A New Year, a New Vacation: In Vermont, Winter Has Just Begun

first_imgWinter brings exhilarating experiences and delicious comforts to Vermont. Theres no better way to participate in the season than a well-planned visit to the Green Mountain State with the Vermont Chamber 2005 Vermont Winter Guide and the Ski Vermont & Winter Activities Map.The dynamic combination of the Guide and the Map points the way to Vermonts hot spots, on and off the slopes. At the end of the day, theres nothing like slipping into an outdoor hot tub while relaxing at a Vermont country inn, legendary for hometown charm and hospitality.Need help choosing? The listings in the Vermont Winter Guide will help you find your B & B, country inn, resort, or hotel. Over highways and back roads, to resorts and beyond, the Ski Vermont & Winter Activities Map will bring you there. And if lodging near a ski resort is key, the Map points to the best.The Vermont Winter Guide editorial sections showcase a selection of what sets Vermont apart from the rest: winter sports, from mainstream to extreme; history, great winter breakfasts, a wonderland of wildlife, and Vermont as an education destination. The prestigious Top Ten Winter Events and the Top Picks for Kids are a must for anyone in the area.The Resources Section of the Winter Guide is a portable library listing: Alpine and Nordic ski areas; snowmobiling, snowshoeing, dog sledding and ice fishing; maple sugarhouses, museums, and galleries; and more.The 2005 Vermont Winter Guide, the Ski Vermont & Winter Activities Map, and other Vermont information is available free of charge at 1-800-VERMONT or (802) 223-3443, or order information online free of charge from the Vermont Chamber website, www.vtchamber.com(link is external). The Guide accommodations and attractions listings are also available on the Vermont Chambers website at www.vtchamber.com(link is external).last_img read more

India’s Tata Power closing uneconomic 500MW coal plant

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享ET Energyworld.com:Tata Power Company has decommissioned ‘Unit 6’ of 500 megawatts at its Trombay thermal power plant in Mumbai, citing the high cost of generation and its inability to get a power purchase agreement after the earlier one expired in March 2018.The Trombay unit has an installed generation capacity of 1,580 MW, which supplies electricity to the majority of consumers – both bulk and retail – in Mumbai.“We have informed the Central Electricity Authority (CEA) regarding retirement & decommissioning of Unit 6. CEA has approved the same and sent us a letter in this regard,” Tata Power said in a response to an email query from ET.The decision to retire Unit-6 (500 MW) of Trombay thermal power station has been taken by Tata Power Company, based on its own techno-economic reasons, and based on its decision, the capacity of this unit is being deleted from the database of All India Installed Capacity, CEA said in a letter which ET has access to.“It is seen that the decision to decommission Unit-6 of Trombay TPS has been taken by Tata Power Company due to the high cost of generation and capacity tie-up could not be achieved after expiry of PPA on March 31. The approval for decommissioning of Unit-6 (500 MW) at Trombay TPS has been accorded by the competent authority on 30.07.2019,” CEA said.Tata Power has an installed capacity of 10,957 MW, with renewable energy assets in solar and wind accounting for 30 per cent of the company’s portfolio.More: Tata Power decommissions 500-MW unit at Trombay in Mumbai citing high cost India’s Tata Power closing uneconomic 500MW coal plantlast_img read more