AM/NS will be affiliated with Skill Varsity, starting 3 courses

Steel manufacturer AM/NS India has launched three skill development courses in collaboration with Kaushalya — The Skill University. Skill development courses in collaboration with Kaushalya Minister of State for Skill Development and Employment Brijesh Marja launched three courses – Bachelor of Science in Steel Technology, Bachelor of Science in Renewable Energy Science and Post Graduate … Read more

Schumer and Manchin Reconciliation Deal Provides $369 Billion in Clean and Renewable Energy Provisions, ITC, PTC Extension, and ITC Bonuses for Affordable Housing and Low-Income Communities

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In a dramatic move, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-New York, and Sen. Joe Manchin, D-West Virginia, unveiled a $369 billion clean and renewable energy bill on July 27. Production Tax Credit (PTC) and Investment Tax Credit (ITC). The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 includes a 15% corporate minimum “book” tax, changes to the carried … Read more

Giving communities a voice in the climate crisis

LAWRENCE – University of Kansas researchers are part of a multi-institutional partnership to ensure the United States’ continued transition to renewable energy and low-carbon technologies is equitable and to help communities at the forefront of the climate crisis. . The expansion of wind, solar, hydropower, biofuels and low-carbon technology transitions has not kept up with … Read more

Best Practices, Roadmaps and Safety Guidance for Countries Starting to Deploy SMRs: IAEA Training Course Completed.

More than 25 experts from 16 countries participated in the four-day training course to better understand the theoretical principles and practicality of small modular reactors. (Photo: IAEA) The training course was part of an ongoing regional technical cooperation project.[1] It was launched in 2022 to provide broad support to countries starting to deploy SMRs. Participants … Read more

Justice Thomas stopped teaching courses at George Washington following Roe’s response

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has not taught constitutional law since 2011, when he voted to overturn Roe v. Wade at George Washington University (GWU) and called for his dismissal. A university spokeswoman said Thomas decided to withdraw from the course. “Justice Thomas has informed GW Law that he will be unavailable to teach the … Read more

Mason teams with Dominion Energy, HACU for Summer Bridge Program

George Mason University has partnered with Dominion Energy and the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) to create a summer bridge program designed to further expose Latino/a high school students to STEM and establish a resource for STEM-oriented students. Industry. Photo provided George Mason University has partnered with Dominion Energy and the Hispanic Association … Read more

Mining courses in Tanzania, energy systems in Nepal – IITs see interest in coastal campuses.

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New Delhi: Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) may soon have campuses in Nepal, Tanzania, Saudi Arabia and other countries. IIT Madras and IIT Delhi have both privately confirmed to ThePrint that they have seen interest in their programs from abroad and are willing to go ahead with plans to open offshore campuses from the Ministry … Read more

ENCORE releases courses to accelerate innovation in the Navy

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The ENCORE project and its partners have released several e-learning courses designed to train and prepare talent to further develop the marine energy industry. Illustration (courtesy of IECRE) The Interreg ENCORE project was launched in 2020 and can be described as an international consortium aimed at accelerating technological development in the field of naval forces. … Read more