Roundtables

A limit to the size of photovoltaic modules – pv magazine India

There is a threshold at which big becomes too big when it comes to the size of PV modules, argues Hongbin Fang, director of product marketing at Longi Solar. Fang recently told pv magazine’s Roundtables USA event that despite the size limitations, there is still a lot of efficiency and …

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Request for stakeholder feedback on the scope and inputs of the analysis of net zero emissions pathways

Recent documents published Alberta’s electricity sector is undergoing significant change. This change is driven by multiple factors within the power system and beyond. New technologies, carbon policy, widespread electrification and a societal desire for cleaner forms of energy are creating substantial and rapid changes throughout the electricity value chain, from …

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AG Bonta State Talks Housing Crisis With Residents Of Modesto

California Attorney General Rob Bonta addresses community members at the King-Kennedy Memorial Center in southwest Modesto on December 13, 2021. Kristina karisch [email protected] In a community talk Monday night about the statewide housing crisis, a Modesto resident said she knew people who, unable to afford anything more, rent and live …

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Five African countries shine a light on renewable energies by proposing powerful investment projects in the energy market in Africa

Five African countries presented their investment cases at the recent Africa Energy Marketplace, which brought together governments, the private sector and development partners to highlight strategic projects and key energy sector reforms. Country pitches also highlighted the importance of renewable resources among their top priorities. The theme of Africa’s Fifth …

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Val Demings Stops At Cuban Cafe In West Tampa, Talks About Latin American Voting, Sings Happy Birthday

Bella canasi had a lot of birthdays. Saturday was his 93rd. And like most Saturdays, the Cuban-born Canasi who has lived in Tampa since 1961, sat at a long table at Arco Iris Restaurant and Cafe in West Tampa with her family, sometimes five generations, for a café con leche. …

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In Bob Dole’s Legacy, McGovern Sees What Congress Can Do To End Hunger | News

WASHINGTON – For Massachusetts Democrat Jim McGovern, the Sunday death of former Senator Bob Dole marks the loss of not only a lawmaker who left his mark on a cause McGovern has made his own, but also someone willing to work with an ideological opposed to doing so. McGovern often …

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Sargodha University, others organize a round table

SARGODHA – The Sargodha University Research and Commercialization Office, in collaboration with the Pakistan Research Center for a Community with Shared Future (ICSF), Communication University of China, hosted a panel discussion on the Chinese Premier’s vision Xi Jinping: a community with a shared future in contemporary times’ at the Auditorium …

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For second week in a row, Lightfoot leaves town on business, fundraising trip

For the second week in a row, Mayor Lori Lightfoot leaves Chicago on an out-of-town trip that mixes business and fundraising. Last week, Lightfoot was on a lobbying / fundraising trip to Washington, DC. She missed a special city council meeting where rival Latino and black caucuses missed the December …

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Remembering Syracuse Basketball Pioneer Manny Breland: “It’s Amazing How Many People He Had To Impact”

Syracuse, NY – As a longtime educator, principal and coach, Manny Breland has made an impact on the lives of those he has taught, coached and mentored. As the first black player to earn a basketball scholarship to Syracuse University, where he played from 1952 to 1957, Breland paved the …

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Tech giants recruit moms and pop stores as antitrust allies

Online platforms have made Mimi Striplin’s dream of selling handmade jewelry possible. Initially selling her earrings and handbags on Etsy Inc., Striplin built up enough customer base to quit her daily job, market her products on Facebook, and eventually open a store on Spring Street in Charleston, SC, where new …

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