LIVE BLOG: Follow the action from Wexford as Laois Ladies bid for Leinster final place

first_imgHome Sport GAA LIVE BLOG: Follow the action from Wexford as Laois Ladies bid for… SportGAALadies FootballLaois Senior Ladies Football Team Facebook SEE ALSO – 5 minutes with… Laois Ladies football captain Mags McEvoy Facebook TAGSLaois Ladies FootballLaois v WexfordLive Blog By Siun Lennon – 17th June 2018 WhatsApp Live Blog from Wexford v Laois Ladies Brought to you in association with Hughes Pharmacy PortlaoiseThe Laois men aren’t the only team vying for Leinster glory in the next few weeks.The Laois Ladies are out in the intermediate Leinster semi-final against Wexford today in Bellefield GAA Complex, Enniscorthy, at 2pm. Previous articleRemember The Game: Kyle’s bench to the fore as they claimed 2009 Division 4 titleNext articleTV stars, new managers and All-Ireland glory: Here’s our top stories of the week Siun Lennonhttp://heresosiun.blogspot.ie/2016/09/the-lekkie-piccie-experience.htmlSiún Lennon joined LaoisToday in a full-time capacity after studying Journalism and New Media in the University of Limerick. She hails from Rosenallis and her interests vary from news, sports and politics. Community Community WhatsApp We’ll be live from Enniscorthy to bring you all the action as it happens: Ten Laois based players named on Leinster rugby U-18 girls squad Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Rugby Twitter LIVE BLOG: Follow the action from Wexford as Laois Ladies bid for Leinster final place Pinterest Laois are in the Intermediate championship after they were relegated from the senior grade last year.The girls struggled in Division 2 of the league, needing a final round win to stave off relegation. Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’ However, they began their championship campaign with a fine six point win over neighbours Offaly to reach the last four.Wexford got to this point after a very convincing eight point win over Kildare in the quarter final.They also won Division 3 in the league this year and come into the game with plenty of momentum – so this will be a real test for Laois. Pinterest Five Laois monuments to receive almost €200,000 in government funding last_img read more

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Jamaica Signs US$500,000 Grant Agreement for Rural Development Project

first_imgAdvertisements FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail The Japanese Policy and Human Resource Development (PHRD) Grant Agreement between the Government of Jamaica and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), was signed on (Oct. 12) at the offices of the Ministry of Finance and the Public Service in Kingston.The US$500,000 agreement will provide financing for the second National Community Development Project (NCDP II), which seeks to assist targeted communities in the rural areas, to improve employment opportunities and access to basic services.Of the total allocation, US$120,000 will be used for sector review and policy actions; US$70,000 for project framework development; and US$310,000 for community-based sub-project design.Minister of Finance and Public Service, Audley Shaw, in his remarks at the signing ceremony, said that the second round of the NCDP will continue to focus on aspects of community development, including farm roads and other critical infrastructure, while providing income earning opportunities.This, he said, will include “the development of tourism-related agricultural supplies, in particular, food supply to hotels, craft making, and the development of community and cultural-based tourism type projects.” The objective will be achieved through integrated support to these communities including investments, training, and technical assistance, the Minister stated.Japanese Ambassador, Masahiro Obata, noted that the grant was a “timely intervention considering the devastation caused by Hurricane Dean to the agricultural sector and, by extension, the rural communities.”The communities that will be participating under NCDP II will be selected primarily according to poverty survey mapping, while additional considerations will be given to the demonstrative effects of developing income-generating possibilities. RelatedJamaica Signs US$500,000 Grant Agreement for Rural Development Project Jamaica Signs US$500,000 Grant Agreement for Rural Development Project UncategorizedOctober 12, 2007center_img RelatedJamaica Signs US$500,000 Grant Agreement for Rural Development Project RelatedJamaica Signs US$500,000 Grant Agreement for Rural Development Projectlast_img read more

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Energy Storage Applications Set for Explosive, Disruptive Growth

first_imgEnergy Storage No posts to display More information is available in the report, which examines the major market issues driving investment in energy storage around the world and the adaptations various stakeholders make in response.  Twitter 9.30.2016 A new study from Navigant Research indicates the energy storage will experience explosive growth over the next three to five years that will mirror the current growth of solar. Previous articleDresser-Rand Completes Offshore Combined-Cycle Equipment for Shell AppomattoxNext articleSmall Module Nuclear Reactors Could Power the UK by 2030 chloecox “New players will be able to offer a suite of solutions that promote connected homes and robust energy options,” says Anissa Dehamna, principal research analyst with Navigant Research. “Evolving business models call for utilities to become more agile and not only address the generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity, but also focus more on grid services and develop customer-friendly solutions.” Linkedin The paper noted distributed energy resources companies will create new opportunities for energy storage-enabled applications for utilities and customers alike. IT, telecommunications and consumer product companies are focusing on energy and smart grid applications, and will present a disruptive threat to utilities due to their ability to create value from data and customer relationships. Renewable project management firm Bradley acquired by Bureau Veritas Utility contracting 12 MWh in mobile battery capacity from startup developer Facebook By chloecox – By Editors of Power Engineering Twitter TAGSPPL Linkedin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The study, Five Trends for Energy Storage in 2016 and Beyond, indicated incremental improvements in energy storage technologies, developments in regional regulatory and market drivers and emerging business models will make energy storage a growing and viable part of the power grid. Highview hires MAN Energy for UK cryogenic energy storage project Facebook Energy Storage Applications Set for Explosive, Disruptive Growthlast_img read more

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