Seawind Systems and Enzen Global have formed a partnership through which Enzen will contribute to funding and resourcing Seawind’s hurricane proof, 2-bladed offshore wind technology. The partnership is expected to help Seawind accelerate commercialisation of their technology globally, including the development of the 6.2MW demo wind turbine. “This is a key milestone for our company as we move from proof of concept to commercialisation of our revolutionary 2-bladed offshore wind energy systems,” said Martin Jakubowski, Founder & CEO of Seawind.The company will reveal the details of the investment and outline its strategic plans at the Offshore Wind Energy 2017 in London where the 2-bladed offshore wind system will be presented through a 3-D video.
Located some 23 kilometres off the coast of Zeeland in the Netherlands, the 752 MW Borssele 1 + 2 wind farm will feature 94 Siemens Gamesa 8 MW wind turbines installed on monopile foundations. DEME Offshore’s jack-up Innovation is currently installing the foundations at the site, while Van Oord is installing the inter-array cables. Source: Port Esbjerg DEME Group’s installation vessel Sea Challenger has started loading the first wind turbine components for the Borssele 1 + 2 offshore wind farm at the Port of Esbjerg in Denmark. The wind farm will be connected to the Borssele Alpha offshore converter platform. Owned and developed by Ørsted, the wind farm is scheduled to be completed by the end of the year.
EntertainmentLocalNews ‘Make a memory, come dance with us’ World Creole Music Festival 2011 officially launched by: – July 14, 2011 Share 46 Views one comment Sharing is caring! Tweet World Creole Music Festival 2011.The Dominica Festivals Commission has announced the official line-up of the 15th Annual World Creole Music Festival carded for the 28th – 30th of October, 2011.The event was officially launched at the Krazy Koconuts this evening with the tag line, “Make a memory, come dance with us!”The lineup for night 1 Friday 28th October is as follows; Cool Bass, Ali Campbell and UB40, Jeff Joseph and Grammacks Fame, and WCK.Night 2, Saturday 29th October is as follows: Kassav, Third World, Carimi and Midnight Groovers.Night 3 Sunday 30th October is as follows: Swinging Stars, Gyptian, Bunji Garlyn & Faye-Ann Lyons, Alex Catherine, Jocelyne and Triple K GlobalMeantime Colin Piper, the Chairman of the Dominica Festivals Committee says staging the festival has been a challenge over the years.He reported that the only profitable years were 1998 when the event made $60,000 and1999 when it made $500,00.Dominica Vibes News Share Share
Alliurbanozo and Urbanozo were nabbedfor selling suspected illegal drugs to an undercover officer around 5 p.m. onNov. 20, the report added. Their motorcycle was impounded, too. The suspects were detained in thelockup cell of the Ilog municipal police station, facing charges for violationof Republic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002./PN BACOLOD City – Two persons werearrested in a buy-bust operation in Barangay 2, Ilog, Negros Occidental. Twelve sachets of suspected shabuvalued at around P20,000 were seized from 29-year-old Paul Alliurbanozo, and35-year-old resident John Mark Urbanozo, a police report showed.
“I know it was bad for him, but it made me happy,” Garnhart said in Hoker Trucking / C&W Trucking/Kam Koncepts Victory Circle. “Car ran great and I can’t thank everyone enough that works on this and supports us.” DUBUQUE, Iowa (June 9) – Bryce Garnhart thought he would settle for second. Ron Klein had a similar misfortune to Moyer in the Eichmann’s Bar and Grill IMCA Late Model 25-lap finale. Klein got caught up with a lapped car about halfway through, breaking the front end. Jeff Tharp inherited the lead on the restart and blasted to the win. Garnhart beat Timmy Current off the restart on the top groove and sped to the win. Hometown driver Austin Moyer helped lead the field to John Ryan’s green flag and quickly opened a large advantage. With a straightaway lead over Garnhart, who clawed from sixth in a competitive 22-car field, Moyer jumped the turn two cushion and banged the wall, ending his night on lap 19. By Rob Hinckley Miles got that spot when top two drivers Rusty Deshaw and Tyler Soppe battled off turn two, collided and went head on into the backstretch wall. Deshaw’s ride ended upside down. He was not hurt, but both cars were done. The defending track champion put the pedal down on the restart and cruised to the 25-lap Smokey Rupp Memorial Merfeld Brothers IMCA Modified win Sunday at Dubuque Speedway. The $1,000 victory put him on the ballot for the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational. Jerry Miles launched on a restart and won the Peosta Warehousing Logistics IMCA SportMod 15-lap feature. Then the yellow light flashed in front of him due to the leader crashing.
Wheeling a home-built car, Kendall swapped the second with, and then had the former tour champion close behind as he pursued O’Neill. Blees ended in fourth, Kelsie Foley fifth. Zevenbergen caught Eric Mahlik on the way to collecting his second straight tour checkers of 2020. Matt Speckman would end in second, Mahlik in third. Modifieds – 1. Jake O’Neil; 2. Billy Kendall III; 3. Jeff Taylor; 4. Jacob Bleess; 5. Kelsie Foley; 6. Jason Wolla; 7. Austin Arneson; 8. Alex Stanford; 9. Casey Arneson; 10. Tanner Black; 11. Ricky Thornton Jr.; 12. Collen Winebarger; 13. Eddie Belec; 14. Grey Ferrando; 15. Shawn Strand; 16. John Corell; 17. Travis Hagen; 18. Spencer Wilson; 19. Zachary Madrid; 20. Robert Hellebust; 21. Marcus Tomlinson; 22. Justin O’Brien; 23. Greg Gustus; 24. Quentin Kinzley; 25. Jason Grimes; 26. Shane DeVolder; 27. Tripp Gaylord; 28. Travis Olheiser; 29. Brad Hartigan. Stock Cars – 1. Elijah Zevenbergen; 2. Matt Speckman; 3. Eric Mahlik; 4. Angel Munoz; 5. Joe Flory; 6. Todd Heinrich; 7. Tripp Gaylord; 8. Travis Ulmer; 9. Brennan Borg; 10. Cody St. Croix; 11. Mike Hagen; 12. Adam Goff; 13. Andrew Jochim; 14. Dalton Flory; 15. Chanse Hollatz; 16. Keith Mattox; 17. Derrick Kronbach; 18. Taylor Willms; 19. Jordan Zillmer; 20. Jake Brown; 21. Chad Hunteman; 22. Beau Deschamp; 23. Rick Schulz; 24. Kevin Roberts. Kendall raced from 10th starting and battled Jeff Taylor and Jacob Bleess before chasing Jake O’Neil to the checkers in round two of the Dakota Classic Tour for IMCA Modifieds. JAMESTOWN, N.D. (July 11) – Runner-up Billy Kendall III was the talk of the town Saturday night at Jamestown Speedway. Feature Results A lap 16 restart opened the door for Elijah Zevenbergen to continue his winning ways in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car half of the tour.
A 43-year-old Florida woman was arrested Sunday after she reportedly opened fire on police officers during a vehicle chase.The Putnam County Sheriff’s Office says they attempted to perform a traffic stop on the suspect Rachel Baggs, after they realized that the woman was driving a stolen vehicle.Instead of pulling over for police, Baggs attempted to flee the scene. The Putnam County Sheriff’s Office pursued Baggs into Marion County territory where they then alerted officials about the situation.Marion County officials then took over the chase, however, Baggs became more aggressive. At some point during the chase, the 48-year-old bailed from the stolen Ford F-150 and fired at pursuing officers while she was on foot. At least one bullet struck the door of the patrol car, however, the officer was not injured.As authorities continued searching for Baggs they received a call from another woman stating that there was a woman hiding under her porch.When authorities arrived to the home, they found Baggs under the porch.Baggs has since been arrested and faces two counts of aggravated assault of a law enforcement officer, use of a firearm during the commission of a felony, fleeing and eluding law enforcement at a high speed, and resisting arrest without violence.
With a 17-13 win over Iowa Saturday night, the Wisconsin football team maintained its No. 9 ranking in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll. Despite winning their Big Ten opener, the Badgers dropped slightly in the USA Today Coaches’ Poll, moving from seventh to ninth.Behind four touchdown passes by quarterback John David Booty, the USC Trojans remained the top team in both polls, as they have all season. Second-ranked LSU closed the gap in number of votes after beating No. 12 South Carolina in Baton Rouge 28-16, but still trail Southern Cal by 21 first-place votes. Oklahoma, Florida and West Virginia round out the top five.Kentucky jumped all the way to No. 14 after its win against Arkansas. It is the team’s highest ranking since finishing the 1977 season at No. 6 in the AP Poll.An embarrassing 38-35 loss to Syracuse caused Louisville, now 2-2, to fall out of the rankings completely and hurt quarterback Brian Brohm’s Heisman chances. Before Saturday’s game, the Cardinals were slotted as No. 18 in the country. Former No. 20 Texas A&M also dropped from the polls following its 34-17 thumping at the hands of Miami (Fla.).Elsewhere in the Big Ten, Ohio State moved up one spot to eighth in the USA Today poll and now holds down the No. 8 slot in both polls, best of any Big Ten team, thanks to a dominating 58-7 win over Northwestern. Penn State fell 11 spots, from No. 10 to No. 21, following its 14-9 loss to Michigan at the Big House in Ann Arbor.Purdue, now 4-0 after defeating Minnesota at the Metrodome, is currently receiving the most votes of any unranked team in the AP Poll and now finds itself at No. 25 in the USA Today poll. Michigan State traveled to Notre Dame and beat the lowly Irish 31-14, improving its record to 4-0 and giving the Irish their first 0-4 start in school history. As a result, the Spartans were rewarded with a No. 23 ranking in the USA Today poll. Next week, Michigan State will make the trip to Madison to face No. 9 Wisconsin in a 2:30 p.m. kickoff.