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Hanwha Q CELLS supplies 4.5 MW project in FranceFrench renewable energy group VSB has tapped Hanwha Q CELLS modules for its solar farm in southeastern France, saying their reliability as well as Hanwha Q CELLS’ carbon certificate were decisive factors. September 24, 2013 Edgar Meza Manufacturing Markets Markets & Policy Share Hanwha Q CELLS is partnering with French group VSB énergies nouvelles on a 4.5 MW project in southeastern France.Hanwha Q CELLS, based in Thalheim, Germany, supplied 17,352 Q PRO-G2 260 Wp modules for the solar parl, located in the commune of Mazaugues, part of the Var department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region.VSB oversaw the planning and installation of the recently completed 4.5 MW project. While VSB said it chose Q CELLS panels due to their high quality and reliability, Hanwha Q CELLS also holds a Carbon Footprint certificate for France, also an important factor for VSB and the French market as a whole. Carbon Footprint certificates are a mandatory requirement to participate in French tenders for solar plants larger than 250 kW.”VSB trusts Q CELLS solar modules, said VSB President Emmanuel Macqueron. “They are produced in Europe and have for us the important carbon certificate, which allows our customers to benefit from the feed-in tariff. 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Low carbon, solar future could increase jobs in the future – SAPVIA BRICS Previous articleWind and Solar Project Funding Opportunities in AfricaNext articleNigeria: NESI provides updated generation figures Ashley TheronAshley Theron-Ord is based in Cape Town, South Africa at Clarion Events-Africa. She is the Senior Content Producer across media brands including ESI Africa, Smart Energy International, Power Engineering International and Mining Review Africa. UNDP China, CCIEE launch report to facilitate low-carbon development AFD and Eskom commit to a competitive electricity sector Comments are closed. Kenya’s Rural Electrification Authority (REA) said this week that it will invest $2.1 billion in the country’s electricity supply network over the next five years.Kenya to expand accessAccording to REA Chairman, Simon Gicharu, the money has been earmarked to develop sufficient infrastructure that will connect all the public facilities such as churches, health centres, trading centres, mosques and public primary schools, Xinhua News reported.Xinhua News added that the connection initiative will extend to include tea buying centres, coffee, factories and processing plants, police posts, water project and boreholes, secondary schools, institutions of higher learning, and vocational training centres.“The plan focuses more on the use of renewable energy for provision of electricity to areas that are far away from the national grid. This is expected to enhance industrialization and emergence of cottage industries,” Gicharu said during the 2016/17 -2020/2021 strategic plan in Nairobi.Gicharu added that since 2006, the energy authority, through its electricity connection programmes, has bumped up access from 30% in 2006 to 70% in 2016.REA to drive renewables“The 2016/17-2020/2021 strategic plan targets to electrify the remaining public facilities and households within their vicinity by June 2018 and then focus on households,” he added.Media reported that currently 3,787 public facilities in off-grid areas, of which 629 are trading centres, are not electrified.The authority is working to reduce this figure and connect these facilities to renewable sources of power through the development of around 450 renewable energy mini-grids.“The balance of the trading centres and other public facilities will be electrified through interconnection of the existing diesel mini grids and the national grid,”Xinhua News reported.Within the total grid network, the 24,536 unconnected public facilities will be electrified through extension of the grid. Finance and Policy RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Generation
We all live in this sophisticated world between sophisticated people.It becomes difficult for me to understand the meaning of simple life and luxurious life. And I am endeavouring to understand both of these. I guess I come in the middle of these and that’s why I have been called as middle class but this is ineffectual things for me. And now to live with sophisticated views is the new discovery of mine. Yeah, because it’s the only thing remain in life is your own “views” on which you believe.In today’s generation, looking beautiful from the outer body has become the most prominent part of our life. Yeah, that’s important but not much. As there is saying that “looks don’t matter” and I have a strong belief on this and the perception which I follow. Be the significant person in your life so that you could compel yourself to make your bright future.I am a software engineer as I cannot work for a long period in any companies so I chose to become a teacher because doing the only household chores was not enough for me. I am the same person who takes care of the child and family because my strength is my family. We should be self-motivated. Self-motivation enhances your inner spirit. It gets the audacity to make our life autonomous and because of that, your inner spirit contrives to your curiosity of being yourself. After some time I get the inspiration of writing blogs from my friends which is now the passion of my life.After writing my first blog I published in TIMES OF INDIA in readers’ blog and it took a day to review my blog by TOI editors. Eventually, my blog got published and my happiness was like the top of the world. From that day I haven’t stopped writing. I read the newspaper daily to improve my vocabulary. Also, it helps to enhance your knowledge skills. It helps me to frame my content. I started reading blogs of some famous bloggers that help me to builds the idea to publish my blogs. I started experimenting with a different style of writing. Seek feedback on my writing and learn from that feedback. Try to make note of new words and use it consciously but in the right context. Try to get your work published that will give you confidence. Do believe in your ability to write. The better you proofread, the more you will get published.Take active steps to turn your dream into realities and this is what I did.Soon, you will be energized and see new possibilities. You will be able to counter adversities and develop talents unique to you. Your relationship will improve, both at work and in your personal life.Attitude is everything in life. Change your attitude, change your life.“The road to a happier, more successful life starts with your attitude and your attitude is within your control” – said by Jeff Keller, motivational speaker and coach.So my first blog was “Celebration of life under COVID 19” which is based on my life. I have mentioned topics like healthy lifestyle, hobbies, and lockdown with kids, cultivating positive outlooks and many more.After writing 2-3 blogs based on me, I realized that writing about good things you do every day and things you like about yourself and things you want to inculcate in your life and constantly reminding oneself to their achievements and goals keeps one motivated and this makes wonder for your self-esteem.Praise and victory are the biggest sources of a confidence boost. You can achieve anything you want with the help of planning and mindset. Mindset matters. Accomplishing something will make your confidence and respect yourself. Confident people do not seek approval from others. You can be a winner but remember that overconfidence should not take place.You can become the most praised, well respected and loved.So start praising yourself, respecting yourself and loving yourself.Start execution of your dream which is inside you.Always remember that you are awesome.
Position Summary:The University of Alaska Southeast seeks an enthusiastic writinginstructor to serve as a Term Assistant Professor of English. Thisis a nine-month position covered by a collective bargainingagreement.Duties: This is bi-partite position; the successful candidatewill be responsible for teaching approximately 12-15 hours persemester in essential undergraduate writing composition courses, aswell as conducting some appropriate university service. The lengthof the term (non-tenure track) appointment is one year, beginningin August 2021 and ending in May 2022, with the possibility ofrenewal.The Department openly embraces diversity and inclusivity, andseeks candidates who will create a climate that attracts studentsof all races, gender, classes, sexualities, nationalities,religions, and abilities. The University of Alaska Southeast is anAA/EEO employer committed to building a diverse workforce.As a public, regional, comprehensive university, UAS iscommitted to building a culturally diverse and inclusiveorganization and strongly encourages women, minorities, individualswith disabilities, and veterans to apply. All interestedpersons should apply online.Located on the ancestral homeland of the Tlingit, Haida andTsimshian peoples, the University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) isfully committed to advancing the education and research aspirationsof Indigenous peoples and is committed to ongoing work towarddecolonization. These efforts are reflected in our UAS programs andformal community partnerships across our three campuses andthroughout all of Southeast Alaska. KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES:Ability to teach writing to students from a wide variety ofbackgrounds.Experience working with developmental writing students.Experience teaching first- and second-year students from a widediversity of backgrounds.REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCEMinimum: Master’s degree or higher in English or closely relatedfield. At least one year’s experience teaching writingcourses at the college level.Preferred: Terminal degree (PhD preferred) in Rhetoric andComposition, or more broadly in the humanities, sciences, or socialsciences. We invite applicants with terminal degrees and expertisein teaching writing and communication within any field.*To be eligible for this position, applicants must be legallyauthorized for unrestricted employment in the United States. Nowork visas will be sponsored for this position.APPLICATION PROCEDURES:Initial review of applicants will begin on April 5, 2021. To ensure consideration, please apply by 11:55 PM Alaska Timeon April 4, 2021. This position is open until filled.Please include the following with your application: Curriculumvitae, cover letter, statement of teaching philosophy, unofficialtranscripts, and the names and contact information for threeprofessional references. Official transcripts will be required uponhire. Uploaded application documents must be viewable, and notpassword protected, in order to allow for processing. Term Position: This position is term-funded and isreviewed annually for contract renewal at the University’sdiscretion.UNAC Term-Funded Faculty (F9)Union Representation: This position isrepresented by United Academics (UNAC).Reasonable AccommodationStatement:The University of Alaska (UA) is responsible forproviding reasonable accommodations to individuals withdisabilities throughout the applicant screening process. If youneed assistance in completing this application or during any phaseof the interview process, please contact UA Human Resources byphone at 907-450-8200.Affirmative Action Statement:UA is an AA/EO employer and educational institutionand prohibits illegal discrimination against anyindividual: www.alaska.edu/nondiscriminationBackground Check:The successful applicant is required to complete abackground check. Any offer of employment is contingent on thebackground check.Public Disclosure Statement:Your application for employment with the University ofAlaska is subject to public disclosure under the Alaska PublicRecords Act.University of Alaska is a Drug-FreeWorkplace. University of Alaska campuses are Tobacco-Free.Training Policy:It is the policy of the University of Alaska (UA) thatall employees are required to complete training to meet therequirements of the positions they hold, and to complete therequired training within a specified period to remain employed atthe UA.Contact Information:If you have any questions regarding this position,please contact University of Alaska HR at 907-450-8200.
Posting Text Open Until FilledYes Work Hours Minimum Qualifications Supervisory Relationships Accept ReferencesNo Responsibilities for these adjunct faculty positions include coursepreparation, teaching, grading, and being available to students whohave questions or require assistance. The Biology department willprovide support and models for course materials if requested. 1. An earned master’s degree in Biology2. Ability to collaborate effectively with faculty, staff andstudents.3. Commitment to excellence in teaching with a commitment tocreating an inclusive learning environment for a diverse studentbody. Maximum Requests0 Posting Date04/19/2021 Perform other duties as assigned. Employee is subject to indoor work, protected from weatherconditions. • Experience in college-level teaching with teaching online aplus Posting NumberF00108P Last Day a Reference Provider Can Submit Reference Please provide 3 references, including name, phone number andemail. This may be included in applicant’s optional “other”document.Elmhurst University is a leading institution of higher educationthat seamlessly blends liberal learning and professionalpreparation to help students reach their full potential. ElmhurstUniversity offers more than 70 undergraduate majors, 15 graduateprograms, degree-completion programs for busy adults, and theacclaimed Elmhurst Learning and Success Academy for young adultswith developmental disabilities. Elmhurst University is one of theTop 10 Colleges in the Midwest, according to U.S. News & WorldReport; and U.S. News, Money and Forbes magazines consistently rankElmhurst as one of the Midwest’s best values in highereducation.Recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce is a criticalcomponent of the University’s mission, vision and core values. Ourcommitment stems from the belief that an institution of higherlearning is enriched by the presence of diversity. ElmhurstUniversity is an EO Employer. Elmhurst University prohibitsdiscrimination and harassment of any type and affords equalemployment opportunities to employees and applicants without regardto race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation,religion, age, creed, ancestry, veteran status, marital status,disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. Reporting Relationship(s)Department Chair Essential Functions Working Conditions/Physical Requirements Special Instructions to Applicants Position Status Other Duties and Responsibilities The Biology Department at Elmhurst University in the greaterChicago area invites applications to join the pool of part-time(adjunct) faculty for the 2021 Fall term to teach Biologycourses.BIO 100Principles of Biology, a course designed for non-science majors.These courses sections that are currently unstaffed are scheduledfor Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:30-11:35 am with anaccompanying lab on Monday from 1-3:30 or Tuesday and Thursday from9:50-11:30 am with an online lab and another class scheduled tomeet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 – 9:50 pm. In both cases thelabs are overseen and graded by the faculty member. Lectures willcover similar content to General Biology I and II, but at a depthsuitable for non-majors.BIO 107Teach one each of a lecture and lab section of Anatomy &Physiology I, a course designed for pre-health professionals. Thecourse sections that are currently unstaffed are scheduled forTuesday and Thursday from 9:50-11:30 am with a lab on eitherWednesday or Thursday afternoon from 1-3:30 pm. In both cases thelabs are overseen and graded by the faculty member.BIO 108Teach one each of a lecture and lab section of Anatomy &Physiology II, a course designed for pre-health professionals. Thecourse section that is currently unstaffed is scheduled for Mondayand Wednesday from 2:50-6:20 pm and includes the laboratorycomponent. Both the lecture and lab are overseen and graded by thefaculty member. Direct Link to this Postinghttps://elmhurst.simplehire.com/postings/1312 Minimum Requests0 Reference Letters Job Summary Special Instructions to Reference Provider Closing Date Preferred Qualifications Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsCurriculum VitaeCover LetterUnofficial Transcripts 1Optional DocumentsOther DocumentResumeLetter of InterestSupplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsGerman Cup trpophy is in hands of THW Kiel. The “Zebras” obviously were more prepared for the big final derby against SG Flensburg 29:23 (13:12) after semi-final day in Hamburg, where 13.200 watched in each days watched TOP handball.This is 10th Cup trophy for the most dominant German team.THW Kiel: Landin (1.-60., 14/1 saves), Wolff (1 save); Duvnjak (7), Toft Hansen, Weinhold, (1), Dissinger (n.e.), Wiencek (4), Ekberg (5/2), Dahmke (3), Brozovic, Vujin (4), Bilyk (3), Nilsson, Santos (1); Trainer: Gislason ShareTweetShareShareEmail SG Flensburg-Handewitt: Andersson (1.-45., 6 saves), Möller (45.-60., 3 saves); Karlsson, Eggert (2/2), Glandorf (4), Mogensen (1), Svan (3), Jakobsson, Heinl (1), Toft Hansen (2), Lauge (4), Mahé (5), Gottfridsson; Trainer: Vranje Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Related Items: Click to comment
HC Meshkov Brest: Pesic, Matskevich – Kankaras 1, Kulak, Panic 7, Shkurinsky 3, Yrynok 1, Obradovic, Accambray 3, Shumak 1, Baranau, Razgor, Selviasiuk, Djukic 8 (5), Vailupau, Malus 3 SEHA TOP 8: PPD Zagreb win in Presov, Meshkov with only +2 to Ukraine Related Items:seha gazprom league Telekom Veszprém: Sterbik, Cupara – Manaskov 4, Yahia 3, Moraes 2, Tonnesen 4, Gajic 1, Nilsson 2, Marguc, Lauge 6, Strlek, Terzic, Blagotinsek 1, Nenadic 3, Lékai 2, BorozanRK Vojvodina beat RK Nexe 29:23, while RK Vardar Skopje had routine 60 minutes against Beijing Sports University 37:23. Telekom Veszprem directly to SEHA Final4 – RK Vojvodina won’t travel to Hungary SEHA Final4: Veszprem domination in All Star team – Coralles is MVP ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsSEHA Gazprom League 2019/2020 has opened doors for another interesting season ahead.Telekom Veszprem won in away match against Meshkov Brest 28:27 (16:14).HC Meshkov Brest – Telekom Veszprém 27:28 (14:16) ShareTweetShareShareEmail Recommended for you RK PPD Zagreb have won in Sabac against RK Metaloplastika 28:25. Click to comment Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, will also make the trip in their roles as White House policy advisers. Also On POLITICO Trump urges Kosovo to seize chance for peace with Serbia By Andrew Gray Trump launches unprecedented reelection machine By Alex Isenstadt Trump used his highly anticipated first appearance last year at the annual gathering of business and political elites to defend his “America First” policies and urge foreigners to invest in the United States.But in the 12 months since that visit, Trump has roiled international trade relations by slapping tariffs on steel and aluminum from around the world in the name of national security. He has also levied tariffs on $250 billion worth of Chinese goods.The annual meeting could give Trump a chance to hobnob with other world leaders, many of whom attended the recent G-20 leaders meeting in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping held a high-profile dinner there and agreed to a 90-day truce in their bilateral trade war to try to reach a negotiated settlement.Xi attended the Davos summit in January 2017, where he made a vigorous defense for free trade that was a stark contrast to the protectionist rhetoric of the newly installed U.S. president.Xi skipped the 2018 Davos meeting and it’s not clear whether he will attend next year. The dates of the 2019 Davos meeting, Jan. 22-25, will mark about two-thirds of the way through the 90-day U.S.-China cease-fire.Labor Secretary Alex Acosta, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and SBA Administrator Linda McMahon will also attend the forum. President Donald Trump will return to the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in late January, along with a large delegation of his top officials, the White House announced today.”The president will attend, as he did last year,” White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters.Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will formally lead the U.S. delegation, which will include Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, Sanders said.
The Disco Biscuits are showing their Vermont love.The band, which previously announced a performance at UVM on April 25th, has now announced an accompanying late night set at Higher Ground in Burlington, VT. The second show will commence at 11 PM, with tickets on sale this Friday, April 17th, at 11 AM Eastern.For those itching to hear some live Biscuits music, fear not, for the band will be performing and livestreaming from Colorado starting tomorrow night, April 15th, and including their highly-anticipated show with Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on April 17th.More information: The Disco Biscuits Announce Webcasts for Colorado Shows