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Como o marco legal da energia solar pode impactar a sua conta de luz
O brilho do sol nunca teve tanto efeito no país como em 2020. O Brasil fechou o ano com 7,5 gigawatts (GW) de potência operacional da fonte solar fotovoltaica, somando as usinas de grande porte (geração centralizada) com os pequenos e médios sistemas instalados em telhados, fachadas e terrenos (geração distribuída), ante 4,6 GW ao final de 2019, ou seja, foi um setor que cresceu 64% no caótico 2020. Desde 2012, a fonte já movimentou mais de 38 bilhões de reais em negócios, sendo que, apenas no ano passado, os investimentos foram de aproximadamente 13 bilhões de reais no Brasil. Embora os números impressionem, vale ressaltar que esse é um segmento de geração de energia relativamente novo no país e que carece de uma legislação particular que fixe regras específicas para quem instala os painéis solares. A discussão está posta em um projeto que tramita na Câmara e opõe as tradicionais distribuidoras de energia e os representantes da energia solar. Atualmente, existe um clima de instabilidade jurídica que paira sobre o setor, em vista que ele é regulamentado apenas por resoluções da Agência Nacional de Energia Elétrica (Aneel). O projeto de lei 5829/19, conhecido como o marco legal da geração distribuída solar, promete instituir normas que acelerem a instalação de sistemas de energia solar e reduzam a conta de luz da população. Um dos principais pontos do projeto é prever uma regra de transição gradual e equilibrada para que haja o pagamento da rede de distribuição pelos micro e minigeradores de energia solar. O modelo deixaria a instalação dos painéis mais atrativa para os consumidores. De acordo com a Associação Brasileira de Energia Solar Fotovoltaica (Absolar), caso aprovado, o marco legal da geração distribuída provocaria uma redução de custos de aproximadamente 150 bilhões de reais somente no uso das termelétricas até o ano de 2050, uma vez que a geração de energia própria e renovável pelos consumidores reduziria a carga sobre o sistema. A fonte termelétrica é uma das principais responsáveis pelos aumentos na conta de luz. Além da redução de custos com outras fontes de energias mais caras para o consumidor, o crescimento no número de instalações de energia solar deve gerar outros 139 bilhões de reais em novos investimentos nos próximos 30 anos. Do ponto de vista do emprego, foram abertos 86 mil postos de trabalho no setor em 2020, e a expectativa com a aprovação do marco legal é de abrir mais 1 milhão de empregos na cadeia. “O PL é importante porque traz segurança e estabilidade para o segmento. A atração de novos investimentos fica atrelada a esse marco legal”, comenta Bárbara Rubim, vice-presidente de geração distribuída da Absolar. Prova do ambiente de insegurança jurídica é uma proposta da Aneel que alteraria a compensação elétrica. Hoje, a troca entre o que o produtor fornece de energia a seus vizinhos e recebe de volta em créditos é de um para um, mas a proposição da agência faria com que esse consumidor recebesse apenas 43% do que emprestou. Com o marco legal, as regras terão um caráter mais definitivo, aumentando a previsibilidade daqueles que optarem por instalar os painéis em suas empresas e residências. Do outro lado da mesa estão as distribuidoras de energia elétrica e o Instituto Brasileiro de Defesa do Consumidor (Idec). O órgão afirma que “os incentivos atualmente concedidos aos adotantes da geração distribuída causam impactos sobre as tarifas de todos os demais consumidores”. A alegação do Idec e das distribuidoras é de que os mais pobres vão pagar o ônus da política de energia solar. “Precisamos enfrentar todas as distorções do setor elétrico, uma a uma, e endereçá-las com absoluta adequação sistêmica, com estas análises de impacto regulatório, promovendo verdadeira justeza ao consumidor final com um serviço público robusto e perene”, diz a Associação Brasileira de Distribuidores de Energia Elétrica (Abradee) em ofício. A tese é embasada em dados da Aneel que apontam que esse subsídio cruzado somará 55 bilhões entre 2020 e 2035, mas o valor é percentualmente menor em relação aos novos investimentos e à economia gerada pelo não uso de outras fontes mais caras, como as termelétricas. Diante da disputa de interesses e do lobby pela aprovação ou modificação do PL 5829/19, o deputado relator, Lafayette de Andrada (Republicanos-MG), promete há mais de um mês votar o marco legal da geração distribuída, mas isso ainda não aconteceu. Os deputados aguardam uma sinalização do presidente da Casa, Arthur Lira (PP-AL), que tem ciência da urgência do projeto. Sem uma previsão concreta de votação e sobre quais pontos podem ser modificados pela Câmara, o sol segue brilhando, mas, no mínimo, curioso pelos próximos capítulos. Originalmente publicado em: https://veja.abril.com.br
Solo Female Trekkers in Nepal
Solo Females trekkers in Nepal Himalayas region, Is a solo female travel safe in Nepal? Do not worries about this trip, Himalayan Local Guide Pvt. Ltd organize solo female trekkers? During the trip, you can meet a lot of female trekkers in the along the Nepal Himalayas journey. Solo female trekkers is most popular for get more exciting and visit the impressive destinations in the world, as well as get away from the stresses of everyday life and see the delightful mountains, landscapes, wide ranges, Hills, Rocky mountains, Nature and traditional local culture of Nepal society. Nepal trekking is fully safe for solo female trekkers, but we would like to request you, hire a personal trekking guide and porters because, you feel comfortable managed Hotel/lodge/Home stay, trekking trail and more information about the culture history and lifestyle. During the trip, you have might be some risks like High an altitude sickness, lost on the way, weather conditions, but no needs to worries, our local guide will helps this problem and make you feel safe Nepal journey. We, Nepalese community respect the female trekkers and individuals of all pace of the life are welcomed graciously. Nepal is small country, but too rich in nature and diversity, where you can travel around the traditional, custom, culture, world highest mountains and atypical flora and fauna. Solo female trek in Nepal is best, before going to trekking in Nepal Himalayas regions, it is best to know below notice. Which is the most popular trekking destination for solo female trekkers in Nepal? Our list has many packages trip for a trek in Nepal Himalayas regions. These are the most popular trekking routes in Nepal. 1. Langtang valley Trek Langtang Valley Trek is one of the most well-known trekking destinations in Nepal. The Langtang National park  surrounding so many an attractive landscapes, Hills, Rocky mountains, meadows and ancients Buddhist monasteries. Langtang trek offers the lot of surprise of nature where, we ramble on the pine and rhododendrons forests and get an incredible view of mountains and Himalayan glaciers. We walking along the Buddhist religion, the Stupas, chorens, Mani walls, and monasteries shine with pride in Buddhism, and most of the Himalayas local peoples are Buddhism. As we pass through the many Settlements, the hospitality of the locals is so rewarding.   2. Annapurna Base Camp Trek Annapurna Base Camp trek is one of the most popular trekking destinations in Nepal Himalayas. It is 10th highest mountain of the world, of Mt. Annapurna I (8091meters). This is an amazing trekking route. So, any fit person can do this trek, even if you do not have any prior experience. It is a significantly an easy and short trek than other high altitude adventure treks in Nepal. You must to be aware of what to expect and psychologically prepare for it. As long as you dare to, you can. This trek incorporates diverse landscape, local culture, Rocky Mountains, Hills, rivers, waterfalls, Natural hot spring and wildlife. Along the journey with the most glorious and close-up view of the Annapurna South, Hiuchuli, Machhapuchhare, Nilgiri, Annapurna I, Gangapurna and Dhaulagiri etc. 3. Everest Base Camp Trek Everest (8,848meters/ 29029ft an elevation, the grand Everest thrust high beside a background of the gigantic deep blue sky with nature in heaven. In our experience have dialed in every detail of the Nepal Mountain treks providing overall standpoints and helpful tips during the trip towards Everest Base Camp (5,306m) trek. The Classic Everest Base Camp trek journey begins and ends in our main tourist junction at Lukla. 4. Manaslu Circuit Trek Manaslu Circuit trek – 12 Days is one of the newly introduced special trekking Packages in order to assist our valuable clients across the globe who likes to discover this intact wilderness and rich local culture territory. This trip provides you the wonderful occasion of exploring Manaslu trek region which is gorgeous by Manaslu Himal (8,163m/26,781ft) ancients Buddhist Monastery, delightful villages, lakes, River, waterfalls, local Culture and traditional. Manaslu Circuit trek lies inside (MCAP) Manaslu Conservation Area Project which was established in 1998 in order to Conservation and project wildlife habitat and nature. 5. Nar Phu Valley Trek Nar Phu Hidden Valley Trek is lately opened for Tourist in 2003. It is leading in Manang district and part of Annapurna Trekking. Nar Phu Valley is Desert Area where there are fewer rains. Nar and Phu Village are Main place and Tashi Gompa is more highlighted and Stay Gompa is more famous. The trail is rocky and exciting. Is safe for Solo Female trekkers? Of course, as we are local trekking guide and porters’ team in Nepal, you can make a trip with us, safe to travel is our top priority responsibility Nepal is world most popular trekking destinations routes and also knows as the High passes journey or easy short trip, during the trip, you get professional Government trained license holder Guide, who came from the Himalayas.  Guide lead trekking paths, checks TIMS and entry pass permit. Trekking guide provides information on history, culture ,lifestyle of the people residing there, details knowledge on various aspects of living and non-living beings located in that region and gives remedy measures if you are contracted with high altitude sickness. Porter carries heavy bags and luggage if you bound to take it with you as they are experienced in carrying heavy loads. TREKKING EQUIPMENT LIST: Body Clothing: •    Sleeping Bag •    Down Jacket •    three pairs of trekking t-shirts •     Long sleeved shirts •    Thermal Shirt for Colder place •     Fleece Jacket •    Warm wool Sweaters •    Waterproof and windproof Jacket •    Cotton Trekking pants with folding •    Waterproof and windproof pants Head and Face: •    Sun Hat •    Wool or fleece hat •    Headlight •    Sunglass •    Sunscreen 50 •    Face wipes and towel List of Foot wears: •    Trekking Boats •    ¾ Paris Preferably Cotton Socks •    Crampon •    one pairs extra Sport Shoes Nesecery Gears:   •    Gaiters just in case if snow •    Gloves and Thick Gloves •    Big rucksack above the 40 L  •    Waterproof Bag Cover •    Rain Coat •    Trekking Pole (if you needed) •    Laundry Soap •    Shampoo •    Toothbrush •    Toilet papers •    Water peals •    Bottle for drinking water •    Pen and Note Book •     Copy and Tourist Guide Book •    Camera •     battery charger •    Memory card •    Cell Phone and Charger •    Money Wallet •    Altimeters and Playing card First aid Kid:  •    Diamox •    Cotton bandages •    Paracetamol •    Painkillers •    Loperamide to Control diarrhea (just in Case). •    Water purified tablets •    Lozenges •    Elastic bandages •    Thermometer •    Moleskin and sling. 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Top 10 Popular Temples in Maharashtra
Maharashtra is among the fastest-growing states of India, featuring an urban area as well as a variety of urban cities that are cosmopolitan. In addition to the city's bustling streets There are plenty of options to explore the city that are certain to make your stay unforgettable. Maharashtra offers many things to offer everyone, from the best hiking trails to forts that are perfect for historians Wildlife sanctuaries and nature lovers to wineries for sophisticated wine enthusiasts. If you're thinking of visiting Maharashtra's holy places, you'll be amazed at the sheer number of temples found in the state. A drive to Maharashtra's most famous temples would certainly make your trip memorable With Taxi Service In Jodhpur Top 10 Most Popular Temples in Maharashtra On the listing of most visited temples in Maharashtra there are many options. Let's review a few of the most popular spots. Book Now Car Hire In Jodhpur 1. Shirdi Sai Baba Temple Shirdi is a city of pilgrimage located in Maharashtra's Ahmednagar district. It is located 90 km from Nashik and 180 km from Pune and 258 kilometers from Mumbai. It is the most affluent pilgrimage site. It is one of the most sought-after Maharashtra and India's tourist destinations for pilgrimage. Book Latest : Taxi Service In Jaisalmer The holy shrine dedicated to Shirdi Sai Baba's shrine is the primary attraction for those are looking for destinations to visit close to Mumbai. Sai Baba, who lived during the 20th century is considered to be one of India's most revered saints. In the year Sai Baba was 16 years old, he travelled to Shirdi and stayed until it was his final day in 1918. Sai Baba turned this little town into a holy place of pilgrimage for his followers. It is a must-see destination on Maharashtra tours. Shirdi is one of the top pilgrimage sites close to Pune and is linked to numerous stories about the famous Shirdi Sai. His selfless dedication and devotion to helping the poor brought him fame and he's highly revered to this day. Shirdi is the place where he got his 'Samadhi' which means the place of his final resting. Shirdi Temple Complex Shirdi temple complex covers around 200 square metres in area. Gurusthan, Samadhi Mandir, Dwarkamai, Chavadi, and Lendi Baug are all part of the complex. Shirdi Temple is one of the most prosperous temples in India with the equivalent of INR 4 billion annually in donations. Other tourist attractions that are located within Shirdi are Maruti Temple, Khandoba Mandir, Sai Heritage Village, Shanisinghnapur and Nashik. All through the year, a large number of people of different faiths visit Shirdi Sai Baba's temple. Everyday, around 50,000 devotees go through Shirdi village to meet Sri Saibaba. Each every day, during festival approximately 100,000 people visit the shrine. In the past, Sri Sai Baba Sansthan Trust (Shirdi) offers more than 2,500 rooms of various capacities. In addition to Shirdi's temple trust facility Shirdi offers a variety of options for hotels, from cheap to five-star. Book Car Hire In Jaipur Shirdi Best Visiting Time: Shirdi is a must-visit at any time of the year but the most popular season is between October and November. 2. Nashik Temples Nashik also known as Nasik is a city of religion located to the northwestern region in Maharashtra, India. Nasik is also the administrative headquarters of Nashik, which is located in the Nashik district. It is located 90 kilometers away from Shirdi 180 kilometers away from Aurangabad 182 kilometers away from Mumbai 221 kilometers from Pune and 234 kilometers from Surat. Nashik is Maharashtra's third largest city in terms of population, and is one of the states most sought-after pilgrimage destinations. Nashik is a renowned tourist attraction close to Aurangabad. Nasik is one of the Wine Capital of India, is situated along the banks of the Godavari River at an elevation of 700 meters. Nashik is famous for its many temples constructed under the reigns of different monarchs. These temples can be considered part of Nashik holiday packages. The 14 years they spent in exile Lord Rama and his wife Sita along with his son Lakshmana are believed to have stayed in Nashik for a brief period. Nashik is the name given to them. Nashik is believed to originate from an Ramayana incident where Lakshmana cut off Shurpanaka and Ravana's sister's Nasika (nose). The city also preserved a tradition of the Marathi legend that says that it was established upon nine summits. Nashik has been for a long time an important hub of trade and commerce in India. Nashik flourished during the Satavahana dynasty as it was situated on the route of trade towards Broach (Gujarat). The 16th century saw the town was changed to Gulshanabad and was later ruled by the Mughals. It is also famous for its part in the Indian war for freedom. Famous freedom fighters like Veer Savarkar, and Anant Laxman Kanhere were both born here. The most well-known Nashik places to visit include Panchavati, Someshwar, Ram Kund, Muktidham Temple, Coin Museum, Pandavleni Caves, Sinnar, Anjaneri, and Trimbakeshwar. In addition to its significance for religion, Nashik is recognized as India's wine capital with many vineyards scattered throughout the area. Nashik Kumbh Mela Taxi Service In Jaisalmer The most renowned events that takes place in Nasik are Nasik's Kumbha Mela, the world's largest religious celebration that takes place annually for twelve years. The spectacular festival attracts many people, including sadhus, pilgrims as well as holy people who soak in the sacred river Godavari. Another well-known festival of Nashik can be found in Nashik's Ramnavami Rath Yatra, which is celebrated with great excitement and pomp. The closest Airport is Mumbai Airport, which is approximately 167 km from Nashik. Nashik Road Railway Station has railway connections to the major cities of India comprising Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Bangalore. Through bus Nashik Central Bus Station located in Thakkar Bazar is well connected to Indore, Pune, Aurangabad, Shirdi, Mumbai, Nanded, Nagpur, Akola, Hyderabad, Latur, Satara, Kolhapur, Ratnagiri, Ahmednagar, Ahmedabad, Solapur, Surat, Ahmadabad, Vadodara, and other cities. Nashik is the best time to visit between October and March, and November through February is the busiest time of year. 3. Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai The god of Ganesha is revered in Siddhivinayak Temple, one of Mumbai's most well-known Hindu holy places. The temple was first constructed in 1801. the present structure is the result of modifications made in 1993. Although the large amount of gold covering the throne of the idol draws the majority of visitors, there are aspects of the temple that draw people to. On certain days, more than 2 lakh people wait to view Ganapati's sculpture. Don't be surprised to see celebrities pay tribute to the temple! (The Siddhivinayak Temple is a popular spot for Bollywood actors who seek blessings prior to starting a new show.) Even though the building is more than 200 years old it is in good condition, regular maintenance and repairs have maintained its gleaming. Visit Also Rajasthan In Desert Safari In Jaisalmer, Jeep Safari In Jaisalmer, Camel Safari In Jaisalmer, Book Desert Camp In Jaisalmer, Tent Camp In Jaisalmer Within Mumbai, Maharashtra, the Siddhivinayak Temple is located in Prabhadevi. The temple is dedicated in the name of Lord Ganesha and is among the richest temples in the nation. Siddhivinayak's temple is contained in a small mandap with wooden sanctuary doors that are carved with Ashtavinayak designs as well as a gold-plated ceiling. The exterior of the dome of the temple is illuminated with bright illuminations every evening and underneath it lies Ganesha's temple. The temple is accessible every on a weekday and darshan is offered on Wednesdays and Mondays at 5:30 am. Darshan times for Siddhivinayak Temple are from 03:15 to 12 noon and 10:15 at night on Tuesday. Darshan for devotees is free However, tickets for VIP darshan can be bought at the temple's desk. You can also schedule an online puja through the official site. It is located in Siddhivinayak Temple is approximately 11 km distant from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, while Dadar Railway Station is 2.5 kilometers away. Dadar Railway Station is 2.5 kilometers away. 4. Bhimashankar Temple in Pune Bhimshankar is a revered holy site for pilgrims located inside the ghat area in the Sahyadri Hills in Maharashtra and is the home of the 12 jyotirlinga shrines. Based on Hindu mythology that Lord Shiva was transformed into Bhima from the mountains of the Sahyadri upon the demand from the Gods to battle an evil spirit called Tripurasura. This led to the area around the Jyotirlinga was named Bhimshankar. When it comes to Mahashivratri an enormous amount of people visit Bhimashankar. Nana Fadnis, a Maratha statesman, was in charge of the construction of the shrine. The temple, dating from around the year 1814, is a representation of Nagra and Indo-Aryan architectural. Bhimashakar is a major biodiversity hotspot as well as a site of pilgrimage. The surrounding area of the temple has been declared a wildlife sanctuary. The barking deer, leopards as well as hyenas, sambar and deer are all present. The most famous of them can be identified as Shekru also known as The Giant Indian squirrel. Bhimashankar is also well known to those who love adventure. Hiking, trekking as well as rock climbing, are among the most popular things to do in Bhimashankar. Many adventurers visit the forests, especially during the monsoon seasons for a chance to experience adrenaline-boosting activities. 5. Ganpatipule Temple It is situated 350 km away from Mumbai within the Ratnagiri district in Maharashtra's Kokan coast. "Ganpatipule" is the place of residence of Ganesha which is a 400-year-old "Swayambhoo" (self-incarnated idol). The origins of the myth can be traced from the references in literature of the past including the Mudgal-Puran. It is called"the "Paschim Dwar- Devata" or "Paschim Dwarpalak" (Western Sentinel God).
How to Check Indian Railways Train Time Table on Your Mobile?
One common problem experienced by all travellers is delays because of a lack of awareness of the accurate train time table. However, there are solutions and options to get your train time table facts right and plan your journey accordingly. It is an era full of internet connectivity and mobile phones. Nowadays, everyone wants to know everything in a very short time. The rail enquiry app RailMitra can help you access the train Railway schedule within seconds. Let us know how to get an IRCTC train enquiry. How to Check the Train Time Table on Your Mobile Device? There are umpteen queries related to railways on the internet where you get various rail enquiry services, including Railway time tables. But you should rely on authentic apps that give you the correct information. RailMitra app is the best app for you, which you can trust for your train schedule enquiry. Its user interface (UI) is excellent, and you can instantly access all train-related information. The rail timetable shown on this app is 100% accurate. The app is easy-to-use and helps you to quickly check train seat availability, PNR inquiries, and train schedules online. With this app, check the list of other relevant trains travelling between that particular station. Some are slow-moving, while some express. Keep track of all the options and plan accordingly. How to check the Time table? Through Website: 1. Visit RailMitra website. 2. Select a train schedule from the Rail Tools option. 3. Enter either of the two pieces of information: Train number or Train name. 4. You will get the schedule in just a few seconds. Through Mobile App 1. Download the RailMitra train time table app 2. Select train schedule options. 3. Enter your train number or train name. 4. The app interface will display your accurate train schedule on the mobile screen. Through SMS Simply text to 139 using the format shown below. TIME XXXXX Note: XXXXX denotes a 5-Digit Train Number. How can you keep track of the trains at the station? When you keep track of any train, you will see that the names of the source station and the final station are marked as blue and green icons, respectively. The green line between the source and the final station destination indicates the route the train has covered. In case there is anything in the way of the train route that has not yet been covered, it can be easily seen and denoted by looking at the blue-colored line that represents the untraveled route. How do I make an Indian Railways train route search? You can search the Indian Railways train route by finding a train between two particular stations. After finding the desired route, check the train schedule by entering its name or train number. The importance of knowing the Indian Railway timetable Have you ever wondered how long it would take you to get somewhere? If not, then you can make a terrible decision. To help you avoid this, RailMitra has presented you with a special feature that allows you to thoroughly analyse your train route before you begin planning your trip. With this, you can travel anywhere in comfort and on time. Knowing the Indian Railway timetable is valuable for wise, safe, and successful vacation planning. There is no denying that train travel is extremely popular among people. Indian Railways has been operating a vast network spread out over the nation. It can be stressful to choose the proper train for your journey. So it's always a smart move to examine the railway timetable. It helps to learn everything about the trains that run between particular stations. Sometimes trains are delayed, cancelled, or rescheduled. Finding the schedule for another train is useful in this situation. It is pertinent to look up the number of days trains operate because not all trains run regularly. RailMitra helps people by informing them of the list of trains currently operating along the route. It also informs everyone of the times for train arrival and departure and seeks IRCTC train schedule, seat availability. How to find the stations? A list of station names will appear whenever you look up the Indian Railways schedules that the train covers. The information makes it easier and more convenient for you to choose which train to take and where to go between stations. How to find out the train schedule for a specific route? The best Indian railways time table app RailMitra provides reliable information about the timetable of the train on all routes of the Indian Railway. Best app for local train time table: You can always search for a query for finding the local train time table with the RailMitra app. It informs you about the local train timing of all the places whether it is Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi, or Patna. Conclusion: Mobile is the best way to know about the train. So download the RailMitra app and know your train time table in just a few seconds.