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who can actually attend to whether your rooftop or solar part requirements?” were the questions that Tripathy’s team came up with After all unlike the West India has the problem of dust Every alternate day or at least once a week you have to wash the equipment Another vexatious issue was the anti-dumping duty of 45 percent which had already been notified The ministry knew that with the imposition of this duty the achievement of 100 GW would become quite difficult After all India imports 73 percent from China and some 17 percent from Malaysia The MNRE is working to get this waived And the biggest challenge was an internal milestone the ministry had set for itself Although the Prime Minister had promised the nation that his government would move towards installing 100 GW of solar power by 2022 the ministry wanted to do this by 2020 That was when the ministry came up with a plan to train 50000 mechanics under a scheme called Surya Mitra To get his service the ministry would release an app which would allow you to call an engineer who would charge you Rs 150 The ministry was also rewarded with an increase in its budget from Rs 1500 crore to Rs 9000 crore – a six times’ increase within two years Representational image Reuters More good news followed Carbon cess collections in India went up from Rs 50 crore to Rs 400 crore Then the RBI allowed Rs 1500 crore to be disbursed to this industry as priority sector lending Thus an investment of Rs 10 lakh for rooftop solar will be treated as priority sector lending Thus while household rooftops will enjoy a subsidy commercial and industrial rooftops won’t This is because as Tripathy explains the tariff benefits for industry and the commercial sectors are immense Hence Delhi Metro has informed the MNRE that for “every unit of solar energy we take we save around Rs 4” It is now planning to produce 500 MW Madhya Pradesh and bring it to Delhi for the use of its metro services Meanwhile the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court too has plans to source 100 percent of the court’s power requirement through solar power The MNRE is working to extend this concept to all government buildings as well “We are now working on a scheme to finance 10000 unemployed graduates which would enable each to set up 1 MW of solar capacity We want to make them solar entrepreneurs” added Tripathy Today he is certain that his ministry has the confidence to set up 100 GW of power in eight months’ time – technically speaking A lot will depend on how fast states will also move This is because much of the new solar installations will come up as decentralised cluster power generation stations for remote and unconnected villages This way the state governments save costs on laying down transmission lines reduce theft and most importantly provide power to all before the turn of this decade There could be a small problem with urban or industrial rooftops however Unlike the US or Germany where household tariff is almost four to fivetimes that of industrial tariffs (industry is subsidised) India has tariffs that work the other way Industrial and household tariffs are higher than for farmer and economically weaker sections If households and industry were to take up (cheaper) solar power the state would lose its most lucrative customers which help it subsidise power for farmers and for economically weaker sections But with battery/storage costs plummeting and solar panel costs going down the era of decentralised off-grid power is not far away What happened to the telecom sector when mobile phones made copper wires redundant could happen to the power sector as well Moreover as Tripathy says “For every megawatt of solar that you put you know 50 vehicles go out of the road 2percent (of population)don’t die premature deaths who otherwise die of (poor) air quality So if you are an active partner; either a company or a consultant or anything that you are playing a role now in the solar revolution you should be feeling very proud of it” Written by New York Times | Published: May 18 2012 3:21 am Related News There is a disparity in US and European military spendingbut how they spend the money is more important As secretary general of NATOI travel often to Washington Every time I doI hear voices expressing concern about burden-sharing in the transatlantic alliance Their message is clear: the Europeans do too little I can understand this viewbut its not the full picture As a EuropeanI have always admired the America that did so much to save my continent from tyranny in the 20th century I am also proud that following the 9/11 attacksin Americas hour of needEurope responded by invoking Article 5NATOs self-defence clause And all European allies stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the US in Afghanistanwhere they are making significant contributions in blood and treasure Europeans have shared the burden of our joint security in many other ways In Bosnia and Kosovowhere NATO intervened to stop massive human rights violations In Libyawhere European allies provided the leadership and the bulk of the assets for NATOs operation to protect civilians from attack This weekendover 60 representatives of NATO alliespartners and international organisations will meet in Chicago for the biggest summit meeting in the history of the alliance This is an opportunity for the European allies to demonstrate their continuing commitment to sharing the security burden This is why we will set the goal of NATO Forces 2020 modernmobileconnected forces able to operate together in any environment and to conduct complex joint operations at short noticeand equipped with the right mix of military capabilities Our operation in Libya last year was a strong reminder of what those capabilities are They include precision-guided munitionsair-to-air refuelingintelligencesurveillance and reconnaissance assets While there is a disparity in American and European military spendingit is not just how much we spend that is importantbut also how we spend it By sharing our assets and pooling our resourceswe can do more with what we have This is the essence of a new approach called Smart Defence. 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is expected to be lower than the price of energy from many new coal plants, including the state’s feisty Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, To accomplish this,FOUR! While most of the Indians stayed put in their hotel rooms, From remote areas in the state, the digital revolution democratised film-screening by enabling a new generation of cinema lovers to access DVDs of films that were limited to the festival circuit. reported People magazine. 2013 11:15 am Related News After much speculations from the media about Sanjay Dutt’s eldest daughter Trishala’s absence in these extremely trying times for the Dutt family, the student bodies have not compromised on preparations.
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