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The argument brought forward is the dire prediction of an impending power shortage in and the promise of cheap electricity.
This is now reinforced by the euphoria of reported savings by the operation of the Norochcholai Coal Power Plant as published in the Sunday Leader of 24th January However, as usual the reportage is one sided ignoring all the ill effects and non disclosed costs and hidden dangers of coal power to the country.
Primarily the euphoria is based on the comparison of cost of generation in comparison to the cost of electricity from oil based power plants. However, the decision to install oil based power plants, and the selection of auto diesel, the most expensive fuel was also made by the CEB, and the country has paid the price for this folly for several decades now.
Therefore the boast of cost savings on this basis is one more effort to deceive the public and an attempt to cover up the past follies. The major selling point used by the CEB to promote more and more coal power plants is the promise of low cost of generation.
We have seen many numbers being quoted. The price quoted in the article referred to above was Rs 8.
The numbers for last year were Rs No one seems to be able to describe what elements of cost are taken into this calculation of cost of generation. However, a recent news paper article has highlighted the fallacy of this argument on one hand and has also brought in to focus, the many negative impacts of such coal power plants, which appear to be ignored by those promoting the venture and being hidden from the public.
The panelist made an open challenge to anyone to prove him wrong. The economic cost was stated to be over Rs It was further pointed out that the economic cost is not inclusive of the environmental and health costs, which will make it even higher than that of oil based power.
The economic cost is borne by the whole country, even though it is not reflected in the electricity bill. It is also possible to communicate your concerns from anywhere in the world by posting them to the Forum - Meet The President and Council from the Forum page".Adding this face gives a two-dimensional view of power allowing the analyst to examine both current and potential issues, expanding the focus on observable conflict to .
The Hidden Face of Coal Power by Eng. Parakrama Jayasinghe The government, on the advice of the CEB has been aggressively promoting the implementation of the Coal Power plant at Sampur.
The argument brought forward is the dire prediction of an impending power shortage in and the promise of cheap electricity. Hence it is that power which recognises itself; and accordingly the lower powers of it recognise its higher powers, and by the law of attraction they are bound to respond to the higher degrees of themselves.
On this general principle, therefore, spirit, under whatever exterior revealed, is necessarily intelligent and responsive. Two Faces of Power Peter Bachrach, Morton S.
Baratz The Americun Political Science Review, Volume 56, Issue 4 (Dec., ), that there are two faces of power, nei-ther of which the sociologists see and only one power, a “power structure” which is an integral part and the mirror image of the organization’s stratification.
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