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first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Asian Power:Japan’s distributed solar capacity is expected to become an increasingly important growth driver in its solar power sector over the coming decade as the country’s feed-in tariff (FiT) scheme for utility-scale projects is phased out amidst the underperformance of the competitive auctions mechanism, a report by Fitch Solutions revealed.The transition of projects with a capacity larger than 500kW as of 2019, to competitive auctions away from attractive FiTs, seeks to address the high costs associated with Japan’s renewables expansion. This comes especially as the idling of nuclear facilities following the Fukushima disaster, coupled with rising LNG and coal imports, have led to a spike in retail electricity prices.That said, Japan has struggled to manage the transition to an auctions system, with less capacity than expected having been awarded and cost deflation having been limited. In the country’s three first auctions, bids have trended at over $130/MWh (JPY14,200/MWh), which is substantially higher than comparably sized solar power markets, Fitch Solutions highlighted. The limited success was attributed to significant security deposit requirements, high labour costs, limitations to grid capacity availability and difficulties in acquiring land in suitable locations.Fitch Solutions also forecasts annual capacity additions to average 3.3GW between 2021 and 2024, which is a slowdown compared to the equivalent 5.5GW of added annual capacity forecasted over 2019 and 2020.“In large part, we expect distributed solar capacity to increasingly pick up the slack in Japan over the coming decade, with annual average capacity additions averaging 4GW between 2024 and 2028,” the firm highlighted.In line with increasing retail electricity prices, residential and commercial & industrial (C&I) consumers could look to deploy their own solar capacity in order to reduce their grid consumption and supply surplus generation back into the grid. Whilst the continued attractive FiT for solar installations smaller than 10kW could stimulate near-term growth in the segment, Fitch Solutions forecasts that both residential and C&I consumers will shift from grid-feed in towards self-consumption over the coming decade.More: Japan’s solar capacity to boom amidst FiT scheme phase-out Fitch analysis sees distributed solar driving Japanese market in the 2020slast_img read more


first_imgNZ Herald 7 May 2012A common fertility treatment used in New Zealand carries a one-in-10 risk of the baby having abnormalities, according to a major international study. Researchers from the University of Adelaide compared the risk of defects posed by common therapies, including IVF (in vitro fertilisation) and ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection). About 10 per cent of couples using ICSI were found to have a baby with abnormalities – such as bowel and urinary tract problems, heart and lung conditions and cerebral palsy – making it the riskiest treatment. This compared with IVF, which has a risk of 7.2 per cent. The procedure, which involves injecting a single sperm into an egg, is used in the public and the private sector. At least 1600 cycles of ICSI are carried out in New Zealand each year, 800 in Auckland. That mirrors numbers for IVF, said Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology spokeswoman Emma Parry.The 16-year study included more than 300,000 births in South Australia and followed the children’s development for five years. Of those, 6100 were assisted births and 18,000 of the babies were found to have birth defects.http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10803970last_img read more


first_imgHis arrival has given Head Coach lmama Amapakabo and his assistants more attacking options ahead of the tournament.The Olympic Eagles are expected to the leave shores of the country on Thursday for the tournament which holds 8th – 22nd November in Cairo, with Nigeria playing in Group B which also has Cote d’Ivoire, Zambia and South Africa.Another overseas –based professional in camp is Tom Dele-Bashiru, who featured for the U20 National Team, Flying Eagles, at the FIFA U20 World Cup finals in Poland in the summer.The 20 -year old midfielder plies his trade with English Premier League side Watford FC, and was born in the city of Manchester, England to Nigerian parents. He scored Nigeria’s third goal as the Flying Eagles obliterated Qatar 4-0 in their opening game of the FIFA U20 World Cup in Poland.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Overseas –based professional players, Tom Dele-Bashiru and Orji Okonkwo have joined the camp of the Nigeria U23 team, Olympic Eagles preparing for next month’s U23 Africa Cup of Nations taking place in Egypt.Earlier, midfield lubricator Kelechi Nwakali, who captained the U17 National Team to World Cup glory in Chile four years ago, had rejoined the squad that he helped secure victories over Libya and Sudan in the qualifiers to earn Nigeria a berth at the finals in Egypt.Okonkwo, who plays for Canadian side, Montreal Impact joined the rest of the team on Monday as the overseas –based professionals continued to stream into camp ahead of this week’s departure to Egypt.last_img read more


first_img Spotlight ups matchday commentary reach and capacity for new EPL Season  August 21, 2020 Share SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Share Related Articles Spotlight delivers Racing Post translated services for Pari-Engineering Russia August 26, 2020 Ron Hearn of JenningsBet has been crowned the 2017 Racing Post/SIS Betting Shop Manager of the Year.The 57-year-old, who has a betting shop career spanning 40 years, the last six of which have been spent with JenningsBet, beat seven other finalists from Ladbrokes, Coral, Megabet, Paddy Power Betfair and William Hill.Hearn, who told the Racing Post: “It is nice for an independent to win it and also for a little bit of recognition. After 40 years, I can now say every day was worth it,” also praised a very competitive field, adding: “The eight finalists here have been exceptional.“We formed a really strong bond at Doncaster in October and when they announced the regional winners on SIS, you just felt sorry for some of the mates you made a week earlier who hadn’t got through with you.”Before stressing the importance of punters, particularly of the younger generation: “In an ideal world, with each customer who comes in the door you have got to make them think they are the person you have opened the door for.“I still think it is a great industry. The thing is you need to encourage a few more youngsters in who are going to see it through.”Greg Knight, JenningsBet Managing Director, praised Hearn’s victory and the firms first in the competitions 30 year history, commenting: “It means an awful lot to the company because we have got a lot of experienced managers of 20, 25, 30 years plus and it is a recognition for them.“I also think it’s a recognition for the independent sector. You’ve heard Ron’s background, steeped in independent bookmakers over the years and it just shows how important it is.“It is about community. Ron’s worked in that shop now for 21 years, he knows everybody locally. He is part of the community and I think that’s extremely important. I am just made up for him personally.”The main prize for the award is a VIP trip to one of Singapore’s major race meeting, in addition to being guests in the SIS Ascot Box next month. Submit StumbleUponlast_img read more


first_imgThe Spanish international joined on a free transfer from West Ham in the summer transfer window and made his league debut replacing Alisson BeckerHe said: “[His experience] is the main thing, he knows what he is doing. He’s played a load of games, so he knows what it is about.“The reception he got [on Friday], I think he feels as though the supporters are already behind him.“Obviously when a keeper has to come off, it’s never too promising, so yes, I think everyone needs to get their head around [the fact] that he probably will be our keeper for the next few weeks and if so, then we have to live with that, embrace that and I’m sure he will learn from us.“We will be able to make good connections with him and I think a lot of the lads have made bonds with him already because he’s such a good lad off the pitch.“He’s a great lad to have around and obviously he is playing now, that is good for him and us.”The Brazilian number one goalkeeper is set to be out for about 4-8 weeks which means he will miss the Super Cup tie against Premier League rivals, Chelsea. Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has confirmed goalkeeper Alisson will be sidelined for the “next few weeks” with a calf injury.The Brazil international was subbed off in the 39th minute of Liverpool’s 4-1 win against Norwich in their Premier League opener on Friday.And Klopp expects to be without the Brazil international for a period of weeks.“[It’s] Not too cool. It’s a calf injury which takes him obviously out for a while,” the boss told Liverpoolfc.com.“I don’t want to make now [an] exact prognosis on when he will be back but it will not be Wednesday for sure, so now then we have to see. It takes a while, it takes a couple weeks for sure, and we have to see.“I saw already like ‘six weeks’ and stuff like this, but Ali was not a lot injured in his career so I would like to wait a little bit to see how he develops in that process now, but he is not in for the next few weeks.”However, Liverpool right-back, Trent Alexander Arnold has backed substitute goalkeeper, and new signing, Adrian to fill in the gap left by the Copa America winner.FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football – Premier League – Liverpool v Norwich City – Anfield, Liverpool, Britain – August 9, 2019, Liverpool’s Adrian celebrates after the match Action Images via Reuters/Carl Recinelast_img read more