FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享From the Economic Times of India:Moody’s Investors Service predicts that India will turn a power surplus country in the next 5 to 7 years as the share of solar capacities rise. It is expected to create challenges for thermal power companies including a drastic fall in their capacity utilization.“Implementing India’s aggressive renewable energy targets will be demanding,” says Terry Fanous, Moody’s Managing Director for Project and Infrastructure Finance ratings in Asia Pacific.Fanous says that in addition to managing project construction and counterparty risk issues, expansion of renewable energy financing requires a stable and predictable policy framework that supports long term investment. India has taken steps to support investment in renewable energy, and further traction in policy reform is key for the sector’s ongoing development.“Domestic banks will continue to provide significant funding for renewable energy projects, but greater funding diversity is needed, Fanous says, adding “Attracting institutional debt will clearly support development of India’s renewable energy sector,” he said.Attracting institutional debt will benefit from ongoing efforts by the government, supported by multilateral development banks (MDBs) as providers of credit.Coal-fired power capacities to come under the glare of sun, says Moody’s Moody’s: India’s Solar Expansion Will Be at Coal’s Expense
Comment Advertisement Emiliano Martinez will not travel with Arsenal’s squad to Craven Cottage (Picture (Picture: Getty)Emiliano Martinez will not be included in Arsenal’s travelling squad for their Premier League opener away to Fulham this weekend, with Brighton and Aston Villa battling it out for the goalkeeper.The 28-year-old had an outstanding end to last season deputising for the injured Bernd Leno and played a starring role as the Gunners beat Chelsea to lift their 14th FA Cup. However, the north London giants have begrudgingly decided to cash in on Martinez, given their No.1, Leno, has returned from his knee problem and is fully fit ahead of the 2020/21 campaign. Advertisement Emiliano Martinez to be left out of Arsenal squad as Brighton better Aston Villa’s bid for goalkeeper The Gunners are holding out for a fee of £20m for Martinez (Picture: Getty)Martinez made it clear he would seek a move if Mikel Arteta could no longer give him assurances over regular playing time and the Argentine has reportedly agreed personal terms with Aston Villa. AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTHowever, Villa are yet to meet Arsenal’s £20 million asking price this summer and Brighton have hijacked the move, according to The Guardian. The report claims Brighton have bettered Villa’s £15m offer for Martinez and the shot-stopper will play no part at Craven Cottage as negotiations continue over his future.Martinez held discussions over a possible new deal at the Emirates but Arsenal are now resigned to losing the ‘keeper.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalAsked about Martinez’s future at his press conference on Friday, Arteta said: ‘I cannot stop all the speculation that we have about players coming in and out.‘I will say that I don’t want to comment on any individuals at the moment without having the right answers.‘I don’t treat the goalkeeping position any differently to the others.‘I think the one that in my opinion is training better with the goalkeeping coach has the better chance to start tomorrow and my decision will be consistent like that throughout this season.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page.MORE: Arsenal make improved verbal offer for Odsonne Edouard as Alexandre Lacazette seeks moveMORE: Owen Hargreaves identifies the ‘problem’ with Arsenal signings William Saliba and Gabriel Metro Sport ReporterFriday 11 Sep 2020 7:22 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link3.5kShares
Goa: FC Goa defeated Chennaiyin FC 3-0 in their opening game of the Hero Indian Super League 2019-20 season at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Goa on Wednesday. The ISL runners-up were a step ahead of their opponents in all areas of the field and were the better team overall. New signing Seiminlen Doungel scored on his debut to break the deadlock in the 30th minute. All-time ISL top-scorer Ferran Corominas struck in the 62nd minute and substitute Carlos Pena added a third in the 81st minute to get the better of an unimpressive Chennaiyin. The hosts were quick to get on the ball and spray passes around right from the start. However, it were the visitors who first went close when Dragos Firtulescu was fed through on goal in the 12th minute. A last-ditch Seriton Fernandes challenge prevented a catastrophic start for the hosts. Sergio Lobera’s men soon regained their rhythm to pose a serious threat to the Chennaiyin defence. In the 19th minute, Ferran Corominas picked up the ball from midfield and released Seiminlen Doungel into the box.Chennaiyin goalkeeper Vishal Kaith was on to the ball in a flash before Goa’s new signing could pounce and take a shot. A minute later, Manvir Singh attempted a powerful strike after making room for himself at the edge of the box and once again, Kaith was up to the task, pulling off a diving save to his left. Goa’s intent in the attacking third was rewarded at the half an hour mark. Manvir Singh beat his marker and crossed into the box from the right flank. The striker’s cross took a double deflection off Eli Sabia and Doungel before rolling into the net. The hosts remained on top of the game and refused to sit back after taking the lead. Brandon Fernandes’ piledriver just before half-time had Kaith well beaten but the ball flew just wide. Ferran Corominas’s curling effort a minute later was tipped away by an acrobatic Kaith who kept Chennaiyin in the game. John Gregory replaced Dhanpal Ganesh with the more creative Anirudh Thapa in midfield to swing the contest back in his team’s favour. The hosts, however, proved difficult to break down. Goa continued to create chances and soon doubled their lead. Manvir Singh broke away through the middle and found Jackichand Singh in space to his right. The winger’s low cross into the center of the box was guided into the net in by ISL’s all-time top scorer Corominas, who scored his 35th league goal. Chennaiyin struggled in the attacking third and were unable to find a way back into the game.Also Read | Indian Super League 2019: Kerala Blasters Beat ATK, Bartholomew Ogbeche Scores TwiceLallianzuala Chhangte did have a chance to pull one back when he tried to curl the ball into the top right corner from the edge of the box, but Mohammed Nawaz produced a brilliant save to preserve Goa’s clean sheet. FC Goa added a third in the 81st minute and sealed the win when a Brandon free-kick from the left was poked into the net by Carlos Pena at the near post. For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
The Premier are already through to the quarter-finals while the Cats are back in the running for a place in the knock-out stages after winning last time out against Cork.Tipp lost one and won one – the All-Ireland Final – against Brian Cody’s side last year.Their boss says each and every meeting with the Marble County is special. Tipp FM’s coverage of the Division 1A match at Semple Stadium tomorrow evening begins at 6.50pm and will be brought to you in association with Donal Ryan Motor Group – Nenagh, Thurles and Roscrea and Arrabawn Store, Tyone, Nenagh.We’ll also have live commentary on Tipperary V Longford in Division 3 of the Allianz National Football League tomorrow. The build-up starts at 4.50pm. Coverage is with thanks to Cleary Motors Renault, Thurles.