According to a report at Zion Market Research, global offshore wind energy market size was valued at USD 20.3 billion in 2016 and is expected to reach USD 57.2 billion in 2022, growing at a CAGR of 16.2% between 2017 and 2022. Growing share of renewable energy is expected to drive the global offshore wind energy market share, the report says, with increasing awareness about climate change and technological development expected to further boost the market. On the other hand, factors listed as those that hamper the market growth are high costs, risks, and supply chain bottlenecks related to offshore wind energy projects.Europe dominated the global offshore wind energy market in 2016. Countries such as the UK, Germany, Denmark, Netherlands, Belgium, and Sweden among others are leading players in Europe offshore wind energy market.Asia Pacific came in second, after Europe, in terms of offshore wind energy cumulative installed capacity. China is the leading player in Asia Pacific offshore wind energy market, and that market is expected to grow at the fastest rate across the globe. Japan, South Korea, and India among others are expected to further boost the market during the forecast period, according to the report titled “Offshore Wind Energy Market (By Foundation Type: Monopile, Jacket, Tripod, and Floating; and By Water Depth: Shallow Water and Deep Water): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2016 – 2022”.The U.S. is also expected to witness numerous offshore wind energy projects during the forecast period.Some other countries including Finland, Ireland, Spain, Norway, and Portugal are also expected to boost the global offshore wind energy market during the forecast period.
The National Subsea Research Initiative (NSRI) has elected two new board members as it looks to expand its capabilities in the growing renewables, mining, defence and aquaculture sectors.Following a strategic review, NSRI identified the need to restructure in order to reflect the global energy transition.Although still heavily focused on the oil and gas market, the organisation will be looking to enhance its offerings to better support other offshore sectors.Simon Cheeseman, of the ORE Catapult and Claus Hjoerringgaard of Wood Clean Energy have joined the board of NSRI to support the organisation’s plans to support UK companies break into multiple energy markets.Under the leadership of NSRI chairman, Peter Blake, the newly elected board members should ensure the organisation continues to foster strong links with the UK supply chain and academia to address the technology needs of the current and future energy mix.Blake, commented: “With our new board in place, our main focus for 2018 is to ensure that we continue to help companies and developers overcome the barriers of diversification to make their mark in the wider offshore sector. While oil and gas is likely to hold strong and dominate the global energy supply for years to come, subsea companies also need to look at how they can adapt and expand their presence across multiple markets.”
“Kayasayang but anyway maybe in the — in a few days kung hindi na ako – lalo nakung hindi na ako presidente, about two years from now, I could devote mytime lecturing,” the Chief Executive added. “Kaya sayang but anyway maybe in the — in a few days kung hindi na ako – lalo na kung hindi na ako presidente, about two years from now, I could devote my time lecturing,” says President Rodrigo Duterte. AFP The President also said that he couldgive policemen a “complete rundown” on what they should learn about criminallaw and other procedures in just 30 minutes. MANILA – President Rodrigo Duterte iscontemplating at returning to teaching criminal law once his presidential termcomes to an end in June 30, 2022. “I became a lecturer of the – where youtrained doon diyan sa [Barangay]Mintal. I stayed there for quite a time from being a prosecutor. I was handlingCriminal Law, Criminal Evidence and Criminal Procedure until – until mymayorship days,” Duterte said. Duterte recalled in a speech the othernight in Davao City that he was lecturing on criminal law before he becamemayor. “Angsinasabi ko lang may guide ka andin 30 minutes, in a very clear and concise language, I can convey to you whatCriminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Criminal Evidence is,” Duterte said. “Gustoko talagang magturo sa inyo. Hindi ko— hindi ako magsabi na pinakabright akopero ‘pag nakuha mo ‘to, good ka na.‘Yun na ang guide mo pagka-pulis mohabang buhay, hanggang sa kamatayan,” he added./PN
Judy Ann Lindsay, of Batesville and formerly of Greensburg, IN passed away on Sunday, September 13, 2020 at Franciscan Health in Indianapolis. She was 80 years old.The daughter of Chris Napier and Ida (nee: Martindale) Grace was born on January 31, 1940 in Richmond, IN.Judy worked for many years as the office manager for the Jim Pruett Law Office in Greensburg. She was a member of the ladies auxiliary Batesville Eagles Aerie #1130. Judy was always up for game of some kind. Her favorites were playing bingo or cards. Most of all she liked spending time with her beloved grandchildren and great-grandchildren.She will be dearly missed by her husband, Ray Lindsay of Batesville; daughter, Bobbie Jackson of Batesville; son, Jerry Nunn of Trinity, FL; step-children, Phil Lindsay, Jerry Lindsay, Chris Lindsay and Steve Lindsay all of Connersville; 20 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren.In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her first husband, Jerry Nunn, brother, Chris Napier, 2 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.Visitation is Friday, September 18, 2020 from 9:30am – 11:00 am followed by 11am funeral service all at Meyers Funeral Home in Batesville. Burial will be in the Crownhill Cemetery in Centerville, IN on Friday afternoon. Albert Reffitt is officiating.In accordance with the Indiana COVID-19 precautions, all attending are to wear a mask and follow proper social distancing protocol. If you are not feeling well, or if you have compromised immune system, you are encouraged to stay home.Memorials may be given to the Wounded Warrior Project c/o the funeral home by bringing to the service or mailing to: P.O. Box 202 Batesville, IN 47006.You are welcomed to leave a message at www.meyersfuneralhomes.com on Judy’s obituary page for the family in the online guestbook.
“They are not bad people there. I wouldn’t say Southampton supporters are nasty, aggressive people. They’re not. They’re good supporters and they’ll give me a bit of grief but that’s life. I accept that. I will just get on with. I won’t lose any sleep over that. I will only lose sleep if the result is bad.” Anything but victory for QPR could prove disastrous for a side already seven points adrift of safety at the bottom of the Premier League. That is where Southampton ended the 2004-05 season under Redknapp but he insists he has a clear conscience. “Listen, no one was more upset than I was that the club got relegated that year,” he added. “When I went there were four teams cut adrift by miles and we just couldn’t get out of it. “I gave everything I had and that’s all you can do. You can look yourself in the mirror. No one tried harder than I did. You can only give your best at the end of the day. You are relying on players. I have said when I have been successful and done well at Tottenham, it is about good players. That is what the game is about. “If you’ve got good players, it is an easy game. You send them on the pitch and off they go. They perform week in, week out. It’s easy and the better players you’ve got the easier the job is.” QPR manager Harry Redknapp will not be losing any sleep over the hostile reception awaiting him at Southampton on Saturday, insisting he has no regrets ahead of his first return to St Mary’s. Saints suffered relegation from the Barclays Premier League eight years ago under the supervision of Redknapp, who then quit to re-join bitter rivals Portsmouth a matter of months later. That period still rankles with many Southampton fans, who will no doubt make their feelings known when he brings bottom side QPR to the south coast tomorrow. “Listen, I will get a bit of grief, won’t I? But what can you do? That’s no problem,” he said. Press Association
Former Scotland striker Brian McClair is leaving Manchester United to become the Scottish Football Association’s performance director. McClair will take on responsibility for implementing the SFA’s performance strategy, which is designed to improve the development of elite players. The governing body wants most of the Scotland team to have emerged from its performance programme by 2020. However Wotte, who quit in October 2014 just over three years into the long-term project, recently warned that Scottish football risked going backwards unless more youth coaches focused on developing individuals rather than winning. The Dutchman encountered some opposition to his methods and approach but McClair arrives with a strong reputation in Scotland. The former Motherwell and Celtic striker, who won 30 international caps, has worked for United for the last 13 years after rejoining the club in a coaching role. McClair, who will assume control of seven regional performance schools, said: “I am extremely proud to have been given the responsibility to help Scottish football move forward as performance director of the Scottish FA. “I am sure my experiences can be of benefit to Scottish football and having spent the majority of the last 30 years in England with Manchester United I am looking forward to coming home, working with the coaching team at the Scottish FA and the clubs, and sharing the knowledge I have built up in that time to take on this new, exciting challenge.” Regan added: “The process of identifying a new performance director was thorough and hugely uplifting when we considered the quality of candidates. “Brian very quickly became a stand-out with his blend of experiences not just from his trophy-laden career as a player at Manchester United, and his international contribution, but the depth of his coaching experiences with one of the biggest and most successful teams in the world. Press Association “He has been at the cutting edge of coaching evolution, analysis and performance management at Manchester United and the recruitment panel were convinced he was the ideal person to lead the performance strategy into an exciting new era, enhancing the current provision while demonstrating the benefits of the investment so far to the future of Scottish football. “I would like to thank Gordon, Walter and Andy for their invaluable input.” Manchester United’s executive vice-chairman, Ed Woodward, paid tribute to a player who was an instant hit at Old Trafford after becoming the first United player in 20 years to hit 20 league goals in a season. He said: “Brian’s association with Manchester United started in 1987 and, regardless of where he is located, he will always be part of the family. “As a proud Scotsman, this is a wonderful opportunity for him and he goes with our blessing and our good wishes for the future. “In his time as academy manager, he has maintained and enhanced its reputation around the world and made a valuable contribution to the club’s success.” The 51-year-old will succeed Mark Wotte from June 1 after ending a 25-year spell at Old Trafford that culminated in his current role as director of the youth academy. An SFA statement read: “He was identified unanimously as preferred candidate during a recruitment process which involved the current Scotland national coach, Gordon Strachan, previous national coaches Walter Smith and Andy Roxburgh, as well as the Scottish FA’s chief executive, Stewart Regan.”
He said: â€œNo. no itâ€™s too early to say we are through to the playoffs; thereâ€™s still a long way to go. The games are still very wide open. As we speak for instance, we have not event watched Izobe play and every team is improving with each game. We are all new to the environment and you can see the way the games are changing.â€œItâ€™s too early to celebrate. We really desire the trophy and I am sure it is the same with every team here and we are all professionals. And so the stakes are high. Letâ€™s play more games and see all it goes.â€In the last games played on Sunday, YaoundÃ© Giants defeated Lagos City Stars 92-64. The shooting guard shot 11 points as the Cameroonian team won their second straight games.Giants will have their next match on Saturday when they take on Eko Kings who are ahead of all teams having won all three matches played so far.Giants will have their next match and quite a huge test on Saturday when they take on Eko Kings who are ahead of all teams having won all three matches played so far. The game which is the second of the two matches for the day, will take the jump ball at 7pm. Both sides have shown their hunger to win the competition which playing across three African cities of Lagos, YaoundÃ© and Libreville.On Tuesday, the Kings came off a slow start to defeated Libreville Izobe Dragons 86-77 in one of the most entertaining games of the tournament so far. Izobe who had good percentage shooting from in and outside the paint lost team in the last quarter as the Kings took over and held on the buzzer.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Captain of YaoundÃ© Giants, Christian Bayang, has said winning their first two games is not enough to get too confident about securing a playoffs spot in the Continental Basketball League.The tournament that has brought the best of African basketballers to Nigeria is holding at the Teslim Balogun Stadium in the Surulere area of Lagos.The Cameroonian who spoke through an interpreter said it was quite huge for them winning their two games but the calibre of the other teams makes the playoffs ticket a big work.
Facebook Twitter Google+ The way Army goalie Wyatt Schupler reacted to Jamie Trimboli’s shot was logical. Most goalies did the same: they figured he’d shoot high. Film showed Trimboli’s tendency. Analysis by announcers confirmed it.Four minutes into the third quarter of Syracuse’s Feb. 23 game against the Black Knights, Trimboli circled behind the Army defense before cutting down the middle lane — catching a pass and beating Schupler one-on-one. When Trimboli’s stick rose, Schupler jumped. But instead, Trimboli deposited the ball into the bottom corner.Once he arrived at Syracuse, Trimboli couldn’t get away with the same offensive approach he used at nationally-ranked Victor (New York) High School, one that consisted of a sidearm shot rifled to the top corner. It became too predictable.“Everyone likes to see the upper corner shot where the net poofs out,” Joe, Trimboli’s father, said. Over the next three seasons, Trimboli worked to fix that. Goalies continued to anticipate the high shots, but he made it more challenging to distinguish between overhand and sidearm shots until the last minute. He established a scoring rate in 2020 that was on pace to surpass his Syracuse-highs in goals, points and shot percentage. It meshed with offensive coordinator Pat March’s new offense to help create what coaches called the country’s best midfield line with Brendan Curry and Tucker Dordevic, a trio that will remain intact next year after Trimboli announced he’ll use the NCAA’s eligibility relief.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Putting the ball low, putting it away, putting it on the hips, putting it in the corners, just changing it up,” Trimboli said. “Not being so predictable … and I feel like now I can kinda spray it all over the cage.” Katelyn Marcy | Digital Design DirectorAfter Trimboli was thrust into a starting role midway through his freshman year at Syracuse, opposing goalies started cheating high. They had always done that, but what worried him and Joe was the number of shots saved. Despite ranking sixth on the Orange with 13 goals and becoming the first Syracuse University offensive freshman to start more than 10 games in a decade, Trimboli still stumbled to a 28.9 shooting percentage. Until that point, it hadn’t mattered where Trimboli placed his shot. Top corners worked, so that became a habit. When Joe bought Trimboli his first stick from Dick’s Sporting Goods before starting Anthony Bianchi’s Aquinas Youth Lacrosse program, it was a “little whippy stick” Trimboli used to imitate college lacrosse shooting videos. Where Trimboli was raised, there was no lacrosse program, youth or high school, Joe said. Bianchi had coached Trimboli with Greece Chargers Pop Warner football but started the Aquinas Youth Program to pave a lacrosse avenue for a city that didn’t have one. With a naturally powerful shot, Trimboli started on Bianchi’s team despite still learning the sport’s basics with Joe before games — how to scoop ground balls and catch passes. He learned how to dodge past defenders and capitalize on a goalie’s delayed reaction and ended up with 169 goals in three years at Victor — the town Trimboli’s family moved to when he was a sophomore in high school.“It gave kids like Jamie a chance to get into lacrosse and start growing,” Bianchi said.When Trimboli arrived at Syracuse, he stopped scoring at the same rate. Joe and his family would watch all the Orange’s games live, and then again at home, trying to observe for a second time why Trimboli wasn’t scoring. Ryan Powell, one of the analysts on those reruns, always pointed to the same flaw. “He’s a great player but he’s got to go high-low,” Joe recalled Powell saying. “He’s shooting upper corner all the time.”The changed approach required tweaks in practice, beyond the actual shot. Cover defender Brett Kennedy whacked Trimboli’s stick when he left it out in the open during dodges. Goalie Drake Porter pointed out how deceptive Trimboli’s shot was when he went overhand and hid the ball. “You can’t just throw gumballs at the net and hope they go in,” Porter said.“Time under tension” reps with Peter Dearth and David Lipka in the weight room complemented summers of Victor Crossfit with his older brother, Joey, and allowed Trimboli’s shooting percentage to increase nearly three points after his sophomore season. Under offensive coordinator March’s different tactics during the 2020 season, everything started to come together: the now-sporadically used sidearm shot, paired with the reemergence of the overhand one.Katelyn Marcy | Digital Design DirectorThrough five games of the shortened season, Trimboli was second on the Orange with 17 goals and converted 47.2% of his shots. His first goal of the season included a dodge past a defender and a shot that painted the lower-left corner, coming 20 minutes into the season-opener against Colgate. Two weeks later, he almost single-handedly led the Orange’s comeback against Army. Ever since Trimboli made the adjustments to his shot, the majority of Powell’s comments have turned positive: “Trimboli’s been re-calculating his shots.” They’d become less predictable.Against Army, less than a minute after Trimboli had cut the deficit to one, a Stephen Rehfuss pass in transition reached Trimboli, the trailer, who skipped twice to gather momentum behind his shot. An Army defender’s check threw him off balance, though. From the Carrier Dome stands, Joe screamed for a flag as Trimboli regained his footing and cut past his defender into a shooting lane.Schupler still kept his stick high. But for the second time, Trimboli bounced the ball past him into the bottom corner. 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The Pro12 leaders – who feature Tipp men Donnacha Ryan and Tommy O’Donnell in their starting line-up – will do so if they beat Racing 92 in their re-fixed game in Paris this afternoon. Reigning French Top 14 champions Racing have struggled this year and have failed to pick up a point in their first three pool games. Despite that, Munster captain Peter O’Mahony is expecting a battle. Kick-off is at 3.45pm Irish time.
Kwame Ligbidi replicated his last year fine form to retain the MTN CEO Invitational Golf top most prize in this year’s event at theCelebrity Golf Club, Sakumono on Saturday.Playing on a single handicap of 2, he shot 35 in front and 34 at the back to amass a 67net score to beat SK Ayornu by two strokes in the men’s A event.Ayornu, on the other hand beat BS Seo on count back in second place, while former Tema Country Club captain Leonard Kwaku Okyere and Kwame Kronzu followed in that order. The men’s Group B event saw Kusum Appiah, 68net shooting 49 in front and 47 at the back to beat Hans Uekert on count back. Achimota’s Joy Arkutu recorded a 73net score to win the ladies A category after shooting 42 in front 46 at the back to neat AmaMorgan by just a stroke. EH Hong picked the ultimate prize in the men’s event with a 70net score with Maureen Akuaku following with 72 net.It was Akwasi Poku, who finished as the men’s Longest Drive winner, while Leticia Amponsah-Mensah won the ladies event.Michael Darko picked the men’s closest-to-the-pin prize, while Ama Morgan won the ladies category. The first four winners and those who excelled in various categories received trophies and special souvenirs from the telecommunicationcompany, MTN.MTN CEO, Serame Taukobong pledged his outfit’s continued support for sports and golf in particular in the country saying, “We will continue to rally behind sports in the country because sports promotes health, and every healthy nation is productive one.“Throughout the year, we have created many sporting platforms for our loyal customers and others to interact and exercise as well. We thank all who responded to our call. Next year’s edition will be bigger andbetter.”Club captain Akwasi Poku commended MTN as the biggest supporter of the Club.The 18-hole event, the last sporting event of MTN was preceded by a well-attended golf clinic.Meanwhile, MTN donated a 32,000 Cedis worth Mower to the Club. WATCH PHOTOS: