Enel Green Power begins construction of largest solar farm in Chile FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Commercial Property Executive:Enel Green Power Chile, a subsidiary of Enel, has begun construction of a new photovoltaic plant in Chile. With approximately 382 megawatts of installed capacity, the facility is the largest solar project currently under construction in the country.Campos del Sol is located about 37 miles northeast of Copiapó in the Atacama region and is estimated to cost some $320 million. The facility will total about 1 million bifacial photovoltaic panels, a technology that generates on average 12 percent more electricity than conventional modules as it captures solar radiation from both sides of the panel. Moreover, the solar development will include digital features—it will be controlled by a GPS, while an autonomous drone will remotely monitor worksite activities.The project is expected to begin commercial operations by the end of 2020 and is estimated to generate about 1,160 megawatt-hours per year while avoiding the emission of more than 900,000 tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.Enel Green Power has also started a permanent dialogue with five local indigenous Colla communities to identify impact mitigation and how the Campos del Sol farm can generate value for them. This has materialized into a plan with short-, medium- and long-term projects focusing on sustainable tourism initiatives developed in collaboration with Chilean nonprofit Fundación Rondó.More: Enel begins construction on Chile’s largest solar farm
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享S&P Global Market Intelligence:Financial institutions are gradually becoming more comfortable financing solar storage and could even be warming to solar projects with a merchant component, panelists said during a financing panel at the Solar & Storage Finance USA conference in New York on Oct. 29.“There’s a lot more activity now in [commercial and industrial solar] and in community solar,” Rohan Singh, a managing director at NextEra Energy Capital Holding, noted, citing his own company’s increased involvement in these sectors. “There’s definitely a move towards new products within the sector.”“The buyer universe for these platforms and these assets has expanded quite dramatically,” said Shail Mehta, managing director in Citigroup Inc.’s global power and renewable energy group. “It’s really being driven by the private side where private equity and infrastructure funds are raising new funds.”“Even if the returns don’t fit with their mandate, a lot of them are trying to get creative and figure out ways to play, at least, in the sector,” said Mehta, who added that he is seeing investors taking on more risk with merchant tails and new technologies.The same is true for oil and gas majors, as shareholders demand a shift to clean energy, said Mehta, who credited rating agencies’ environmental and sustainable governance scorecards with helping to drive traditional energy companies toward more green investments. Established European oil and gas companies are among the main foreign investors in U.S. renewables, said Andrew Gilbert, principal at Energy Capital Partners.“They do want to do this and invest more in the space,” said Gilbert, noting that expanding into wind and solar ultimately helps the companies’ returns.More: High valuations, new technology buoy solar finance market More financiers are moving into solar
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Tweet Share Share LifestyleNewsRegionalTravel Sunwing Airlines plans to sue couple over diverted Caribbean flight by: – February 6, 2013 54 Views no discussions Share Sharing is caring! A Sunwing spokesman told reporters the airline footed the bill for the 170 passengers who were forced to overnight in Bermuda, saying the air-rage incident could cost as much as US$50,000.HAMILTON, Bermuda – A Canadian low-cost airline says it plans to sue a couple after they were fined US$500 each in a court here following an altercation on a Caribbean-bound plane which forced the captain to divert the airline to Bermuda.Bermuda police arrested the Canadian couple and their 22-year-old son after the Sunwing Airlines’ flight, carrying 170 passengers, touched down at Bermuda’s L.F. Wade International Airport last Friday. A younger son with the family was not arrested.The plane continued its journey to its original destination on Saturday.A Sunwing spokesman told reporters the airline footed the bill for the 170 passengers who were forced to overnight in Bermuda, saying the air-rage incident could cost as much as US$50,000.The spokesman said the cost would also include landing fees, flying a mechanic to Bermuda to check the aircraft for stress fractures due to the fact it had to land overweight as well as hotel and meals for passengers stuck in both Bermuda and the Dominican Republic.The spokesman said Sunwing intended to seek recourse and planned to sue the family in civil court.The Magistrate’s Court was told that the pilot decided to divert to Bermuda two hours into the flight, after David McNeil, Sr, 54, who pleaded guilty to behaving in a disorderly manner and using profane language towards a member of the flight crew and his 52-year-old wife, Donna McNeil, admitted disobeying a lawful command.The incidents started after their son, David McNeil, Jr, was refused access to the plane’s toilets as the aircraft took off from Halifax.The son was initially charged with smoking on the aircraft but prosecutors chose to offer no evidence against him after he pleaded not guilty. He was discharged by Senior Magistrate Archibald Warner.The court heard that while passengers had been asked not to move, the son left his seat to go to the bathroom and refused the flight attendant’s orders to return to his seat.After the father swore at the attendant, the mother started cursing at the crew. The three were toldto return to their seats, but did not do so and kept moving about the plane.The magistrate ordered the parents to pay their US$500 fines immediately or face 10 days in jail. Caribbean 360
The 2019 track season is here opening up with an indoor meet at East Central on Saturday. The Batesville Bulldogs spent from 8:30-4pm competing against teams in our conference and local area. This was not a team scored meet, but an opportunity for athletes and relays to get marks and times for a chance to qualify for the indoor state track meet March 23rd at Indiana University. Qualifying depends on the placement of each individual and relay of the rest of the state. There are many qualifying meets throughout the state from this past weekend and there will be more in the next two weeks. Batesville will be traveling to the University of Indianapolis March 16th for another qualifying opportunity. The weekend of the 16th is the last chance to qualify. Once all the times and distances are reported, then the top 24 of each event will be ask to compete in the state meet.Here are the top results from this past weekend at East Central. Batesville came away with 5 first place finishes for the day: Ean Loichinger in the 3200m run (10:24), JJ Kuisel in the 400m dash (57.64), Adam Moster in the 800m run (2:14.11), the 4 x 800m relay of JJ Kuisel, Benjamin Moster, Ean Loichinger and Adam Moster (9:15.69) and the 4 x 400m relay of Adam Moster, Benjamin Moster, Vonley Hund and JJ Kuisel (3:54.83). Congratulations to both Adam Moster and JJ Kuisel for bringing home 3 blue ribbons!2nd place finishes went to Lily Meyer-55m dash; Stephanie Nobbe-200m dash; Carley Pride-400m dash; Sprint Relay of Lily Meyer, Larissa Lair, Gabby Gibbs and Stephanie Nobbe; 4 x 400m relay of Katie Olsen, Liz Loichinger, Sarah Ripperger and Carley Pride.3rd places were Kent Meyers and Gabby Gibbs in high jump; Katie Bedel-shot put; Benjamin Moster-800m run; Stephanie Nobbe-55m dash; 4 x 800m relay of Liz Loichinger, Trysta Vierling, Maria Lopez and Katie Olsen.4th places went to. Katie Bedel and Carley Pride-high jump; Katie Olsen-800m run; Sprint Relay of Kavin Saravanan, Sam Haskamp, Adam Bedel and Isaiah Riffle; 4 x 400m relay of Kavin Saravanan, Johnathon Lynch, Sam Robben and Chase Hamilton.5th places are Stephanie Nobbe-pole vault; Liz Loichinger-800m run; Callie Main-long jump.6th place finishes were Adam Bedel-long jump and 55 hurdles; Gabe Gunter-high jump; Lily Meyer-200m dash; Sprint Relay of Zach Gutzwiller, Kent Meyers, Sam Robben and Chase Hamilton.Some of the team will be competing again on March 16th at the University of Indianapolis.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.The Lady Pirates Track and Field Team performed well at the East Central Indoor Invitational Saturday. The Girls Team earned indoor personal records, put their names in the Pirate Indoor history books, and captured two individual Championships. The 2019 East Central Indoor Invite Shot Put Champion Lily Grimes defended her title in shot put. She has won this event the past 4 years. Her toss of 38’10.5″ ranks her second out of all the female throwers from Indiana’s small schools. The 2019 EC Indoor Invite 800 meter Champion Brenner Hanna also defended her title winning the event in 2:40.24. Teammate Emily Mangels placed 2nd in 2:43.54 and earned a spot as the 3rd fastest Lady Pirate Indoor 800 runner in the history books.Other ladies with great performances included Pole Vaulter Koregan Kidd with a clearance of 7’6. This is an indoor PR for Kidd as well as the 2nd best indoor vault in Lady Pirate history. Kidd also ran an indoor PR in the 55m while teammate Allison Ralston tossed an indoor PR in shot put. Later in the meet the Ladies 4 x 400 Relay team of Mangels, Emma Hatton, Kayla Haycock and Hanna and the Ladies 4 x 800 team of Mangels, Hatton, Emma Wilmer and Hanna both etched their names in the Indoor Record books as the 5th fastest girls teams in Greensburg school history.As the first meet of the 2019 season many young freshmen experienced an indoor meet for the first time while the veteran ladies worked on improving their craft. It was a great start to the season. Official results are posted on stuartroadracing.com Indoor Invite Champions. Lily Grimes – Shot Put and Brenner Hanna – 800m.2nd Place. Emily Mangels – 800.4th Place. Emma Wilmer – 3200 and 3200 Relay Team – Emily Mangels, Emma Hatton, Emma Wilmer, Brenner Hanna.5th Place. Emily Million – 55 Hurdles and Sarah Santiago – 3200.6th Place. Koregan Kidd – Pole Vault; 776 Sprint Medley – Mary West, Emily Million, Koregan Kidd, Kayla Haycock; and 1600 Relay Team – Emily Mangels, Emma Hatton, Kayla Haycock, Brenner Hanna.7th Place. Mary West – 55 Hurdles.8th Place . Mary West – 55 Dash and 776 Sprint Medley – Hilary Ernstes, India Benefiel, Cadence Land, Bailey Crawford.Courtesy of Pirates Coach Katina Tekulve.The Greensburg Boys Track & Field team competed in the East Central Indoor Invitational over the weekend, to start the 2019 season. The Pirates came away with several new indoor PR’s, top ten performances and most of all, valuable experience for everyone new to the program.Complete Results can be found on stuartroadracing.com2nd PlaceSprint Medley Relay (Daimon Austin, Jalen Woods, Joey Woods, & Vincent Pavy) 1:43.33Daimon Austin (Long Jump) 19’1 ¼” 3rd Place4×800 Relay Team 1 (Sawyer Sanders, Kole Stephens, Nick Zapfe, & Hunter Butz) 9:28.42Hunter Butz (3200) 11:30.954×400 Relay Team 1 (Nick Zapfe, Kole Stephens, Sage O’Mara, Hunter Butz) 4:06.674th PlaceKole Stephens (800) 2:24.98Sawyer Sanders (3200) 11:57.835th Place4×800 Relay Team 2 (Jonathon Ralston, Sage O’Mara, Sean Slagle, & Brandon Quiroz) 10:13.58Nick Zapfe (400) 59.106th PlaceJoey Woods (55) 7.18Sage O’Mara (400) 59.89Jalen Woods (Shot Put) 38’11Adam Koester (High Jump) 5’2”7th PlaceMatthew Stewart (Pole Vault) 8’00”8th PlaceJalen Woods (55 Hurdles) 10.37Courtesy of Pirates Coach Shawn Ruble.
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February 20, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditLoyola of Chicago (19-9, 11-4) vs. Missouri State (13-15, 7-8)JQH Arena, Springfield, Missouri; Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Missouri State looks for its fourth straight win over Loyola of Chicago at JQH Arena. The last victory for the Ramblers at Missouri State was a 75-62 win on Feb. 21, 2016. ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Missouri St. looks for home win vs Loyola-Chicago Associated Press SAVVY SENIORS: Missouri State has relied heavily on its seniors this year. Keandre Cook, Gaige Prim, Lamont West and Josh Hall have combined to account for 58 percent of the team’s scoring this year and 66 percent of all Bears points over the last five games.FUELING THE OFFENSE: Cameron Krutwig has been directly responsible for 40 percent of all Loyola of Chicago field goals over the last five games. The junior big man has 34 field goals and 19 assists in those games.SLIPPING AT 71: Missouri State is 0-10 this year when it allows 71 points or more and 13-5 when holding opponents to fewer than 71.ASSIST-TO-FG RATIO: The Ramblers have recently converted buckets via assists more often than the Bears. Missouri State has 38 assists on 86 field goals (44.2 percent) across its past three outings while Loyola of Chicago has assists on 48 of 90 field goals (53.3 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: The Loyola of Chicago defense has allowed only 61.9 points per game to opponents, which is the 20th-lowest figure in the country. The Missouri State offense has put up just 69.2 points through 28 games (ranked 215th among Division I teams).
February 20, 2020 Associated Press BIG MEN ON CAMPUS: This will be a homecoming game for Hornets senior John Crosby, who is averaging 19.9 points and 5.3 rebounds. Crosby has been complemented by Ameer Bennett, who is averaging 10.2 points and 6.1 rebounds per game. The Eagles have been led by Koby Thomas, who is averaging 12.9 points and 6.8 rebounds.FUELING THE OFFENSE: Dejuan Clayton has accounted for 42 percent of all Coppin State field goals over the last three games. The senior guard has 17 field goals and 11 assists in those games.WINLESS WHEN: The Eagles are 0-12 when they score 63 points or fewer and 8-8 when they exceed 63 points. The Hornets are 0-21 when allowing 71 or more points and 3-1 on the season, otherwise.STREAK STATS: Delaware State has lost its last 10 road games, scoring 66.7 points, while allowing 89.5 per game.DID YOU KNOW: Delaware State is ranked first in Division I with an average of 76.4 possessions per game. The uptempo Hornets have pushed that total to 80.2 possessions per game over their last three games. Delaware St. looks to end streak vs Coppin State Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditDelaware State (3-22, 2-9) vs. Coppin State (8-20, 4-9)Physical Education Complex, Baltimore; Saturday, 4 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Coppin State looks to extend Delaware State’s conference losing streak to six games. Delaware State’s last MEAC win came against the Coppin State Eagles 77-68 on Feb. 1. Coppin State lost 80-60 at Norfolk State in its most recent game. ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com
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For what feels like a long time, the University of Wisconsin football team has sought consistent production from its two top wide receivers.Lately in the program’s history, it hasn’t happened. But that may change in 2016, if Jazz Peavy and Robert Wheelwright’s play during No. 10 Wisconsin’s 54-10 drubbing of Akron Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium was any indication.Peavy, a redshirt junior, had a career day. He hauled in two touchdowns for the first scores of his Badger tenure. The fifth-year senior Wheelwright caught four passes for 99 yards, including a screen play that went for 47 yards down the Badger sideline.“Rob makes me so much better,” Peavy said. “I’m sure I make Rob better. Practice, games, it don’t matter, we’re always pushing each other.”It was arguably the most productive day for Wisconsin receivers in nearly three seasons. The last time two UW (2-0) receivers had more than 100 yards was the 2012 Rose Bowl, when Nick Toon and Jared Abbrederis both eclipsed the century mark.Wheelwright also said the one-two combo at receivers is a product of the starters feeding off each other.“Use each other each week as motivation,” Wheelwright said when asked how they could improve off of Saturday’s performance. “Try to be better than the next guy.”Wisconsin’s first drive demonstrated they would be dominant all day. The offense drove 83 yards on the first drive of the game, which took nearly seven minutes off the clock. Through the first two games of 2016, UW has outgained its opponents 331 to 11 in the first quarter.After the season’s first two games, the UW defense is responsible for allowing just as many touchdowns as the team’s offense and special teams (one). The defense forced two turnovers on the afternoon. Fifth-year senior safety Leo Musso intercepted Woodson in the second quarter, after junior cornerback Derrick Tindal forced a fumble recovered by senior corner Sojourn Shelton.Senior running back Corey Clement pounded the Akron defense early and often. In just two quarters, Clement carried the ball 21 times for 111 yards and two touchdowns. Clement was ruled out for the second half with a left leg injury and was on the bench having his ankles taped late in the second quarter.“Seeing that we were up a lot, why risk it to turn into a bigger injury?” Clement said after the game. “I’ve dealt with injuries in the past, and I know it’s nothing to play with.”Clement added he could have ran the ball 41 times if need be.Bart Houston had another solid day under center, despite a shaky start. The fifth-year senior completed 15 of 22 passes for 231 yards and two touchdowns, both to Peavy in the second quarter.After Clement’s first touchdown, Wisconsin was driving again when it faced a 4th-and-goal late in the first quarter. UW head coach Paul Chryst opted to keep the offense on the field in lieu of kicking a field goal. Clement made a nice cut to open space, and it looked like he’d score, but he slipped.Akron took over at its own three-yard line. After a false start and an offensive pass interference, redshirt junior Alec James sacked quarterback Thomas Woodson in the end zone for a safety to put Wisconsin up 9-0.“The o-line just slanted,” James said. “They slid pretty hard and I just kind of backdoored it. My teammates made him step up and I was just there to make the play.”A one-yard touchdown run from Clement on UW’s next drive, followed by Peavy’s first touchdown, a 13-yard slant reception, put UW up 23-0. Akron wide receiver JoJo Natson put the Zips on the board with 3:12 remaining in the first half on a 55-yard punt return, during which Wisconsin’s coverage unit looked disorganized and got burned.With 2:10 left in the second quarter, Houston dropped a dime into Peavy’s hands from 34 yards out for the pairs second touchdown connection of the game to increase the Badgers’ lead to 30-7. An Akron field goal as time expired to close the first half made it 30-10.The Badgers went up 33-10 when Rafael Gaglianone’s lone field goal attempt was good from 33 yards out.Redshirt freshman Alex Hornibrook replaced Houston at quarterback in the third quarter with efficiency. He completed all five of his passes for 61 yards, including a six-yard touchdown to sophomore fullback Alec Ingold in the flat to up the UW lead to 40-10 and a beautiful ball to freshman receiver A.J. Taylor on a corner route for 35 yards.“It was fun to be out there,” Hornibrook said. “I was excited I got to go in and for the first one it felt pretty good.”In the fourth quarter, redshirt freshman Bradrick Shaw saw his first game action as a Badger. He ran for 74 yards on nine carries, and somersaulted into the end zone to cap a 35-yard touchdown run with 7:54 left in the game to make it 54-10, which held as the final score.Redshirt junior fullback Austin Ramesh had scored his second career touchdown earlier in the fourth and upped Wisconsin’s lead to 47-10.