Record year pushes total Enel Green Power renewable capacity to 46GW

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Smart Energy International:Enel Green Power set a new record in 2019 within the renewable energy industry by building more than 3GW of capacity.Enel built around 190MW more renewable energy capacity in 2019 than in 2018, a 6.5% increase. The milestone makes Enel the largest private renewable energy player at global level Enel built 47 facilities of which the majority were wind (1,813 MW) and then solar (1,193 MW).Around 1,072MW was built in Europe, mainly in Spain, 997MW in Latin America, mainly in Mexico, 867MW in North America, mainly in the US and around 94MW in Africa, Asia and Oceania, mainly in South Africa.Renewable energy built by Enel in 2019 will generate 9.3TWh and avoid 5.85 million tons of carbon emissions per annum.The 2019 milestone increases Enel’s total renewable energy capacity to 46GW.The utility has set a goal of generating around 57% of its production from renewable sources in 2022. By adding 14.1 GW of renewable capacity to Enel will reach around 60GW renewable generation by 2022. The utility plans on being fully decarbonised by 2050.[Nicholas Nhede]More: Enel reached a new renewable energy milestone in 2019 Record year pushes total Enel Green Power renewable capacity to 46GWlast_img read more

Strong team named for European Senior Ladies’ Team Championship

first_img5 Aug 2019 Strong team named for European Senior Ladies’ Team Championship Tags: European Team Championship England Golf has named its team for the European Senior Ladies’ Team Championship to be played at the Blacksearama Golf Resort in Bulgaria on Tuesday, 3 – Saturday, 7 September.The team comprises Caroline Berry, Paula Carver, Jackie Foster, Aileen Greenfield, Helen Lowe and Julie Wheeldon and is captained by Debbie Richards (Burhill and Surrey).A total of 16 teams from across Europe will be playing in the event which features two rounds of stroke play in which the five best scores out of six count towards the team score. The stroke play results will determine the seeded order for the match play which will be divided into two flights of eight teams each. Individual matches will be decided from the results of one foursome and four singles.The defending champions are Germany who beat host Belgium at Mont Gami Golf Club. England have won the championship once at Gut Altentann in Austria in 2014 and have been runners-up five times in 2006, ’07, ’10, ’15 and most recently in 2017 in Slovakia.The PlayersCaroline Berry (Bromborough, Cheshire) won the English Senior Women’s Amateur Championship for a second time earlier this year at Enville Golf Club in Staffordshire, having previously also claimed the title at Littlestone in 2010. She was also tied sixth at the English Senior Women’s Open Stroke Play.Paula Carver (Worthing, Sussex) was runner-up to Berry in the English Senior Women’s Amateur and tied-ninth at the English Senior Women’s Open Amateur Stroke Play.Jackie Foster (Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire) is a two-time winner of the English Senior Women’s Open Stroke Play in 2016 and 2017. She finished second behind Greenfield in this year’s championship at St Enodoc and also reached the semi-finals of this year English Senior Women’s Amateur Championship. She has been a regular member of English Senior teams over the last few years, including at last year’s Senior Women’s Home Internationals at Burnham & Berrow.Aileen Greenfield (Pyecombe, Sussex) birdied the last two holes to win this year’s English Senior Women’s Stroke Play Championship at St Enodoc. She lost in a play-off for the same title in her debut season as a senior in 2015 and was runner-up again the following year. She also won the English Senior Women’s Amateur Championship in 2018.Helen Lowe (Scraptoft, Leicestershire and Rutland) won the English Senior Women’s Open Matchplay in 2015, Stroke Play in 2018 and was eighth in the championship this year. She led the qualifiers at this year’s English Senior Women’s Championship.Julie Wheeldon (Wakefield, Yorkshire) was tied-third in the English Senior Women’s Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship. She was fifth in qualifying for the English Senior Women’s Amateur.ReserveClarissa Bushell (West Sussex, Sussex)Photo: Credit Leaderboard Photography. Pictured Caroline Berry.last_img read more

Lacey South Sound Chamber Executive Director Sierra Roundy Accepts Position with…

first_imgFacebook88Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Lacey South Sound Chamber of CommerceSierra Roundy. Photo courtesy: Lacey South Sound ChamberExecutive Director of the Lacey South Sound Chamber of Commerce, Sierra Roundy has accepted a position with the Premier Media Group and will be officially leaving her position with the Chamber beginning of June but will stay on in a part-time basis through the South Sound BBQ Festival. Martin McElliott, President, says that he is “proud of what Sierra has been able to accomplish in her time with the Chamber.” The Board of Directors are sad to see her go but are confident that she has left the Chamber in a much better place than when she started almost three years ago. Membership, sponsorship dollars, and event participation have all grown at a faster rate. The energy and excitement that Sierra has brought to the Chamber has created a great reputation around the community and the Board of Directors are honored that Premier Media Group would select Sierra to be a part of their organization. The Executive Board of the Lacey South Sound Chamber is currently seeking qualified individuals to apply for the Executive Director position.Lacey South Sound Chamber contact info:Sierra Roundy, sroundy@laceysschamber.com or 360-491-4141Martin McElliott, ThurstonTalk, mcelliott@thurstontalk.com or 360-482-1671last_img read more