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Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk Re-rostering gardai could open doors for criminals

first_imgFacebook Twitter Print Email NewsLocal NewsRe-rostering gardai could open doors for criminalsBy admin – April 4, 2012 445 WhatsAppcenter_img Advertisement “There will be no Garda with the kind of local knowledge which is vital in a community policing role.”NEW garda rosters are going to leave rural areas prey to criminals who will take advantage of knowledge that garda stations are unmanned. And calls have been made to bring back experienced, retired gardai in a private capacity as members are pulled from rural stations to deal with crime in larger towns.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Cllr John Sheahan a member of the Joint Policing Committee has raised the issue of new garda rosters.When contacted after this week’s meeting of the Committee he said it is his understanding that twin pressures of demand from larger towns for a garda presence to deal with anti-social behaviour and retirements under the Croke Park agreement, have resulted in the need for new arrangements.“There has been a huge number of retirements and clamour in the larger towns to have a stronger garda presence at busy times like weekends, which is understandable,” he told the Limerick Post.“But what will happen now is that there will be no Garda with the kind of local knowledge which is so important in a community policing role.  ‘The local guard meets people on the street who trust him and give him information. The patrol car which comes in from the big town 15 miles away for a couple of hours and then goes away again can’t replace that”.Referring to what he termed a “fear factor” in the absence of a locally stationed garda ,particularly among the elderly, he said:“It certainly could give encouragement to opportunistic crime.”.The councillor suggested a possible solution for falling garda numbers at the Joint Policing Committee.“We have so many gardai who have retired with their full 30 years experience on the force and their local knowledge and that is such a waste. There is an embargo on recruitment at the moment but it must be possible to bring these former members of the force back in some kind of private capacity.A garda spokesman confirmed there are “ongoing discussions” about policing arrangements but said that the Gardai will not discuss those arrangements or comment on them publicly. Linkedin Previous articleGreat Friday is backNext articleMan charged with possession of meat cleaver adminlast_img read more

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Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk British applications for Irish passports up 42% last year

first_img Previous articleDonegal Minister defends legislation on Mother & Baby homesNext articleFast food van targeted twice in one week News Highland British applications for Irish passports up 42% last year News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook Twitter Pinterest Twitter By News Highland – October 27, 2020 The number of British people who applied for an Irish passport for the first time increased by 42 per cent last year. It continues a sharp increase since the Brexit referendum in 2016.In 2015, 3,644 people who were born in Britain applied for an Irish passport for the first time.But there has been a sharp increase since the UK voted to leave the European Union in June 2016.In 2016, there were nearly 13,500 applications, rising to almost 25,000 in 2017 and over 30,000 in 2018.Last year, the Department of Foreign Affairs says over 43,000 British people applied for an Irish passport for the first time.The processing of applications has been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic this year but, by the end of last month, 22,197 people who were born in British applied for an Irish passport for the first time in 2020. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Google+center_img Facebook Pinterest Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Community Enhancement Programme open for applications WhatsApp Homepage BannerNews Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic last_img read more

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Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk Booth: Calling all women to hunt

first_img Kristin Booth didn’t really want a box turkey call.As an experienced turkey hunter, she was doing all right with the diaphragm call she was using.But, Donnie Richards of Brundidge, coaxed her into using one of his “Come Heah Tuh Me” box calls. Print Article Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Booth travels all across the country with Women in the Outdoors and frequently appears on nationally televised outdoor shows, encouraging women to learn to shoot and then get out and enjoy the hunt.“Hunting is fun and it’s rewarding,” Booth said. “Most women don’t know how to handle a gun so the first thing they must do to get into the sport of hunting is attend a hunter safety class and get a permit. Then, they are ready to learn to shoot but they need to practice and practice before going on a hunt.”Booth helps organize “all ladies” hunts and is in the process of organizing a hunt April 13-15 in Auburn.“We’ll have classes, including Donnie’s class on calling turkeys, before we go out on the hunt,” Booth said. “I enjoy calling the turkeys. It’s challenging and it’s a lot more rewarding to kill a turkey that you’ve called than one that someone else has called.” Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Book Nook to reopen “Donnie showed me how to use the call and the next day I killed two turkeys,” Booth said, laughing.Booth, 28, is an emergency room nurse practitioner who is also an event coordinator for Women in the Outdoors.“Women are discovering how much fun and rewarding hunting can be,” she said. “I’ve always enjoyed hunting. I was going hunting with my dad when my girl friends were going shopping. I tried to get them interested in the sport then and I’m still working to get more women interested in hunting, especially turkey hunting. It’s much easier to carry a two-pound turkey out of the woods than it is to drag a buck out.” Latest Stories Around the WebDoctor: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Health VideosIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthTop 4 Methods to Get Fortnite SkinsTCGThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancelcenter_img Published 11:50 pm Friday, March 9, 2012 Sponsored Content Booth is active with the National Wild Turkey Federation’s Women in the Outdoors program. It is the undisputed leader in creating opportunities for women, while teaching them about the great outdoors.“I enjoy deer hunting, too, but I encourage women to turkey hunt,” she said. “It’s a much more active sport. You’re up and down calling birds instead of sitting in a deer stand all day.”The 18th Annual Pike County Heritage Banquet will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Cattleman Park. The banquet is sponsored by the National Wild Turkey Federation, an organization that is dedicated to the conservation of the wild turkey and the preservation of the nation’s hunting heritage.Booth said the banquet is a family event and a good time for women to learn more about the opportunities available to them in the great outdoors.Tickets for the Heritage Banquet are $55 for individuals and $75 for couples.  Jake’s tickets for young people, ages 18 and under, are $20.Tickets are available by calling Darren Jordan at 268-0974 or Roy Medley at 334-735-2580 and will be available at the door. You Might Like CHHS seniors proud to share on ‘Wall of Fame’ With only 45 days left in the school year, Charles Henderson High School seniors stood before their peers and shared… read more By The Penny Hoarder Booth: Calling all women to hunt Email the author By Jaine Treadwell Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are…last_img read more

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Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk Motorola in talks with staff over 3,100 job losses

first_imgMotorola in talks with staff over 3,100 job lossesOn 1 May 2001 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. A consultative forum of Motorola workers and management has met to discussthe 3,100 job losses at its factory in Scotland. The Motorola cuts, announced last week, follow Ericsson’s decision to axe 10,000posts worldwide as the downturn in the US economy continues to bite. A spokesman for Motorola, which is not unionised, said the company hasalready started the consultative process with its workers at its Bathgatefactory in East Lothian, Scotland. The company has offered legal training to the 15 elected representativesfrom the workforce on the consultative forum who met with management includingHR senior managers to look at ways of reducing the impact of redundancies onthe local economy. These include the organisation of outplacement packages and details ofseverance pay. Swedish firm Ericsson is in the middle of talks with the AmalgamatedElectrical and Engineering Union over plans to cut jobs. As Personnel Today went to press, a meeting between Ericsson’s managementand union officials took place to discuss the number of jobs in the UKaffected. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Articlelast_img read more

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Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk Bees Swept By Iowa Cubs

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail(Des Moines, IA) — Jared Walsh and Roberto Pena homered as the Bees fell 5-2 to the Iowa Cubs on the road and were swept.Salt Lake drops to 51-and-70 on the season.The Bees will host El Paso tomorrow. Tags: Iowa Cubs/PCL/Salt Lake Bees Written by August 14, 2019 /Sports News – Local Bees Swept By Iowa Cubs Robert Lovelllast_img

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Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk Wärtsilä solutions chosen for first Japanese built LNG-fuelled ferries

first_imgThe new build project has been adopted for Japanese energy conservation rating system for coastal ships, a demonstration test programme to enhance operational efficiency The new MOL ferries will operate with the Wärtsilä 31DF engine running on LNG fuel. Wärtsilä will also supply the gearbox and the LNGPac, fuel storage, supply and control system. (Credit: Mitsui O.S.K. Lines.) The technology group Wärtsilä will provide a complete LNG package, comprising the Wärtsilä 31DF engine, gearbox, and LNGPac storage, supply and control system for two new ferries being built on behalf of Ferry Sunflower, a subsidiary of Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL). The ships are being built at Mitsubishi’s Shimonoseki shipyard in Japan, and will be the first LNG-fuelled ferries to be built in Japan. The order with Wärtsilä was booked in the second quarter of 2020. This newbuild project has been adopted for Japan’s energy conservation rating system for coastal ships, a demonstration test programme to enhance operational efficiency.. The Wärtsilä 31DF dual-fuel engine was chosen for these ferries specifically because of its very high efficiency. It also provides safe and continuous gas mode operation, which were other key requirements in the specification.“Wärtsilä’s vast experience and know-how in LNG solutions for the marine sector is again recognised with this landmark order for the first Japanese built LNG-fuelled ferries. We are able to offer LNG-based products and systems having a proven design and high performance, with a strong reference list that supports our value proposition,” says Keisuke Yasutake, Area Sales Manager, Wärtsilä Japan.“MOL is dedicated to reducing the environmental impact of its business activities, and these two ferries are being built in line with that objective. By operating on LNG they will have a greatly reduced carbon footprint, and the high-performance Wärtsilä engine fits our requirements perfectly,” says Mr Makoto Yamaguchi, General Manager, Technical Division, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines.The about 200 metres long ‘Sunflower Kurenai’ and ‘Sunflower Murasaki’ will be capable of carrying approximately 763 passengers, 136 trucks and 100 passenger cars at a speed of 22.5 knots. They are scheduled to commence operations in 2023 on the Osaka – Beppu route.Wärtsilä has had lengthy and strong relationships with both MOL and Mitsubishi. Mitsubishi Shipyards, for example, has delivered ferries, LNG carriers, and a seismic research vessel all with Wärtsilä engines. Source: Company Press Releaselast_img read more

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Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk Charges for suspects accused of attacking a homeless wheelchair bound man

first_img Pinterest By Carl Stutsman – September 2, 2020 2 251 Previous articleElkhart woman charged with arson after home fireNext articleHundreds of layoffs announced by Noble County company Carl Stutsman Pinterest Charges for suspects accused of attacking a homeless wheelchair bound man WhatsApp Screenshot from CCTV footage provided by Elkhart Police The attack happened in the late night hours June 30th as 61-year-old Donnie Jackson was trying to sleep in his wheelchair outside the Central Christian Church on Franklin Street. Video of the attack went viral as police asked for public help, and the suspects were quickly identified.Now, Felicia Ware and Antrell Omar are being charged with robbery by force. Jackson, a double amputee, has positively identified Ware and Omar from pictures provided by police.Each has a bond set at $25,000. . Facebook Google+ Google+ Twitter Twitter Facebook IndianaLocalNews WhatsApplast_img read more

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Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk Gov’t Mule Announces 2017 New Year’s Run

first_imgGov’t Mule have announced their Mule Year’s run! On December 29, Warren Haynes, Matt Abts, Danny Louis, and Jorgen Carlsson will get the party started at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, NJ. From there, Gov’t Mule will return to The Beacon Theatre in New York, NY for their annual celebration on December 30 and 31. Positioned in the heart of New York City, the band traditionally welcomes a bevy of special guests and themes during their NYE throw down.Last year, Gov’t Mule didn’t reveal their theme until the nights of the performances, closing out the run with a huge tribute to the musicians lost in 2016. Previous years have included tributes to the Allman Brothers Band, The Band, and Grateful Dead. As 2017 continues to drop the count of legendary musicians, especially those connected to frontman Warren Haynes, a tribute similar to last year is expected and hoped for.VIP Pre-Sales for the 2017 Mule Year’s run begin next Wed. September 27, with General Tickets On Sale Fri. September 29.Dec 29 at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, NJ: VIP / TixDec 30 at The Beacon Theatre in New York, NY: VIP / TixDec 31 at The Beacon Theatre in New York, NY: VIP / TixCheck out videos from Sean Roche and the full setlist from 2016’s blowout below.Setlist: Gov’t Mule | The Beacon Theatre | New York, NY | 12/31/16Set 1:New Year’s Eve (Warren Solo)Larger Than LifeThorazine Shuffle >Funny Little Tragedy > with Message In A Bottle lyricsThorazine Shuffle RepriseChild Of The EarthWhich Way Do We RunBrighter DaysBirth Of The Mule with Oz Noy; Hottentot teaseSco-Mule with Oz Noy; Smoke On The Water teaseSet 2:Maggot Brain > with Marc Quiñones & Chronic Horns; Auld Lang Syne themeFlash Light with Marc Quiñones, Chronic Horns, Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 Singers; First time playedRed Hot Mama with Marc Quiñones, Chronic Horns, Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 Singers; First time playedTight Rope with Marc Quiñones, Chronic Horns, Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 Singers; First time playedDelta Lady with Marc Quiñones, Chronic Horns, Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 SingersTake It Easy with Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 Singers; First time playedAlready Gone > with Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 Singers; First time played100 Days, 100 Nights with Chronic Horns, Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 Singers; First time playedMidnight Rider with Marc Quiñones, Chronic Horns, Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 SingersLucky Man > with Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 Singers; First time playedHallelujah without Matt Abts & Jorgen CarlssonBird On A Wire with Chronic Horns,, Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 SingersAngel Band > with Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 SingersMama Tried with Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 Singers; First time playedShining Star > with Marc Quiñones, Chronic Horns, Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 Singers; First time playedGetaway with Marc Quiñones, Chronic Horns, Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 Singers; First time playedDescending with Marc Quiñones,All The Young Dudes with Jimmy Vivino, Chronic Horns, Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 Singers; First time playedRebel Rebel with Jimmy Vivino & Marc Quiñones; First time playedKiss with Jimmy Vivino, Marc Quiñones, Chronic Horns, Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 Singers; First time playedLet’s Go Crazy with Jimmy Vivino, Marc Quiñones, Chronic Horns, Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 Singers; First time playedEncore:Purple Rain with Marcus King, Jimmy Vivino, Marc Quiñones, Chronic Horns, Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 Singers; First time playedAll The Young Dudes (Reprise) with Marcus King, Jimmy Vivino, Marc Quiñones, Chronic Horns, Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 Singers; First time playedChronic Horns (Pam Fleming, Jenny Hill & Buford O’Sullivan)Jasmine Muhammad & The Sweet ’16 Singers (Tamara Jade, Tesia Kwarteng)last_img read more

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Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk Silk Road Project moves to Harvard

first_imgAbout the Silk Road ProjectThe Silk Road Project is a not-for-profit artistic, cultural, and educational organization with a vision of connecting the world’s neighborhoods by bringing together artists and audiences around the globe. Founded by cellist Yo-Yo Ma in 1998 as a catalyst to promote innovation and learning through the arts, the Silk Road Project takes inspiration from the historic Silk Road trading routes as a modern metaphor for multicultural and interdisciplinary exchange. Under the artistic direction of Ma and the leadership of CEO and Executive Director Laura Freid, the project presents performances by the Silk Road Ensemble, engages in cross-cultural exchanges and residencies, leads workshops for students, and partners with leading cultural institutions to create educational materials and programs. Developing new music is a central mission of the Silk Road Project, which has been involved in commissioning and performing more than 60 new musical and multimedia works from composers and arrangers from around the world. About Yo-Yo MaThe many-faceted career of cellist Yo-Yo Ma is testament to his continual search for new ways to communicate with audiences and to his personal desire for artistic growth and renewal. Ma maintains a balance between his engagements as a soloist with orchestras worldwide and his recital and chamber music activities. His discography encompasses more than 75 albums, including 16 Grammy Award winners. One of his goals is the investigation of music as a means of communication and a vehicle for the migration of ideas; in 1998 he established the Silk Road Project to promote the study of cultural, artistic, and intellectual traditions along the ancient Silk Road trade routes.Ma was born in Paris to Chinese parents who later moved the family to New York. He began to study the cello at age 4, attended the Juilliard School, and in 1976 graduated from Harvard University. He has received numerous awards, including the 1978 Avery Fisher Prize, the 1999 Glenn Gould Prize, the 2001 National Medal of Arts, the 2006 Sonning Prize, the 2006 Dan David Prize, and the 2008 World Economic Forum’s Crystal Award. In 2006, he was designated a United Nations Messenger of Peace by then Secretary-General Kofi Annan. In 2007, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon extended his appointment. In January 2009, at the invitation of President-Elect Barack Obama, Ma played in the quartet performance of John Willliams’ “Air and Simple Gifts” at the 56th Inauguration Day ceremony. The Silk Road Project will move its headquarters to Harvard University this summer, strengthening a partnership between the University and the world-renowned organization that promotes innovation and learning through the arts.Harvard President Drew Faust and Yo-Yo Ma ’76, the project’s founder and artistic director, today (April 13) announced that the relocation of the Silk Road Project from Rhode Island to Harvard-owned property at 175 North Harvard St. in Allston this July will enable new artistic and cultural opportunities at the University and in surrounding communities.“We will act as a working laboratory, exploring intersections between the arts and academics, seeking passionate learning across disciplines and cultures,” said Ma, the acclaimed cellist who founded the project in 1998. “I am thrilled that our partnership with Harvard has resulted in this renewal of our joint commitment to learning through the arts. I am looking forward to an exciting collaboration with Harvard faculty and students.”The Silk Road Project is a nonprofit artistic, cultural, and educational organization with a vision of connecting the world’s neighborhoods by bringing together artists and audiences. The announcement marked the second time Harvard has welcomed a major not-for-profit organization to Allston in as many months, and it represented a milestone in Faust’s initiative to better integrate the arts into the cognitive life of the University.“The Silk Road Project is a thriving example of how the arts enhance our understanding of the world,” said Faust. “This new, closer relationship between Harvard and the Silk Road Project will create educational opportunities that will benefit our local communities as well as our students.”The new partnership builds on the success of a relationship between the Silk Road Project and Harvard, begun in 2005, that has already inspired multidisciplinary college courses as well as numerous workshops and performances involving members of the project and Harvard undergraduate musicians. The new Silk Road Project headquarters’ location — in space shared with the Harvard Allston Education Portal — provides opportunities for further cultural collaborations that will benefit the Harvard community and its neighbors.The Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma will give annual public performances at Harvard, and Silk Road Ensemble musicians and artists will be available to take part in classroom work on campus, through performance, discussion, and collaborative projects.The Silk Road Project’s move to Allston highlights Harvard’s ongoing stewardship of its properties and active engagement in Allston. In addition to today’s announcement, Harvard recently repurposed one of its properties to serve as a temporary community skating rink and announced that the world headquarters of Earthwatch, a leading scientific research and environmental education organization, was coming to the neighborhood.“The Silk Road Project and Earthwatch are great examples of the kinds of vibrant organizations we can bring to Allston,” said Harvard Executive Vice President Katherine Lapp. “These are not-for-profit organizations with priorities that mesh nicely with Harvard’s educational mission, and bringing them into the neighborhood opens up a world of possibilities for collaborations that will benefit the community.”Faust has raised the profile of the arts on the Harvard campus following the recommendations of a University-wide Task Force on the Arts that she named in 2007. The task force report encouraged new artistic programming and more opportunities for arts-making as a way of moving the arts already prevalent in the Harvard community closer to the curriculum. In the past year, 12 General Education and departmental courses and 15 freshman seminars integrated arts-making into their syllabi, and the number of venues for the practice, viewing, or performing of the arts online and on campus has increased. About the Silk Road EnsembleThe Silk Road Ensemble is a collective of internationally renowned musicians, composers, arrangers, visual artists, and storytellers from more than 20 countries. Each ensemble member’s career illustrates a unique response to what is one of the artistic challenges of our times: nourishing global connections while maintaining the integrity of art rooted in authentic traditions. Many of the musicians first came together under the artistic direction of Yo-Yo Ma at a workshop at Tanglewood Music Center in Massachusetts in 2000. Since then, in various configurations, ensemble artists have collaborated on a range of musical and multimedia projects, presenting innovative performances that explore the relationship between tradition and innovation in music from the East and West. The Silk Road Ensemble has recorded five albums and performed to critical acclaim throughout Asia, Europe, and North America.center_img “The interchange of music, art, culture, and ideas is the heart of our artistic programming and our educational work,” said Laura Freid, chief executive officer and executive director of the Silk Road Project. “Entering into this deeper relationship with Harvard and fully integrating into the Harvard campus will allow us to enrich our ongoing explorations of the Silk Road as a metaphor for cultural exchange and interdisciplinary collaboration.” About Harvard and the artsThe arts abound at Harvard. Blending theory, practice, and passion across a diverse curricular and extracurricular landscape, Harvard is home to a vibrant and dedicated community that celebrates, interrogates, and practices art. The arts require a prominent place at a research institution because they inspire creative thinking and leadership. As the December 2008 Task Force on the Arts Report said, a university that wants to be a place where dreams are born and exciting collaborations push the boundaries of knowledge must include the practice of the arts in the curriculum and embrace it as an integral part of intellectual life on campus.last_img read more

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Category: ofvadtdaztjlvjwk Renewables to account for 85% of global electricity by 2050

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享PV Magazine:A new report from DNV GL forecasts a bright future for renewable energy, predicting that by 2050 electricity demand will increase 140% to become the largest form of energy consumed, and that 85% of this electricity will be generated from renewable sources.Industry analysts DNV GL predict that solar will be a leading source of energy by 2050, responsible for around one third of the global electricity supply.The report, the first edition of a new annual publication from DNV GL, aims to forecast the ‘most likely’ future for energy through to 2050. Its key findings are that overall energy demand will stop growing within the next 15 years – thanks to increased efficiency and slower population/productivity growth, that much of the existing demand will shift to electricity – as the transport and heating sectors are increasingly electrified, and that the electricity supply will be dominated by renewables – responsible for 85% globally.“The very large increases in PV and wind capacity do not appear to introduce any insuperable new issues in order to maintain secure electricity systems,” states the report. “Such major penetration is beginning to take place in various European grids, and the system operators have shown themselves capable of addressing problems. As penetration increases further, so will innovation.”DNV GL: Renewables to account for 85% of global electricity by 2050 Renewables to account for 85% of global electricity by 2050last_img read more

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