to procure 140 megawatts and 109 megawatts of solar and wind power. These projects will be spread across multiple states. The Railways has put more emphasis on wind power capacity in these tenders, possibly to ensure the round-the-clock supply power necessary to operate trains.In June, REMCL issued a 400-megawatt solar power tender. This capacity will be distributed across six states. Three of these six states do not have any significant solar power capacity operational. Project developers are mandated to use Indian-made solar cells and modules for these projects. Earlier this month, another tender was issued by REMCL with a capacity of 1,000 megawatts. Again, developers will be required to use only Indian-made solar cells and modules. Developers will supply power at a fixed rate for 25 years.[Smiti]More: Indian Railways accelerates toward a solar future with new tenders Indian Railways moving toward a solar-powered futurelast_img read more

Ibold leaves Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce

first_imgBatesville, In. — Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce executive director Anna Ibold has announced her resignation effective January 25, 2019.For the last three years, Ibold has worked to build partnerships and enhance the Batesville business climate. Board president Maggie Henson said, “Anna has been a motivated leader for our community and the Batesville Chamber. Her ability to build partnerships, advocate for business members and drive the organization forward serves as a model for those who follow. The chamber will build upon the progress under Anna’s tenure while continuing in its mission to promote economic growth and development to the Batesville area. While we are sad to see her go, we thank Anna for her service and leadership.”Ibold has been instrumental in developing communication strategies, expanding the reach of the organization and affiliate partners, adding new programs and enhancing member benefits.“I’d like to express my gratitude for being given the chance to be your Director,” Ibold stated. “It has been a privilege serving the Chamber board and community members. I’ve had the honor of working with dedicated professionals and I look forward to the Chamber’s continued progress. Ibold added, “At this time, I’ve been granted the opportunity for professional development in the community I admire as I join the Batesville (Casket) team!”Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce board members are now searching for a replacement and encourage anyone with interest to call 812-934-3101.last_img read more

Wetten.com appoints Jeff Tabone as Director of Sportsbook

first_img Mateusz Juroszek – Non-stop STS will expand amid industry disruptions August 12, 2020 MoneyMatrix boosts wire transfer options by integrating Klarna’s Sofort August 24, 2020 Submit Related Articles Share Share Martin Lycka – Regulatory high temperatures cancel industry’s ‘silly season’ August 11, 2020 StumbleUpon New German focused sports betting operator Wetten.com has confirmed the appointment of Jeff Tabone as its first ever Director of Sportsbook.Tabone will join Wetten.com operations this June from European operator Betsson Group, where he served as Head of Sportsbook (2015-2017), as well as in other senior management positions within Betsson trading and sports betting operations.Powered by Gaming Innovation Group (GIG) iGaming Cloud platform, German-language online sportsbook Wetten.com was launched this January.Ahead of Germany adopting a national framework for online sports betting regulation, Wetten.com seeks to establish itself as a marquee brand for German betting consumers.As Director of Sportsbook, Tabone will be charged with leading the new bookmaker’s betting product strategy, operational initiatives, and trading/risk teams.Daniel Bradtke, Founder & CEO of Wetten.com, stated that his firm had found the right man to take its sportsbook forward: “Jeff’s extensive and collective grasp of both, the Sportsbook product and customer, will have a profound impact on Wetten.com. He will be an asset to the whole organisation as we look to define innovative Sportsbook user experiences.”Tabone backed Bradtke positive comments: “I am honored to be joining very talented Wetten.com team and using my experience and Sportsbook expertise to help drive this young company to new heights.”last_img read more