RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR BRICS Low carbon, solar future could increase jobs in the future – SAPVIA South African state-owned utility, Eskom, is proposing that its consumers pay 19.9% more for their power from 1 April 2018.In addition, the proposal seeks 27.3% more from municipalities for bulk electricity purchases from July 1 2018.Having set sights on a confidential document, Moneyweb reported that the proposed tariff hike was disclosed in a confidential draft tariff application for 2018/19 that Eskom submitted for comment to National Treasury and local government association Salga.“Eskom is expected to incorporate the comments from National Treasury and Salga before submitting its application to energy regulator Nersa in the coming week. Public consultations will be held before Nersa decides on the increase,” Moneyweb reported.Tariff hike implemented for Eskom consumersThis follows the National Energy Regulator of South Africa’s (Nersa’s) decision of an average 2.2% tariff hike for the 2017/18 financial year.In a statement on Monday, the parastatal noted that the increase was effective for Eskom customers from 1 April 2017.Municipal customers will be liable for this payment effective 1 July 2017.Eskom chief financial officer Anoj Singh says: “The previous multi-year decision made by Nersa for the period 1 April 2013 to 31 March 2018 comes to an end on 31 March 2018; therefore, there is a need for Eskom to make the next application.“Nersa has approved that Eskom can make a revenue application for a single financial year – the 2018/19 year.” Read more… AFD and Eskom commit to a competitive electricity sector Previous articleLake Turkana turbines to remain inactive until 2018Next articleUganda: Land acquisition disputes cause project delays 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. Generation Finance and Policy UNDP China, CCIEE launch report to facilitate low-carbon development
(NDTV Gadgets) Sampai saat ini sebanyak 200 stasiun kereta api di India memiliki area publik free WiFi dari Google dan direncanakan untuk diperluas ke berbagai kota di seluruh India. Vice President of Product Management Next Billion User (NBU) di Google, Caesar Sengupta mengegaskan keberhasilan program WiFi publik yang mulai di uji coba pada Januari tahun 2016 lalu.Baca juga: “Jemput Bola,” Google Edukasi Warga Sheffield Dengan Bus PintarKabarPenumpang.com melansir dari laman gadgets.ndtv.com (5/12/2017), Sengupta mengungkapkan bahwa ada lebih dari 7,5 juta pengguna yang memanfaatkan akses internet berkecepatan tinggi ini melalui Google Station di India. Program ini sebenarnya sudah ada di 227 stasiun di India dan akan menambah 22 stasiun lagi bulan Desember ini. Saat ini raksasa pencarian tersebut akan menambah hingga 400 stasiun untuk tahun depan yang perencanaanya sudah dimulai sejak tahun 2016. “Google Station membantu menghubungkan lebih banyak orang dengan internet yang terjangkau dan dapat diandalkan lewat hotspot. Tempat sehari-hari di mana Anda pergi untuk mendapatkan internet berkualitas tinggi untuk men-download video dan aplikasi, apa pun yang Anda pilih untuk dilakukan. Bahkan dengan kemajuan luar biasa dalam memperluas mobile Internet di India, kami masih menemukan bahwa WiFi publik tetap merupakan langkah penting dalam mendapatkan internet terjangkau berkualitas tinggi bagi semua orang,” kata Sengupta.Dia menambahkan, saat ini Google Station juga berkembang di luar stasiun kereta api dan ada di kota-kota serta negara-negara lain salah satunya Indonesia. Google diketahui meluncurkan 53 Google Station pada bulan September lalu yang awalnya direncanakan untuk meningkatkan jaringan WiFi publik menjadi 100 stasiun pada 2016.Selain stasiun kereta api, Google saat ini berencana untuk mengaktifkan WiFi publik berkecepatan tinggi melalui Google Stationnya yang tersebar di India. Diketahui, raksasa pencarian ini ingin membuat akses internet di berbagai kota cerdas India dan juga sedang menyiapkan perluasan jaringannya ke institusi pendidikan dan universitas di masa depan.Google saat ini bekerja sama dengan perusahaan RailTel Corporation untuk menyediakan akses Internet cepat di perangkat seluler melalui Google Station. Namun, dengan perluasan program tersebut, tim pimpinan Sundar Pichai juga berencana untuk mengikat ISP baru.Baca juga: Setelah India, Google Station Siap Tebar Free WiFi Gratis di IndonesiaPada bulan Agustus, Google Station memasuki Indonesia untuk membantu memperbaiki akses internet di stasiun kereta api lokal. Google bermitra dengan CBN dan Fiberstar untuk menghadirkan WiFi publik berkecepatan tinggi bagi pengguna Indonesia.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Related400 Spot WiFi Gratis “Google Station” Telah Terpasang di India11/06/2018In “Darat”Setelah India, Google Station Siap Tebar Free WiFi Gratis di Indonesia04/09/2017In “Bandara”Di India, Layanan WiFi Gratis di Kereta Juga Dapat Dinikmati oleh Warga Sekitar30/04/2018In “Darat”
The second qualifier for the HSI Foal Championship will take place at Roscommon Agricultural Show on Saturday 17th August. The HSI Foal Regional qualifiers have separate sections for potential showjumping foals and potential eventing foals.The Championship has a prize fund of almost €24,000.The aim is to identify, evaluate and reward breeders who have bred a foal that has the potential to be competitive at the highest level in the disciplines of showjumping or eventing.CLICK HERE for the HSI Foal Qualifier at Roscommon Agricultural Show Startlist Tags: 14 August 2019, 15:35 HSI Foal Qualifier Startlist – Roscommon Agricultural Show (Region 5) Home » Breeding News » HSI Foal Qualifier Startlist – Roscommon Agricultural Show (Region 5)
Liverpool FC in agency dispute over £15m BetVictor sponsorship June 9, 2020 StumbleUpon Share Submit SBC Awards: The key to an effective submission August 28, 2020 MansionBet adds Bristol City to sponsorship portfolio August 20, 2020 Share Throughout the month of March, we will be announcing a new Betting on Football Conference (#BOFCON) speaker every day.Shaun Simmonds has been in the sports betting industry for 4 years having started out as a freelance sportswriter and staff copywriter for Panbet.He is currently Head of Sponsorship for Marathonbet and will be returning to Betting on Football for the third time, and the second time as a speaker in April 2016.______________________Which Football club do you support?West Ham United.How do you judge their season so far?Fantastic. Us fans got our man in Slaven Bilic and he has brought in some great players this season. On his day, Dimitri Payet would get into any side – plus he is a real crowd pleaser. We seem to have built on the foundations that Sam Allardyce left behind and the West Ham way has been reborn ahead of the club’s move to the Olympic Stadium.How does your role with Marathonbet involve you in both Betting and Football?I work on the brand’s partnerships with Manchester United, Liverpool FC, Hibernian, Tottenham Hotspur, Derby County and Middlesbrough and have previously worked with Fulham, West Ham United and Dynamo Kiev.Why did you want to speak at Betting on Football 2016?I was on a panel at the event last year and found it very useful to hear what my peers are doing. It’s also a great platform to showcase the great work that my team is doing within sponsorship. It’s a good opportunity to network too – last year I was lucky enough to catch up with a lot of familiar faces.What will you be discussing on your panel session?I’ll be discussing how sponsorship can be used as an effective vehicle for increased brand exposure and growth. In such a competitive industry, challenger brands can use sponsorship as a catalyst for accelerated growth on a global scale. I’ll be discussing how we have used our assets to smash our KPIs – paying particular attention to the UK.What are you most excited about ahead of the conference?Having seen the line-up, I’m particularly looking forward to the content marketing and football discussion. This is an area that is integral to our club partnerships and we have a few really engaging pieces coming out soon, so it would be good to get some insight and a few pointers from the experts.______________________To learn more about club partnerships and activation post Euro 2016, register for Betting on Football!The conference is on Thursday 21st April at Stamford Bridge, and tickets are available for just £400 (+VAT). Click on the button below to register today! Related Articles
By RUSSELL BENNETT IT’S safe to say Saturday was a big one in the D’Rozario household. Dad Shane and son…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
Team Whitewater did not look out of place at the 19th annual Whistler Cup held recently in the picturesque B.C. Ski City. The event has grown to become the largest and most important ski race in North America, and internationally, for athletes aged 11 – 14 years. It is held under the auspice of FIS, the international governing body for alpine skiing. With hundreds of young athletes from 25 countries, the Whistler Cup brings together children from many different cultures around the world. Whitewater coach Dylan Henderson was very pleased with the results of the local team saying, “we went there wanting to finish higher than our start number and we did.” Staff and management at Mallard’s Source for Sports would like to salute the squad with Team of the Week. Henderson (far right) is pictured with Linnea Sharelove (far left), Reece Walsh and Harper Henderson.
Renney had also been courted by the San Jose Sharks of the NHL but signed a three-year deal with Detroit.The Red Wings had a spot open on their staff when Jeff Blashill was named head coach of their American Hockey League affiliate, the Grand Rapids Griffins.Before arriving in Edmonton, the 57-year-old Cranbrook native was let go from the Rangers in February 2009 after 61 games, following three full seasons and 20 games in another when he took over from Glen Sather, who remained as general manager.Renney was also release from Vancouver in 1997-98 after his first full season with the club.Renney got his start in hockey in the KIJHL. He won the league championship as skipper of the Columbia Valley Rockies before moving to coaching in the Western Hockey League and winning a Memorial Cup with Kamloops Blazers.In two season with the Blazers Renney compiled a 101-37-6 record for a .714 winning percentage, which ranks as the all-time highest winning mark in CHL history.Before coaching in the NHL, Renney guided Canada to a silver medal at the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway.Renney and wife Glenda own a summer home near Nelson on the North Shore overlooking Kootenay Lake. It’s didn’t take former Kootenay International Junior Hockey League coach Tom Renney to find a job back in the pros.The Columbia Valley Rockies skipper, who took the one proud franchise to a KIJHL title, accepted an offer earlier this week with the Detroit Red Wings as associate coach.Renney fell out of favour with his last team, Edmonton Oilers, which elected not to re-sign the coach after his third season with the NHL club.Instead, the Oilers decided to go with Renney’s right-hand man, Ralph Krueger, into the head coaching post.Ironically it was Renney who cohersed Krueger to join the Oilers from Europe.
The Vernon Panthers shot 36 percent from the field to defeat the L.V. Rogers Bombers 65-40 in consolation round action at the BC High School AAA Boy’s Basketball Tournament Thursday at the Events Centre in Langley.Ben Hladik scored a game high 18 points in a contest the Panthers took control early, building a 22-10 lead after one quarter. The Bombers played Vernon close through the next 20 minutes of play but the Panthers put the game away by outscoring LVR 22-10 in the final period.Josh Matosevic scored 11 points to lead the Bomber attack with Robbie Dixon and Darian Johnson each adding eight points.Vinnie Watson had six points and Eamon Studer five.LVR shot 23 percent from the field and struggled from the three-point line, finishing the game with a six percent average.The Bombers now meet Mark Isfeld of Courtney Friday at 6:45 p.m.LVR lost the opener of the tournament 68-36 to top-ranked Sir Charles Tupper Tigers of Vancouver.
Corofin’s record in Connacht Club Finals: Pld 13 Won 8 Lost 51977 St Marys (Sligo) 4-6 Corofin 1-91991 Corofin 2-5 Clan na nGael (Roscommon) 0-91995 Corofin 2-11 St Marys (Leitrim) 0-101997 Corofin 2-10 Allen Gaels (Leitrim) 0-112000 Crossmolina (Mayo) 1-10 Corofin 0-52006 St Brigids (Roscommon) 1-10 Corofin 3-32008 Corofin 0-11 Eastern Harps (Sligo) 0-62009 Corofin 2-14 Charlestown (Mayo) 0-72011 St Brigids (Roscommon) 0-11 Corofin 0-102014 Corofin 2-13 Ballintubber (Mayo) 1-72015 Castlebar (Mayo) 2-10 Corofin 0-112016 Corofin 2-13 St Brigids (Roscommon) 0-52017 Corofin 2-13 Castlebar (Mayo) 1-12 AET Audio Playerhttps://galwaybayfmsports.podbean.com/mf/play/6zzgnj/Kevin_O_BRIEN_pre_Connacht_Final.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Corofin go in search of a first ever provincial 3 in a row this Sunday in MacHale Park (2pm) when they take on a Ballintubber outfit going in search of their first ever Connacht title. The sides last meeting came in 2014 when Corofin were far too strong at the same venue, winning by 9 points on their way to claiming the All Ireland club title the following March, while the only other Corofin-Ballintubber clash came in the 2011 semi final when the Galway champions squeezed home by 1-11 to 2-7 in a game also played in Castlebar. Ahead of Sunday’s game Corofin manager Kevin O’Brien has been telling Kevin O’Dwyer that his sides huge semi final win over Clan na nGael will have little bearing this Sunday…
With just over a month before 39 members of Transplant Team Irelanddepart for the World Transplant Games, they gathered at ALSAA Sports ComplexDublin airport on Sunday, 7th July for a motivational talk by internationalPara athlete Mary Fitzgerald. Ranging in age from 16 to 81, the team of 29 menand 10 women have all undergone organ transplants including 1 heart, 1 lung, 5liver, 1 bone marrow and 31 kidney. The largest ever Irish Transplant Teamtravelling abroad, they will be among 2000 participants from over 60 countrieswho will take part in the World Transplant Games 2019 in Newcastle Gateshead,UK next month (17-24 August). A Galway woman living and working in Australia will represent Ireland at the World Transplant Games next month. Sinead McGowan from Renmore in Galway underwent a kidney transplant in October 2009. Her brother Seamus washer donor. Some photos are attached of Sinead taken at the previous biennial World Transplant Games when they were held in Malaga and where she won a Silver medal for the 5K road race event. Nineteen-year-old Mary Fitzgerald, Irish Paralympics Team, fromKilkenny, took time to demonstrate to the Transplant Team her mighty throwingprowess, which has earned her numerous international accolades, despite heryoung age, for Discus, Shot Putt and Javelin. Her determination and hard workhave earned her a place on the Irish Para Athletics Team and she hopes toqualify for the World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai in November and theParalympics in Tokyo, Japan in 2020.Mary, who is studying Occupational Therapy at University College Cork,said, “I would like to express mydelight to meet athletes from Transplant Team Ireland. They have all facedhealth challenges with uncertain futures. Sport has a huge part to play in ourwellbeing and it unites people. Transplant Team Ireland shares my excitement,pride and heartfelt honour to be able to represent our country. Theinspirational men and women on the team demonstrate the immeasurable benefitsof sport and showcase the importance of organ donation to the general public.The World Transplant Games celebrate the power of sport and the gift of life.” The Irish Kidney Association is responsible for Ireland’s involvement inthe Games and the National Projects Manager Colin White (fromBalbriggan, Dublin) is the team manager. Speaking about the Games, hesaid, “I am excited about the diverse nature of thisyear’s squad who will represent Ireland at the World Transplant Games 2019. We cover a wide range of sports and have avariety of levels of experience too. Our 5 competitors over the age of 70 are afantastic example to us all in that sport can, and should, be a life-longhabit. Each competitor is an ambassador in their own right and collectively theteam sends out a wonderfully uplifting message about how life can bepost-transplant”.Newly elected National Honorary Chairman of the IrishKidney Association Colin MacKenzie (from Portmarnock, Dublin) said, “the Irish Kidney Association is delighted to show its support for the Federation of Irish Sport’s 20×20 initiative (www.20×20.ie) which isaimed at promoting the profile and involvement of women in sport. We are committedto increasing the profile of women involved in our sports programme through ourwebsite and social media channels. With our hosting of next year’s EuropeanTransplant & Dialysis Sports Championships in Dublin next summer whilst ourprimary goal is to promotethe importance and success of organ donation for transplantation, we will alsobe sending out a rallyingcall to increase the number of women on our national sports team”.Athletes will compete in their respective age categories in the followingevents: badminton, cycling, darts, golf, petanque, squash, swimming, tabletennis, ten pin bowling, tennis, mini-marathon, and track and field.This year the team hasgratefully received support from Swim Ireland, Athletics Ireland and IrishSquash. The on-going coaching support from Swim Ireland has been particularlywelcomed. Astellas Pharma Ltd. has again provided some sponsorship towards thecosts of running the team.For more information onWorld Transplant Games and the Irish athletes visit the Irish team blog www.transplantteamireland.ie Visit the Gameswebsite www.worldtransplantgames.orgTHE FULLIRISH PANEL IS AS FOLLOWS…ANTRIM: John McAleer, Newtownabbey (kidney) (oldestmember of the team)CAVAN: Aodhagan Cullen, Cavan (kidney)CLARE: Marie O’Connor, Lahinch (kidney)CORK: Mike Keohane, Rosscarbery (Liver), Charlie Ryan, Cobh (Liver), Michael Kiely, Mitcheltown,on the Limerick border(Kidney); Pat O’Sullivan, Mallow (Kidney), Michael O’Shea, Mallow (Heart).DONEGAL: Kieran Murray, Ramelton (Kidney)GALWAY: Sinead McGowan, Renmore (living inAustralia) (Kidney).KERRY: Anna Pokojska, Killarney via Poland Did theRing of Kerry Cycle previous day (Kidney).KILDARE: James Nolan, Kilcullen, International awardwinning butcher – underwent a living donor kidney transplant 32 yearsago (Kidney).KILKENNY VIALIMERICK: Emma O’Sullivan (Kidney).LIMERICK viaUK: Trevor Lynch,Cappamore, (Bone Marrow).LOUTH: Tommy Marrett, Ardee(Kidney).MAYO viaUK: Julie O’Neill,Westport- Award winning businesswoman, underwent living donortransplant from brother 37 years ago (Kidney);MEATH: Tony Gavigan, Navan & native of LONGFORD fatherof deceased donor (kidney),Jerome Lyness, Navan,(Kidney),Rachel Eagleton, Bettystown – youngestfemale on the team (33) (Kidney), Jack O’Brien, Navan, – youngest member of the team (16) (kidney).MONAGHAN: Tomas Flannery, Tandarageebane (Lung).TIPPERARY: Orla Hogan, Nenagh (Kidney); Sheila Gregan, Nenagh(Kidney);WATERFORD viaDublin: Eoin Hurley(age 25, Geneticsstudent at TCD)(Kidney).WESTMEATH: Finian Farrell, Mullingar (Kidney), NoelMarsden, Athlone (Kidney), John Connell, Mullingar, living in SouthAfrica (Kidney).WICKLOW: Garry Campbell, Greystones (kidney), PhilipKavanagh, Arklow (Liver).DUBLIN: Ron Grainger, Castleknock, D.15 (Kidney). HarryWard, Team Captain, Baldoyle, D.13 (Kidney), Paul Prendergast,Santry, D.9 (Kidney), Anthony Byrne, Artane (Kidney), Peter Heffernan, Skerries(Kidney), Leonard Ryan, Tallaght (Kidney), Aoife Murray, Clonsilla, (Liver),Michael Dwyer, Cabinteely (Kidney),Deirdre Faul, Dalkey (Liver), JohnMoran, Glasnevin, celebrating 34th anniversary ofliving donor transplant from brother (Kidney).TEAM MANAGER, Colin White from Balbriggan, DublinFororgan donor cards Freetext DONOR to 50050 or visit website www.ikw.ie/get-a-donor-card Youcan also download the IKA’s digital organ donor to yoursmartphone. Your wishes to be an organ donor can also beincluded on the new format driving licence which is indicated on the back ofthe card by Code 115. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email