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first_imgARENA backs world-leading solar plus wind plus storage project in QueenslandA world-leading project that will combine solar PV, wind energy and battery storage, and which could ultimately be one of the biggest power stations in Queensland, has received financial support from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency. October 14, 2016 Giles Parkinson Energy Storage Installations Markets Markets & Policy Share ARENA announced on Friday that the Kennedy Energy Park – being built by Australia’s Windlab and Japan’s Eurus Energy near Hughenden in north Queensland – will receive $18 million in “recoupable” grants to help fund the $120 million first stage of the project.That first stage will comprise 19.2MW of solar PV, 21.6MW of wind and 2MW/4MWh of battery storage. But over time, the project may expand to 600MW of solar PV and 600MW of wind energy, and more battery storage, and provide the equivalent of “baseload” power to north Queensland, enough to meet one fifth of Australia’s renewable energy target.It would also account for a sizeable piece of the new wind and solar projects required to meet the Queensland government’s own 50 per cent renewable energy target by 2030, which was outlined earlier this week.ARENA CEO Ivor Frischknecht described the project as “trailblazing” because of its ability to provide to dispatch reliable, affordable power and round-the-clock renewable energy.“Kennedy Energy Park will be the first time a combined large-scale solar, wind and battery installation has connected to Australia’s national electricity market,” Mr Frischknecht said.“Wind will generate power throughout the day and night, while solar ramps up during peak demand times when the sun is shining. Battery storage will smooth out power delivery from both sources, dispatching it when it’s needed most and increasing overall reliability.”He compared the facility to large coal-fired plants in Queensland like Tarong or Stanwell. Indeed, Some coalition politicians have pushed for a new coal fired power station in the area, but as we discussed earlier, this project is likely to remove any idea that a new coal generator would be a good idea.Numerous project in Australia are now combining wind and solar, and will also look at some form of storage. Solar and wind are being combined at Gullen Range and White Rock in NSW, while DP Energy is proposing a major wind and solar project near Port Augusta in South Australia.In addition, Conergy is proposing a solar and storage project in north Queensland, Lyon Solar is talking of a similar project in South Australia and there are numerous wind, solar and storage projects in off-grid locations such as King Island and Coober Pedy.In addition, Genex, which also received funding from ARENA for a 50MW solar plant in north Queensland, is looking at a combined solar and pumped hydro storage project, and Kennedy is also looking at combining pumped hydro.Frischknecht said “big Kennedy” – the combination of 600MW of solar and 600MW of wind – could meet most of Northern Australia’s growing demand for electricity and provide as much as 20 per cent of new build capacity for Australia’s 2020 renewable energy target.“If Windlab and Eurus can successfully integrate the first phase of Kennedy Energy Park into the network, it will provide a strong business case and greatly assist with securing capital, debt finance and approvals for the next phase,” he said.Windlab CEO Roger Price said the Kennedy site enjoys one of the best and largest wind resources in Australia and with one of the best solar resources. “They are highly consistent and complementary,” Price said in a statement.“Coupled with storage, Kennedy will demonstrate how Australia can exploit its wealth of natural resources to deliver sustainable, competitive energy supply for the future.”Eurus President and CEO Hideyuki Inazumi said Kennedy Energy Park was a cutting-edge utility-scale renewable project utilising wind, solar PV and battery storage in the context of Australia, but also in global markets.“We are excited about this opportunity and appreciate ARENA’s support for the successful deployment of the project,” Mr Inazumi said.The project is scheduled for completion in 2018. 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first_imgOn 1 May 2014 Statoil completed the farm down of 10% of its interest of 25.5% in the Shah Deniz Production Sharing Agreement and the South Caucasus Pipeline Company Limited to BP (3.33%) and SOCAR (6.67%).The consideration for the sale and transfer of these assets is USD 1.45 billion.The divestment that was announced in December 2013, is in line with Statoil’s strategy of portfolio optimisation based on rigid prioritisation of future investments, and capturing value created from a significant gas position.Statoil portfolio in Azerbaijan consists of 15.5% in the Shah Deniz (SD) project and the South Caucasus Pipeline (SCP), 8.56% in Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli (ACG) and 8.71% in Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) Pipeline.Statoil also holds 20% share in Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) AG which is developing the pipeline for transport of the Shah Deniz gas to European markets.Licensees in Shah Deniz: BP 28.8%, SOCAR 16.7%, Statoil 15.5%, Lukoil 10%, NICO 10%, Total 10% and TPAO 9%.Press Release, May 06, 2014; Image: BPlast_img read more

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first_imgAssistant Coach of the Windward Islands Volcanoes, Fernix Thomas, said the team is set to erupt today in their showdown against table toppers, Guyana Jaguars in the Cricket West Indies Regional Four-Day tournament. The two sides will clash in a fourth-round encounter at the Providence National Stadium from today and Thomas, the former Windwards fast bowler, attributes this confidence to the come-from-behind victory over Jamaica Scorpions in the previous round.They have now won two of their three matches, their only loss coming at the hands of the Jaguars in the first round.Thomas opined that the team is equally balanced but admitted that they have been dependent on their bowling as their strength. “We are an all-round team, basically we have been bowling out teams in the three matches we played. Our bowling is mainly our strength and our batting has shown once we put our heads down we can do the work.”Volcanoes’ ace bowler, Shane Shillingford is out of the match and Thomas said the loss was a big blow for his team. “Shillingford is this person who always give you his all and gets results, as you saw in Jamaica he was not there and the bowlers took 20 wickets so yes we are missing Shillingford and his absence is a great loss for us.” Volcanoes will be further depleted without Sunil Ambris who will be departing for the West Indies Board XI along with Vishaul Singh, Chandrapaul Hemraj and Raymon Reifer of the Jaguars.“The spirit is really high and that is what is expected when you come-from-behind and win a game on the road and once you winning on the road that adds the positive energy in the team,” he said.Looking at the first round the assistant coach stated: “We felt we should have beaten Guyana in the first round. We have worked on our mistakes and we continue to work had and see it as something we look forward to when playing Guyana a good challenge.” Jaguars is set to include Shimron Hetmyer and Keemo Paul in their side but Thomas brushed off any indication of Volcanoes seeing them as potential threats in the side.“Guyana has played without them and beaten almost everybody, they are good cricketers and they show that on the regional scene, we have a lot of respect for them, it’s always a good competition between the two teams and we expect that.”Thomas said the wicket is what is expected of a Guyana wicket. “Looks like a normal wicket that will spin suitably for [Veerasammy] Permaul, who we have respect for, but we know what we have and who plays the better cricket on the day.”last_img read more

first_imgRoughly an hour after losing outside linebacker Paul Kruger on Tuesday, the Ravens sustained their biggest free-agent loss of the offseason with inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe reaching an agreement with the Miami Dolphins.Deemed their top priority after quarterback Joe Flacco signed a six-year contract earlier this month, Ellerbe remained hopeful earlier in the day Tuesday that the sides would come to an agreement, but the 4 p.m. deadline passed without the Ravens inking the 27-year-old to a contract. According to Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com, the deal is worth $35 million over five years.Ellerbe told WNST.net that the Ravens’ best offer was only $4.5 million per season and roughly half the guaranteed money the Dolphins awarded him.Filling in for an injured Ray Lewis for a large portion of the season, Ellerbe made seven starts and played in 13 games, collecting 92 tackles and 4 1/2 sacks. The inside linebacker missed three games in early December due to an ankle injury but rebounded to serve as arguably the Ravens’ best defensive player en route to their Super Bowl XLVII win.Originally an undrafted free agent out of Georgia in 2009, Ellerbe missed 10 games over the last two seasons as his durability has come into question throughout his career. The talented linebacker also found himself in coach John Harbaugh’s doghouse earlier in his career as his conditioning and commitment to football came into question.However, Ellerbe appeared to have arrived in his fourth NFL season as he began the season playing in the nickel package before stepping into a starting role when Lewis sustained a torn right triceps on Oct. 14.The loss of Ellerbe leaves a major void at inside linebacker as the Ravens are already facing life without the retiring Ray Lewis in the middle of the defense. The organization will hope for the best with Jameel McClain — who suffered a season-ending spinal cord contusion in December — while also looking to free agency and the draft to find an impact player at the position. Former practice-squad member Josh Bynes will also be counted on to fill a larger role within the defense.After signing Ellerbe on Tuesday afternoon, the Dolphins released veteran inside linebacker Karlos Dansby, who could be a viable short-term option for the Ravens at a reasonable cost. WNST.net’s Ryan Chell contributed to this report.last_img read more

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first_imgThe Heat held a quick 2-0 lead against the third-place Bears before Alberta scored four times in 23 minutes to take control of the game, leading 4-2 at halftime.Stinson, working on a degree in Human Kinetics after transferring to UBCO following three seasons at U of C, assisted on a goal by Maddy Laranjo to give the Heat the two-goal advantage.“(Andrea) adds some experience to an otherwise fairly young squad,” Smith said.“Stinny plays in the heart of our midfield and brings a sense of energy and composure to our game model.”Wheeler, in her fourth year of a Arts Major, played with Stinson on Nelson Youth Soccer Rep teams as well as Kootenay Regional squads.“In addition to defending, Brittany provides consistent and accurate delivery of the ball to our attacking players when we are playing out of the back or attacking the goal,” Smith explained.Stinson and Wheeler are just a few Nelson Youth Soccer girls playing at the varsity level.At the University of Lethridge, three players are currently on the roster — defender Erica Augsten, forward Naomi Perkins and midfielder Tara Yowek.Lethbridge, 3-7-2 in the East Division of Canada West CIS, travels to BC to face Trinity Western and University of Fraser Valley.UBCO concludes the CIS regular season at home this weekend, hosing University of Saskatchewan Saturday and Regina Sunday.Both games are at Nonis Sports Field on the campus of UBCO.”Andrea Stinson and Brittany Wheeler are both key pieces to our 2016 Canada West Squad and are both incredible young women to work with,” the UBCO coaching staff said. Two Nelson Youth Soccer graduates have found their way back to their home province to play out their university careers.Brittany Wheeler and Andrea Stinson, teammates throughout youth soccer campaigns, landed on the roster of the University of Okanagan Heat after spending the early part of their respective CIS Women’s Soccer careers in Alberta.The two players transfered to UBCO after spending the early part of their university careers playing in Alberta — Stinson at the University of Calgary and Wheeler with University of Lethbridge.“It was identified in our first few days with the program that Andrea (Stinson) had a ton to offer and was without hesitation was brought on to help captain our team leading into the 2016 CIS season,” the Heat coaching staff said of the diminutive, but incredibly fast Stinson.As for Wheeler, a solid defender throughout her soccer career, the UBCO staff was happy to find an experienced player to solidify the Heat back line.“Brittany brings incredible spirit, heart and integrity to our program,” interim UBCO coach Craig Smith added when asked about 5’2″ Wheeler.“As a wide defender Britt continually stops the oppositions top attacking players with her dominating 1v1 defending ability.”The Heat, coming off a 5-2 loss Friday in Edmonton against the University of Alberta Bears and a 1-1 tie Sunday at home versus University of Northern BC Timberwolves, sit sixth in the West Division of the CIS with a 4-7-1 record as the season enters its final week of regular season play.last_img read more