View post tag: Navy View post tag: Dhow Training & Education May 1, 2014 Back to overview,Home naval-today Greek Frigate Provides Medical Assistance to Crew Member of Dhow Share this article It was during a routine flight by a Japanese Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance (MPRA) on Monday 28 April that the dhow was spotted in the eastern Gulf of Aden. The dhow’s master requested medical assistance through the emergency radio channel.As a result of the emergency call, the EU Force Commander on board FGS Brandenburg tasked HS Psara, which was conducting counter-piracy patrols nearby, to proceed towards the dhow and provide medical assistance.The doctor of HS Psara, Lieutenant Georgios Panagakis and his medical assistant, Ensign Konstantinos Athanasiou, embarked the dhow and after assessing that the crew member was suffering from febrile food poisoning, gave him appropriate medical treatment.Since the European Union Naval Force began counter-piracy operations off the coast of Somalia in December 2008, EU warships have, as well making a significant contribution in the fight against piracy, provided much-needed medical and technical assistance to a number of seafarers at sea.[mappress]Press Release, May 1, 2014; Image: EU Navfor View post tag: Greek Greek Frigate Provides Medical Assistance to Crew Member of Dhow View post tag: crew View post tag: Medical View post tag: member View post tag: Frigate View post tag: Naval View post tag: Assistance View post tag: News by topic View post tag: provides The Greek Navy frigate HS Psara which has been deployed with the European Union Naval Force (EU NAVFOR) Somalia Operation Atalanta since February has provided emergency medical assistance to the crew member of a dhow.
Operational LICENSURE and/or CERTIFICATIONFaculty Members must be appropriately credentialed, possess anearned degree from an accredited institution or recognized by acountry’s ministry of education in the discipline being taught, andbe licensed or license-eligible in order to teach in specificprograms.BUSINESS COMPETENCIES Reports student outcomes and uses this information for teachingand learning improvements The mission of The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciencesis the development of professional health care practitionersthrough innovation, individualized, and quality classroom,clinical, and distance education. GENERAL SUMMARYA contributing faculty member at the University of St. Augustinefor Health Sciences (USAHS) provides engaging clinically-focusedlearning opportunities for students in the health scienceprofessions, through face-to-face, blended, and/or online deliverymethods.ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESMaintains expertise in content areaPromotes student success through optimal studentengagement Promotes professionalism by modeling such behaviors inside andoutside the classroom setting; promotes inter-professionaldialogCollaborates with necessary departments to support a positiveteam environmentUpholds University core values, policies and procedures Committed to Mission and Values : Has a clear understandingof institution’s mission and values. Has a passion for facilitatinglearning and for enabling students to navigate their own learningjourney. Collaborative – Works cooperatively with others across theinstitution and beyond, including the community and throughpartnerships. Represents own interests while being inclusive andfair to others. Technical ADDITIONAL COMPETENCIESTo perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstratethe following competencies to perform the essential functions ofthe position:Core Ethics and Values Keeps course content current and as necessary, aligned withcourse consistency policy Assesses student performance onpapers/examinations/projectsCommunicates with program director (and course coordinator ifteaching a multi-section course) regarding student difficulties orissues that ariseEnsures consistent content and testing, if a multi-sectioncourseCompletes annual self-evaluation of teaching performance; setsgoals for improvement Communicates Effectively : Adapts oral and writtencommunication approach and style to the audience and based on themessage.Drives Engagement : Makes students feel welcomed,understood, and valued. Creates a learning environment that iscompelling, challenging, and productive. Accountable -Takes personal responsibility for own goals andoutcomes to ensure student success. Establishes clear expectations,follows through on commitments to students and holds themaccountable for assignments and performance Committed to Mission and Values – Has a clear understandingof institution’s mission and values. Has a passion for facilitatinglearning and for enabling students to navigate their own learningjourney. Communicates Effectively – Adapts oral and writtencommunication approach and style to the audience and based on themessage. Also listens attentively to others. WORK ENVIRONMENTWork is performed primarily in a standard office environment butmay involve exposure to moderate noise levels. Work involvesoperation of personal computer equipment for six to eight hoursdaily and includes physical demands associated with a traditionaloffice setting, e.g., walking, standing, communicating, and otherphysical functions as necessary.The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences is an equalopportunity at will employer and does not discriminate against anyemployee or applicant for employment because of age, race,religion, color, disability, sex, sexual orientation or nationalorigin. OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES May perform other duties and responsibilities that management maydeem necessary from time to time.TRAVEL REQUIREMENTSSome travel may be required.POSITION IN ORGANIZATIONREPORTS TO: Academic Program DirectorPOSITIONS SUPERVISED: NoneTECHNICAL, MANAGERIAL, and PEOPLE SKILLS REQUIREDTo perform this job successfully an individual must be able toperform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listedbelow are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or abilityrequired. Incumbents will be evaluated, in part, based onperformance of each essential function. Appropriate reasonableaccommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilitiesto perform essential functions.EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCEExperience with distance learning preferred.Terminal degree preferred. Post- professional master’sdegree or clinical doctorate with demonstrated clinical expertisewith plans to obtain a terminal degree will beconsideredPrior teaching experience preferred [could includeonline]Experience in scholarly activity preferredA minimum of 3 years of clinical experience in the area ofcourse content requiredWorking knowledge of educational theory andmethodology Teaching Delivery/Learning Facilitation Skills – Managessmall, large, blended, hybrid and/or online classrooms, monitoringand ensuring participation, managing one’s own and students’ timeand attention effectively. Recommends course improvements for upcoming semester Academic Discipline Expertise – Has sufficient credentials,industry expertise and/or experience in the discipline to teachaccording to the standards and qualifications required. Completes all course management requirements to meet programdeadlinesPrepares and delivers course contentMonitors student progress; gives feedback as appropriateFacilitates student participation in learning activitiesServes as student-to-university liaison Education Design – Designs learning experiences closelylinked to learning outcomes including lesson planning, design ofproject, work integrated, group learning experiences, orinteractive learning objects. Has depth of expertise in pedagogy,andragogy and overall learning effectiveness. Contribute Knowledge to the Discipline – Compelled by theopportunity to contribute through research, scholarshipprofessional practice or creativity. Teaching Delivery/Learning Facilitation Skills : Managessmall, large, blended, hybrid, and/or online classrooms, monitoringand ensuring participation, managing one’s own and students’ timeand attention effectively.Academic Discipline Expertise : Has sufficient credentials,industry expertise, and/or experience in the discipline to eachaccording to the standards and qualifications required. Drives Engagement – Makes students feel welcome, understoodand valued. Creates a learning environment that is compelling,challenging and productive.
NegotiableANNUAL (12 months) Diversity is a source of strength, creativity, and innovation forUW-Madison. We value the contributions of each person and respectthe profound ways their identity, culture, background, experience,status, abilities, and opinion enrich the university community. Wecommit ourselves to the pursuit of excellence in teaching,research, outreach, and diversity as inextricably linkedgoals.The University of Wisconsin-Madison fulfills its public mission bycreating a welcoming and inclusive community for people from everybackground – people who as students, faculty, and staff serveWisconsin and the world.For more information on diversity and inclusion on campus, pleasevisit: Diversity andInclusion Appointment Type, Duration: Full Time: 100% Position Duties: Experience performing quality assurance of and clinical support forconventional linear accelerator systems, brachytherapy with HDRremote after-loaders and unsealed sources, radiation dosimetrymeasurement equipment, radiotherapy treatment planning systems,advanced computed tomography imaging, magnetic resonance imaging,and experimental data acquisition and analysis is desirable.Proficiency with a broad range of clinical software systems isrequired, as are excellent written and verbal communicationskills. Work Type: Institutional Statement on Diversity: License or Certificate: List of Duties Contact: A Master’s degree in Medical Physics or in a related field isrequired. Employment Class: Instructions to Applicants: This vacancy is being announced simultaneously with PositionVacancy (Job #) 222524; please note that only one vacancy exists.Having two position vacancy listings allows the School of Medicineand Public Health to consider candidates with both PhD credentialsand Master’s degree credentials for this position. Department(s): A533300-MEDICAL SCHOOL/HUMAN ONCOLOGY/HUMAN ONCO Job no: 225216-ASWork type: Staff-Full TimeDepartment: SMPH/HUMAN ONCOLOGY/HUMAN ONCOLocation: MadisonCategories: Research, Scientific Candidates must be certified in Therapeutic/Radiation OncologyMedical Physics by the American Board of Radiology, the AmericanBoard of Medical Physics, or the Canadian College of MedicalPhysics, or must be Board eligible. Board eligible candidates mustachieve board certification within three years of hire. Additional Information: Ongoing/Renewable The University of Wisconsin-Madison is engaged in a Title and TotalCompensation (TTC) Project to redesign job titles and compensationstructures. As a result of the TTC project, official job titles oncurrent job postings may change in Fall 2020. Job duties andresponsibilities will remain the same. For more information pleasevisit: https://hr.wisc.edu/title-and-total-compensation-study/.Employment will require a criminal background check. It will alsorequire you and your references to answer questions regardingsexual violence and sexual harassment.The University of Wisconsin System will not reveal the identitiesof applicants who request confidentiality in writing, except thatthe identity of the successful candidate will be released. See Wis.Stat. sec. 19.36(7).The Annual Security and FireSafety Report contains current campus safety and disciplinarypolicies, crime statistics for the previous 3 calendar years, andon-campus student housing fire safety policies and fire statisticsfor the previous 3 calendar years. UW-Madison will provide a papercopy upon request; please contact the University of Wisconsin PoliceDepartment . 225216-AS Official Title: Your application must be received through the Jobs at UW portal tobe considered as a candidate. To apply for this position, pleaseclick on the “” button. You will be asked to upload a CV, personalstatement/cover letter, along with providing three referencesduring the application process.The deadline for assuring full consideration is August 22, 2020,however positions will remain open and applications may beconsidered until the position is filled. Salary: Kirsten [email protected] Access (WTRS): 7-1-1 (out-of-state: TTY: 800.947.3529, STS:800.833.7637) and above Phone number (See RELAY_SERVICE for furtherinformation. ) Job Number: Academic Staff-Renewable RESEARCHER(E05DN) or ASSOC RESEARCHER(E05FN) or ASSTRESEARCHER(E05LN) The Radiation Oncology Physics Section at the University ofWisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health, Departmentof Human Oncology, is seeking a faculty medical physicist withstrong clinical skills to engage in radiation oncology physicsactivities. The successful candidate will participate in high-levelclinical development and application of radiation oncology imaging,treatment planning, and delivery systems to further the advancementof treatment options and patient care. The successful candidatewill also support departmental efforts to incorporate and advanceMR simulation and MR-guided radiation therapies. The RadiationOncology Physics section currently employs 17 physicists and fourphysics residents, providing full clinical physics services tothree locations with expansions to two additional locationsexpected.The position will focus primarily on practicing clinical radiationoncology physics services provided at the UW Health Cancer Centers,including coverage in the department’s outreach clinics which arephysically separate from the University Hospital as necessary.Additional responsibilities, based on the candidate’s interests andaccomplishments, will include clinical research and development inalignment with the programmatic goals of the department, as well asteaching of residents and other trainees.The School of Medicine and Public Health has a deep and profoundcommitment to diversity both as an end in itself but also as avaluable means for eliminating health disparities. As such, westrongly encourage applications from candidates who foster andpromote the values of diversity and inclusion. Minimum Years and Type of Relevant Work Experience: Degree and Area of Specialization: The University of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity andAffirmative Action Employer. We promote excellence throughdiversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.If you need to request an accommodation because of a disability,you can find information about how to make a request at thefollowing website: https://employeedisabilities.wisc.edu/disability-accommodation-information-for-applicants/ Position Summary: Applications Open: Jul 21 2020 Central Daylight TimeApplications Close:
Business roundtables, meetings with senior government officials and the signing of a letter of intent have netted a productive first three days in Mexico, as part of Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch’s second agricultural, economic and tourism development trip.The agriculture delegation spent Monday and Tuesday in Mexico City, with today’s business being conducted in the state of Hidalgo.“The Mexican government has shown their support for USMCA and it is now up to Congress to seal the deal,” Crouch said. “But in Indiana, we’re not waiting around. We want Mexico to know that Indiana is open for business and that we’re committed to developing and enhancing our relationship with them.”In Mexico City, the Lt. Governor and members of the delegation met with representatives within the Foreign Affairs, Economy, and Tourism ministries. There, they discussed opportunities to enhance cooperation in the areas of agriculture, economic development and tourism. The Lt. Governor also met with the Mexican Undersecretary of North America Jesús Seade, who spoke about the importance of the Indiana-Mexico trade relationship, valued at just under $10 billion.A business networking breakfast and Friends of Indiana reception also took place in Mexico City, which brought Mexican CEOs, stakeholders and government officials, who have existing or prospective ties with the state, together with the delegation.“Mexico is relationship-driven,” said Bruce Kettler, Indiana State Department of Agriculture Director. “As connected as we are today, there’s still no substitute for face-to-face conversation, so these meetings were invaluable to growing our, already strong, agricultural and economic ties.”One of the highlights of the group’s trip was the signing of a letter of intent between Lt. Governor Crouch and Hidalgo’s Secretary of Interior Simón Vargas Aguilar.The agreement, on behalf of the two states, calls for enhanced cooperation in areas like agriculture, education, and science and technology. Included in the letter were several action items, for example, organizing industry events, providing opportunities to collaborate with experts and sharing best practices.“Signing this letter with Hidalgo is a win for both states, but now the real work begins,” Crouch said. “With this agreement as our roadmap, we look forward to upholding our end of the bargain and capitalizing on this opportunity.”The agriculture group also toured several locations including the Polanco market area, Tate & Lyle and the Santa Clara processing facility.The Indiana tourism delegation also built key relationships, and will continue working towards an end goal of creating a tourism campaign in Mexico. The tourism group conducted key meetings with travel wholesalers, specialized travel media and tourism government officials.“After meeting with several tourism partners in Mexico, I am extremely excited by their interest in our tourism destinations. We’re learning there is a market for our experiences in the Hoosier state,” said Misty Weisensteiner, Director of the Indiana Office of Tourism Development. “Seventeen million Mexican tourists visit the United States per year. It is our mission to capture some of those visitors and bring them to Indiana.”For updates on the agricultural delegation, follow ISDA at @ISDAgov, or for updates on the tourism delegation, follow IOTD at @INTourismPR. Tomorrow is the delegation’s last day in Mexico.FOOTNOTE: Photo caption: Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch (middle) signs letter of intent with Indiana State Department of Agriculture Director Bruce Kettler (far right) and Hidalgo Secretary of Interior Simón Vargas Aguilar (second from the right). FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
OCHS Leadership Club Presents:Jazz Rock Band Live MusicLocal ChefsDoor PrizesNovember 17, 2016OCHS Cafeteria 5th Street Entrance 5:00-7:00 pmDinner and a Show Combo:-Adult $30-Students (8-18) $20-Kids under 8 FreeDinner Only:-Adult $20-Students (8-18) $10-Kids under 8 FreeTake-out Available $15For tickets, contact Amy Kohl- [email protected] (DOCX, 89KB)
Mayor Jay Gillian Dear Friends,With Labor Day now behind us, work on capital improvements will resume in many areas of town.City Council last night authorized seeking bids on three fall road projects:Roads and alleys between 10th Street and 12th StreetRoads and alleys between 48th Street and 54th StreetRoads and alleys between 25th Street and 30th StreetSee www.ocnj.us/Capital-Projects-Roads-and-Drainage for detail on exactly which roads will be improved.Work already has begun on a Cape May County emergency project to replace the wastewater pipelines that run underneath Bay Avenue from 8th Street to 31st Street. The latest update on the construction and traffic schedule is available here: www.ocnj.us/projectupdate.Jersey Central Power and Light in October will begin soil and groundwater remediation at the site of a former manufactured gas plant at 11th Street and West Avenue. The location currently houses an Atlantic City Electric substation. The focus of the work will be the installation of a groundwater pump and treatment system, along with the removal of some soil. Rights of way along Haven Avenue and 11th Street could be affected.Demolition and remediation of the gas stations at the intersection of Ninth Street and West Avenue also is scheduled to begin in October. This work may temporarily limit one outbound lane of travel.Federal contractors will return this winter to replenish beaches and dunes from Seaspray Road to the 14th Street Pier and also from about 49th Street to Corson’s Inlet State Park. The contract will be awarded later this month. We will not know the exact schedule until the contractor is in place.Two mechanical dredging projects are planned for the 2019-20 off-season.Back Bay North: North Point Lagoon, Second Street Marina and Bayside CenterBack Bay Central: Snug Harbor, Glen Cove, and parts of Sunny Harbor, South Harbor and Bluefish LagoonI want to remind you all about the air shows this weekend, including the Airport Festival 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday; a night-time parachute jump at 8 p.m. Saturday over the beach and boardwalk landing at 7th Street; and the Boardwalk Air Show at 1 p.m. Sunday.Warm regards,Mayor Jay A. Gillian
On Tuesday night, October 16th, Bob Weir and Wolf Bros, the Grateful Dead guitarist’s new trio featuring drummer Jay Lane (Furthur, RatDog) and legendary upright bassist, producer, and current Blue Note Records president Don Was, officially opened their inaugural tour at Grand Sierra Resort & Casino in Reno, NV. While the new trio made their first onstage appearance as part of a San Francisco benefit show on Saturday with help from Mickey Hart and John Mayer, the Reno performance marked their first official show under the Wolf Bros banner. As promised upon the trio’s announcement, the tour opener saw Bob Weir and Wolf “exploring songs of the Grateful Dead and more in a trio setting.” Over the course of the show’s two sets, Weir, Was, and Lane showed off their natural chemistry on a selection of Dead originals and staple live covers in addition to a number from Weir’s solo set of cowboy tunes and a set one-closing sandwich of RatDog’s “Ashes and Glass” and Jerry Garcia Band‘s “Don’t Let Go”.Thankfully, fans in the front of the venue had streamed the majority of the show, so we can relive Weir, Was, and Lane’s official debut this morning. You can check out live streamed videos from set one (starting with “Cassidy”) and set two (minus the encore) below:Bob Weir and Wolf Bros – Set One – Reno, NV[Video: Doug Clifton]Bob Weir and Wolf Bros – Set Two – Reno, NV[Video: Doug Clifton]Bob Weir and Wolf Bros’ maiden voyage continues this Thursday, October 18th at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles, CA. For a full list of upcoming dates, see below. For more information on the Bob Weir and Wolf Bros tour, head to Weir’s website.Bob Weir and Wolf Bros Upcoming Tour Dates10/18 – Los Angeles, CA – The Theatre at Ace Hotel10/20 – Santa Barbara, CA – Arlington Theatre10/22 – Portland, OR – Keller Auditorium10/23 – Seattle, WA – Moore Theatre10/24 – Missoula, MT – Wilma Theatre10/26 – Salt Lake City, UT – Eccles Theater10/27 – Albuquerque, NM – Kiva Auditorium at the Albuquerque Convention Center10/29 – Denver, CO – Paramount Theatre10/31 – Chicago, IL – The Chicago Theatre11/1 – Chicago, IL – The Chicago Theatre11/5 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium11/6 – Louisville, KY – Palace Theatre11/8 – Syracuse, NY – Landmark Theatre11/9 – Port Chester, NY – Capitol Theatre11/10 – Port Chester, NY – Capitol Theatre11/12 – Washington, DC – Warner Theatre11/13 – Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore11/15 – Boston, MA – Boch Center Wang Theatre11/16 – Boston, MA – Boch Center Wang Theatre11/18 – New York, NY – Beacon Theatre11/19 – New York, NY – Beacon TheatreView Upcoming Tour DatesSetlist: Bob Weir and Wolf Bros | Grand Sierra Resort & Casino | Reno, NV | 10/16/18Set One: Jack Straw, Cassidy, Me and My Uncle, Only A River, She Belongs To Me, Ashes and Glass > Don’t Let Go > Ashes and GlassSet Two: Peggy-O, Me and Bobby McGee, Bird Song, Corrina, The Music Never Stopped, A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall, China Cat Sunflower > I Know You RiderEncore: Touch of Grey
The trifecta of tribute bands, Pink Talking Fish, has announced their summer tour plans, which will keep the popular covers outfit on the road starting over Memorial Day Weekend and running until Labor Day.Announced on Tuesday, the popular tribute band–which fills their setlists with songs originally penned by Pink Floyd, Talking Heads, and Phish–will head out for a run of 21 performances beginning with their appearance at StrangeCreek Campout in Greenfield, MA on May 24th. The run of summer shows will see the band visiting a mix of festivals, outdoor concert series, some indoor events, and shows themed around pre and post-show parties for Phish, Dead & Company and Umphrey’s McGee. Related: Pink Talking Fish Transforms The Capitol Theatre Into Mind-Blowing ‘Junta’ CircusNotable festivals at which the band will perform over the summer include California’s OC Music Festival; New York’s Disc Jam Music Festival, Great South Bay Music Festival, and Adirondack Independence Music Festival; Oregon’s 4 Peaks Music Festival, and Vermont’s Bear North Festival. The run will also see the band linking up with Phish’s summer tour for afterparties at Atomic Cowboy in Saint Louis, MO (6/11-12); Cross Insurance Center in Bangor, ME (6/25); and the House of Blues in Boston MA (7/6); although it’s worth noting that the Saint Louis shows will be that of an after-party on the first night (6/11), and a pre-party on the second (6/12). The band will also link up with Dead & Company’s summer run with an afterparty at the Vic Theatre in Chicago, IL on 6/15, in addition to an Umphrey’s afterparty at Wonder Bar in Asbury Park, NJ on 8/30.The tour announcement comes a few weeks following the departure of guitarist Dave Brunyak, who has since been replaced by Cal Kehoe. The band is currently in the tail end of their ongoing spring tour, which is scheduled to wrap on May 18th with a show at Bluegrass In The Bottoms in Kansas City MO.Fans can head to the band’s website for more tour and ticket information. Fans can also watch the video below to relive the band’s live cover of James Gang‘s “Walk Away”, recorded during their show at The NorVa on March 16th.Pink Talking Fish – “Walk Away” – 3/16/2019[Video: wklitz1]Pink Talking Fish Summer Tour Dates: 5/24 – Greenfield, MA – StrangeCreek Campout5/26 – Silverado, CA – OC Music Festival 6/6-9 – Stephentown, NY – Disc Jam Music Festival 6/11-12 – Saint Louis, MO – Atomic Cowboy*^ 6/13 – Iowa City, IA – Gabe’s6/14 – Minneapolis, MN – Fine Line6/15 – Chicago, IL – The Vic Theatre#6/21 – Bend, OR – 4 Peaks Music Festival6/25 – Bangor, ME – Cross Insurance Center*7/3-4 – Wellfleet, MA – The Beachcomber7/6 – Boston, MA – House Of Blues*7/19 – Bath, NH – Jerry Jam7/20 -Patchogue, NY – Great South Bay Music Festival7/24 – Middletown, NY – Orange County Fair8/3 – Fayston, VT – Bear North Festival8/8 – Norwich, NY – NBT Bank Free Thursday’s Summer Concert Series8/16 – Long Beach Island, NJ – Bird & Betty’s8/17 – Bethel, NY – Yasgur’s Road Reunion8/30 – Asbury Park, NJ – Wonder Bar !8/31 – Mason, NH – Marty’s Summer Concert Series9/1 – Lake George, NY – Adirondack Independence Music Festival * Phish Afterparty^ Phish Pre-Party# Dead & Company Afterparty! Umphrey’s McGee AfterpartyView Summer Tour Dates
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享PV Magazine:Analysis from Rystad Energy has found the installed capacity of renewable energy in the Asia-Pacific region is set to soar from 497 gigawatts (GW) this year to 754 GW in 2025. The driving force behind the increase will be solar, with regional capacity nearly doubling from 192 GW in 2020 to 349 GW in the next five years.The jump will propel solar energy past the installed capacity of well-established onshore wind energy. Nonetheless, onshore wind’s capacity is also expected to rise 26% from 243 GW to 308 GW in the next five years, with offshore wind set to grow 50% from 34 GW to 51 GW. Storage, battery and hydrogen electrolyser capacity is likely to expand even faster, with a 60% growth rate forecast, moving the capacity from 28 GW to 45 GW by 2025.In September, Rystad Energy analysis found Australia is following a similar trajectory to the region at large, with electricity generated by solar and onshore wind farms to overtake the combined power production from coal and gas from 2026.“Renewable energy growth has led engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) service providers in the region and Asian fabrication yards to fast-track their energy transition plans to actively target low-carbon markets and tender for such contracts,” senior energy service research analyst at Rystad Energy, Lin Lin Goh, said in a press release.[Bella Peacock]More: Solar to power to drive 50% surge in Asia-Pacific renewable energy capacity by 2025 Rystad: Asian renewable energy capacity to hit 754GW by 2025, up 50% in five years
ACUC keynoter Alan Mulally drives success using three universal principles.by: Adam MertzTo the skeptics who wondered whether an “airplane guy” from Boeing had the knowledge and wherewithal to lead Ford Motor Co. out of one of the darkest periods in its history, Alan Mulally delivered a convincing response.“The average automobile has around 10,000 parts. They’re very, very sophisticated,” Mulally said shortly after he was introduced as Ford’s president/CEO in 2006. “I might point out that the [Boeing] 777 has four million parts—and has to stay in the air.”An aerospace engineer by trade, Mulally understands the beauty and power of the design, construction, and distribution details involved in creating both of these intricate modes of transportation.But perhaps his strongest trait as a leader has been a knack for simplifying that sophistication—defining the core principles and products on which to focus and creating a collaborative, problem-solving culture in which everyone in the organization is, and feels, invested. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr