SPI Energy connects 12.8 MW of distributed solar in ChinaSPI Energy has powered four distributed generation projects totaling 12.8 MW in Jiangsu, Jiangxi and Shandong provinces of China. May 31, 2016 Adilya Zaripova Installations Markets Markets & Policy Share Shanghai-based PV solutions provider SPI Energy has recently completed and successfully connected to the grid four PV projects for distributed power generation in three Chinese provinces.The largest of the four projects is a 5 MW Hai’an rooftop PV project in Jiangsu province. The plant is comprised of 19,000 PV modules manufactured by SPI Energy and installed across the area of 49,000 square meters.Another project, a 2 MW rooftop solar plant in Suzhou Industrial Park is also located in Jiangsu province. It utilizes 8,000 PV modules installed across a total surface area of 41,000 square meters.A 1.8 MW rooftop PV project in Jiangxi province involved the installation of 7,000 PV modules, which are now covering a total surface area of 30,000 square meters in the Fuzhou high-tech industrial development zone.The fourth project is a 4 MW Shouguang city solar plant in Shandong province. It is comprised of 16,000 modules supplied by SPI, and designed to provide electricity for a local 64-hectare large farmland.According to the announcement, Solarbao.com, SPI Energy’s e-commerce and investment platform, provides financial leasing services for the four distributed solar projects. Through the online platform, investors were able to purchase the PV modules and kits used in the construction phase and lease them back for a fixed fee. 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Lisman Ad As hardworking, over-taxed Vermonters are driving to and from work, starting tomorrow many will hear a radio ad from Bruce Lisman about Phil Scott’s call for a new mileage tax. Scott called for a mileage tax during a July 19 Vermont Public Television event in Rutland and has not back away from it at subsequent public forums. “A new mileage tax will hurt Vermonters. Residents who drive long distances to work and are struggling to make ends meet, will be punished the most,” says Bruce Lisman in the ad.The ad will begin airing on Thursday, July 28 and be on many radio stations throughout Vermont.To hear the ad click: http://www.lismanforvermont.com/radio_ad_vote_for_change(link is external).Here is a transcript of the 60-second ad:Voice-over (VO): Listen to Phil Scott talk about imposing a mileage tax on already-over-taxed Vermonters:Phil Scott: We’re going to, in the future, have to look at some type of a mileage tax. VO: That’s right Scott wants another tax on driving Phil Scott: We’re going to, in the future, have to look at some type of a mileage tax. Bruce Lisman: This is Bruce Lisman. Sadly, Phil Scott is out of touch. More taxes are not the answer! A new mileage tax will hurt Vermonters. Residents who drive long distances to work and are struggling to make ends meet, will be punished the most. Instead of raising taxes, we need to get spending under control. That’s why I’m running for Governor. VO: Bruce Lisman will lead Vermont in a new direction, a better direction. Vote for Change. Vote Tuesday, August 9 for Republican Bruce Lisman for Governor.Paid for by Lisman for Vermont, Beverly Biello Treasurer.For additional information about Phil Scott’s call for a mileage tax, please see our July 20 press release at: http://www.lismanforvermont.com/lisman_phil_scott_s_call_for_mileage_tax_will_hurt_vermonters(link is external).Mr. Lisman’s public policy views are outlined in greater detail at: http://www.lismanforvermont.com/issues(link is external).Source: Lisman campaign 7.27.2016
Cooking With The Countess The Southampton History Museum presents a monthly live Zoom cooking show in the kitchen of one of the last, private Gilded Age estates in Southampton. The program takes place on the first Thursday of every month beginning June 4 at 11 AM. The first Zoom installment will feature how to make a rhubarb pie using organic, homegrown produce.The show features The Countess von Salm-Hoogstraeten, and her private chef, Brian Hetrich. The vast kitchen is located inside the Port of Missing Men, which was built by H.H. Rogers, Jr., whose father was the richest man in 1910.Chef Hetrich is a raw vegan chef, Master Grower, speaker, and author from West Palm Beach. He’s been living and counseling others on the raw food lifestyle for over 13 years. “In my practice, I emphasize the harmonious integration of body, mind and spirit,” said Hetrich. “I feel very strongly in using superior nutrition combined with the judicial use of select herbs, pure water, sensible exercise, effective detoxification protocols, and other lifestyle factors in order for anyone to realize superior health.”The Countess has a well-cared for, organic vegetable garden, which is the major source of produce for all meals served at the estate. Like Hetrich, she promotes healthy living and consumption. She often lends her home to organizations like Peconic Land Trust, Southampton History Museum, and others.The Countess “is an enthusiastic preservationist for nature and culture in Southampton,” said Tom Edmonds, executive director at the Southampton History Museum. “This cooking show offers a unique experience for natural food and history lovers inside one of the most majestic, historic homes that I know of.”BBQ PacksTownline BBQ in Sagaponack is offering take home BBQ packs, available Wednesday through Sunday. Orders can be placed over the phone by calling 631-537-2271 between noon and 8 PM, or until the ’que runs out. Take home special kits serve 4 to 6 or 8 to 12 people. In lieu of gratuity, diners may choose to donate to the Honest Man Employee Relief Fund. Credit card payment is preferred.Supper ClubArt of Eating in Bridgehampton is moving its Supper Club prepared dinners to Thursday night. This Thursday will feature local fish, organic produce North and South Fork farms and farmstands. The Lynn Blue Band will perform acoustic favorites while patrons wait in their cars for pick-up. A full menu of takeout options – in addition to the Supper Club offerings – is available online at [email protected] Share
Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Anzhi Makhachkala want to re-sign Chris Samba, according to the Daily Star.Samba left the Russian club in January to join QPR for £12.5m but has been tipped to make a quick exit from Loftus Road.The defender is expected to leave at the end of the season, with Rangers said to be planning to cut their wage bill once relegation is confirmed.AdChoices广告And it is suggested that Anzhi are prepared to match his wages – once again reported to be £100,000 per week – in order to get him back.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
First Published: 4th April, 2020 12:13 IST COMMENT Associated Press Television News Last Updated: 4th April, 2020 12:13 IST Former Denver Star Wolfe Finally Gets To Play For Ravens Derek Wolfe figured he missed yet another chance to join the Baltimore Ravens when the team reached agreement last month on a three-year contract with free agent defensive lineman Michael Brockers. WATCH US LIVE SUBSCRIBE TO US LIVE TV Derek Wolfe figured he missed yet another chance to join the Baltimore Ravens when the team reached agreement last month on a three-year contract with free agent defensive lineman Michael Brockers.After Baltimore’s deal with Brockers fell through, Wolfe immediately told his agent to get in touch with the Ravens. Not long after that, the free agent tackle left the Denver Broncos to sign a one-year contract with Baltimore.“I’m extremely happy,” Wolfe said Friday in a teleconference. “Everything happens for a reason, man. When things aren’t supposed to happen, they do. I always thought I would fit into that (Ravens) organization really well. My whole career I thought that. I thought I was going to be drafted by them coming out in 2012. I’m really happy that I’m finally there.”Wolfe considered asking the Broncos to be dealt to Baltimore before last year’s trade deadline, but backed off in an effort to show loyalty to the team that paid his salary for eight seasons. Although he had a career-high seven sacks in just 12 games in 2019, Wolfe figured his time in Denver was over.“When a team doesn’t extend you during the season, it’s kind of a good sign that they’re ready to move on,” he said. “My first choice was the Ravens.”He told his agent: “I really don’t care about the money right now. I just want to get on that team.”Baltimore went 14-2 last season, thanks mostly to a potent offense led by quarterback Lamar Jackson that ranked No. 1 in the NFL in points and yards rushing. The defense was solid, but during the offseason general manager Eric DeCosta was determined to improve a unit that allowed 4.4 yards per rush — worst in franchise history.By adding free agent Calais Campbell and now Wolfe (instead of Brockers), the front line of Baltimore’s 3-4 defense appears far more formidable.“When I saw Calais was going there, and I knew Brandon (Williams) was there already, it was a no-brainer for me,” Wolfe said. “I think we can have the best defensive line in the league for sure. We can break records for (fewest) yards per rush. I think we’re going to be able to shut that run game down, and when it comes to our offense keeping us up by 10 or 20 points a game, it’s going to get ugly for these quarterbacks.”Wolfe’s goal this season is to stay healthy (he’s played all 16 games in only three seasons), play well and win a championship.“I feel like if I can come in there and prove myself, they’ll extend me for a few years and I can be part of the organization,” Wolfe said. “I would like to help bring a ring to the city.”Wolfe is excited to be part of a defense that long ago built a reputation for toughness. He learned about the tight-knit organization last season from quarterback Joe Flacco, who was traded from Baltimore to Denver in March 2019.“I used to eat breakfast with Joe every morning,” Wolfe said. “He told me it was one big family, and that’s what I want to be part of.”Wolfe visited the Ravens’ training facility before the 2012 draft. He ended up being taken by Denver in the second round, and now, finally, the 6-foot-5, 285-pounder is part of Baltimore.“I don’t really know that much about the city,” Wolfe said, “other than they’re all about crab cakes and football.” Written By FOLLOW US
SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES, France (AP) — Tiger Woods paused on his walk toward the 18th green at Le Golf National and threw his head back in laughter. These are happy times for Woods, regardless of whatever Bryson DeChambeau said to cause such a reaction Tuesday. Spectators watch above as Tiger Woods of the US plays from the 1st tee during practice at Le Golf National in Guyancourt, outside Paris, France, Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018. The 42nd Ryder Cup will be held in France from Sept. 28-30, 2018 at Le Golf National. (AP Photo/Francois Mori) Now if he can get that to translate in the Ryder Cup.For all his amazing feats in golf — 80 victories on the PGA Tour, the most recent on Sunday at the Tour Championship after returning following a fourth back surgery that threatened to end his career — Woods has been on only one winning team at the Ryder Cup. That was nearly 20 years ago and required a record comeback on the final day. His own record is 13-17-3, a product of being on six losing teams.“Looking back on my entire Ryder Cup career, that’s not something that I have really enjoyed and I’ve really liked seeing,” Woods said. “I’ve played a lot of matches. Of those seven previous Ryder Cups, I’ve sat out one session. … My overall Ryder Cup record, not having won as a player since 1999, is something that hopefully we can change. We haven’t won as a U.S. squad here in 25 years on foreign soil. So hopefully, that will change this week, as well.”Woods used to get defensive about his mark, pointing out that no one could recite the Ryder Cup record of Jack Nicklaus (17-8-3 during an era of U.S. dominance), but that everyone knew Nicklaus had won 18 majors.One element he faced every two years was trying to be on a team of 12 players even as the golfing world saw it as Tiger Woods and 11 other Americans. He was 21 when he played his first Ryder Cup in 1997 and already was the sport’s biggest star.Back in the Ryder Cup as a player for the first time in six years, Woods is in the spotlight again.One year ago, he was riding in a cart as a vice captain in the Presidents Cup, having played one PGA Tour event in two years with no certainty there would be another. And then he made yesterday look like yesteryear with a wire-to-wire win at the Tour Championship, his first trophy in more than five years and the feeling that more was to come.Tiger Woods celebrates after picking up his putt for par on the 18th green to win the final round of the Tour Championship golf tournament Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Amis)Woods still hasn’t grasped the significance of the victory at East Lake. He didn’t know the TV ratings because he headed straight to France on the charter flight, had a team dinner and then was out in the chill of Tuesday morning for his first look at Le Golf National.“Are they good?” Woods asked to plenty of laughter. “Sorry, I’ve been a little bit busy, so I haven’t looked.”NBC Sports Group said the final round was the highest-rated Tour Championship on record dating to 1991.U.S. captain Jim Furyk has tried to tone down the hype, though it was hard to ignore that it was a “boost for everyone, and I think for Tiger in general, it’s cool.”“The arms up in the air on 18, it looks like that’s going to be a cover on maybe about 100 magazines this week,” Furyk said. “You could tell it was significant for him. I also know how important this event is to all 12 guys and to Tiger, as well. … Being a guy with his status and that number of wins, he can flip the page and turn his attention to this week. So he’s out there grinding and trying to help this team as much as he can.”Woods and DeChambeau, one of three Ryder Cup rookies on the U.S. team, have been looked upon as a potential partnership for Le Golf National. Furyk said not to read anything into the way he sent off his players in groups of four for the first official practice round. He said Tuesday was more about learning the golf course because only six U.S. players have seen it.Phil Mickelson, who also has a losing record (18-20-7), joined Woods, DeChambeau and Patrick Reed.Mickelson then caused a small stir by saying he and Woods would welcome another chance to play together, even though their 2004 partnership at Oakland Hills resulted in two losses and plenty of ridicule in the years that followed.Will it happen?“I do have an idea of what Captain Furyk is thinking, yeah,” Mickelson said with a grin, allowing for no other detail.The best personal mark Woods ever had at the Ryder Cup was the only other time he was a captain’s pick, going 3-1 in Wales. He failed to win a match in his most recent Ryder Cup, going 0-3-1 at Medinah when Europe rallied to win on the last day.Woods, however, is more than six years removed from the Ryder Cup. He has gone through four surgeries that kept him out of 10 majors and two Ryder Cups, though he comes to France with a winning feeling — not just the Tour Championship, but his role as a vice captain at Hazeltine two years ago during a rare American victory.The next generation of Americans looked up to him as the legendary figure who inspired them when they were kids. Now he is back to being their peer, feeling as much a part of the team as ever, no matter whose picture is on the cover of magazines.
“It makes no sense to say that the player was notified if it was not so. Madrid has not been able to anything more than analyse the nature of this reality and we believe the suspension was not done effectively. But Perez held a news conference on Thursday night to deny any Madrid wrongdoing and essentially pin the blame on the RFEF and Villarreal for not telling Madrid about Cheryshev’s suspension – he had been playing on loan with the Yellow Submarines when he accrued three bookings to pick up the ban. “After an analysis with the board of directors, we have decided that the suspension for three yellow cards was not effective because no one communicated it to the player as per Article 41. The Andalusian side complained about the incident officially and Madrid are at risk of being kicked out of the tournament. “No one was negligent at Real Madrid. That is our conclusion after speaking with our legal team.” 03/12/2015 Sport EN Upd. on 04/12/2015 at 00:14 CET “We will in the very least go to the CAS because there is jurisdiction. If someone did not do their job, we would ask for forgiveness. But if the player has not told us, nor the federation, nor Villarreal, it is impossible for us to be aware. We did not receive any information on July 27. The federation knows this. “We did not have any knowledge nor did the player of his own suspension. No one knew,” Perez said. “Real Madrid was not aware of the existence of any sanction, no one communicated that to us. The CAS [Court for Arbitration of Sport] has dictated that a player must receive a personal notification. If we admit that the suspension was efficent, it would have to have been annulled according to Article 112, which states that the suspension is not effective because it was not communicated to the player so there was no fielding of an ineligible player. Real Madrid president Florentino Perez insists his club did not know Denis Cheryshev was suspended and they should not be punished for playing him in the Copa del Rey fourth round win over Cadiz.
EFE “Ronaldo is a natural goalscorer and did it again [tonight],” Bale concluded. Upd. at 12:50 Gareth Bale admitted disappointment after Wales went down 2-0 to Portugal in the Euro 2016 semi-finals but also highlighted the “pride” in his team for having reached this stage of the tournament. “[Portugal] defended very well and we limited them in attack,” Bale began, “We’re a proud nation and we’re proud of what we’ve achieved. 07/07/2016 It was the country’s first appearance at a major international football tournament since the 1958 World Cup, where they reached the quarter-finals on that occasion. Wednesday’s encounter at the Stade de Lyon also saw the 26-year-old come up against his Real Madrid team-mate – and the tied record goalscorer in European Championship history after his goal – Cristiano Ronaldo. “Obviously we would’ve loved to get to the final, but it wasn’t to be.” CEST “We’re disappointed but we’ll rise, we’ll stay together and try again. Nobody expected us to get this far, we’ll keep fighting [to improve].”
The window will close at 5 p.m. on the Thursday before the start of the league, although clubs will be able to sell players to other leagues where the window will remain open until 31 August as before. Brian Owen The January window and the windows in other European leagues will not be affected by the decision. IN SPORT.ES CEST The Premier League has announced that from next season the transfer window will shut the day before the start of the competition. The Premier Leagues hope that the decision, taken without the unanimous agreement of the clubs, will set a precedent other European leagues will follow. La Premier adelanta el cierre de su mercado Upd. at 17:02 07/09/2017
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