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  • Over 40 CXOs and 500 top HR leaders in ASEAN distill insights into the power of mindfulness to achieve high dividend yields and employee well-being in today’s tumultuous age of speed.

  • The total cost required for an 815km AC transmission line is 1201 $M, with a cost of 1.47 $M/km, which is 1.35 times of HVDC line cost.

    For a 815km transmission line, HVAC infrastructure costs about $1798 million and HVDC costs about $1445 million.

    Because HVDC brings savings of up to $353 million per project versus its HVAC counterpart, increasingly, governments in Asia are evaluating the use of HVDC to connect areas with no available transmission line to the main national grid.

    However, it is difficult to determine the exact cost of an HVDC system because each project has different features and circumstances. The use of international benchmarks will help guide your team understand all the important considerations and ensure that you implement correctly.

     

  • Cheap electricity and low carbon emissions key drivers in talks at the Nuclear Power Forum Philippines 2010

    SINGAPORE (November 2, 2010) – The International Atomic Energy Agency, International Energy Agency, World Association of Nuclear Operators, Philippine Inter-Agency Core Group on Nuclear Energy, National Power Corporation, Philippine Nuclear Research Institute, National Institute of Geological Sciences and the 15th Congress of the Philippines are among the organisations that will be represented leading discussions at the Nuclear Power Forum Philippines 2010, held at the Sofitel Philippine Plaza in Manila, Philippines on 10 December 2010 with a site tour to the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant on 11 December 2010.

  • The speech that Akio Toyoda, president and director of Toyota, delivered on May 18, 2020 to Babson College's 636 newest master's degree holders, half of which are from family businesses, encapsulates a principle that kept Toyota family business alive. How are you transforming your business models today?

    Toyoda -- who earned his MBA from Babson in 1982 and whose son graduated from the college in 2014 -- recalled that his great-grandfather "invented the automatic weaving loom, and his grandfather Kiichiro took Toyota from a fabric company to a car company in its second generation. What a transformation and such resolve! Here are top three insights from that speech:

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