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NHPC, GEDCOL join forces to develop 500MW of floating solar in Indian state of Odisha

first_imgNHPC, GEDCOL join forces to develop 500MW of floating solar in Indian state of Odisha FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享PTI:State-run hydro giant NHPC on Monday said it has inked a MoU with Green Energy Development Corporation of Odisha Limited (GEDCOL) to form a joint venture for developing floating solar energy projects in the state with initial capacity of 500 MW.“A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between NHPC Ltd and Green Energy Development Corporation of Odisha Ltd (GEDCOL) on July 20, 2020 through video conferencing,” a regulatory filing said.The two entities may collaborate and cooperate to form a joint venture company (JVC) to plan and develop techno-commercially feasible floating solar power projects of 500 MW in Odisha under UMREPPs (Ultra Mega Renewable Energy Power Parks) scheme of Ministry of New and Renewable Energy), in a phased manner, preferably in packages of 50 MW each, it said.The parties also agree to explore further potential of installing floating solar projects after joint identification in subsequent periods in Odisha, it added.More: NHPC, GEDCOL ink pact to develop floating solar power projects in Odishalast_img read more

Dominican Republic Military and National Police Compete in Sporting Games

first_img“Of all the high-performance athletes in the Dominican Republic, 98 percent are members of the Armed Forces and the police,” said Colonel Julio César Hernández Olivero, the Army’s director of athletics. “Most of the participants in the Military Games are high-performance athletes; however, Cadets and Officers from Military missions also participate in these games.” Athletes from the Armed Forces are competing in various sports, including baseball, soccer, table tennis, track and field, shooting, handball, karate and cycling. “Of all the high-performance athletes in the Dominican Republic, 98 percent are members of the Armed Forces and the police,” said Colonel Julio César Hernández Olivero, the Army’s director of athletics. “Most of the participants in the Military Games are high-performance athletes; however, Cadets and Officers from Military missions also participate in these games.” And for more than 40 years, they’ve maintained a tradition of athletic excellence through the annual competition. For example, on March 31, the National Police team won the Olympic wrestling tournament with a total of 113 points; the Air Force came in second with 102 points; the Army followed with 54; and the Navy placed fourth with 19. In 9mm pistol shooting, meanwhile, the Army’s team won for the 17th straight year with 2,190 points — just ahead of the Air Force, which earned 2,135 points. Athletes from the Armed Forces are competing in various sports, including baseball, soccer, table tennis, track and field, shooting, handball, karate and cycling. And for more than 40 years, they’ve maintained a tradition of athletic excellence through the annual competition. For example, on March 31, the National Police team won the Olympic wrestling tournament with a total of 113 points; the Air Force came in second with 102 points; the Army followed with 54; and the Navy placed fourth with 19. In 9mm pistol shooting, meanwhile, the Army’s team won for the 17th straight year with 2,190 points — just ahead of the Air Force, which earned 2,135 points. By Dialogo April 08, 2015 About 4,500 athletes from the Dominican Republic’s Army, Navy, Air Force and National Police are participating in the 46th Armed Forces and Police Sporting Games. The athletic competition brings the participants closer to the civilian population, and also helps keep young people away from criminal activities. Games build rapport between the Military and police and civilians In particular, participants in the games often build relationships with younger members of the community. “They become an example for our young people who are just beginning their lives, and they have a positive effect by preventing teenagers from getting involved in illegal activities,” Pou said. “The federations benefit in that the athletes are being trained year round. It also gives us the opportunity for these athletes to spread the information and organization we have in our institutions, and this leads to closer relationships with the civilian population,” Hernández Olivero said. “The federations benefit in that the athletes are being trained year round. It also gives us the opportunity for these athletes to spread the information and organization we have in our institutions, and this leads to closer relationships with the civilian population,” Hernández Olivero said. In particular, participants in the games often build relationships with younger members of the community. “They become an example for our young people who are just beginning their lives, and they have a positive effect by preventing teenagers from getting involved in illegal activities,” Pou said. The Ministry of Defense, through the Armed Forces Athletic Circle and the National Police, presided over the event’s opening ceremony on March 26 at Tetelo Vargas Stadium in the province of San Pedro de Macorís. The athletic competition began more than three weeks earlier, on March 3, and is scheduled to conclude on May 22. Many high-level athletes, Military members or police officers Many high-level athletes, Military members or police officers About 4,500 athletes from the Dominican Republic’s Army, Navy, Air Force and National Police are participating in the 46th Armed Forces and Police Sporting Games. The athletic competition brings the participants closer to the civilian population, and also helps keep young people away from criminal activities. The Ministry of Defense, through the Armed Forces Athletic Circle and the National Police, presided over the event’s opening ceremony on March 26 at Tetelo Vargas Stadium in the province of San Pedro de Macorís. The athletic competition began more than three weeks earlier, on March 3, and is scheduled to conclude on May 22. These sporting events do more than provide Soldiers and police the opportunity to display their athletic skills: by engaging in friendly competition, they enhance the Military’s relationships with the National Police as well as with citizens. Games build rapport between the Military and police and civilians These sporting events do more than provide Soldiers and police the opportunity to display their athletic skills: by engaging in friendly competition, they enhance the Military’s relationships with the National Police as well as with citizens. Organizers created an event “intended to entertain and educate the Dominican people through sport, so they can see our armed forces and its components, in the role of free competition, peace, solidarity, brotherhood, as agents of society that are useful and proper in fulfilling their duties, and to show the best of them to all the nation,” said Vice Admiral Juan Ramón Soto de la Rosa, director of the Armed Forces and the National Police Athletic Circle, during the opening ceremony. Organizers created an event “intended to entertain and educate the Dominican people through sport, so they can see our armed forces and its components, in the role of free competition, peace, solidarity, brotherhood, as agents of society that are useful and proper in fulfilling their duties, and to show the best of them to all the nation,” said Vice Admiral Juan Ramón Soto de la Rosa, director of the Armed Forces and the National Police Athletic Circle, during the opening ceremony. last_img read more