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Reduction of Energy Demand By Curbs on “Luxury” Use

Here are a few very simple ways to reduce demand for electricity instead of seeking only for ways to increase its supply. Eliminating unnecessary “luxury” uses are measures that would find favour with the vast majority of middle- and low-income citizens who are hit hardest by power cuts, as they cannot afford a generator or UPS or similar mitigating measures.


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Uran Gas Flare ONGC

This was for minimising or eliminating the gas burnt in the “Technical flare” by recirculating the fluctuating quantities of feedstock used to produce LPG, Naptha etc plus methane. About 150,000 cubic meters a day, at pressures between 250 mm and 1530 mm, can be salvaged.

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Short Notes on the Value, Benefit, Production and Utilization of Jatropha urcas

Many get perplexed when electricity and diesel production from seeds is mentioned. However a large number of us who form part of the animal kingdom depend crucially on the energy from the photosynthesis in plants that is stored in grains and seeds.

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The Clean Development Mechanism: An Introduction

The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) is a provision of the 1997 Kyoto Protocol to the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.


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Carbon Trading via CERs and VERs

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The Kyoto Protocol was signed by countries (excluding US and Australia) who perceive the global dangers of global warming caused by increased emissions of carbon dioxide, methane (21 times worse as a green house gas, compared to carbon dioxide) and similar “greenhouse gases” (GHGs).


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CDM Websites

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CDM Background

The global temperature may climb from 1.4 to 5.8 degrees C
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CER aggregation – Opportunities and Risks

More than 3.6 million CER’s registered

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Showcasing State-of-art Gasification Systems for Rural Electrification

Specifically being considered for most difficult locations (forest villages, hilly terrains, very remote locations, islands, scattered households etc.)

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