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Navy Close to Deal to Develop Solar Array at NAS Jacksonville

first_imgThe Navy expects to complete a deal shortly with a utility to build a solar farm on 50 acres at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Fla. The project is estimated to generate 5 megawatts of electricity that would be delivered to the commercial grid, reported WOKV. An environmental assessment determined the project would not have a significant impact.“The solar project would benefit both the local community and the Navy, bringing renewable energy to the area and energy security with it being on Navy property,” Sue Brink, a spokeswoman for Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast, told the radio station.The secretary of the Navy set a goal for the service’s shore-based operations to acquire one-half of their electricity needs from renewable sources by 2020. After surpassing the secretary’s goal of bringing one gigawatt of renewable energy into procurement by the end of 2015, the Navy now is exploring the latest advances such as battery storage, electrification, fuel cells and microgrids to further enhance its energy security, operational capability, strategic flexibility and resource availability. Dan Cohen AUTHORlast_img read more

Trump reportedly will ban Chinese telecom equipment next week

first_img • Tags Mobile World Congress 2019 Jul 9 • Killer cameras and battery life might meet their match in the Note 10 The White House wants to get the order out ahead of Mobile World Congress to highlight the importance of cybersecurity in contracts for tech infrastructure, Politico noted.This comes after a report that the US State Department is discouraging European countries from using equipment made by Huawei in their 5G rollouts — the latest step in the saga surrounding that company.Neither the White House, Huawei nor ZTE immediately responded to requests for comment.In August, Trump signed a bill prohibiting the US government and its contractors from buying certain equipment from ZTE, Huawei and other Chinese companies, prompting some universities to review and replace gear.CNET Magazine: Check out a sample of the stories in CNET’s newsstand edition.CNET en Español: Get all your tech news and reviews in Spanish. 6 FBI director slams Huawei and ZTE phones Jun 1 • The Nubia Alpha looks like either a house arrest bracelet or Batman’s phone Share your voice Comments Now playing: Watch this:center_img Jun 29 • Galaxy S10 5G, OnePlus 7 Pro LG V50 ThinQ 5G: Why you shouldn’t rush to buy a 5G phone See All President Donald Trump may sign an executive order that hits Chinese telecoms next week. Chris Kleponis / Getty Images President Donald Trump is likely to ban Chinese telecom equipment from US wireless networks by signing an executive order as soon as next week, according to Politico.The administration wants to issue the order before Mobile World Congress, Politico reported Thursday, citing three anonymous sources. MWC 2019, the world’s largest mobile industry show, runs from Feb. 25 to 28 in Barcelona.The order, which was previously expected in January, would have a major impact on Huawei and ZTE even if it doesn’t name them specifically. The two Chinese mobile giants have been accused by the US government of posing national security risks. May 13 • Galaxy S10E vs. iPhone XR: Every spec compared Security Mobile Politics 1:11 ZTE Huawei reading • Trump reportedly will ban Chinese telecom equipment next week Mobile World Congress 2019last_img read more

Bhatpara bypolls marred by violence narrow escape for Madan Mitra

first_imgKolkata: Amid violent clashes between workers of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Trinamool Congress, with hurling of bombs and ransacking of two police vehicles, the Bhatpara Assembly constituency turned into a battleground during the by-polls on Sunday.Three persons have been injured in the violence with 18 persons being arrested so far. The by-polls were necessitated after Arjun Singh, who defected to the BJP from Trinamool Congress, resigned as Bhatpara’s MLA to contest the Lok Sabha polls. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataMadan Mitra, the Trinamool candidate in Bhatpara constituency, alleged that Arjun Singh had resorted to violence as he knows that BJP will lose the by-election. The Election Commission has already sought a report on the violence. According to sources, Mitra on Sunday visited the polling booths one after another and around 12 pm while he was present at Kankinara High School, he saw that Central Force personnel were not checking the identity of the persons entering the polling booths. When he reportedly asked the jawans why was this happening, a heated exchange broke out. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateMitra alleged that BJP had arranged outsiders to cast false votes in favour of the candidates. Significantly in the Bhatpara by-election, BJP leader Arjun Singh’s son Pawan is contesting against Mitra. “Several persons could be seen entering polling premises wearing half pants. No police personnel or Central Force jawans were seen doing their duties. When I asked them about why they were not checking the identities of the voters, I was confronted,” said Mitra. Sources informed that after visiting Kankinara High School, when Mitra was on his way to another booth at Kantapukur area, several miscreants allegedly backed by the BJP hurled bombs targeting his car. But no harm was done as he immediately turned his car and left the area. Later, a Trinamool party office was allegedly set on fire by the BJP workers. As the situation worsened, the Central Force jawans lathi-charged to disperse the mob. There were attempts to reportedly snatch firearm from a jawan as well. Later, Commissioner of Police (CP), Barrackpore, Sunil Kumar Choudhary went to Kantapukur in Kankinara along with the Rapid Action Force (RAF). “We have asked for a factual report from the district administration,” Additional Chief Electoral Officer Sanjay Basu said. It is alleged that BJP has used the non-Bengali people who used to work in the jute mills that have been shut down for the past few years. Those jobless people have joined the BJP and are working as musclemen for the saffron party. In the afternoon at around 4 pm, Arjun went to the spot and alleged that Mitra was trying to create problems in the area. Condemning the violence in Kankinara, Trinamool spokesperson Derek O’Brien issued a media statement where he also alleged that the Central Forces are doing as they have been instructed by the BJP. In the statement he said: “Central forces, taking orders from BJP, mercilessly beating up citizens and Trinamool workers. Bombs hurled, open fire on citizens. BJP is resorting to high level of violence in the Bhatpara Assembly by-poll. This is dangerous for democracy. Goons of Arjun Singh have hurled bombs and even attacked the Trinamool candidate Madan Mitra.”last_img read more

Trafalgars 20202021 Asia Program includes nine new itineraries

first_img<< Previous PostNext Post >> Tags: Asia, Trafalgar Posted by Thursday, July 25, 2019 TORONTO — Nine new trips have been unveiled as part of Trafalgar’s 2020/2021 Asia program, bringing its total offering in the region to 32 trips across nine countries.“We are so excited to be unlocking more of Asia in 2020/2021, with our nine new trips being a reflection of how much our clients love exploring Asia with Trafalgar,” said Janice Farnum, the brand’s Director of Product for Asia and Africa. “With four nights in each destination, one of my personal favourites, which I know clients will love, is our new Saigon and Bangkok Explorer. They can settle into the rhythms of these iconic cities and really feel like a local – which is what we’re all about.”New additions include the ‘Saigon and Bangkok Explorer’, which is part of the company’s ‘City Explorer’ series. Available as a nine-day standalone trip or with a three-day Phuket extension, this trip includes a ‘Be My Guest’ experience featuring a farm-to-table lunch on an organic farm outside Ho Chi Minh, and a factory visit to learn about the silk industry.More news:  Sunwing offers ultimate package deal ahead of YXU flights to SNU, PUJAlso new is ‘Colourful India – Celebrate Holi’ featuring Diwali, the Festival of Light. Guests will don traditional attire and join a local family to take part in the ‘puja’, a sacred ritual and offering to Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth.Trafalgar is also extending its ‘Be My guest’ series to include a brand new Japanese Kaiseki and Tea Experience, during which clients will participate in a Yamato tea drinking ceremony with a local family.Moreover, the company continues to stay true to its commitment to using travel as a force for good by including at least one ‘JoinTrafalgar’ experience on every Asia itinerary. These experiences allow clients to make a meaningful difference in the places they visit, and include a performance by a group of blind youth musicians, which supports the Ho Chi Minh Blind Centre that provides training for the visually impaired.“With the colours of Holi, our incredible ‘Be My Guests,’ our wonderful Travel Directors and experiences that ignite the senses, Trafalgar Asia 2020/2021 offers more for clients than ever before. With JoinTrafalgar initiatives on all our Asia itineraries, I’m proud we can enable clients to make a positive impact in the places we visit. It’s a travel experience you cannot get elsewhere,” added Farnum.center_img Travelweek Group Share Trafalgar’s 2020/2021 Asia Program includes nine new itinerarieslast_img read more