E.ON is expanding its service business in operation and maintenance of offshore wind farms in the UK. The company said that going forward it will also be offering services to onshore wind farms in the UK and Italy.The service scope will cover full as well as tailored operation and maintenance solutions for wind farm owners in these countries. Both markets have a combined installed wind capacity of more than 25,000 megawatts.”We are able to draw on our experience in operating our own wind farms and apply it to the services we provide in Italy and the UK. We anticipate an increase in demand for maintaining and overseeing sites, since the warranty periods for many of these installations is set to expire,” said Anja Isabel-Dotzenrath, Chair of the Executive Board at E.ON Climate & Renewables.The offers for the two new markets cover the entire spectrum of operation and maintenance activities for onshore as well as for offshore operations in the UK.E.ON Climate & Renewables has been active in the wind service market in Sweden and the US since 2015. Since January 2017, these services are also available to wind farm owners in Germany. The operation and maintenance service in these markets includes site management, major correctives and wind farm optimization.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — There are a few tournaments Rickie Fowler would really like to win: any of the four majors, the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course and the Waste Management Phoenix Open.He is now 18 holes away from a victory at the latter. Fowler finished the third round at the Phoenix Open with eight birdies, five of which came on the front nine. By the time he made the turn, he put just enough distance between himself and the rest of the 36-hole leaders. He carded a 7-under 64 for first place (20 under)[email protected] takes a 4-shot lead into Sunday.#LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/oq1IXj2r0U— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 2, 2019″(I’m) just playing solid golf,” Fowler said. “I’m looking forward to tomorrow. There’s 18 holes left, a lot of work, but we’re in a good spot.” Related News Phoenix Open: Rickie Fowler in sole possession of 1st place after shooting 6-under 65 Matt Kuchar is in sole possession of second place (16 under) after shooting a 6-under 65. Justin Thomas rounded out the top three after he carded 3-under 68.Kuchar climbed three spots up the leaderboard after a mistake-free round highlighted by six birdies. Thomas, however, wasn’t as fortunate. He had two bogeys on the front nine which sandwiched one of his five birdies. He was able to edge out Byeong-hun An and Branden Grace for third-place (15 under) and a spot in the final group Sunday.”I hit a very nice back nine to at least keep myself in it,” Thomas said. “There’s a good chance it might take something special for me tomorrow but I like the fact at least that I got my way in that final group and I’m going to know what [Rickie] is doing.”Hopefully I can get off to a hot start and maybe put a little bit of heat on him.”An and Grace are tied for fourth place (13 under). An, who has yet to win on the PGA Tour, is in contention after shooting 5-under 66. Grace had an eagle on the par-5 13th hole but three bogeys stained his scorecard. He finished 2-under 69.Gary Woodland, last year’s Phoenix Open champion, is in a two-way tie with Bubba Watson for sixth place (12 under). Watson had three consecutive birdies on the front nine, but after the turn had two bogeys to go along with two more birdies. He carded 3-under 68.Birdie-Birdie-Birdie for @BubbaWatson.He’s T2 at the @WMPhoenixOpen. #LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/YjFJfGFj3b— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 2, 2019Woodland was able to improve on his two-day total and move into the top 10. “It was a nice finish. I played really well today,” he said. “(I’m) just hoping Rickie wouldn’t run too far away from us because tomorrow, hopefully, the golf course is softened up a little bit and we’ll play aggressive. But I’m happy with where I’m at.”Showers are in the forecast for the final day of play which will begin at 8:45 a.m. local time with the leaders teeing off at 10:45 a.m.
Director of Segway Central Coast, Ron Bell Source = Segway Central Coast Mt. Penang Parklands, 20 August 2012, Central Coast based tourist destination Segway Central Coast is in the running for the 2012 Hunter & Central Coast Tourism Awards, as a finalist in the New Tourism Development category.Based at Mt. Penang Parklands, Segway Central Coast offers Segway ride experiences for people aged 9-89 with a variety of different packages available, depending upon numbers in the group, skill level and if the group is there for fun with friends and family or as a team bonding experience. Director Ron Bell is thrilled with the finalist nomination. “To be acknowledged as a leader in the Tourism Development category is a fantastic recognition of our business.”“At Segway Central Coast we want to offer our customers an experience they’ll never forget. In return, the positive feedback and encouragement allows us to continue to build the business and strive for bigger goals – such as the 2012 Hunter & Central Coast Tourism Awards” says Ron. With Segway Central Coast’s first anniversary of operation just around the corner, the next few months will well and truly focus on celebrating their achievements and ensuring the next 12 months are even more successful and enjoyable for their customers. “The 12 months have been a fun learning curve, much like our rides; we were a finalist in the Central Coast Tourism 52 Secrets campaign earlier this year and with this latest nod, we’re looking forward to continuing this wave of success – considering we’re a small player in the bigger tourism scene we’re happy to have made it this far!” says Ron. The Hunter Central Coast Tourism Awards judging process includes a site visit by tourism officials and a written submission. The winners will be announced at a gala dinner on 30th August at Cypress Lakes Resort, Hunter Valley. “We’re hoping for a great outcome on the night, however if we’re not successful, we’ll still be pleased” adds Ron.