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Launch and Management of Cluster Hub
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Capacity Leverage Programmes in CCT and CCS
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Demonstration and Deployment development of CCT and CCS Project
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Capacity Leverage Programmes in CCT and CCS:



Skill leverage programmes:

TREC-STEP organized two Skill Leveraging programmes. The first one, “Technologies for Carbon Capture, Transport and Storage and Cleaner Coal” was conducted in January 2012. The panel of resource persons included the former Chairman and Managing Director of Central Coalfields Ltd, the former CEO of Reliance Energy, International experts from Alstom and IEA Clean Coal Centre, apart from those from Ernst and Young. 45 professionals from Thermal Power sector participated in this programme.

The second Skill Leverage initiative, “International Training Programme on Clean Coal Technologies and Carbon Capture and Storage” was conducted in October, 2012. This training programme was designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding and knowledge of new technological developments and proven CCTs implemented across Europe. TREC-STEP planned and designed this programme with the help of experts from the IEA Clean Coal Centre, UK. The programme was meant for power sector professionals as well as policymakers, entrepreneurs, innovators, academics and researchers. 50 professionals from the Indian Thermal Power sector benefited from this programme.


Awareness level programmes:

TThe two awareness level training programmes were organized on “Introduction to CCS and CCT” conducted in December 2011, and “Climate Change, Clean Coal and Carbon Capture” in August 2012. The second event, the first of its kind in India, focussed on academic institutions and research centres and was able to reach out to 117 participants. During these two events, trainees got a chance to understand the complexities of climate change, the various technologies that were available to the coal-power sector, concrete developments that were taking place worldwide, regulatory issues as well as future scenarios.