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Tackle ‘dumsor' with solar energy – German Renewable Energy Expert to govt

Ghana Web 15 Apr 2021
... piled up on the national grid ... “Put up the framework to empower individuals or companies to install the power system and to integrate into the existing grid to boost installations a lot and alleviate the pressure on the national grid,” he told host of the programme Alfred Ocansey.
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The first local term I learned in Ghana was ‘Dumsor’– German Renewable Energy Expert

Ghana Web 15 Apr 2021
... pressure on the national grid ... “Put up the framework to empower individuals or companies to install the power system and to integrate into the existing grid to boost installations a lot and alleviate the pressure on the national grid,” he told host of the programme Alfred Ocansey.
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Should I buy National Grid shares at the current price?

The Motley Fool 15 Apr 2021
I own stock in National Grid (LSE ... The National Grid share price is important to me, but mainly as an input to calculating the dividend yield ... The question I need to answer when deciding to buy, hold, or sell National grid stock in my Stocks and Shares ISA is if the dividend is safe or not ... National Grid dividend ... I will hold my National Grid shares.
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Children’s health, futures deserve a climate-resilient energy system

Metrowest Daily News 15 Apr 2021
After a sweeping energy breakdown during a storm in February, Texans now face the daunting task of reforming the power grid, ... Electric grid regulators say the nation will have to secure huge supplies of power storage, such as giant batteries, that rely on emerging technologies.
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Showed in Ladakh that China can’t push India around: CDS Gen Rawat

Hindustan Times 15 Apr 2021
The CDS linked China’s assertiveness to its developing disruptive technologies that can paralyse systems of its adversaries, causing breakdowns in critical areas such as banking, power grids, transportation and communication ... To be sure, India denied any data breach in the attempts made by Chinese hackers to target the country’s power grid.
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Underage driver took out utility poles in Gasport

Lockport Union-Sun 15 Apr 2021
April 10, cutting both in half, causing injuries and sparking a local power outage, according to Middleport Police Department ... National Grid was contacted to fix the snapped poles and a transformer. The power outage continued into Saturday afternoon, according to Middleport Police Sgt. Roland Johnson. .
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€2.7 billion investment needed for onshore wind energy

RTE 15 Apr 2021
The study has also concluded that up to 7,020 jobs could be supported by the sector in nine years time, up from 5,130 now, with much of the employment concentrated in rural Ireland ... Wind energy can pose challenges in terms of delivering reliable and constant power to the national grid, given the fluctuations in wind speeds ... .
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NTDC sets up control center to liaison with NPCC & DISCOs during Ramazan

Urdu Point 14 Apr 2021
In compliance of directions of Ministry of Energy (Power Division), National Transmission & Despatch Company Limited (NTDC) has set up Central Control Center at 220 kV grid station New Kotlakhpat Lahore to monitor and keep a close liaison with NPCC (National Power Control Center) ...
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Commentary: Children’s health, futures deserve a climate-resilient energy system

Finger Lakes Times 14 Apr 2021
After a sweeping energy breakdown during a storm in February, Texans now face the daunting task of reforming the power grid, ... Electric grid regulators say the nation will have to secure huge supplies of power storage, such as giant batteries, that rely on emerging technologies.
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Dumsor: Government should be truthful to Ghanaians- Della Sowah

Ghana Web 14 Apr 2021
She noted that as a result, measures like 800MW of power was supplemented to the national grid, the 220MW from the Karpower barge also injected to the grid, and the Africa and Asia Middle East Resources and Investment (AMERI) emergency power plant supplying 250MW were put in place.
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Column: Acting on the infrastructure

Mount Pleasant Morning Sun 14 Apr 2021
The nation's power grid is vulnerable and is often subject to attack ... Every four days or so, the electrical grid is struck by either a physical or a cyber-attack. Former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said that a cyber-attack worthy of taking down the power grid was a matter of "when" not "if." ... They are “people” after all.
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Emissions from Irish power generation and major industry drop 6%

The Irish Times 14 Apr 2021
In contrast, emissions from the ESB coal-fired plant at Moneypoint increased by almost 27 per cent, mainly due to increased demand and it being used to balance power on the national grid. Aside from power generation, the decrease in industrial emissions collectively is 3.5 per cent, with cement industries recording a 5.7 per cent decrease.
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Overseas rockers shine in sequels

The Scranton Times-Tribune 14 Apr 2021
The Struts — ‘Strange Days’. THE GOOD ... THE BAD. No complaints. THE NITTY GRITTY ... Yep ... Shortly after 1995’s “Couchmaster,” the group took a decade-long hiatus to explore other projects and recharge its power-pop batteries. We’ve been in the group’s second era since 2005’s brilliant “At the National Grid.” “Foothills” is now another jewel in the catalog.
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When the lights go out in Myanmar

Asiatimes 13 Apr 2021
The combination of bureaucratic gridlock, consumer revolt and investor reluctance has analysts speculating if and when the national power grid could go dark ... The ousted Aung San Suu Kyi-led government was working to bridge the nation’s chronic power gap, a legacy of decades of military misrule.
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Bui Dam’s low water levels was anticipated – Fred Oware

Joy Online 13 Apr 2021
The Bui Dam expected to generate about 400 megawatts is presently producing 90 megawatts to support the national grid ... Meanwhile, the CEO of Bui Dam Authority has confirmed that the Authority has added 22 megawatts from its solar project onto the national grid to help fill in the needed capacity.
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