Israel to add 15GW of solar capacity by 2030 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享PV Magazine:Israel’s cabinet has approved a plan submitted by energy minister Yuval Steinitz to deploy around 15 GW more solar capacity to help raise the 2030 target for the proportion of national electricity drawn from renewables from 17% to 30%.An intermediate target of 20% has been set for 2025, and by the end of 2024 the overall target may be updated.“This decision will radically change the energy mix of the Israeli economy and position the country as one of the leading Western countries in solar energy production, at the expense of power plants operating on natural gas and diesel,” the Ministry of Energy stated.The plan will be financed through a slight increase in power tariffs, which the government estimates between 2 and 3%. “The plan will in the future lead to a reduction in energy costs, while promoting a reliable, efficient and sustainable energy economy,” it further explained.Israel had around 1.19 GW of solar capacity at the end of last year, according to International Renewable Energy Agency figures. Developers deployed around 120 MW of solar in Israel last year.[Emiliano Bellini]More: Israeli government greenlights plan to add 15 GW of solar by 2030
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York I’ve been busy. You think all I do is sit at my desk all day and scour the interwebs to find the types of awesomeness that I have already delivered to you on an e-platter for the past month?The answer is yes.But sometimes, I am very swamped with other work, and an unable to write about them.(And by very swamped with other work, I mean I forget.)Anyway, for this episode of The Buzz, I kinda cheated. It’s not that awesomazing. Some of you will think it’s stupid. But people who WOULD like it, but might not already know about it, they’ll love it.It’s like me introducing a great new thing to people who were previously unaware of it.Like chocolate.Or smallpox.So, do you know about Simon’s Cat?ParkerrDo you have a cat?If the answers to those questions are “No” and “Yes,” BUT IT MUST BE IN THAT ORDER, you’ll probably spend the next 1,228 minutes watching other videos in this series.(Sorry to the bosses of people-with-cats-who-didn’t-previously-know-about-Simon’s-Cat. They weren’t working anyway.)Here’s the newest Simon’s Cat. I can relate because DAMN YOU PARKERR!
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Matthew Abamu was the star player as he has a hand in all th three gold medals won by Nigeria prominent of which was the boys’ singles final of the second leg where he defeated fellow Nigerian Emmanuel Jebutu in the final. Jebutu also hit the spotlight by beating Egyptian top seed, Hussien El Taweel who won the first leg without dropping a set in the semifinal; the Lagos-based player sealing a 4-6, 6-3, 6-0 win.Saminu Abubakar from Abuja also paired Abamu to win both legs in the doubles to also help in Nigeria’s haul of five medals which was enough to beat the likes of Benin, Togo, Cote d’Ivoire, Senegal and Egypt to the top of the medals chart at the week-long tournament.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The 2017 ITF/CAT West and Central Africa 14&Under championship will serve off today at the National Stadium, Lagos with Nigeria as favourite to dominate the five-day team event.The tournament is the qualifiers for the CAT Zone 2 for the African Junior Championship slated for Casablanca, Morocco later this year.Aside Cote d’Ivoire, who withdrew at the weekend, only Ghana, Benin, and Togo registered for the tournament.“Registration has already closed by Sunday evening. Most of the countries did not register apparently because of funds because we expected late registration all through the weekend but we did not get any information from the other countries,” Nigeria Tennis Federation Secretary General, Maria Akande, who confirmed the arrival of Ghana and Togo on Monday, said.Meanwhile, Nigeria reaffirmed it’s supremacy in the West and Central region by topping the medals table at the ITF/CAT 14& Under Circuit which ended in Cotonou, Benin at the weekend.
12 Apr 2017 New President and Chairman for England Golf John Williams has taken office as the 2017 President of England Golf, while Nic Coward has become the organisation’s first independent Chairman. They both took up their new roles at today’s annual meeting of England Golf, held at its Woodhall Spa headquarters. John Williams (pictured top © Leaderboard Photography) succeeds Yorkshire’s Marian Rae. He is a member of The Gog Magog Golf Club and an active member of the Cambridgeshire Area Golf Union. John was part of the steering group which guided the merger of the English Golf Union (EGU) and the English Women’s Golf Association to create England Golf. He also played a key role in running national amateur golf championships, having been Chairman of the EGU’s Championship Committee and a referee for well over 10 years. John spent his business life as an industrial relations and management specialist, after studying at Cambridge University and being called to the Bar. He joined the conciliation service, ACAS, soon after its launch in the mid-1970s, when the country faced many industrial relations issues. After 11 years he formed his own consultancy and training business, from which he retired seven years ago. Nic Coward (pictured left) is the first independent Chairman of England Golf and takes over from Graham Yates of Somerset. He brings to the role the wide experience gained in a 20-year career at the top levels of British sport. For the past year he has been the independent chairman of the England Golf Partnership, whose key roles are being taken on by England Golf. Nic has been the general secretary of the Premier League, the chief executive of the British Horseracing Authority, joint chief executive of the Football Association and a director of Wembley Stadium. He has also been a non-executive director of the FA, was treasurer of the CCPR (now the Sport and Recreation Alliance) and first chair of the global Sports Rights Owners Coalition. He now consults to a number of sports and entertainment businesses in the UK and around the world, as well as non-executive roles away from sport. Alistair Booth and Doug Poole were elected as new England Golf Board members, while Ian Watkins of Gloucestershire and Les Wilson of Lancashire were re-elected. Alistair Booth is the executive chairman of Frilford Heath Golf Club, the president of the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire (BB&O) Golf Union and the independent chairman of the Greenkeepers Training Committee. Doug Poole has extensive interests within the golf industry which have included chairing the British Golf Industry Association for four years and taking on the current role of project director for National Golf Month. He is president of the Cambridgeshire Area Golf Union and plays at Brampton Park Golf Club.