Country’s largest power producer NTPC on Saturday said it has commissioned another 200 megawatt (MW) capacity at its Koldam Hydro Power Project in Himachal Pradesh. “Unit no. 4 of 200 MW of Koldam Hydro Power Project was commissioned on June 12, 2015, at 1950 hours,” NTPC said in a regulatory filing. The total installed capacity of the Koldam project now stands at 800 MW, with that of the Group rising to 44,798 MW, the filing said. The construction of the Koldam project, which started in 2003, was held up because of various environmental and geological issues, leading to a cost overrun of about 20 per cent against the approved investment of Rs 4,527 cr.
Categories: Allor News 18May Rep. Allor bill helps pay for sexual assault examinations State Rep. Sue Allor (right) with state Rep. Diana Farrington (left) testified in support of her bill that expands state payment to health care providers for sexual assault exams.State Rep. Sue Allor of Wolverine today testified in the House Michigan Families, Children and Seniors Committee in support of her bill that expands state payment to health care providers for sexual assault exams.The cost of providing these services to victims of sexual assaults has increased and many health care providers have become financially constrained because of the costs. To ensure these services are continued, Allor said the state must provide additional funding to health care providers, partners or subcontractors. The testing should have approval from the Crime Victims Compensation Board.“After sexual assault, a medical exam can check for injuries, even those you may not be able to see,” said Allor. “With medical attention and testing, costs shouldn’t keep victims from getting the care they need.”Every 98 seconds, a person experiences sexual assault in the United States. Sexual assault affects hundreds of thousands of Americans each year. One out of every six American women has been the victim of an attempted or completed rape in her lifetime and 3 percent of men are victims of attempted or completed rape in their lifetime.The Crime Victims Compensation Board provides reimbursement expenses to innocent crime victims who suffer personal injury. Michigan became the 17th state to offer this program.House Bill 4506 remains under consideration by the Families, Children and Seniors Committee.###
Categories: News,VanderWall News Rep. Curt VanderWall today said a new plan signed into law will benefit important projects in Leelanau and Manistee counties.“Each of these projects will make a unique contribution to northwest Michigan – fueling our economy, improving tourism and recreation opportunities, or making travel easier,” said VanderWall, of Ludington. “I’m proud to play a role in bringing home support for these outstanding initiatives.”The bill signed by Gov. Rick Snyder assists several projects including:Discovery Center pier improvements. The measure provides $2 million for the pier project in Leelanau County’s Elmwood Township, which includes campuses for several nonprofit organizations including the Inland Seas Education Association, Maritime Heritage Alliance, Great Lakes Children’s Museum, Traverse Area Community Sailing, and Watershed Center Grand Traverse Bay.M-55 detour improvement in Manistee County. The measure provides $300,000 to help create an alternative detour needed because of ongoing improvements to the M-55 bridge over the Pine River east of Wellston. The new detour will provide better access to the village of Wellston and the surrounding area.Leelanau TART Trail. A Traverse Area Recreation and Transportation Trails project will receive $162,000 for capital improvements to the 17-mile, paved off-road connection between Traverse City and Suttons Bay. 28Dec Rep. VanderWall: Northern Michigan projects benefit from new budget plan The legislation is Senate Bill 601.###