FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享PV Magazine:The state government of Rajasthan has come up with a new draft solar policy. The proposed policy package aims to establish the state as a global hub for solar with 50 GW of installed generation capacity within 5-6 years. It envisages an R&D hub for the deployment of renewable energy technologies and solar-wind hybrid projects, with a focus on improving efficiency and reducing balance-of-system costs.The new policy aims to achieve 25 GW of grid-connected solar projects up to 2021-22 to fulfill the renewable purchase obligation of state electricity distribution companies (discoms) from PV. The state will also endeavor to develop solar projects for sale to parties other than state discoms, and for commercial self-consumption.Rajasthan also proposes setting up decentralized, grid-connected solar projects near 33 kV sub-stations for the sale of power to discoms. The minimum capacity allowed for such projects under the draft policy would be 500 kW and the maximum 3 MW. The projects would be awarded through tariff-based competitive bidding.To promote the development of 500 MW-plus solar parks, the state government will invest up to half of the equity required, including the cost of land, in joint venture companies formed for their development.However, industry insider Gopal Lal Somani says Rajasthan’s ambitious 25 GW, two to three-year target appears out of reach. He said the state policy has gaps on issues such as land acquisition, the huge transmission network required for the influx of solar, the creditworthiness of discoms and permit processing for land use. The new proposals need an investment-friendly environment and cost-economic benefits for developers to take investment decisions, said Somani.More: Rajasthan eyes 50 GW of solar within six years India’s Rajasthan state government announces 50GW solar goal by 2025
ELLSWORTH — David Roza, a reporter for The Ellsworth American, brought glory to the newsroom by winning the 4-mile Veterans Remembrance Road Race on Sunday.The race started and finished at the Down East YMCA. Below is a full list of finishers.David Roza, 22 minutes, 35 secondsPerry LeBreton, 23:35Seth Young, 24:29Jim Hunt, 26:47Peter Keeney, 27:10Nick Brown, 28:19Andrew Kephart, 28:22Joshua Torrance, 28:37Jeff Gagne, 28:59Anthony Crossman, 29:10Christopher Feldkamp, 29:30Mark Libby, 29:32Nick Cormier, 29:35Hunter Beal, 29:39Michele Gagnon, 29:45Kyle Davis, 30:19Tony Santiago, 30:20Steve Sullivan, 30:40Christopher Heel, 30:47Shawn Landry, 30:52Andre Jacques, 31:10Peter Hall, 31:20Tricia Brown, 31:20Tom Murphy, 31:26Matt Cormier, 31:45Abigail Mazgaj, 31:54Rebekah Woodward, 32:07Tom Kirby, 32:09Lisa Tweedie, 32:17Robin Clarke, 32:31Curran Walton, 32:40Becka Gagne, 33:02Laura Clapp, 33:05Levi Soper, 33:33Linda Cianchette, 33:38Unknown Runner, 33:41Antonio Cardona, 33:42Paul Hawkins, 33:45Chrissy Dykeman, 34:16Scott Parsons, 34:19Kris Garcia, 34:37Heather Haskell, 34:42Michelle Landry, 34:52Laureen Libby, 35:01Bailey Bishoff, 35:30Tony Bishop, 35:32Susan Kolakowski, 35:51Ryan White, 36:19Lisa McGowan, 36:24Vince Reyes, 36:25Troy Gardner, 36:26Lloyd Harmon, 36:38Caroline Mazgaj, 36:42Dave Samuelian, 37:10Jennifer Sargent, 37:25Ena White, 37:57Eugene Pellarano, 38:02Susanna Fay, 38:03Matthew Stoddard, 38:11Tamera Murphy, 38:18Marion Frehill, 38:26Mallory Eisworth, 38:38Shannon Christensen, 38:39Nathan Eisworth, 38:43Kristy Sharp, 38:46Jessica Marks, 38:49Rebecca Mantelli, 38:54Keith Jordan, 39:53Tony McKim, 39:56Logan McGowan, 40:10Mike Twigg, 40:24Denise Chandler, 40:53Duane Crawford, 41:00Chip Loring, 41:31Ander Thibaud, 41:32Roman Perez, 41:46Stephen Fay, 41:56Michele Wagstaff, 42:42Kimberly Lawrence, 42:46Donald Rae, 42:53Rhonda Reardon, 43:28Tommy Reardon, 43:29Robin Emery, 43:46Jason Partridge, 44:10John Linnehan, 45:03Charlie Hughes, 45:04Connor Crawford, 45:23Tony Beardsley, 45:29Laura Pellarano, 46:03Stephen Soper, 46:21Katherine Dow, 46:24Josh Richardson, 46:27Hugh O’Shields, 47:01Pamela Beam, 47:41Gail Pennartz, 48:42Daron Goldstein, 50:41Noah Hughes, 50:52Christine O’Shields, 51:11Samuel Hughes, 51:20Julie Clark, 51:23Mary Alice Bruce, 52:05Ashley Pennartz, 52:42Karen Girard, 54:33Cheryl Murphy, 59:35Ebony Patton, 1:01:45Judy Richards, 1:02:42Penny Brady, 1:02:43Kayla Moore, 1:03:15Daniel Clement, 1:03:30Stacey Clement, 1:03:31David Bednar, 1:03:33Shanna Robshaw, 1:03:37Brooks Engle, 1:05:38Cindy Engle, 1:05:40Dawn Bednar, 1:05:57Jenna French, 1:05:58John Crowley, 1:06:05Nichole Moore, 1:06:05Donna Jancewicz, 1:06:07Briana West, 1:06:10Melinda Beers, 1:06:14Amanda Kucharski, 1:06:30Kara Pratt, 1:06:35Shannon Sawyer,1:07:34Becky Follette, 1:07:36Mary Miller, 1:08:33Robert Miller, 1:08:34Ellen Eaton, 1:14:21Beth Lawson, 1:14:24Lauren Eaton, 1:14:25Bion Holbrook, 1:14:59Sierra Hachey, 1:15:01Kelly Skehan, 1:15:03Michelle Holbrook, 1:15:04This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text
ALL systems are in place or today’s final leg of the Jumbo Jet Thoroughbred Racing Committee (JJTRC) Triple Crown which gallops off at the Port Mourant turf club in Corentyne, Berbice.In an invited comment yesterday, organiser Nazrudeen Mohamed disclosed that close to 100 of the country’s top racehorses will be in action.The Triple Crown race promotion provides a bonus of $500 000 for whichever horse can complete three consecutive victories and, come this Easter, the mare Valentina, in the three-year-old Guyana-bred category, will be the only animal in the running for the Triple Crown bonus.The feature race will attract a total prize purse of almost $2M with the winner of that C Class and Lower race pocketing $1M.The winner of the three-year-old Guyana-bred race will pocket $400 000, the F Class winner $350 000, H Class $300 000, I Class $250 000, J Class; $230 000, K Class $220 000, L Class $200 000, L Class and Lower $140 000.The day’s event will be run under the auspices of the Guyana Horse Racing Authority (GHRA), therefore owners, groomsmen and trainers were asked to have their animals properly registered before today. Further, if this requirement is not met horses will not be allowed to participate in the day’s proceedings.On the other hand, outstanding individual performers including jockeys, trainers and stables will be presented with accolades, compliments of Ramesh Sunich of Trophy Stall, Bourda Market.Race time is 12:30hrs.
WATCH US LIVE Star Indian sprinter Hima Das claimed her second international gold in women’s 200m with a top finish at the Kutno Athletics Meet in Poland. Hima, who has been struggling with a back problem for the past few months, clocked 23.97 seconds to clinch the gold while VK Vismaya bagged the silver in 24.06 on Sunday. FOLLOW US LIVE TV SUBSCRIBE TO US Hima is the reigning world junior champion and national record holder in 400m. National record holder Muhammed Anas also won the gold in men’s 200m race at Kutno Athletics Meet in Poland on Sunday.M P Jabir won the gold in men’s 400m hurdles in 50.21 seconds while Jithin Paul was third in 52.26 secs.Indians swept the women’s 400m race through P Saritaben (52.77 secs), Sonia Baishya (53.73 secs) and R Vithya (53.73 secs). PTI PDS In her first competitive 200m race of the year, the Assam runner had clocked 23.65s on her way to gold in the Poznan Athletics Grand Prix, also in Poland, on Tuesday. Vismaya had finished third in that meet with a personal best time of 23.75. First Published: 8th July, 2019 10:17 IST National record holder Muhammed Anas also won the gold in men’s 200m race with a time of 21.18 seconds.This was Hima’s second competitive 200m race of the year. She has a personal best of 23.10s, which she clocked last year. Written By Press Trust Of India Last Updated: 8th July, 2019 10:27 IST Hima Das Wins Second International Gold Inside A Week Star Indian sprinter Hima Das claimed her second international gold in women’s 200m with a top finish at the Kutno Athletics Meet in Poland. COMMENT