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 Month: November 2018 - Invest Money - Stock Market, Money, Business

Global Distributed Solar PV Market 2018 by Major Players


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Numerous prominent companies cited in the report are IKEA Solar, Lightsource Renewable Energy, SolarCity, SunEdison, SunRun, Vivint Solar, Trina Solar, Yingli Green Energy, Canadian Solar, Jinko Solar, . The report comprises of growth drivers and restraints as well as opportunities, covering the impact of the market dynamics on complete demand for the product over the forecast period. The report thinks about the current fundamental realities associated with the market that will allow businessmen to expand knowledge on the industry chances that they can click on.


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Market Segment by Regions, regional analysis covers: North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India

Major Product Types covered are: Rooftop Solar Photovoltaic, Ground PV, Others,

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Indian coal fired power plants are the fifth most profitable globally


Indian coal fired power plants are the fifth most profitable globally after South Korea. India is the third largest in terms of operational and under construction coal fired power plants after the US.The most profitable power plants are from South Africa, followed by Australia and Indonesia.

This data has been compiled by Carbon Tracker, a not-for-profit financial think tank researching on climate change.

According to the study, Indian coal fuelled power plants have a capacity-weighted average gross profitability of $13 MWh. South Korea is a close fourth at $15 per MWh. Indonesia and Australia both have exhibited capacity-weighted average gross profitability of $20 per MWh. The highest profitability has been exhibited by South Africa at $23 per MWh.

It has been estimated that coal fired power plants from China, US, Ukraine, Europe and Russia are all loss making. Russian plants are the most loss making where capacity-weighted average gross profitability of plants are a negative $12 per MWh. The figure for China is a negative $3 per MWh while those in the US are a negative $4 per MWh.

According to the non-profit organisation, India’s operational and under construction coal fired power plants at 254 giga watt represent 12.5% of the world total which has been estimated at 2043 GW. China represents 51% of the world capacity.

The study estimates that 62% of Indian coal fired power plants’ are running at costs that are higher than new renewable plants. Carbon Tracker feels that by 2030 cost of operating of all coal fired plants would be more than cost of renewable power plants.

Experts from Carbon Tracker has estimated that 42% of global coal capacity is already unprofitable because of high fuel costs; by 2040 that could reach 72% as existing carbon pricing and air pollution regulations drive up costs while the price of onshore wind and solar power continues to fall any future regulation would make coal power still more unprofitable.

Globally it costs more to run 35% of coal power plants than to build new renewable generation. By 2030 building new renewables will be cheaper than continuing to operate 96% of today’s existing and planned coal plants.(See: Coal)

China could save $389 billion by closing plants in line with the Paris Climate Agreement instead of pursuing business as usual plans. The EU could save $89 billion, the US could save $78 billion; and Russia could save $20 billion.

Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor on fast track, completes 194 km Bhadan-Khurja section

New Delhi, Nov 30 (UNI)

DFC on fast track, Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor

Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Limited (DFCCIL) completed the 194 km section from Bhadan to Khurja of the Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor (EDFC) on one of India’s busiest rail network on Friday.

A trial run of freight train on this newly-completed section was done in the presence of MD DFCCIL Anurag Sachan and senior executives of Tata Projects, besides senior officials from NCR, DFCCIL and other stakeholders.

Located between Delhi-Kanpur section, the Bhadan-Khurja stretch has six stations and a total of 249 bridges consisting of 17 major, 137 minor, 92 Rail Under Bridges (RUB) and 3 Rail Fly Overs (RFOs), an official statement here said.

Trial run of a commercial freight train in this section is scheduled on Friday.

Freight trains on DFCCIL will be capable for attaining speeds of 100 kmph as against the current maximum speed of 75 km/h on Indian Railway.

Successes, scandals and send-offs: 2018’s top showbiz stories

LONDON (Reuters) –

A royal wedding with a Hollywood ending, a rapping Pulitzer first and a send-off fit for a musical soul queen. The world of entertainment saw a spate of headline-grabbing stories this year with plenty of award-winning highs and some stumbling lows.

Award season kicked off 2018, with pop singer Bruno Mars triumphing at the Grammys while actress Frances McDormand briefly lost her newly-won Oscar at the Academy Awards.entertainment

Accolades came for Kendrick Lamar, the first rapper to win a Pulitzer prize, People’s magazine’s “sexiest man alive” Idris Elba and George Clooney, named the world’s highest-paid actor, mainly thanks to the sale of his tequila company.

Bill Cosby was the first celebrity convicted of sexual abuse since the #MeToo movement began. Film producer Harvey Weinstein surrendered to New York police, and is facing charges involving alleged assaults of women, to which he has pleaded not guilty.

Netflix drama “House of Cards” returned without Kevin Spacey after the actor was accused of sexual misconduct. Roseanne Barr’s revived “Roseanne” show was quickly canceled after the actress sparked outrage by comparing a black former Obama administration official to an ape on Twitter. She apologized but said she had been misunderstood.

Rapper Kanye West made some startling comments, notably describing slavery as a choice and gave a rambling speech at the White House.


In film, mainstream racially diverse movies “Black Panther” and “Crazy Rich Asians” won over audiences and critics, while the trailer for Disney’s upcoming “Lion King” revival, saw a massive 224.6 million global views in its first day.

Pop singer Lady Gaga cemented her move to Hollywood in “A Star Is Born”, garnering Oscar speculation, while in other music news, the Spice Girls reunited – minus Victoria Beckham – and Elton John kicked off his farewell tour.

In front of global audience, Britain’s Prince Harry married American actress Meghan Markle. Pop singer Justin Bieber wed model Hailey Baldwin in a quiet ceremony.

Actors Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie exchanged accusations in their drawn-out divorce. Singer Ariana Grande and comedian Pete Davidson got engaged but split a few months later. Grande’s ex-boyfriend Mac Miller died of an accidental overdose.

The world said goodbye to a number of stars, including Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin, physicist Stephen Hawking, actor Burt Reynolds, comicbook superhero creator Stan Lee, singer Charles Aznavour, chef Anthony Bourdain, DJ Avicii, fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy and film director Bernardo Bertolucci.

Reporting by Marie-Louise Gumuchian; Editing by Peter Graff

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Indian gold demand shines as local rates dip; buying steady elsewhere

(Reuters) – Physical gold demand in the world’s second biggest bullion consumer India got a fillip this week from a slide in local rates due to gains in the rupee, while buying was steady in other top Asian hubs.second biggest bullion consumer

“The appreciating (Indian) rupee has brought down prices. At this price level, jewellers and retail buyers are quite comfortable in making purchases,” said Ashok Jain, proprietor of Mumbai-based wholesaler Chenaji Narsinghji.

Local gold prices were trading near their lowest in about three months as an appreciation in the rupee made overseas buying cheaper.

After decent sales during the Diwali festival, jewelers have been replenishing inventories for the wedding season, a Mumbai-based dealer with a private bank said.

Gold is considered an essential part of weddings in India, when adorning and giving gold as a gift are common practices.

Dealers in India were charging a premium of up to $2 an ounce over official domestic prices, unchanged from the last week. The domestic price includes a 10 percent import tax.

Benchmark spot gold edged lower on Friday, ahead of the G20 meeting in Argentina this weekend, where U.S. and Chinese leaders are scheduled to discuss trade matters after months of tensions, but prices were on track to notch a second straight month of gains.

In China, premiums of $6-$7 an ounce were charged over the benchmark, versus $4-$6 last week, while in Hong Kong, premiums were quoted at $0.90-$1.50, against the previous week’s $0.70-$1.50 range, with steady demand in the region, traders said.

In Singapore, premiums were in the $0.70-$0.90 level, compared with last week’s $0.50-$0.80.

The physical gold market has been quiet in Singapore following the festive period, said Brian Lan, managing director at Singapore dealer GoldSilver Central.

But there are some private funds buying gold, maybe as a hedge given the current geopolitical scenario, he added.

In Japan, prices were on par with the benchmark and buying was tepid, a Tokyo-based trader said.

Reporting by Eileen Soreng in Bengaluru; editing by David Evans

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Etawah Mahotsav: Foreign artists to perform in inaugural ceremony


Etawah, Nov 30 (UNI)

Foreign artists are set to spread the hues of Indian culture in the ‘Etawah mahotsav’ starting from December 2 ,here.

General Secretary of Mahotsav Committee and Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) of the city Mr Siddharth on Thursday said that Yanakosikawa from Belarus will present a Bharatnatyam performance whereas S Indraja from Sri Lanka and Galendar Mudizime from Zimbabwe are also set to give a performance set on Indian culture and traditions in the inaugural ceremony of the fair.Etawah mahotsav

Bengaluru’s Mijinka Braha and Ramayani Rai from Kolkata will initiate the programme with their performances.
District Magistrate (DM) Ms Selva Kumari will inaugurate the fair and the exhibition before the performances.

Mr Siddharth also said that the DM had worked really hard to bring the foreign artists to perform in the fair for giving the fair a novel image.