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FH Kärnten bietet Lehrgang „Small Hydropower for Sustainable Development” an
Spittal (OTS) – Der Studienbereich Bauingenieurwesen & Architektur an der FH Kärnten reagiert auf die verstärkte Nachfrage von Absolventen im Bereich alternativer Energieformen und startet im März 2016 einen neuen Masterlehrgang. Der Lehrgang mit der Bezeichnung „Small Hydropower for Sustainable Developement“ bildet Studierende im Fachbereich Kleinwasserkraft aus.

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State and towns looking at tapping into hydropower

CHESHIRE — As the turbid currents of the Hoosic River tumble over his backyard dam, a century-old barrier of concrete and limestone, Ken Egnaczak sees a cascade of lost opportunity. Day after day, the water flows by without generating even a spark. “It’s such a waste,” he said.

As the state seeks new sources of clean energy to replace power lost from the closures of nuclear and oil-fired plants, the retired mechanical engineer sees promise in the unharnessed power on his property, and at the nearly 3,000 other unused dams across the state.

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Small hydro-power projects to be promoted in Arunachal

Process of obtaining various clearances for the projects must be expedited and even made into a single window clearance system Boosting Arunachal Pradeah government’s plan to develop small hydropower projects to provide electricity on priority basis, the NITI Aayog has agreed that projects up to 100 MW could soon be promoted and taken up as small hydropower projects under Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE).

Aayog’s CEO Amitabh Kant disclosed this during a meeting with Chief Minister Kalikho Pul in New Delhi, an official communiqué informed here on Wednesday.

Mr. Pul had sought the support of the planning body to help develop State’s untapped hydropower potential in realizing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of 24×7 power for all by 2022.

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