Changfang and Xidao will have a joint installed capacity of approximately 589MW on completion, comprising a total of 62 MHI Vestas V174-9.5MW turbines. The projects will be split out over several phases. Changfang Phase 1 will comprise 10 turbines for an installed capacity of 95MW and will be installed in 2022. MHI Vestas and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) have finalized the commercial agreements for the Changfang and Xidao offshore wind projects in Taiwan. The orders represent MHI Vestas’ first projects in the Asia Pacific region to reach financial close, which was completed late last week. “We are enormously grateful for the collaboration with CIP and look forward to bringing our trusted V174-9.5 MW, an IEC T classified turbine, along with local, green energy jobs to the people of Taiwan.” “As our first firm orders in Asia Pacific, Changfang and Xidao are landmark contracts for our business and for our market position in Taiwan,” said MHI Vestas CSO, Henrik Jensen. Changfang Phase 2, comprising 47 turbines with an installed capacity of 446.5MW, and Xidao, comprising 5 turbines with an installed capacity of 47.5MW, will be installed in 2023. Ahead of the project, MHI Vestas and CIP collaborated on a comprehensive local supply chain ramp-up. Once complete, the full localization scope promises to create up to 5,300 jobs and NT$ 9.2 billion (circa EUR 264 million) in economic value for Taiwan in localized components alone, which does not include installation, commissioning, and operation and maintenance for the lifetime of the turbines.
Kylian Mbappe was missing from Paris Saint-Germain’s training session on Monday afternoon as the club prepare to face Borussia Dortmund.Advertisement PSG lost the first leg of their Champions League clash with the German side, and welcome Dortmund to Paris on Wednesday, though the game will be played behind closed doors. Promoted Content7 Things That Actually Ruin Your Phone6 Of The Best 90s Shows That Need To Come Back ASAP8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits EarthWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthMost Famous Female Race Car Drivers Of All TimeThe Best Tarantino Movie Yet7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better Read Also: Man Utd open to Pogba exit as PSG, Juve plot £100m bidsAccording to Le Parisien, Mbappe has a throat infection and his participation in the match is in doubt.Mbappe has bagged 29 goals for PSG in all competitions this season, with the club also without Neymar and Edinson Cavani through injury.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…
BOONE, Iowa (Sept. 7) – Championship Saturday has arrived at the 31st annual IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.Fifteen last-chance heats for Modifieds, the last-chance feature for Stock Cars and last-chance features for Modifieds get the Sept. 7 show started at Boone Speedway. The Karl Chevrolet Races of Champions for Hobby Stocks and Northern SportMods, the Sunoco Race Fuels Race of Champions for Stock Cars and the Harris Auto Racing Race of Champions for Modifieds precede main events for all four divisions.Hobby Stocks, SportMods and Stock Car headliners are all 30 laps. The big dance for Modifieds is 40 laps. * Front row starters for the Harris RoC are Tim Ward and Dustin Smith, ahead of Ryan McDaniel, Jimmy Gustin, Clint Hatlestad, Brandon Beckendorf, Aaron Turnbull, Chris Abelson, Dylan Smith, Jesse Sobbing, Richie Gustin and Corey Lagroon.Scott Pippert will lead the Sunoco RoC field to the initial green, with defending race winner Donavon Smith to his outside. Brandon Czarapata, Abe Huls, Brian Irvine, Perry Misner, David Smith, Kevin Opheim, Jay Schmidt and John Heinz complete the lineup.Colby Langenberg has the pole start for the Hobby Stock RoC, with Randy Embrey to his outside. Trevor Holm, Brock Beeter, Corey Madden, Shannon Anderson, Jason Kohl, Chris Luloff, Bill Bonnett and Justin Nehring complete the third through 10th spots on the starting grid. Front row for the Northern SportMod RoC has Bobby Anders on the pole and Joel Rust outside. Third through 10th starters are Eric Elliott, Tyler Frye, Nick Roberts, Clint Luellen, Austin Kaplan, Danny Dvorak, Robby Rosselli and Carter VanDenberg.*Two drivers with their share of career wins and then some were recognized during pre-race ceremonies this afternoon.Mike Nichols won for the 300th time in his IMCA Sunoco Stock Car career while Shannon Anderson earned his career 200th IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock victory this season.Both are the career wins leaders in their respective divisions. *Sybesma Graphics best looking car contest winners were Gary Roberts in the Modifieds and Steffan Carey in the Stock Cars.Roberts’ ride promotes Goldenhar Syndrome. The wrap was done by his son (and fellow Modified driver) Matt.Carey pilots the original Witten’s Warriors car, promoting cerebral palsy treatment and awareness. *Another hotly contested rock, paper, scissors contest held during track prep determined the outside row of tonight’s Stock Car main event. Steve Meyer will lead Jake Masters, Brian Irvine, Wayne Gifford, Ken Tietz, Damon Murty, Todd Reitzler and Dustin Larson to green.*The results of more rock, paper, scissors: Chris Mills will start at the front of the outside row in Saturday’s Modified dance.Jon Snyder, Ryan Watnem, Jason Cummins, Shawn Kilgore, Jeff Taylor, J.D. Auringer and William Gould are next on the grid. *
Published on February 7, 2016 at 6:44 pm Contact Paul: [email protected] | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+ Briana Day caught a pass in the low post, laid it in and drew a foul. She calmly walked back toward the free-throw line, all alone on the right side of the court and no one congratulated her at first. The show that Day was about to put on was just beginning.Day had just scored her sixth point, and Syracuse still trailed by four at the start of the third quarter, but it was the start of five straight points for Day and a furious second-half comeback that sparked the Orange to a 71-52 win over Georgia Tech.On SU’s next offensive possession, Day drove from the 3-point line, past a Yellow Jackets defender on the interior, and smoothly released a right-handed layup. Minutes later, Day scored again off a pass from Cornelia Fondren, building Syracuse’s lead and momentum.Assistant coach Tammi Reiss couldn’t contain herself to her seat. Head coach Quentin Hillsman was as far out onto the floor as the Carrier logo near midcourt.“Briana Day was tremendous,” Hillsman said. “… I thought she was amazing.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textDay notched her fourth double double of the season on Sunday in the Carrier Dome and led the way for SU (18-6, 8-3 Atlantic Coast) with 21 points and 12 rebounds in the 19-point victory. But Syracuse trailed by six at the half and Day’s explosive performance helped down GT (14-10, 4-7).Hillsman, as usual, didn’t run many plays designed to go to Day, but Day got open because Georgia Tech switched on ball screens, allowing her to be matched up with a point guard at times. That gave the 6-foot-4 Day a clear height advantage, and twice she drove to the hoop from the 3-point line, protecting the ball with her body.And when Day stayed down low, she beat the Yellow Jackets’ 6-foot Roddreka Rogers in the post. Day’s athleticism outmatched Rogers’ bigger frame and her ability to outjump GT helped the ACC’s fourth best rebounder grab seven offensive rebounds“She’s so long. … We didn’t get a body on her,” Georgia Tech head coach MaChelle Joseph said. “We tried to outjump her and you can’t outjump her. She’s way longer than any of us.”Day’s 21 points were the second most she’s scored in a game this season, but her most in a conference game. Entering Sunday, Day averaged 10.2 points and 7.7 boards and her performance was one that junior Alexis Peterson said Day was waiting to have.After picking up just four points and six rebounds in the first half, Day attracted Georgia Tech’s defense. Even so, Day dictated the game.“They were coming for me, really,” Day said. “It’s just about a will. You have to have a will to go in. So that’s what I did. Went in there fearless.”With eight minutes left, Day intercepted a Georgia Tech pass in transition. No one was in front of her as she pushed the ball in the opposite direction and laid in the easy two points. Day may have slipped after the layup, but Syracuse never let its six-point lead do the same the rest of the game.As time trickled out in the fourth quarter, Day stayed on the court and added to her already impressive stat line. But by then her work was done as she pushed a deficit into a lead and a lead into a comfortable cushion.“We couldn’t guard her,” Joseph said. “We had a really hard time with her inside.” Comments