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Canadian ORPC branch seeks project manager

first_imgEMARQ, a wholly-owned Canadian subsidiary of Ocean Renewable Power Company (ORPC), is recruiting for a project manager to oversee the development of marine renewable energy projects in Canada.The successful candidate will be accountable for the planning and execution of projects, including developing project scope, objectives, schedule and budget involving all relevant stakeholders and ensuring technical feasibility, ORPC said.Requiring a minimum 5 years’ experience with project management in marine energy related projects, ORPC added that other responsibilities for the post include coordinating internal resources and third parties/vendors to ensure that all projects are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget.EMARQ, short for Énergies Marines Renouvelables Québécoises, was established in 2015 with headquarters in Montreal.ORPC, a US-based hydrokinetic developer headquartered in Maine, has twenty-two employees working in three countries, according to the most recent available information.The company is developing tidal energy projects in Alaska, and Maine in the US, and across the Atlantic in Ireland. Illustration (Photo: ORPC)last_img read more

Wheatshocker Nationals on Tap for URSS

first_imgHAYS, Kan. – After last week’s three races in six days, the United Rebel Sprint Series will next head this Saturday and Sunday, July 14 and 15 to the 10th running of the Wheatshocker Nationals at RPM Speedway in Hays, Kan., for their opening weekend of the Ellis County Fair.Oklahoma’s Andy Shouse took home top honors in last years event, collecting the $2000 winner’s share and also taking home the custom Pit Boss Pellet Grille furnished by Lance Pittmann of S&W Supply/Federated Auto Parts of Hays for being the top point earner of the two-day event.This year’s event will once again pay $2,000 to the winner with $200 to start in Saturday’s championship feature. Pittman will once again furnish a custom Pit Boss Pellet Grille to the overall high point driver of the two-day show.This year promises a great field of cars as many of the top drivers from Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska and Oklahoma will converge on the 3/8 mile oval in Hays to compete in one of the most prestigious races on the URSS schedule.2017 URSS champion Zach Blurton leads the current point standings coming in to the weekend followed by Ty Williams, Brian Herbert, Chad Salem and Tyler Knight rounding out the top five.Races start at 7 p.m. both nights. Both nights will be broadcast on racinboys.com with Kyler Fetters calling the action live.last_img read more

Hockey coach calls for governmental support

first_imgThe coach of the National U-21 female Hockey team Ben Odametey says the performance of the both the male and female national teams in the just ended hockey tourney in South Africa should spur government on to provide the necessary infrastructure to propel the sports forward.According to him, the performance of the female side who are now ranked 2nd on the continent is ample evidence that given the right support and infrastructure, the team could compete with the very best on the continent.He expressed his misgivings at the lack of quality astro turfs to nurse the next generation of hockey stars.Coach Odamtten was speaking to Joy Sports on the prospects of team Ghana and the need for governmental support.“As you know, the female team is currently ranked second on the continent even with the meager resources available to us. We have strived to get to the very top through hard work but that alone is not enough. A certain level of governmental support will do us a world of good. As a nation, we have only one astro turf which is not good enough. The sad thing is it is located in the southern sector thus people who are interested in the sport in other regions rarely get to benefit in anyway. We pray the government comes to our aid in this regard so that we can also compete with the South Africans and beyond.”The female hockey team came out tops in the just ended hockey U-21 Championship which ended in South Africa a couple of days ago.last_img read more