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December 31, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Greentech Media:It was 1997, and stakeholders were working hard to help craft the first renewable energy standard in the State of Massachusetts, which ultimately passed as part of an electric utility restructuring act. At that time, the notion that Massachusetts would be one of the top solar states in the country was almost laughable, recalls Rob Sargent, who currently leads the energy program at Environment America. Today, renewable energy is taking off in virtually every state in the nation.A new report and interactive map released this week by Environment America takes stock of U.S. clean energy progress to date. It finds that leadership is no longer concentrated in select parts of the country, but that it is distributed across states with varying economic and democratic makeups.The Renewables on the Rise report highlights how much has changed in a relatively short period of time, which can be easy to forget. Today, the U.S. produces nearly six times as much renewable electricity from the sun and the wind as it did in 2008, and nine states now get more than 20 percent of their electricity from renewables.Last year, the U.S. produced a record amount of solar power, generating 39 times more solar power than a decade ago. In 2008, solar produced 0.05 percent of electricity in the U.S. But by the end of 2017, solar generation reached more than 2 percent of the electricity mix — enough to power 7 million average American homes.Wind has also seen dramatic growth over the last decade. From 2008 through 2017, American wind energy generation grew nearly fivefold. Last year, wind turbines produced 6.9 percent of America’s electricity, enough to power nearly 24 million homes. And the forecast shows even more growth as America’s offshore wind industry begins to take off.Meanwhile, the average American uses nearly 8 percent less energy today than a decade ago, thanks in large part to energy efficiency improvements.More: No Longer a Novelty, Clean Energy Technologies Boom All Across the U.S. Report highlights spread of renewable energy across U.S.last_img read more

November 18, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgForten Group and the world’s leading integrated tourism group TUI, one of the previous partners owned by Karisma Hotels Adriatic (KHA), have reached an agreement whereby TUI takes over a 33,3 percent stake in Forten Group in the holding company that manages Hotels Kolocep, Hotels Zivogosce and Adriasense Zagreb. The total capacity of the three modern, decorated four-star hotels is 589 rooms. KHA had almost 350.000 overnight stays at its facilities last year, and guests were mostly from the UK, Germany, Scandinavia and France. The transaction will be formally concluded after the Competition Agency approves the KHA concentration to TUI. “As we have already pointed out, Forten’s group has a clear strategy of focusing on core business in retail, food and agriculture and overall a less complex grouping, which will allow us to achieve a better return in the future. Therefore, we were looking for the right partners to take over and improve our business in the tourism sector. As one of our partners in the ownership structure of KHA, TUI was a natural choice for the realization of this transaction, because in addition to the international tour operator activity of this group brought the largest number of guests to hotels and camps, it also knows the business operations of KHA and more importantly, it has an elaborate vision of the future for that business, and that is extremely important to usSaid James Pearson, CFO of Forten Group. Photo: TUI BLUE Adriatic Beach Resortlast_img read more

October 19, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgHe highlighted the need for better data integration by standardizing the variables and systems for data input.But the national COVID-19 task force, tasked with announcing the data collected by the Health Ministry, said that it was using data that indicated where the patients were physically being treated.”The right [process] is to submit both NIK or KTP and domicile [information]. What is used is certainly the domicile data showing where patients are treated,” task force spokesperson Wiku Adisasmito told the Post.”If there’s no domicile data then it’s treated as if [a patient’s] residence is the same as their address on their KTP. We use KTP data – NIKs, names and addresses – to verify data so there won’t be duplicates.”Wiku said the ministry could be receiving incomplete data from provincial administrations. He said that the task force was working on improving interoperability between national and regional data so that there would not be any discrepancies.Achmad Yurianto, the ministry’s director general for disease control and prevention and former government spokesperson for COVID-19 affairs, insisted that the ministry’s data was collected from data submitted by provincial administrations.”If the provincial administrations have their own [data], please ask them why it isn’t the same as the [data they] gave to the central [government],” he told the Post on Thursday.This is not the first time that such discrepancies have come to light.In May, West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil told a roundtable discussion with foreign ambassadors that the numbers announced by the Health Ministry in daily press conferences, which no longer run now, did not match those reported by his regional administration.“For example, I reported 30 cases today; the central government put five in the report. I reported seven today, the central government reported 50,” he said on May 11.Airlangga University epidemiologist Laura Navika Yamani said that data discrepancies did not only exist between Central Java and the central government, but among many other regions, including between East Java and its capital, Surabaya. Laura said such discrepancies should have already been fixed given that the country was five months into the pandemic, and the fact that this problem persisted had shown a lack of coordination between the state and regions.”A gap of hundreds in data on fatalities should be questioned. Who are these 200 deceased people?” she said.With inaccurate data that did not reflect the reality of the pandemic in the country, it was difficult to predict how the situation would unfold, Laura said. As a result, the government would have a hard time coming up with the right policies, she added.”The public will also be confused by the data. Data discrepancies will cultivate distrust toward the government, making it harder [to implement] policies set forth by the government,” she said.She urged the government to improve its method of tracking cases before drawing any conclusions and making announcements to the public.The COVID-19 task force said on Aug. 2 that there had been a 28 percent decline in deaths from two weeks prior, with Bengkulu having the highest fatality rate at 8.09 percent, followed by East Java with 7.74 percent and Central Java with 6.73 percent.Topics : Data discrepancies have continued to be a problem for Indonesia five months since it announced its first COVID-19 cases, prompting concerns about outdated data and declining public trust in the government.Central Java, for instance, recorded on its website 11,423 total confirmed cases, with 3,529 active cases and 1,049 deaths as of 12 p.m. of Tuesday. However, according to the central government’s tally, Central Java’s cases stood at 10,765, with 3,888 active cases and 731 deaths as of Tuesday.There is a 318-figure gap between the reported fatalities and a 658-figure gap between the confirmed cases.The Central Java administration updates its data at 12 p.m. every day – the same cut-off time for daily data collection by the Health Ministry.Using data from the Central Java administration, the case fatality rate stands at 9.2 percent, yet with the central government’s tally, the rate significantly drops to 6.8 percent.Central Java Health Agency head Yulianto Prabowo said the differences were to be expected because there was no “bridge” between the information systems of provinces and the central government.He suspected that the reason for this was the difference in methods used to input data on patient domicile, with some cases recorded based on the patient’s location of residence, while other cases are based on a patient’s registered address according to their citizenship identification number (NIK) or ID card (KTP). As a result, a patient living in Central Java, for example, could have their data recorded in a different province.”Central Java data [is] based on domicile, central [government] data [is] based on the NIK,” Yulianto told The Jakarta Post on Sunday.”We actually send complete data based on domicile and on the NIK [to the central government], but the provincial [administration] tends to use the domicile data for [our] epidemiological purposes and [COVID-19] response.”Yulianto said that before the Health Ministry started recording data using the All Record TC-19 system, COVID-19 data was input into the Bersatu Lawan Covid (BLC) system, meaning there could be cases in which “data from the old system wasn’t brought into the new one”.last_img read more

October 18, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgOle Gunnar Solskjaer is set to be confirmed as Manchester United’s permanent manager (Getty Images)Manchester United’s hierarchy are ready to make Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s appointment permanent and could make an announcement this week, according to reports.The Norwegian took over as caretaker manager following Jose Mourinho’s departure in December and immediately improved the results at Old Trafford.Solskjaer has won 14 of his 19 games in charge and guided United to a remarkable comeback victory over Paris Saint-Germain to secure a quarter-final tie against Barcelona in the Champions League.The 46-year-old has also been credited with getting the best out of several key players including Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford and Luke Shaw.ADVERTISEMENTWhen Solskjaer arrived at Old Trafford over three months ago, United’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward was adamant that an announcement regarding the next permanent manager would not be made before the end of the season. Manchester United set to confirm Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s permanent appointment Solskjaer has managed to get the best out of Paul Pogba (Getty Images)But the Daily Telegraph and The Sun are both reporting that United are on the brink of confirming Solskjaer’s permanent appointment as manager.AdvertisementAdvertisementBefore the international break, United suffered a defeat to Arsenal in the Premier League before they were dumped out of the FA Cup by Wolves.But this has not changed Woodward’s opinion and Solskjaer’s appointment will reportedly be officially announced before the end of the week.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CitySeveral United players have publicly supported the decision to permanently appoint Solskjaer as manager, and Nemanja Matic was the latest to offer his praise this week.‘I think he is a great manager,’ said Matic.‘But you have to say also that with Mike [Phelan], Michael [Carrick] and Kieran [McKenna], they work very well together.‘They work as a team. It is not only Ole.‘There are people behind him who help us. I will be happy if he stays, and I hope he will.’More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors Comment Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 26 Mar 2019 4:03 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

August 27, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgMore than 50,000 Chile fans say they are going to march on the national stadium and demand that Alexis Sanchez breaks up with his girlfriend Mayte Rodriguez. The Arsenal forward has come in for criticism this week over his performances for the national team this week, with a former coach claiming the player looked “fatter than normal”.And in a bid to get their star man back to his best ahead of next summer’s World Cup, supporters say they will protest on the streets of Santiago and call for his return to bachelorhood.A Facebook page organising the event has 55,000 members, with a further 13,000 who say they are “interested” in attending.“March for Alexis Sanchez to break up with Mayte Rodriguez and return to his best for the World Cup in Russia 2018,” the page reads. This is not the first Sanchez-related protest Chile fans have pledged to attend.More than 14,000 signed up for a march at the Emirates Stadium earlier this year demanding that the 28-year-old left Arsenal.last_img read more