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January 1, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgCalkain Institutional Advisors, a division of Calkain Companies, a national real estate investment brokerage firm, has been chosen by R.P.M.Realty Trust as the exclusive listing agent to sale two fully leased properties located at198 & 200 Main Street in Lewiston, Maine.Joel Kahn, CCIM and Michael OMara will represent R.P.M. Realty Trust in thedisposition of these properties which houses the Department of Human Services for theState of Maine. 200 Main Street, consisting of 50,823 square feet on four floors, wascompletely renovated/expanded to comply with the states requirements for office space.The State of Maine currently holds a Standard and Poors credit rating of AAA, thehighest rating the service offers. Additionally, the abutting 198 Main Street building wassimultaneously renovated as a two story, 11,700 square foot multi-tenanted building fullyoccupied by several well known regional tenants.Calkain Companies, Inc. is a full service firm with a national scope focusing onsingle and multi-tenant retail, industrial, and office net leased transactions. Additionalinformation about the firm and its listings may be found at www.calkain.com(link is external).last_img read more

December 31, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgSecond subsidy-free solar-plus-storage facility opens in U.K. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享PV Magazine:German battery manufacturer Tesvolt today announced the completion of a 7.4 MW PV power plant and 4.4 MW battery installation. The system was commissioned by West Sussex County Council in mid-October; and has now successfully completed its testing phase.As with the first subsidy free solar project in the UK, developed by Anesco, additional income brought in by the co-located battery is key to the business model: “Thanks to the high-voltage storage system, the local government earns additional money with grid services,” explains German manufacturer Tesvolt, which supplied the battery system. “Power generated at the solar farm will be sold on the electricity wholesale market. The batteries will generate additional income from price arbitrage, frequency services and triad management/ capacity market income.”Westhampnett Solar Farm is built on a disused landfill site, and is expected to provide enough power for more than 2,000 homes for the next 25 years. “it makes absolute sense for us to use our natural resources and to generate clean energy that can be fed in to the local electricity grid,” said County Council Leader Louise Goldsmith. “As one of the first solar farms to be built with battery storage and free from government subsidy, we are blazing a trail among local authorities and demonstrating that councils have a role to play as local leaders on energy.”While solar installations in the UK have largely ground to a halt since the government ended subsidies, a few business models have shown the ability to go subsidy free – particularly by leveraging the additional grid services a battery can provide.More: More subsidy free solar + storage for the U.K.last_img read more

November 18, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgAt the end of May, more precisely on May 30, the competition for the director of the Main Office of the CNTB ended, which lasted 60 days.Eight applications were received for the competition, seven applications were received on time, one was received outside the deadline, point out from the Ministry of Tourism, which in the following period was reviewed by a special Commission for the evaluation of candidacies selected by the Tourist Board of the Croatian National Tourist Board to determine which of the candidates meet the necessary conditions for further evaluation.After the last session of the Tourist Council, the first meeting of the Commission for the Implementation of the Public Tender for the Selection of the Director of the Main Office of the Croatian Tourist Board was held, consisting of: Boris Žgomba as President of the Commission, also a member of the CNTB Tourist Board and President of Uniline, Barbara Mesić Commission and Chief Advisor to the Minister of Tourism, Željko Kukurin, member of the Commission, also a member of the Tourist Board of the CNTB and President of the Management Board of Valamar Riviera dd, Marcel Medak, member of the Commission, also a member of the Tourist Board of the CNTB and director of Daruvar Spa, dr.sc. Dragan Magaš from the Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management in Opatija.Although unofficially all the candidates are already known, but respecting the election process and the secrecy of data, we will not reveal which persons all ran for the position of director of the CNTB Head Office, but interestingly, out of seven applications, one is from the Tourist Board system. one from the private sector and one from academia, while the remaining applications are from the hotel industry.Therefore, by the end of June, the commission gave each of the seven candidates the opportunity to present the work program and will then give a recommendation to the CNTB Tourist Board on the selection of candidates, which is expected in early July. Regardless of the fact that the CNTB is still headed by Ratomir Ivičić, it is certainly crucial that a new helmsman of our tourism is selected as soon as possible so that the CNTB can dedicate itself to new plans and the vision of the new director.More expertise and professionalism, and less politicsI sincerely hope that in Croatia, and thus in this competition as well, the main guiding thread will be expertise and professionalism, and not who is closer to the fire and who is pulling harder from the political side. It is important to respect the expertise and competence as well as the vision of the development of each candidate, and then in the shortlist, ie the finalists, where the little things decide, politics chooses according to the political key. Unfortunately, it is still primarily a political decision, but the candidate must first and foremost be competent and professional, and have the support of the wider tourism profession, and not vice versa.As I communicate on a daily basis with all profiles of tourism experts from all over Croatia, I am free to determine how all or at least the vast majority are dissatisfied and how they want change. To the question of how and when it will be better, I give a clear and only possible answer: That the profession, both at the destination and in the whole of Croatia, unites and asks politics to respect the profession, professionalism and business processes of the 21st century.Right at first everyone says it is impossible, because we all look at ourselves and our interests, there is no synergy and cooperation, it is unfortunately a factual situation but it is the only right way. Start from yourself, network and connect and be an example to others with your positive actions. Politics is another level, at least it should be, that facilitates business processes and it is there for us, not the other way around. A change of the whole paradigm is needed, and this is possible only if the profession unites and seeks changes, not from political connotations but exclusively from market bases, ie needs.Synergy, expertise and professionalism – must be key criteria, we can no longer afford to be different because the competition does not sleep, in fact, while we talk for ten years about changes and new regulations, tourist land… competition has already made a hundred changes.It’s all up to the people, it’s all up to you. The synergy of all tourism workers is crucial for the strategic development of tourist destinations.last_img read more

September 20, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgNew Delhi: Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are both lucky and unlucky to be playing in the same generation, said former Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho while commenting on the long-running debate on who’s the best.Speaking on the latest instalment of ‘On the Touchline’ on beIN SPORTS, Mourinho praised both football stars and said had there been only one of them at a given time, he could have bagged 10 Golden Boots.Both are 5 times Ballon d’ or winners.“I think they are lucky and unlucky to be playing in the same generation. They are lucky because they can compete each other. They look at each other in a positive way and get extra motivation. If there was only one of them, he would have 10 Golden Boots,” Mourinho said.The 56-year-old Portuguese coach said that Ronaldo and Messi have raised the performance bar very high.“Now, I think they have put the bar really high. And you have the players coming behind, who I like to call the ‘little monsters’.“The bar has to be high, so it has to be incredible motivation for Neymar, (Kylian) Mbappe and (Antoine) Griezmann.“Unfortunately, Cristiano and Messi will not last forever,” Mourinho, who was sacked as Manchester United coach on December, added. (IANS)Also Read: SPORTS NEWSlast_img read more

September 19, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img(REUTERS)-Faf du Plessis successfully reviewed an lbw decision against him before guiding South Africa to a series-clinching six-wicket victory in the fifth and final one-dayer against New Zealand at Eden Park on Saturday and.the tourists regaining top spot in the ICC ODI rankings in the process. Du Plessis was initially given out on 27 when trapped in front by Jeetan Patel but had the decision overturned on review. He went on to finish unbeaten on 51 as the Proteas made 150-4 after bowling the hosts out for a paltry 149 in 41.1 overs.David Miller produced a counter-attacking 45 not out to help the Test captain ensure a 3-2 series victory, which vaulted South Africa back to the top of the one-day rankings.New Zealand had threatened to make the run chase much more difficult than it should have been, reducing the visitors to 88-4 when they captured the important wicket of AB de Villiers for 23.However, Du Plessis and Miller shook off some nervous moments with a 62-run partnership that lefthander Miller dominated.“They put us under pressure and asked a few good questions,” de Villiers said. “But a fantastic knock by Faf and David at the end to take us across the line.“It was one of those totals that needed a bit of nit and grit and the two of them showed that.”New Zealand were never able to settle against a superb South African bowling attack, who created consistent pressure from both ends with numerous dot balls that was supported by strong work in the field.Kagiso Rabada got South Africa going early by bowling Martin Guptill for four, ensuring there would be no repeat of the right hander’s match-winning 180 not out in the fourth game in Hamilton on Wednesday.Six New Zealand batsmen were dismissed for single figures, with Colin de Grandhomme top scoring with 32.Rabada, who was generating good bounce off a length and troubled the batsmen as the ball hurried through, finished with 3-25 from 7.1 overs and was named man of the match.Leg-spinner Imran Tahir, who conceded just 10 runs from his first seven overs, finished with 2-14 from his full complement.“It was a disappointing effort with the bat,” New Zealand captain Kane Williamson said. “We knew that if we put a score on the board we could scrap and put pressure on them.“But credit to AB and South Africa for the series win. They outplayed us in this game.”The two sides now head to Dunedin for the first match of a three-Test series, starting on Wednesday.NEW ZEALAND InningsM. Guptill b Rabada 4D. Brownlie lbw b Phehlukwayo 24K. Williamson run out (de Villiers, de Kock) 9R. Taylor lbw b Phehlukwayo 8L. Ronchi c de Kock b Morris 8J. Neesham c Duminy b Rabada 24M. Santner run out (Duminy) 24C. de Grandhomme c de Kock b Rabada 32T. Southee c&b Tahir 6J. Patel lbw b Tahir 0T. Boult not out 0Extras (lb-5 w-5) 10Total (all out, 41.1 overs) 149Fall of wickets: 1-17 M. Guptill,2-42 K. Williamson,3-42 D. Brownlie,4-51 R. Taylor,5-72 L. Ronchi,6-87 J. Neesham,7-132 M. Santner,8-140 T. Southee,9-147 J. Patel,10-149 C. de GrandhommeBowling: K. Rabada 7.1 – 1 – 25 – 3(w-2), C. Morris 9 – 0 – 34 – 1(w-2),I. Tahir 10 – 0 – 14 – 2, A. Phehlukwayo 7 – 1 – 35 – 2,D. Pretorius 8 – 0 – 36 – 0.SOUTH AFRICA InningsQ. de Kock c Williamson b Patel 6H. Amla c Santner b de Grandhomme 8F. du Plessis not out 51J. Duminy c Santner b Patel 3A. de Villiers c Ronchi b Neesham 23D. Miller not out 45Extras (lb-5 w-9) 14Total (for 4 wickets, 32.2 overs) 150Fall of wickets: 1-6 Q. de Kock,2-35 H. Amla,3-48 J. Duminy,4-88 A. de VilliersDid not bat: D. Pretorius, C. Morris, A. Phehlukwayo, K. Rabada, I. TahirBowling: J. Patel 5 – 0 – 26 – 2(w-1), T. Boult 9.2 – 0 – 44 – 0(w-2),T. Southee 10 – 1 – 40 – 0(w-2),C. de Grandhomme 4 – 0 – 16 – 1(w-3),M. Santner 2 – 0 – 9 – 0,J. Neesham 2-0-10-1 (w-1)last_img read more

January 12, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img**SubmittedThe weather cleared off in time for the Blizzard Bike Club time trial in Baldonnel at 7pm on Thursday evening, Jul 2nd. In the 8km distance Tristan Bourassa was in second place with 26:50 and his grandmother Barb Polehoykie first at 26:21. In the 16km distance in top place was Bob Andrews with 25:29, second was Gil Bilodeau with 25:54, third Roger St. Jean with 26:08, fourth Les Elliot in 26:54 and fifth place Kevin shaw at 28:15. – Advertisement -Other times for the evening were Sam Keats 28:42, Simon Andrews 29:18, Ken Nix 29:37, Kevin Fell Jr. 29:42, Adam Bilodeau 30:17, Owen Giebelhaus 30:42, Rob Churchill 31:27, Adam Currie 32:16, Larry Joyce 33:05, and Brandon Joyce 33:41. The BBC is back in action this weekend, with a Cecil Lake road race on Sunday. A few members will also head to Stony Plain, for the half-ironman triathlon, while Colter Young is in Beauce (rhymes with Dose) Quebec, for the junior national championshipslast_img read more