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Floating Solar Power Plant Projects 08-May-2018
Floating Solar Power Plant project begins in Visakhapatnam. Floating Solar Power Plant in Visakhapatnam: The much-awaited floating solar power plant project in Visakhapatnam would soon turn out to be a reality. The project, which is planned at the Mudasarlova reservoir in the city, had its works begun from Monday. While the authorities have already installed the floating bases/boards in the reservoir, the solar panels are expected to be installed by the end of May. The Mudasarlova reservoir, located in Hanumanthawaka which is bestowing around 1 million gallons of water per day, will also be a bedrock for the floating power plant. The project is an adjunct of the Vizag smart city projects of Greater Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation (GVMC). We have started to set up the floating bases and solar plants are likely to be placed by the end of this month. The bases will have bed-like structure at the bottom so that when the water dries up, the panels will not get damaged. It may take two months for the completion of the project. Floating solar panels are now gaining a lot of popularity across the world. Their advanced technology is helping the world look at renewable energy in a new light. These solar panels can be deployed in cities to save land space and utilize water bodies such as lakes or reservoirs which they can shade the water thus reducing evaporation. The solar panels will be mounted on top of the floaters which will hover on the water. They are deemed...
RK Beach turns into a cesspool 02-May-2018
Visakhapatnam: Although heavy rains on Tuesday brought relief from the scorching sun, it was a nightmare for commuters, visitors, tourists and people living opposite RK beach. Normal life brought to a grinding halt. After heavy downpour in the morning, clouds dotted the sky throughout the day. This was accompanied by steady drizzle. To enjoy the weather, most families and college students ventured out onto the RK Beach Road. However, many of them were disappointed as the entire beach road was covered with garbage, including wine bottles and coconut shells. Drains overflowed in many parts of the city and pedestrians as well as commuters had a tough time in low-lying areas like Poorna Market, Kobarithotta, Reeliveedhi and Convent Junction. J Bhavesh, a college student who went with his family to spend some time on the beach road, said, “The weather changed completely, it was respite from the scorching heat that had been persisting. When we went for a stroll near RK Beach, we could sense a foul smell. The entire stretch was littered with garbage. It was disheartening to see the state of affairs as most of the people tend to throng the RK beach when the weather turns cloudy. We could not breathe fresh air. Foul smell was emanating from the garbage that got carried away with the drain water and was scattered on the road.” Another tourist from Odisha said, “I had a good time when I jogged in the morning. Later, I thought of taking my wife to the beach. However, it was a r...
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