Luka Doncic (Dallas Mavericks) with an assist vs the Orlando Magic, 03/01/2021
Luka Doncic (Dallas Mavericks) with an assist vs the Orlando Magic, 03/01/2021
Netflix has another new film to get stuck into, while Russell Crowe gets his crazy on in road rage thriller Unhinged.
Acquisition of Blue Yonder by Panasonic will combine IoT/edge & AI/ML solutions to deliver new cloud capabilities and create a more sustainable world.
Facing a rising wave of coronavirus, and record case numbers, India finds itself battling for breath.
'In more than 23 years of PMI history, we have only seen one spell of faster growth than this,' IHS Markit's Chris Williamson said.
More than 100 Europe-bound migrants are feared dead in a shipwreck off the Libyan Mediterranean coast, independent rescue groups said. Smugglers often pack desperate families into ill-equipped rubber boats that stall and founder along the perilous Central Mediterranean route.
The "Advanced Ceramics Market Research Report by Material, by Application - Global Forecast to 2025 - Cumulative Impact of COVID-19" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Industry and green groups in Australia called on Friday for the government to step up action to cut carbon emissions after it failed to match ambitious new targets pledged by the United States and others at U.S. President Joe Biden's climate summit. Australia is the highest per capita carbon emitter among the world's richest nations, yet Prime Minister Scott Morrison made no pledge at the summit on Thursday to hit net zero by 2050. Nor did Morrison proffer any change to Australia's commitment under the Paris Agreement to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 26% to 28% from 2005 levels by 2030, although speaking to media on Friday he left the door open to a new target.
Dublin, April 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Distributed Generation (DG) - Global Market Trajectory & Analytics" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The global market for Distributed Generation (DG) is projected to reach US$183.2 billion by 2025, driven by the growing focus shed on decarbonizing power generation and transmission. Ambitious clean energy targets aimed at increasing the share of renewables in the energy mix is also helping bring DG into the spotlight as the energy architecture of the future. Defined as energy generated close to the point of consumption by independent or grid connected microgrids, DG offers a host of benefits that promise to accelerate the pace of the global energy transition to a cleaner future. DG systems are rapidly proliferating the residential as well as commercial and industrial sectors in the form of solar photovoltaic panels, small wind turbines, natural-gas-fired fuel cells, emergency backup generators, municipal solid waste incineration, biomass combustion or cofiring and combined heat and power systems, among others. The rise of microgrids will emerge as a disruptive force breaking the once centralized electricity infrastructure into a more distributed system. Microgrids are localized groups of small, self-contained electricity grids with their own electricity source primarily renewables such as solar or wind. With deregulation of the electricity sector gaining momentum worldwide, alternatives to centrally planned power grids are emerging as attractive investments for private investors. An example is the growing interest in private microgrid implementation. Private deployment of microgrids is growing with companies building their own microgrids as power interruptions and blackouts become increasingly common and frequent as a result of extreme weather conditions compounded by aging energy infrastructure. Distributed energy has the potential to become consistently cheaper as compared to conventional power which is saddled by fixed costs of the massive centralized infrastructure. The price differentials, in the coming years, will result in increasing number of consumers migrating to alternative grids, leaving centralized utility grids to collapse under their own weight. The United States, China and Europe represent large markets worldwide with a combined share of 70.1% of the market. China also ranks as the fastest growing market with a CAGR of 11% over the analysis period as the country opens its electricity markets to competition and increased DR investments.Key Topics Covered: I. METHODOLOGYII. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY1. MARKET OVERVIEW Major Distributed Generation Technologies with Typical Installed Capacity RangeCategorization of Distributed Generation Technologies by Capacity InstallationsReciprocating EnginesFuel CellsSolar Photovoltaic (PV) SystemsDistributed Wind TurbinesGas TurbinesMicroturbinesMicrohydroelectric GeneratorsDistributed Power Generation: A Game Changer for the Electric Power IndustrySolar Photovoltaic Technology Leading the Growth RunCommercial Segment: A High Growth End Use MarketEurope: The Largest Regional MarketWhile Developed Regions Remain Primary Revenue Contributors, Developing Regions Exhibit Fast Paced GrowthMyriad Benefits of Distributed Generation Drives Widespread AdoptionMajor Factors Driving Deployment of Distributed Generation in Developed and Developing EconomiesEnvironmental BenefitsUtility BenefitsReliability and Energy Security BenefitsGrid Expansion and Equipment BenefitsFavorable Government Regulations and Policies: Critical for Market PenetrationDomestic Targets for Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Select Regions/CountriesGlobal Economic OutlookReciprocating Combustion Engines (RCEs): The largest SegmentDistributed Solar: The High Growth SegmentDistributed Wind Power Becoming a More Accessible Option for Farmers in the USGrowing Interest in Distributed Fuel Cell Generation Systems to Benefit Stationary Fuel CellsSOFCs: Ideal for Distributed Power GenerationGrowing Prominence of Distributed Power Generation Benefits Market Prospects for Combustion TurbinesDistributed Power Technologies: Brief Details on Power Technology, Size Range, Power Efficiency Range, Fuel Options and ApplicationsMicro Turbines Witness Increasing Deployment in Distributed Energy Generation 2. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS ABB LimitedAES Distributed EnergyAmeresco, Inc.Ansaldo Energia S.p.A.Bergey WindPower CompanyBloom Energy CorporationCanadian Solar Inc.Capstone Turbine CorporationCaterpillar, Inc.Clarke EnergyCummins, Inc.E.ON SEFlex Energy SolutionsFuelCell Energy, Inc.GE PowerHuawei Technologies Co., Ltd.Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.Schneider ElectricSiemens AGSMA Solar Technology AGVestas Wind Systems A/SWArtsilA CorporationXZERES Wind Corp. 3. MARKET TRENDS & DRIVERS Robust Demand for Electricity Closer to the Point of Consumption Drives Proliferation of DG TechnologiesInefficiencies in Traditional Power Generation Model: Foundation for Market GrowthHigh DG Penetration in the Long Run to Lead to Utility Companies' 'Death Spiral'Growing Focus on Renewable Energy: A Strong Growth DriverLeading Wind Power Countries Worldwide (2018): Ranking Based on Key Wind Power FactsSmart Grids to Complement Integration of DG Resources in Electric Utility NetworkInnovative Application of Smart Grid in Enabling Energy SecurityDistributed Generation: A Key Enabler of Smart CitiesMicrogrids and Distributed Generation Transform Electricity Management ForeverDG Prosumers Continue to Depend on Utility Grids, EquiTable Cost Sharing a Major PriorityVirtual Power Plants (VPPs): The DG Technology with Tremendous Growth PotentialAffordable, Efficient Energy Storage Technologies to Magnify the Disruptive Effect of DGCommercialization of Stationary Fuel Cells to Revolutionize DG MarketSolar PV Attains Grid Parity: A Major Milestone for DGSurging Demand from Telecom Network Operators Augurs Well for the DG MarketFavorable Demographic and Urbanization Trends Strengthens Market ProspectsRapid Urbanization: A Mega Growth Driver for Distributed GenerationKey Challenges Hampering Large Scale Deployment of Distributed GenerationTechnical BarriersLower Energy-Efficiency, Higher Costs of DG Equipment 4. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVEIII. MARKET ANALYSIS IV. COMPETITION Total Companies Profiled: 52 For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/lb1562 CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager email@example.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
Quantum-Si Incorporated, a pioneer in next-generation semiconductor chip-based proteomics, announced today the appointment of Claudia Napal Drayton as Chief Financial Officer.
The stars all carry the Italian fashion house’s handbags as they appear in comedy sketches opposite host Corden on the chat show called ‘Beloved’.
The treatment of these soldiers, who served in Africa, Asia and the Middle East, contrasts with that of the men and women who died in Europe. It also violates the principle that all war dead should be remembered in the same way because they all made the same enormous sacrifice.
Sterling rebounded on Friday from a sharp fall on Thursday after strong retail sales data which showed Britain's economy might already be recovering from its worst annual contraction in 300 years. British retail sales rocketed last month as consumers prepared for a partial lifting of coronavirus lockdown restrictions, according to official data which also showed record peacetime government borrowing. Sales volumes leapt by 5.4% in March from February, the Office for National Statistics said, with clothing stores benefiting especially.
Greta Thunberg has changed her Twitter description to “bunny hugger” in response to Boris Johnson's comments at the Earth Day leaders summit. Addressing the summit, the Mr Johnson said climate action was not an “expensive, politically correct, green act of bunny hugging” but could deliver green jobs and growth, and the world could build back better from the pandemic by building back greener. “Let’s use this extraordinary moment and the incredible technology that we’re working on to make this decade the moment of decisive change in the fight against climate change and let’s do it together,” he urged.
The "Global Thermoplastic Elastomers Industrial Markets" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Hero Electronix’s portfolio company Tessolve raises US $40 million from Singapore-based Novo Tellus.
A deluge of new orders swept through British businesses in April as the country lifted some of its COVID-19 restrictions, according to a survey on Friday that pointed to a rapid rebound for the pandemic-hit UK economy. The preliminary "flash" reading of the UK Composite Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) rose to 60.0 in April from 56.4 in March, its highest reading since November 2013. Both services and manufacturing companies increased staffing this month in preparation, the PMI survey showed.
Republicans want Black people to disappear. Sports leagues can help stop them. I know from personal experience that protest has its costs. But by banding together we can stop those who would subvert democracy
Speed, strength and smarts: why Kyle Pitts is a near perfect NFL prospectThe Florida tight end’s physical talents are off the charts. But his style of play also complements the tactical changes of the modern NFL Kyle Pitts can block as well as acting as a threat in the passing game. Photograph: Getty Images
Greg Parsons is set to relive his mother's murder once again on Friday, in a parole hearing for convicted murderer Brian Doyle.(Sherry Vivian/CBC) The COVID-19 pandemic has stressed the justice system with delays and cancellations, and in some cases causing grief for people seeking justice but can't get to court because of public health restriations. Greg Parsons is set to relive his mother's murder once again on Friday, in a parole hearing for convicted murderer Brian Doyle. "It's been very difficult. I've been dealing with this now for 31 years. It does have an accumulative effect. Every year it gets harder," Parsons told CBC News on Thursday. "There has been some things that arose over the past couple of years, so if I have an opportunity to give an impact statement I'm going to take it. As I stated before, I'm never going to stop fighting for justice for my mom." In 1994 Parsons was wrongly convicted of the murder of his mother Catherine Carroll, on New Year's Day three years earlier. DNA evidence cleared his name in 1998. Last year Parsons intended to fly to British Columbia to face Doyle at a hearing to determine if he should be granted day parole. Because of COVID-19 restrictions he couldn't be there. Instead, Parsons sent along a victim impact statement. Last April, Doyle was granted day parole, 18 years after being convicted of murdering his best friend's mother. On Friday Doyle will face another parole hearing after serving 18 years of a life sentence. Doyle, seen in this photo from 2002, was convicted of a lesser charge of second-degree murder in the death of Catherine Carroll, 45.(CBC) "The reason I'm going through it is because there was never any justice here in Newfoundland. My mother was robbed of justice," said Parsons, who will be providing a victim impact statement virtually this year. "He skated through the system, and for a good part of his sentence, seven years, he ended up in the William Head Institution. Basically that's a minimum security institution, one fence with an open gate. He had his own apartment. It's scandalous to know that he spent seven years there basically because my mom was robbed by the justice system." Parsons said he also felt robbed he couldn't be there in person for Doyle's day parole hearing to speak on behalf of his mother. He said it's scary, the fact that Doyle can walk the streets, and is frustrated by the lack of punishment for the crime. But Friday's hearing is a mystery to him. Parsons said he doesn't know why it's going ahead, but was contacted about three weeks ago by the parole board, saying they had concerns about Doyle. He said Doyle claims to have been in a relationship with Carroll, whom Doyle stabbed 53 times, and the parole board is trying to verify the claims. Parsons calls it an indignity to his mother and added the claims are untrue. "This is another day parole hearing. I don't know what their concerns are, but I put the evidence to the parole board," he said. "I want to make sure they have all the facts in front of them. They need to know the facts of this case when they're dealing with this monster and they have to do their due diligence and make sure that the community is safe." Read more from CBC Newfoundland and Labrador
Russia's rouble rose on Friday before a widely expected interest rate move as tensions with Ukraine de-escalated, while most emerging-market currencies fell but were set for a third week of gains on continued dollar weakness. It had jumped 1.6% on Thursday after Russia said it was withdrawing troops from near the border with Ukraine, apparently calling an end to a military buildup that had alarmed the West. Russian stocks fell 0.3%.