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Daily Asia Power Energy, Septyember 28, 2008 - Indonesia's bio-fuel

"India's fight against global warming"

On today's topic, I do not know about the field, but it is too exaggerated to Items, which is saying , in India, to solve the power shortage with this, and so I tried to read it. It was India's Mumbai and a challenge to the Green Building, and another the northern Indian hill state of Himachal Pradesh state government is a challenge to renewable energy.

Regarding India's challenge for human beings to global warming, it is substantial how to curb coal-fired and go. I think the most important recently, the Japanese Government and JICA is working for the efficiency of India's power sector. Even though a green building and renewable energy is small for earth, it is in India to boost people's awareness, mobilize a force.

Green Building, is currently in India, the land area of only 20,000 square feet, which by 2012 expanded to a billion square feet, he said. Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) has the idea. From the building structure itself, the use of solar and rainwater has been considered, compared to the usual construction, 40 to 50 percent of the amount of electricity used is to be saved. Building demand is 20 percent of the total electricity demand.

I do not want to be said by India people, but I am concern what's going on in Japan. I check up but there is no significant move. Of course, I have to expect, perhaps, big power companies would be interested, and they are going to study. In the United States, in July 1994, the National Green Building Association (US Green Building Council) is established, building industry, of course, electricity and gas companies, financial, real estate, local governments, universities, environmental groups, general manufacturing, manufacturers, etc. Participation in the industry beyond the framework of the activities, he said.

I, as in Bangkok and Jakarta's demand for electricity to a historic move, consider the following. After a high level of economic growth, the day peak is higher than the evening peak. This is why the economic growth of the city's major building companies has been increasing rapidly, especially with increased demand for air conditioning. So, make sure the morning at nine, air-conditioning turned on, most turn off at five o'clock that evening, eight hours of peak demand the ultimate form of it.

So, for example, such as Thailand, Laos to see the current situation of the hydraulic load to 15 hours of daytime driving and has asked for, but it should converge on the peak eight hours. So, for example, a 15-hour Nam Theun 2 hydropower is now 1,000 MW, and in the near future, be sure to 2,000 MW and the need to expand. From this perspective, green building, have a major impact on electricity demand.

Today, more of the Green Building, Himachal Pradesh state's efforts to develop renewable energy, and it will be held tomorrow from a Nepali and Indian Water Resources Committee in Kathmandu. Nepal's water resources can solve the problem by constructing the height of the dam, Pancheshwor the 315m, Kosi High dam 269m. They are very large-scale plans for the dam and power plant. Runoff and sediment from the Himalayas, flood protection downstream, considering the need of this magnitude, but the financing and construction period, considering the mind-boggling.



Past News

œ Indonesia's bio-fuel (080928)
œ Salween river dam development (080927)
œChina and the Mekong Basin Conference (080926)
œIndia, 60,000MW hydropower by 2025 (080925)
œChina@and India in a scramble for Nepal (080924)
œThe root cause of Vietnam's power shortage (080923)
œIndia's Initiative for South Asia power grid (080922)
œPakistan's private thermal power development (080921)
œIndiaC600,000 MW nuclear power development (080920)
œNepal's hydropower development challenge outback (080919)
œCambodia's hydropower development@study (080918)
œIndia's power transmission corporation division (080915)
œKosi River in India and Nepal's problems (080914)
œThailand natural gas power obsessed(080913)
œIndia's coal red light (080912)
œIndia, Tata, 10,000 MW development (080911)
œIndonesia's crude oil production decline (080910)
œIndia's power reform and pool@market (080909)
œVietnam's power crisis continues (080908)
œIndonesia's second Crash Program (080907)
œ China and India race to capture the uranium (080906)
œIndia's gas to Warring Period (080905)
œIndia's hydropower development delay (080904)
œMyanmar's hydro and natural gas (080903)
œ‚o‚‚—‚…‚’@‚ƒ‚’‚‰‚“‚‰‚“@‚‰‚Ž@‚h‚Ž‚„‚‚Ž‚…‚“‚‰‚ (080902)
œIndia and Nepal river management (080901)
œIndia's natural gas production (080831)
œChina and Vietnam in Laos (080830)

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