Ncondezi Energy delays planned 300MW coal plant in Mozambique

first_imgNcondezi Energy delays planned 300MW coal plant in Mozambique FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Platts:Progress on the development of Ncondezi Energy’s flagship 300 MW coal-fired power project and coal mine in Tete, Mozambique, has been delayed, the African power developer said.The delay came after discussions with state power company Electricidade de Mocambique (EDM) indicated that available technical and market assumptions for a tariff agreement, which were initially submitted March 31, were out of date.The company said an updated transmission integration study and Mozambican power market outlook study had been commissioned, and were targeted for completion in the third quarter of 2020. Allowing for the completion of those independent studies, Ncondezi said the tariff agreement was now expected to be finalized in the second half of the year.“Based on this, the company has submitted an updated work program to EDM for review and will provide a more detailed timetable update to investors at the appropriate time,” Ncondezi Energy said.“Since the submission of a formal tariff offer earlier this year, the company has worked closely with EDM to discuss and agree the pathway to progress the project,” said CEO Hanno Pengilly. “With EDM’s guidance, the company has agreed to update its transmission integration study as well as conduct an independent market study for energy supply and demand forecasts in Mozambique and potential export markets.”Pengilly said the results of those studies should verify certain technical assumptions, and provide greater certainty around the business case for the project alongside the tariff proposal, facilitating negotiations on the project tariff. The results are also expected to be a key requirement from potential project lenders and investors.[Sarah Matthews]More: Ncondezi Energy delays flagship Mozambique coal power projectlast_img read more

Gear: Fall Fashion Must Haves

first_imgAs the days get shorter, the temperatures begin to drop and the trails become colored with falling leaves, it is time to transition your wardrobe to maintain comfort.  Below are a few of our favorite fall fashion items to help keep you feeling good and looking good on the trail as you continue to run, ride or hike all fall and winter long.Gear_smartwooljacketSmartwool Men’s Teller Jacket The Teller jacket combines a wind resistant front panel with an ultra-breathable merino wool back panel that is as soft as jersey knit cotton. The Teller is great to put on when you have finished a mountain bike climb and are preparing to descend. It also is a great choice for hiking since it keeps your core warm and protected from the wind, while allowing your heat to escape once you warm up.  The Teller jacket also transitions nicely to a casual piece when you are ready to go meet friends after a run or bike ride. Wish it came in more colors, but you are limited to green, blue or black.MSRP $160.00; smartwool.comGear_SmartwoolvestSmartwool PhD Smartloft Down VestThe Smartloft down vest is similar to the Teller jacket minus the sleeves.  It is more versatile and better suited for activities where you tend to work up a sweat and desire greater breathability and temperature regulation.  It too has a wind resistant front panel and breathable merino wool back.  The Smartloft is form fitting enough to allow you to comfortably bike or run in it.  The Smartloft vest is available in men’s and women’s cut and is fairly form-fitting compared to other vests.MSRP $170.00; smartwool.comGear_LorpenLorpen T3 Trail Running and Cycling SocksLorpen has once again raised the bar in sock technology.  Its motto, “to design and build the best technical socks in the world” is demonstrated through its continued innovation.  The T3 technology offers the utmost in breathability for both warm weather and cold weather.  Lorpen has designed a three-layer technology for winter socks and summer socks.  The winter T3 socks feature merino wool to help keep feet warm while maintaining breathability, while the summer line relies on Tencel and Coolmax for the utmost in breathability and cooling.  I tend to wear my trail and cycling T3 summer socks three seasons out of the year.  The T3 ski sock line is the best ski sock I have found in the marketplace in that it provides a warm and comfortable fit for all day outings in ski boots or hiking boots.  Lorpen socks have proven to hold up longer and retain less sediment than other merino socks on the market.MSRP $10.99-21.99; lorpennorthamerica.comlast_img read more

William “Bill” Stevens, age 84

first_imgWilliam “Bill” Stevens, age 84, of Osgood passed away on May 18, 2019 at Manderley Heath Care Center.  Private family services are scheduled.last_img

Harmanpreet Kaur leads India eves to win over England

first_imgCanberra: India skipper Harmanpreet Kaur starred with the bat and ensured her opposite number Heather Knight’s valiant knock was overshadowed as the Indians registered a five-wicket victory over England in the women’s triangular series opener here on Friday.Harmanpreet stayed till the end and remained unbeaten on 42 off 34 balls (5×4, 1×6) to take India over the line with three balls to spare chasing a modest 148. India finished on 150/5 in 19.3 overs.Besides Harmanpreet, 16-year old opener Shafali Verma hit 30 while Jemimah Rodrigues scored 26.India lost wickets at regular intervals but never lost sight of the target largely due to Harmanpreet who held one end up and dug deep into her wealth of experience to take the side home.It was a tight affair as 17 were needed off 12 balls as England dropped a catch and gave away wides in the penultimate over to hand India the advantage. Harmanpreet smashed a six off Katherine Brunt to win the game for India.Earlier, put in to bat, England rode on Knight’s brilliant 44-ball 67 and a 27-ball 37 from Tammy Beaumont to post 147/7.For India, Rajeshwari Gayakwad (2/19), Shikha Pandey (2/33) and Deepti Sharma (2/30) grabbed two wickets apiece, while Radha Yadav accounted for one at the Manuka Oval here.The other team in the tri-series is Australia as teams look to put the finishing touches to their T20 World Cup preparations.Brief Scores: England Women: 147/7 (Heather Knight 67; Rajeshwari Gayakwad 2/19); India Women: 150/5 (Harmanpreet Kaur 42*; Katherine Brunt 2/33). IANSAlso Read: Harmanpreet Kaur to lead India in Women’s T20 WCAlso Watch: KMSS leader Manash Konwar sent to 10 day Judicial Custody by Special NIA Court in Guwahatilast_img read more

Amel Tuka Won Gold at Brugnera

first_imgB&H representative at the athletics meeting in Brugnera, Italy Amel Tuka won the gold in the 800-meter run.(Source: klix.ba)last_img