NLCIL’s Three 100 MW Solar Power Projects Dedicated To The Nation
The Union Minister for Railways, Coal, Finance & Company Affairs, Mr Piyush Goyal inaugurated Neyveli Lignite Corporation India Limited (NLCIL)’s three 100 MW Solar Power Projects for commercial operation and dedicated these projects to the Nation in Tamil Nadu.Solar Power projects were erected at a cost of Rs.1300 Crores, which includes Operation & Maintenance cost for 15 Years and produced power from this unit will be given to Tamilnadu Power Generation and Distribution Company (TANGEDCO) at a cost of Rs.4.41/- per unit.
NLCIL and Anna University signed An MoU Who would help set up a pilot project on solar drying of lignite, in order to increase its Caloric Value from 2700 Kcal to 4350 Kcal. The cost of the pilot project is Rs.2 Crore 69 Lakhs.
Former World Bank Economist Omar Al-Razzaz Sworn In As Jordan PM
King Abdullah swore in Jordan’s new government in on Thursday headed by former World Bank economist Omar Razzaz who will now attempt to tackle tax reforms while trying to avoid similar nationwide protests that brought down his predecessor.
Sixteen members of the 28-minister government retained their positions but the new administration includes seven women, the largest female political representation in the country’s history. The new administration is largely made up of technocrats which most being conservative and a small number of liberal-leaning ministers.