In New Mexico, Diversification Through Solar FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Hannah Grover of the Farmington Daily Times:Solar energy is slowly gaining a foothold in San Juan County as local cities engage in renewable energy projects. From Bloomfield’s electric performance contract to Aztec’s solar field and Farmington’s community solar project, local governments are embracing renewable energy.The electric performance contract involved upgrading lighting on city of Bloomfield buildings such as the senior center and the municipal operations center. Solar panels also were installed on the Bloomfield parks department building, the municipal operations building, a fire station and the senior center.Teresa Brevik, the projects manager, said electricity is one of the larger recurring expenses for the city, and the lighting upgrades and solar panels are expected to save Bloomfield approximately $40,000 a year.Rodney Romero, the Farmington Electric Utility System director, said an increased portfolio of renewable energy is something customers have been demanding.In addition to local cities, the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority also has been investing in solar. On Saturday, members of the Navajo Nation Council attended a groundbreaking for the Kayenta solar facility, located on about 300 acres of land west of Kayenta, Ariz.The solar facility is the first large-scale solar farm in the Navajo Nation, according to a press release from Navajo Nation Office of the Speaker. It is expected to provide the utility with about 27.5 megawatts of energy after construction is completed by the end of the year.Solar projects add to energy diversity
Minister Puricelli emphasized that “our American continent, as it did two hundred years ago, has realized the necessity of its unity and integrity. Our continent is opening its eyes to the global significance of this South America, blessed by God with natural resources, with water, with protein, with energy, and with biodiversity,” and he added, “This has been clearly noted by the leaders who guide the region today, and also by our most recent presidents, one of whom was from my same province, filling me with pride that he attained the objectives he did. By Dialogo June 01, 2011 In addition, the minister recalled the progress achieved on the way toward recovering defense scientific and technological capacity: “We’ve recovered the Naval Industrial Complex and the Argentine Airplane Factory, which fills us with pride, because fifty years ago, it produced the planet’s third jet airplane.” Argentine Defense Minister Arturo Puricelli alluded to the administration’s commitment “to the recovery of the defense industry and defense technology” during the celebration of the 201st anniversary of the Argentine Army, at a ceremony held at the Military College of the Nation, in the locality of El Palomar. Puricelli noted the policies that the ministry is pursuing in order to expand and improve its equipment. “We are completing a cycle of capability planning within the framework of the Armed Forces Joint General Staff in order to define a suitable military force for the future,” he said, and he added, “That military force is going to determine that we should apply very significant resources to modernize the equipment that we have, but also to acquire new equipment that is equal to the capabilities of our military men.” This man was sent to say what he said, because the terrible defense situation has had enough. The ship named National Defense cannot have more holes. They have noticed it is something worth to invest on.
RelatedPosts Bayern Munich fans undergo Super Cup coronavirus tests Vidal lands in Milan to complete move from Barca to Inter Barca president Bartomeu says he won’t go to war anymore with Messi A fired-up Lionel Messi led Barcelona to a 3-1 win at home to Napoli on Saturday for a 4-2 aggregate victory, which took the club into the Champions League quarter-finals.It is Barcelona’s 13th consecutive time of reaching the last eight and they will face Bayern Munich in a mouth-watering clash in the Final Eight tournament in Lisbon next Friday. The Catalans had a shaky start, but took the lead in the 10th minute with a powerful header from a corner by Clement Lenglet, before Messi scored a superb second in the 23rd, seeing off four defenders to curl the ball into the far bottom corner.Messi had the ball in the net again soon after following a superb team move, but the goal was harshly ruled out for handball following a VAR review.Messi later won a penalty, which Luis Suarez converted for Barca’s third.Napoli got one back when Lorenzo Insigne converted a spot kick at the end of the first half and were the better side after the interval.Messi had sounded the alarm after Barca’s rusty performance in the 1-1 draw in the first leg back in February, saying they stood no chance of winning Europe’s top prize, which has eluded them since 2015, unless they improved. He would have been worried by Barca’s stuttering start which saw Napoli swarm all over the home side’s area and Dries Mertens clip the crossbar in the second minute with a scuffed shot.But Napoli’s slack defending allowed Lenglet to score with a free header which settled Barca’s nerves.Messi effectively killed the tie off with his goal and by winning the penalty by chasing down Kalidou Koulibaly in the area and earning a foul.However, the fact Napoli ended the game so well, with Hirving Lozano hitting the post and Arkadiusz Milik’s header ruled out for offside, added to the sense that Barca will struggle to beat Bayern.The German champions thrashed Chelsea 7-1 on aggregate. Reuters/NAN.Tags: Bayern MunichFC BarcelonaUEFA Champions League
Coach Florian Kohfeldt turned to the teenager, who has shined for Werder’s second team this term, in the 76th minute with his side 2-1 up at Weser-Stadion.And within two minutes Sargent was celebrating a dream Bundesliga debut after sealing all three points for his side.1 – With his very first touch in the #Bundesliga, @joshsargent scores his first Bundesliga goal. Joy. #SVWF95 pic.twitter.com/OvQlBrc1Gh— OptaFranz (@OptaFranz) December 7, 2018Davy Klaassen’s whipped cross found Martin Harnik and, although Michael Rensing blocked the effort, the goalkeeper’s intervention flung the ball into the air. Josh Sargent marked his Bundesliga debut for Werder Bremen in style — by scoring with his very first touch.The 18-year-old United States international was in Werder’s squad for the first time as it hosted Fortuna Dusseldorf on Friday. And Sargent was on hand to head the ball into the open goal from three yards out to open his account in the Bundesliga.beginners luck #werder #3points pic.twitter.com/G57NZVl6TL— Josh Sargent (@joshsargent) December 7, 2018Sargent, who made his United States debut in May, will look to follow in the footsteps of international teammate Christian Pulisic, who has helped Borussia Dortmund top the Bundesliga table.Pulisic, 20, is considered one of the hottest young talents in world football and has been linked with Premier League clubs Chelsea and Liverpool.
Related Articles The Brewers didn’t wait long to answer back with some runs in the bottom of the inning. The fans have made their voice heard tonight in Milwaukee. Manny Machado has heard his share of boos from the Milwaukee crowd tonight. Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start PreviousLos Angeles Dodgers third baseman David Freese (25) hits a home run during the first inning of Game 6 of the National League Championship Series baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Friday, Oct. 19, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)Milwaukee Brewers’ Wade Miley reacts after giving up a home run to Los Angeles Dodgers’ David Freese during the first inning of Game 6 of the National League Championship Series baseball game Friday, Oct. 19, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsLos Angeles Dodgers’ David Freese is congratulated after hitting a home run during the first inning of Game 6 of the National League Championship Series baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Friday, Oct. 19, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)Los Angeles Dodgers’ David Freese is congratulated after hitting a home run during the first inning of Game 6 of the National League Championship Series baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Friday, Oct. 19, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman David Freese (25) hits a home run during the first inning of Game 6 of the National League Championship Series baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Friday, Oct. 19, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman David Freese (25) hits a home run during the first inning of Game 6 of the National League Championship Series baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Friday, Oct. 19, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)NextShow Caption1 of 5Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman David Freese (25) hits a home run during the first inning of Game 6 of the National League Championship Series baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Friday, Oct. 19, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)ExpandFirst inning:David Freese and the Los Angeles Dodgers came out swinging against the Milwaukee Brewers in Game 6 of the NLCS.With a 3-2 lead in the series, Freese’s home run at Miller Park put the Dodgers up early with the intent of ending the series tonight. How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Fifth inning:Brian Dozier scored the Dodgers’ second run on a double by Freese. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
Note: For more news on the Pattaya Marathon wheelchair race. There were cheers from the home crowd in the half marathon as Thailand’s Nattawat Innum took first place and 10,000 baht in the men’s race in a time of 01:16:12 while Cynthia Chelangat from Kenya crossed the finish line first in the women’s event in 01:25:35.Rising from the day’s biggest field of competitors, Cherdchai Phootako from Thailand won the men’s quarter marathon with a time of 00:34:05 and Lodkeo Inthakoumman of neighbouring Laos was the female winner in 00:39:23.Chonburi Governor Pakarathorn Thienchai and a number of Pattaya City officials presided over the marathon’s opening ceremony while the event itself was once again well supported by large numbers of local residents who lined the route and cheered on the competitors.Hot work – this runner finds the best way to cool down.A runner thanks spectators for their support on his way around the marathon course.Athletes line up at the start for the quarter-marathon race. Pattaya Mayor, Pol. Maj. Gen. Anan Charoenchasri presents medals to the wheelchair competitors.It was not just the Pattaya Mail celebrating its birthday this past week but also the always eagerly anticipated and popular Pattaya Marathon that last Sunday marked its 27th edition since the first running of the event way back in 1991.Up to 10,000 road warriors, representing all age groups and levels off fitness, hit the city’s streets early Sunday morning, July 15, all with their own personal goals and targets in mind. As usual, there was a large contingent of foreign runners, both from the city’s own expat community but also those arriving specifically for the race. Representatives were seen flying the flag for Laos, China, Japan, Iran, Ethiopia and Kenya among others.Bernard Kiplangat Kibilo of Kenya crosses the finish line to win the men’s marathon, Sunday July 15.In order to cater to a wide range of athletic abilities, the event was split into several categories including a full marathon (42.195km), half marathon (21.100km), quarter marathon (10.550km), a 3.7km wheelchair race and 3.7km “fun run”. A prize fund totaling some 275,000 baht was available to the winning athletes.In the full marathon, the first runner across the line and taking the men’s overall title was Kenyan Bernard Kiplangat Kibilo in a time of 02:44:15, over a minute ahead of Thailand’s Natthawut Phrmphinan in second place. Taking out the women’s marathon title was another Africa runner, Abtew Wubhareg Ayalew from Ethiopia in a time of 03.19.36. Both marathon winners were award 25,000 baht each and presented with trophies for their efforts.
(On the next race): “When we talked about it at the beginning of the year, we said we’d go to the San Vicente and the Florida Derby because we liked the timing. I think Doug will change his mind a couple times between now and then, because there’s the temptation to stay home. We love Santa Anita. But we’ll see. We just want to take it in stride. It was a good first step.“The track was fast, and he ran like the track was fast. He’s just got that mindset that you’re not going to beat him.” NOTES: Winning owners Paul and Zillah Reddam reside in Irvine, CA. KENT DESORMEAUX, EXAGGERATOR, SECOND: “You’d have to break the track record to win the race, so that’s telling for both horses. They’re both very talented. I had a dream trip. The winner was too good.” JOCKEY QUOTES TRAINER QUOTES -more- KEITH DESORMEAUX, EXAGGERATOR, SECOND: “Goodness gracious. Anybody not a believer in Nyquist now, that was an awesome race, to set those kinds of fractions and still finish in close to track record time for a three-year-old in February. Wow! Hat’s off to Nyquist.” DOUG O’NEILL, NYQUIST, WINNER: “Everything went great, and for the race to go the way it did, I’m pumped and so proud of the whole team. Mario (Gutierrez) was great under pressure, which is what we need right now.“Exaggerator is a nice horse, and for him (Nyquist) to hold him off the way he did showed you how talented he is. There were some anxious moments when I saw the fractions, and you’re better off on the outside tracking than on the inside being tracked. The post (one) wasn’t an advantage at all and I think we got pushed by the bottom horse (Sheikh of Sheikhs) a little bit early. But Mario is smart. He knew what he had. I really was impressed with the gallop out. He galloped out great.”Next race? “I haven’t talked to Paul (Reddam). The original plan was the Florida Derby (April 2) and there’s a bonus involved, of course, so we’ll huddle up and play it by ear and do whatever is in the best interest of Nyquist for sure.” MARIO GUTIERREZ, NYQUIST, WINNER: “He hasn’t run since November (Oct. 31) so we know he was going to be rank but I also believe in his talent. I wanted to fight with him as little as possible today, let him do his thing and you saw the results.“I wasn’t worried about Exaggerator today. I can’t be worried about that, about other horses. I know my horse is talented enough to make it to the bigger races so if I’m worried about other horses now, this early, than that makes me sound like I don’t believe in my horse and I do.” 2/2/2/2 DENNIS O’NEILL, NYQUIST, WINNER: “It was scary, because I saw that horse pressing him, and 44 and change was a little spooky, and then eight and change, and you keep waiting for them to slow down off a layoff like that. To see him kick on and gallop out like that was really, really exciting. I don’t know how good this horse is now. I knew he was a good horse, but I thought today’s performance was amazing. We’re really excited moving forward. It’s a perfect prep. We have seven weeks (to the Florida Derby). We couldn’t ask for anything better.“The gallop out was scary, because it looked like Exaggerator had him. He made him run. He kept trying to get a breather, and he couldn’t get a breather the whole way. For a horse to do it is pretty exciting.” PAUL REDDAM, NYQUIST, WINNER: “That was what we anticipated. We knew Exaggerator was ready, and we knew we’d probably have to go.”(On not getting respect): “They can give him respect or not, but that’s not going to affect his performance on the racetrack. We try not to take any of that personally and if they want to say, ‘That was only seven-eighths – how’s he going to be at a mile and an eighth or a mile and a quarter?,’ We’ll let him tell us.” FLAVIEN PRAT, DENMAN’S CALL, THIRD: “We had a good trip, we were right behind Nyquist and Exaggerator. For a moment we were in the second spot and it was a good race.“It wasn’t a big win but we did something good today. He’s still very green but he’s a good horse.“I feel good about it; with these things you just get back to riding horses and gain the experience.” -30-
A Winnebago Nebraska tribal member has been convicted in federal court of five counts of sexual abuse of a child.The U.S. Attorney’s office says 50-year-old Cyrus A. Free was found guilty by a federal jury today of five separate counts including aggravated sexual abuse of a minor, abusive sexual contact of a child under the age of 12, sexual abuse of a minor between the ages of 12 and 16, and two counts of abusive sexual contact.Free faces a mandatory minimum of 30 years’ imprisonment on Count I and up to life in prison.The case was investigated by the Winnebago Tribal Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The twenty-third annual Queensland Secondary Schools Touch (QSST) State Championships will be conducted at the Gold Coast Touch Association’s Owen Park complex from 27 –29 April 2007.The championships, first conducted in 1985, feature all twelve education regions in Queensland competing for the State Championship title crown in Open Boys and Girls Divisions.The tournament has long been the breeding ground for future Queensland and Australian Open representative players and coaches with many of the sport’s biggest names cutting their teeth in the QSST representative arena before following the pathway from the school system into affiliated representative Touch Football.The Current Queensland and Australian Women’s and Men’s Open Captains Sharyn Williams (Met. East) and Gavin Shuker (Capricornia) and Australian Mixed Open Co-Captain Mary Steele (Met. East) all played for their regional district in their formative years before going on to captain their nation at the Federation of International Touch World Cup in Stellenbosch in January 2007.Fellow 2007 Australian World Cup players Roxy Winder, Amy Fong (South Coast), Kelly Woods (Metropolitan West), Peta and Hayley Rogerson (Sunshine Coast), Kelly Mc Gennitty (Northern), Phil Gyemore (Darling Downs), Jarrod Tump (Wide Bay) Ben Robinson (Met. East) Ash and Chris Farrow, and Ben Roberts (Sunshine Coast) are all products of the QSST system. Current National Youth Coaches Peter Bell (Met. East), Kathy O’Brien, and Karley Banks (Darling Downs), along with 2007 Australian Open Men’s Assistant Coach Peter Robinson (Wide Bay) honed their coaching skills on the QSST stage.In the 2007 Open Boys division, the crack Northern region combination will be gunning for a hat trick of championships, but is likely to face some tough opposition from a well-drilled Metropolitan West outfit and home town favourites South Coast.Defending champions Metropolitan East will go into the Open Girls section as warm favourites boasting a line-up that includes no less than eight current 18 Years or 15 Years Queensland representatives.The Metropolitan East side boasts 2007 Brisbane Cobras National Touch League Women’s Open winners Genevieve La Caze and Kelly Jones, as well as South Queensland Sharks Women’s Open pocket dynamo Kristy Brennan adding further thrust to a well-heeled combination that is sure to keep the scoreboard attendants busy on the weekend. The improving Sunshine Coast outfit, perennial big guns South Coast, and Metropolitan West, led by mercurial National Women’s 20s squad member and long ball queen, Ali Brigginshaw, are expected to provide tough opposition for the imposing Met. East team.Wide Bay, led by National 20 Years and Rustlers Women’s Open star Kirsty Beer is capable of making an impression on the competition as well.Students will be vying for selection in the QSST 18 Years Boys and Girls teams to compete in the Touch Football Australia 18 Years National Touch League to be held at Coffs Harbour from 17-22 September 2007.Australian National 18 Years Coaches Kathy O’Brien (Boys) and Peter Bell (Girls) will be on hand to cast an eye over prospective candidates in the TFA 18 Years National Youth Squads.Games commence at 9.40 am on Friday, continue on Saturday at 9.30am, with the final day commencing at 8.00am Sunday and Presentations and State Team announcements at 2.00pm.
TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Bayern Munich chief Salihamidzic confirms talks for Atletico Madrid defender Lucasby Carlos Volcano9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveBayern Munich chief Hasan Salihamidzic has confirmed interest in Atletico Madrid defender Lucas Hernandez.Bayern are prepared to meet Lucas’ buyout clause to the tune of €85m.However, Salihamidzic says any deal won’t happen until the end of the season.”We have already had conversations and there will be more,” he confirmed. “But him arriving in the winter is not realistic.”