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Chimneys of a coal-fired power station are pictured in New Delhi, India July 20, 2017. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

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NEW DELHI, May 18 (Reuters) – India’s energy ministry said on Wednesday it would cut domestic fuel supplies to state-run utilities by 5% if they do not import coal for the mix by June 15, as authorities struggle to meet growing electricity demand. .

A heatwave pushed power consumption to a record high in April, leading to the worst electricity crisis in more than six years and forcing India to reverse its policy of cutting coal imports. Read more

“If blending with domestic coal is not started by 15.06.2022, the domestic allocation of the affected failing thermal power plants will be further reduced by 5%,” the energy ministry said in a statement.

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He said state government-run utilities, most of which are indebted, will have to import more coal to fuel their power plants due to reduced local supply if they delay placing orders. and that supplies do not arrive by June 15.

India had set itself the target of importing 10% of its coal needs to blend with domestic coal.

The Ministry of Energy has asked all utilities to ensure delivery of 50% of the allocated quantity by June 30, another 40% by the end of August and the remaining 10% by the end of October. .

“If coal imported for blending purposes does not start arriving at power plants by June 15, all failing generation companies will have to import coal for blending purposes up to 15%,” it said. the Ministry.

“Little mixing took place during the months of April and May,” he noted, adding that factories that have not yet started mixing should ensure that they are using a mixture to 15% coal until October and a 10% mixture from November to March 2023. .

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Reporting by Sudarshan Varadhan

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“Everyday Japan Expo” Melo has become a brand new sterilized retail store in Singapore. Wed, 18 May 2022 02:45:00 +0000

SINGAPORE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–During the post-Covid regime in Singapore, with Japan’s Innovation & Technology, now Melo, managed by Global Partners Consulting Group (Headquarters: Singapore; Managing Director: Zenta Nishida), presents the brand new sterilized retail store in singapore to ensure that its customers and staff can visit and work in the store with a level of comfort.

The company’s managing director, Zenta Nishida, quotes,

“Even with strong government support in Singapore to contain and improve the COVID era, I believe the business side can help bring our economy back to the pre-COVID era. Thanks to our cooperation with Japan Trust Chemical Co., Ltd, our retail store now becomes a fully sterilized store for our dear customers and hard-working store staff. My top priority is always the safety of my staff and I hope other business owners feel the same to set higher standards in Singapore together. ”

Proven technology from Japan, provided by Japan Trust Chemical Co., Ltd (Headquarters: Tokyo, CEO: Hidemi Kawanobe) delivers outstanding results”once the mist is touched, it shows the results of No Germs or Viruses within 15 seconds to 3 minutes.

Please visit here for the complete publication of the data of [TR+ amazing bio-degrade ability] and [Comparison with TR+ other companies’ products]

Melo wants its customers to feel safer in this environment and lead the entire retail store environment with this advanced technology solution in Singapore.

Please stop by Melo @ Funan Mall just to get some mist of this product, then go shopping and have dinner with your loved ones.

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About Japan Trust Chemical Co., Ltd ( – Japan

With the motto “Harmony in Human & Environment”, the company provided a new health management system and environmentally friendly technology. The basic products (TR+ series) make it possible to disinfect harmful microorganisms in the air with a very strong elimination power, while eliminating unpleasant odors from its environment. The company’s top priority is safety and well-being. The product is proven safe for all generations as well as our earth by returning to water after use.

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GPC Group is a consulting firm specializing in assisting Japanese companies to develop their business in Asia with our offices in Tokyo, Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Cambodia. GPC Group’s unique services range from “Sell-side” M&A financial advisory (only one among SG’s Japanese companies), “full outsourcing” accounting service, “Melo!” and No.1 SG Employment Pass Consulting Service through its solution-focused consulting team.

]]> Boyne Arts Collective finds a new home to host arts in the park Tue, 17 May 2022 10:06:02 +0000

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BOYNE CITY — An area arts organization has found a new home in downtown Boyne City that’s more than double the size of its current location.

The Boyne Arts Collective was established approximately 15 years ago and has since had a number of homes in Boyne City. Organizers said its current location at 214 Water St. — leased to the collective by Boyne City Hardware — was a great location, but now was the time to get some much-needed bigger space.

“We are so grateful to them for keeping us in the community by renting us out of our current location for the past few years, but we just became a gallery,” said collective council chair Dawn Caine.