Italy’s Enel to power Anglo American’s full renewable switch in Chile

first_imgItaly’s Enel to power Anglo American’s full renewable switch in Chile FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享PV Tech:A mining giant has turned to Enel to power its transition to a fully renewable energy supply in Chile, signing a deal set to kick in, in two years’ time.The developer announced this week its clean energy portfolio will provide Anglo American with up to 3TWh annually, starting in 2021 over a 10-year period.The energy will come from Enel’s existing renewable portfolio in Chile, developed through the Enel Generación Chile subsidiary.The deal will help green the energy footprint of the Chilean projects Anglo American owns interests in, including the Los Bronces, Collahuasi, El Soldado mines and the Chagres smelter.The mining group estimates the potential 3TWh a year in renewable supply will slash its overall Chilean CO2 emissions by 70%, equal to taking 270,000 cars off the road.According to Enel, the deal with Anglo American is the most sizeable such arrangement seen to date in Chile and the largest clean energy supply agreement the firm itself has ever entered.More: Enel plants to power Anglo American’s full renewable switch in Chilelast_img read more

Video: Fishing the South River SRA

first_imgFly fishing for brook, rainbow and brown trout on the South River Special Regulation Area outside of Waynesboro, Virginia.Read the full story here.Fishing the South River SRA from Summit Publishing on Vimeo.last_img

Governor Wolf Statement on Medical Marijuana Legalization

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter April 13, 2016 Governor Wolf Statement on Medical Marijuana Legalizationcenter_img Medical Marijuana,  Statement Harrisburg, PA – Governor Wolf released the following statement on the passage of SB3:“Today the House passed SB3, sending the medical marijuana legalization bill to my desk. I am proud and excited to sign this bill that will provide long overdue medical relief to patients and families who could benefit from this treatment. I applaud members of both parties in the House and Senate who have come together to help patients who have run out of medical options and want to thank the thousands of advocates who have fought tirelessly for this cause. I have met with patients and families, held roundtables, and urged action on this legislation since taking office, and it is encouraging that the hard work of these families has resulted in historic legislation.”Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolflast_img read more

Bolaji Sakin, Junior Ajayi move closer to CAF continental titles

first_img Promoted ContentPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyWhat Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Worst Things To Do To Your PhoneWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?The Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of ArtThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldTop 10 Most Famous Female Racers Of All Time7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better Loading… In the CAF Champions league, the first leg of the semifinals is scheduled for April 30th with the second leg billed for May 7th. Dolphins of Port Harcourt are the only Nigerian team to have made it to the finals of the CAF Confederation cup in the last 16 years. The team then had beaten FAR Rabat of Morocco by a lone goal at the Liberation Stadium, Port Harcourt in the first leg before losing 3-0 in the return leg decided at the Moulay Abdellah Stadium, Rabat in front of 52,000 spectators. Read AlsoGuinean club eliminate Enyimba out of CAF Confederation Cup Some sports fans who spoke to Sportinglife.ng over the weekend following the ouster of Enyimba said though the two time Champions league winners tried their best, there is need for Nigerian teams to take the Continental championships more seriously, noting that their preparations sometimes fall below par leading to poor performance. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Former Rivers United ace  and Horoya forward Bolaji Sakin and compatriot Junior Ajayi are moving closer to clinching CAF continental titles  despite the ouster of Nigerian teams in the CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup respectively. Bolaji on Sunday contributed to the 2-0 defeat and eventual sacking of Enyimba from the CAF Confederation Cup just as Junior Ajayi contributed in no small measure as Egyptian giants Al Ahly zoomed into the semifinals of the CAF Champions league in quest for their 9th title. Sakin will however need to overcome the challenge of Pyramids of Egypt in a two legged battle to embrace the finals of the Confederation Cup while Ajayi will equally pray to overcome the challenge of Morocan side Wydad Casablanca in another two legged affair to hit the finals of the Champions league. Junior Ajayi in action for Al Ahly as they zoomed into the semifinals of the CAF Champions league Both Nigerians judging from their performances so far appear bent on making it all the way.  The first leg of the semifinals of the Confederation cup will take place on May 2nd while the second leg is scheduled for May 9th.Advertisementlast_img read more

Bulldogs Sweep Greyhounds

first_imgThe Bulldogs Seventh grade basketball team picked up their third win of the season over the Brookville Greyhounds by a score of 50 to 19.Leading offensively for Batesville were Cole Werner and Eli Pierson who scored 16 and 13 respectively. Also adding some solid points was Travis Lecher with 7. Defensively, the team did a great job stealing the ball a total of 26 times and blocking 5 shots cleanly. Ian Powers also did a great job bringing down rebounds, he finished the game with 7.The 7th grade Dogs are now 3 and 1 on the season and will play next Monday at home against Connersville.Batesville 8th grade improved to 2-2 last night defeating Brookville 48-22 .After a slow start Batesville pulled away in the second half with outstanding defense and held Brookville scoreless in the 4th quarter.Cal Sherwood led the defense with 5 steals. Offensively we moved the ball well and ended the game with 13 assists. Leading scorers for the Bulldogs were Peetz-9, Moorman-8, Cornn 8, and Sherwood 7. Peters added 6, with Brewer and Barker adding 5 and 3 respectively. Siefert also added a bucket.BMS will be in action again next Monday against Connersville. Have a great Thanksgiving!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Ben Pierson.last_img read more

Wallace makes Inter loan move

first_img Mourinho’s former club Inter have taken up the option. An announcement on their official website, www.inter.it, read: “FC Internazionale welcomes Wallace Oliviera dos Santos to the club. “The paperwork on the Brazilian defender’s loan move to Inter from Chelsea has been completed and the documents submitted to the Lega Serie A.” Inter Milan have signed Chelsea right-back Wallace on a season-long loan, the Serie A side have announced. The 19-year-old made his senior debut at Fluminense and signed for Chelsea earlier this year before being loaned back to the Brazilian club. Wallace impressed on Chelsea’s pre-season tour to Asia but with chances of a work permit in England remote, Blues boss Jose Mourinho was keen to loan him out in Europe for further experience. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Other Sports Sourabh Verma Wins Vietnam Open BWF Tour Super 100 Badminton Tournament

first_imgHo Chi Minh: India’s Sourabh Verma registered a thrilling three-game win over China’s Sun Fei Xiang to claim the men’s singles title at the USD 75,000 Vietnam Open BWF Tour Super 100 badminton tournament in Ho Chi Minh City on Sunday. Second seed Sourabh, who has won the Hyderabad Open and Slovenian International earlier this year, recovered from a mid-game slump to beat Sun 21-12 17-21 21-14 in the summit clash which lasted an hour and 12 minutes.World no 38 Sourabh, who had won the National champion this year, will now play the USD 400,000 Korea Open World Tour Super 500 event to be held from September 24 to 29.  Sourabh dominated the proceedings in the opening game as he jumped to a 4-0 lead early on and kept moving ahead. He enjoyed a 11-4 cushion at the break and surged to a 15-4 advantage after the breather. Sun tried to recover but the gap was too wide to be bridged as Sourabh pocketed the first game comfortably.  The Chinese came out all guns blazing in the second game, zooming to a 8-0 lead. He lead 11-5 at the interval and even though the Indian tried to make a comeback, it proved an uphill task as Sun roared back into the contest.  Also Read | PV Sindhu Wants Deepika Padukone For Her Biopic, Says ‘She had played the game and is a good actor too’In the decider, Sun had a slender 4-2 lead initially but Sourabh ensured he enjoyed 11-7 advantage at the breather.Also Read | Unprecedented! For First Time, Nine Women Athletes Recommended For Padma AwardsThe Indian then maintained his lead, despite the Chinese snapping at his heels. Leading 17-14, Sourabh blasted off the next four points to shut the door on his opponent and win his third title of the year.  The 26-year-old from Madhya Pradesh had won the Dutch Open and Korea Open last year.  For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

Large contingent from Balram Auto Mechanics for Caribbean Invasion

first_imgA TOTAL of seven cars will unite this weekend under the Balram Auto Mechanics banner to defend Guyana’s turf as part of the Caribbean Invasion.Chronicle Sport caught up with the chief engineer of the team, Balram Ramdeo, who explained why several of the smaller competitors decided to join forces.“The guys thought it better to join forces together to get their cars done because we want to defend Guyana against the Surinamese.”He added, “I basically already look after most of the cars that will come under the team this weekend, so we thought it easy to just form our own little team.”He noted that the team has cars in the 12-, 13- and 14-second class including several Toyota Starlets.“Ideally, what we are hoping for is to pick up several trophies, come drags day, and ultimately to pick up as many trophies as we can.”Meanwhile, following Monday’s meeting at the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club’s Thomas Lands office, competitors were briefed on the fact that there is a strict safety policy in place.Competitors, they noted, who did not meet these safety measures would be barred from racing, they added.These include the use of helmets and boots and the banning of slippers for those competing.Those gathered were also told that there would be no late registration and that no registration would be done on race day.last_img read more

Home runs prove crucial against Ohio State

first_imgJacob Schwoerer / The Badger HeraldBig fly. Round-tripper. Salami. Tater. Those are just a few colorful synonyms for a home run, which played a big part in the Wisconsin softball team’s weekend sweep of Big Ten rival Ohio State at Goodman Diamond. Thanks to three timely home runs, the Badgers pulled off 7-6 and 3-1 wins Saturday – with the former coming in 10 innings – and a 4-2 win Sunday.With the sweep, the Badgers (33-9 overall, 10-5 Big Ten) moved into sole possession of third place in the Big Ten standings, and now sit only one win away from tying their season total from a year ago.After leading the final three and a half innings of the first game Saturday, the Buckeyes (27-17, 6-9) surrendered three runs to Wisconsin in the bottom of the seventh to send the game into extra innings. Then, in the bottom of the 10th, Wisconsin’s leading hitter stepped into the box just looking for a way to reach base.“Really, I was just in the zone in that at-bat. I wasn’t thinking about ending the game right away or anything like that. I just wanted to get on base and hopefully someone else could hit me in, so we could end that game,” junior right fielder Mary Massei said.But instead of reaching base, Massei drilled a shot over the centerfield fence to give the Badgers the come-from-behind victory.“Always having a walk-off hit is pretty exciting, but having it be a home run also–it’s amazing,” Massei said. Wisconsin’s long-ball prowess wasn’t the only aspect on display during the three games as the pitching staff, composed of senior Meghan McIntosh and junior Cassandra Darrah, put together three strong performances.Other than the fourth inning of the first game, in which Darrah gave up five runs, she and McIntosh combined to give up only two earned runs in the 23 other innings of work.Head coach Yvette Healy was impressed with her two pitchers’ resiliency during the course of the weekend, which included Darrah tossing 10 innings of six-hit ball in the first game.“They did a good job mixing speed, keeping them off balance, throwing both sides of the plate,” Healy said. “I think that was the number one thing that I saw that I think [pitching coach Tracie Adix] has really instilled in them. [Darrah and McIntosh] were just tough pitchers and even if there were errors behind them or any little adversity, the pitchers really muscled through, so I was really proud of that.”After the exciting finish in game one, McIntosh scattered six hits in the second game Saturday and struck out four to hold the Buckeyes to one unearned run. Her strong showing led Healy to go with her hot hand for start in the finale Sunday afternoon.Although Healy’s plan was to have both pitchers split the game, McIntosh came out strong and ended up completing all seven innings while yielding only four hits to Ohio State.Senior catcher Whitney Massey witnessed all three pitching performances from behind home plate, citing how McIntosh looked just as good Sunday, even though the Buckeyes had seen her in back-to-back games.“Actually, everything was working really well behind the plate today,” Massey said. “I think [the Buckeyes] were just a little bit more prepared. They just saw [McIntosh] in the second game last night. I think they were just ready to come out swinging. They didn’t want [us] to get the sweep.”Massey noted McIntosh was most effective in keeping OSU off balance when her changeup was finding the strike zone with consistency.Massey not only played a pivotal role behind the plate, but standing next to it as well. After Ohio State tied Sunday’s game in the top of the sixth inning, Massey was the one who promptly untied it in the bottom of the same inning.Earlier in the game, in the third inning, Massei had homered, which was the Badgers’ only run and hit in the game by the time the sixth inning rolled around. Massei came up second in the sixth and reached by way of a single, giving Wisconsin its second hit. Senior outfielder Kendall Grimm then walked, which set up Massey for what proved to be the game-winner. With one strike on her, Massey crushed a ball deep over the left field fence, emptying the bases and giving the Badgers a 4-1 lead.The Buckeyes would get one run back in the top of the seventh, but the home runs and dominating pitching by Wisconsin came together and solidified its first Big Ten sweep of the season.“Ohio State is just a phenomenal program in every sport, so if you can get wins against them, it’s a big deal. For us right now, the sweep was a nice boost,” Healy said.last_img read more

Ordega Plans Football Academy to Empower Young Girls

first_img‎Ordega, 24, who currently plays for Washington Spirit in the National Women’s League in the United States of America believes so much in the future of young girls in her community and charged them to remain focus.She maintained that they can achieve greatness in every area of their endeavor.The Falcons forward called on privileged Nigerians not to forget their roots and to always show love to those in need in order to give them a sense of belonging in the society.According to her the best way to show gratitude for what a society has given to any individual is to give back and added that for her she will continue to demonstrate such gesture.She urged the students ‎not to despair irrespective of the family they were born into as they cannot change that but can change their future for the better and stressed that they can make their state great through various means and capacity.“I conquered, you can conquer. I served my country by playing for the national team. You can serve our country by being the president, governor or something greater. I played international football for Nigeria. You can work in any multinational abroad if that is what you prefer with the right qualification. I made Benue proud, you can make Benue greater. Dream, have focus, pray and the sky will be your starting point,” Ordega noted in her message to the girls.‎At the orphanage home she also gave out food stuffs, beverages, toiletries, detergents ‎and other house hold items worth millions of naira to the inmates.“For me I think that it is important to show love to those who don’t have. People who have benefited immensely from our country should give back a little of what they have. It’s just like paying tithe.“I have been very fortunate to play football at the highest level for the country and beyond. I do not have all the money but the little I have, I think I can share with those who need it. That is the way to go and that is why I came here today to let these ones who may be feeling disillusioned because of their situation to look up and be happy.” She concluded.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Donates educational material to schools in Benue StateSuper Falcons’ Forward, Francesca Ordega, has disclosed that her pet project, The Francisca Mlumun Ordega Foundation will soon build a multi-million dollars female football academy in the country to take young hawkers off the streets to discover their talents in sports.Ordega stated this when she visited some schools and orphanage homes in her native town of Gboko, Benue State where she presented some educational materials like note books, dictionaries, pencils, pens, school bags and footballs to them.“My foundation wants to build a football academy to educate young girls, take them out of the street and give them a new lease of life. If I can get to where I am now, I am sure a lot of our girls can do same. So there is no need to wallow in self-pity,” stressed the senior national team player.last_img read more