SMC seeks to launch 800 MW of RE by MarchSAN Miguel Corp. (SMC) aims to launch nine months for now the first 800 megawatts (MW) of the 1,200 MW it plans to add to its renewable energy (RE) portfolio. On the sidelines of the listed conglomerate’s annual stockholders’ meeting on Tuesday, San Miguel President and Chief Operating Officer Ramon S. Ang said the figure represented the first phase of the total. It will come from a mix of solar, wind, and hydro energy. “This will help [address the lack of power]” in the country, he added, because we are always on “red alert and yellow alert.”San Miguel unveiled last week its plan to add 1,200 MW of RE facilities in its portfolio by 2024. According to Ang, 70 percent of these plants has started the ground works, while the equipment for their construction have been readied. The company is also processing applications to secure the necessary permits, such as environmental compliance certificates from the … [Read more...] about SMC seeks to launch 800 MW of RE by March
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Leyton Orient have announced the death of manager Justin Edinburgh at 49. In a statement, the club confirmed that Edinburgh had passed away on Saturday following a cardiac arrest suffered on Monday. “We are completely heartbroken by this tragedy," said Orient chairman Nigel Travis. “All our thoughts and love are with the Edinburgh family and we know from the messages that have flooded into the club over the last week that the wider football world will share our sentiments. “The success that Justin brought to Leyton Orient was incredible, but more importantly the impact he had on us all as a winner and a wonderful, inspirational human being will be his legacy and will stay with us forever.” This page is being updated … [Read more...] about Leyton Orient announce death of manager Justin Edinburgh at 49
Feature 31 // 31 Jan 2019, 20:02 IST SHARE There is this principle that we learn in management courses called the marginal utility principle. It states that the more you consume a good or a commodity, the satisfaction you obtain from the consumption of every additional unit decreases.While almost everything in life follows this principle, there are a few exceptions as well. And when I sat and pondered if anything or anyone from the field I love, 'sports' could probably defy this principle of management, the first name that came to my mind is Roger Federer.Now, to understand why this is true, we will have to first understand this- There are a few men in sport, and they are only a handful, who take sport watching to peaks not witnessed before.These are men who take you to places you have not been to, and make you gape at them time and again in awe. And, if there is one man from Tennis who has converted the Sport into an art form, then it has to be … [Read more...] about Why Roger Federer defies the Principle of Marginal Utility
Monday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” host Tucker Carlson opined about Department of Justice special counsel Robert Mueller and the extraordinary use of force to arrest Roger Stone, who was a focus of his probe.Carlson explained why such a use of force was counter to the American democratic system, and also noted that Mueller isn’t accountable to anyone to bolster his argument. “[The White House] doesn’t control Robert Mueller,” Carlson said. “Nobody controls Robert Mueller. Mueller can send armed men to roust you at gunpoint just because he feels like it. And there’s nothing you or anyone else can do about it. Mueller has an unlimited budget and no timetable. He doesn’t have to answer questions. He can do whatever he wants, whenever he wants to whomever he wants. He cannot be fired. Mueller is the single-most powerful person in America, and yet nobody voted for him. He is a living rebuke to the … [Read more...] about Tucker Carlson: Robert Mueller Is ‘a Living Rebuke to the Principles of Our Democratic System’
In her first game as a junior varsity basketball player last season, Amanda Merrell absorbed contact from an opponent and fell to the ground. The gym felt silent. Players on the opposing team, worried she was hurt, quickly helped her up. When Merrell fell again, they helped her up again. But after Merrell drained three straight baskets, no one from the other team came when she fell the next time. "When she fell the third time, a girl actually stepped over Amanda instead of helping her. It was so funny," said coach Kevin Jones of Huntingtown High School in Maryland. "They realized 'We're not going to help this girl anymore. She's good to go.' "From the waist up, she carries herself just like any of her teammates. Look down though, and it's easy to be amazed by the 16-year-old. When she shoots, instead of setting both feet like most players, she puts her right leg in front of her body and jumps only with that leg. When she runs, she kicks out her left leg sideways as if she's drawing … [Read more...] about She had her leg amputated and 14 rounds of chemo by age 3. Now she plays varsity basketball.