NHPC installs Oxygen generation plants across the country

Three Oxygen generation plants installed by NHPC, India’s premier hydropower company were inaugurated today at District Civil Hospital (B K Hospital), Faridabad. Haryana, District Hospital, Siddharthnagar, UP and CHC, Dharchula, Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand having capacities of 1000 LPM (Litres Per Minute), 570 LPM and 200 LPM respectively.   

The Oxygen generation plant at District Hospital, Siddharthnagar, Uttar Pradesh was inaugurated by Shri Jagdambika Pal, Hon’ble Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha. 

The Oxygen generation plant at B.K. Hospital, Faridabad was inaugurated by Hon’ble MLAs Smt. Seema Trikha and Shri Rajesh Nagar in presence of Shri Jitender Yadav, IAS, Deputy Commissioner, Faridabad and senior officers and staff from NHPC and B.K. Hospital. The Hon’ble dignitaries highly appreciated NHPC’s efforts in setting of the plant. 

The Oxygen generation plant at CHC, Dharchula, Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand was inaugurated by Shri Dhan Singh Dhami, Block Pramukh, Dharchula. 

NHPC is providing the Oxygen Generation Plants in view of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and directions of Ministry of Power, under its scheme of Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development (CSR&SD). The plants shall be highly beneficial in fighting the current Covid-19 crisis and also in providing regular oxygen supply to the hospital and catering to the need of surrounding areas. Under its CSR&SD scheme, NHPC will be setting up three more oxygen generation plants in UT of Ladakh.

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Sprinturf Installs Its Predator™ Turf System at CBC High School in St. Louis

 Sprinturf, a national leader in artificial turf systems that improve cooling, performance and safety, has installed its Predator™ premium dual-fiber turf system at Christian Brothers College (CBC) High School in Town and Country, a suburb of St. Louis.

For 172 years, the Lasallian Catholic college preparatory school has supported the development and growth of young men in the area as they grow to become Men for Tomorrow and Brothers for Life. Spiritual and academic growth are at the core of the CBC experience, while athletics and other co-curriculars are also central to the student experience. This commitment has resulted in numerous awards and championships, including being named Large School Athletic Program of the Year four times in the past 11 years by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

“CBC is committed to providing its student-athletes with the very best experience possible, and that includes investing in the best turf systems for their championship-level programs,” said Justin Reddy, President of Sprinturf. “We are proud to support CBC and many other top high schools across the country with our high-performing, American-made turf systems.”

The new turf field – which increases durability, improves fiber resilience and provides exceptional playability – was installed in August 2021 at W. Michael Ross ’66 Stadium, a 3,000-seat stadium that is used for a variety of sports and activities, including lacrosse, football and soccer. Under the leadership of head coach Scott Pingel, the CBC Cadets football team has won three state football championships in recent years, including back-to-back state championships in 2017 and 2018.

Meanwhile, no coach in America embodies championship excellence more than Terry Michler, the winningest high school soccer coach in U.S. history with more than 1,000 wins. His teams have advanced to the state tournament final four 20 times and has won nine of the school’s 10 state soccer championships going back to 1983.

“We wanted the best turf and we got it with the Predator turf system. Everyone was awed by the field and it came out way better than we could’ve dreamed of,” shared Mike Bartoni, Facilities Director at CBC High School. “Sprinturf was very cooperative, and the installers did a fantastic job and were really easy to work with.”

The first event held on the field was the annual Purple and Gold football scrimmage, followed by numerous soccer games. Bartoni, a graduate of CBC High School along with his father and sons, has two grandsons playing soccer on the new Sprinturf field.

“Everybody loves the new field and wants to play on it. The playing surface is cooler and nobody falls or slips on the surface,” added Bartoni.

The Predator turf system seamlessly blends Sprinturf’s proprietary Apex™ monofilament fibers with its SharkTooth™ slit-film fibers. The monofilament fiber features a ribbed diamond-shape fiber to enhance fiber memory, protect against fraying while also improving aesthetics. The monofilament and slit-film fibers boast microns of 380 and 140, respectively – the thickest fiber combination available today.

Sprinturf has an extensive footprint in the St. Louis area supporting many prominent private and public schools, including Lutheran South High School (another Predator installation), which replaced its Sprinturf field that was installed 13 years ago, as well as Waterloo High School in Waterloo, Illinois. Completed in June 2021, Waterloo High School features Ultrablade DFE Extreme, which combines monofilament and parallel-fibrillated fibers interlocked to virtually eliminate infill fly-out.

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Japan – Mazda Installs Solar Power System at Hiroshima Plant

As part of its efforts to promote green manufacturing lines and offices in factories, Mazda Motor Corporation today initiated operation of its first solar power generation system.

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The solar power system, installed at Mazda’s Hiroshima Plant, boasts an output of 1.1 MW of electricity annually. The power generated by the solar panels will supply electricity to the entire plant and be used to charge the batteries of all MX-30 EV models produced at the plant.

Moving forward, Mazda will strive to introduce and use green electricity in its efforts to reach carbon neutrality in 2050 to achieve a future where all of us can permanently co-exist with our beautiful earth.

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Powergrid installs Oxygen Plant at District hospital, Jaisalmer

Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (POWERGRID), a Maharatna CPSU under Ministry of Power, Government of India installed an Oxygen Plant at District Hospital, Jaisalmer, which was inaugurated by Chief Minister of Rajasthan Shri Ashok Gehlot. The plant has been built at an estimated cost of ₹1.11 crore under CSR initiative. The virtual ceremony was presided by Dr. Raghu Sharma, Hon’ble Minister of Medical and Health, Medical Education, Ayurveda and DIPR, Government of Rajasthan in presence of state ministers, functionaries and officials from POWERGRID.

The installed oxygen plant has an 850 Litre/Min capacity, which will augment public health infrastructure of the state. The District Hospital had been functioning with about 30 oxygen beds, and with POWERGRID’s effort of installation of Oxygen plant, now all 200 beds are equipped with oxygen support, which shall benefit around 10 lakh people living in and around the Jaisalmer district.

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SJVN Ltd installs Four Oxygen Plants in Himachal Pradesh

SJVN Ltd, a joint venture of Ministry of Power and  Government of Himachal Pradesh,   is installing 4 Oxygen Plants in the districts of Shimla (Rampur), Kinnaur, Lahaul Spiti & Hamirpur of Himachal Pradesh at a cost of around Rs. 4.5 Crore. SJVN has provided Cold Chain Equipments costing around Rs. 1 Crore to state government in support of its efforts to vaccinate the entire population of the state.

SJVN has recently provided 50 semi fowler Beds to IGMC in addition to this financial support of more than Rs. 2 Crore, has been extended to procure ventilators, oximeters, other medical equipment, Personal Protection Equipment (PPEs), masks, sanitizers & gloves in various hospitals of Government of Himachal Pradesh.

For boosting the healthcare infrastructure in Himachal Pradesh SJVN is also supporting NGOs working in fight against Covid-19 to the tune of Rs. 1 Crore. In all these activities  an amount of around Rs. 7.5 Crore has been contributed  in combating the pandemic during last four months.

In addition to this SJVN has also provided ventilators, oxygen concentrators, oximeters and other medical equipment to Hospitals in Bihar, Uttarakhand and other states where it  has  presence. 

The employees of SJVN have already contributed one day salary amounting to Rs. 45 Lakh to CM Relief Fund/H.P.Covid-19 Solidarity Response Fund to combat the Corona challenge. 

To speed up the process of vaccination against Covid-19, SJVN has tied up with Fortis Hospital for vaccinating its employees, persons working in through contractors and local people residing in the vicinity of  Projects/offices.

SJVN has always been in forefront in supporting the society and the government for tackling various issues which affect the nation and fellow countrymen. SJVN  is also liberally extending support for distribution of food and other essential items to the needy and  has contributed Rs. 25 Crore towards PM CARES Fund.

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