Harvest Energy Technology will build 100 hydrogen generators in Taiwan

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Cold Jet’s new dry ice device hopes to ‘revolutionise’

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Oxford Flow opens new office

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Demonstration vs Democracy at Parliament Square

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Severe weather forces court closures

first_imgSevere weather and flooding has closed several courts in north-west England this morning. Carlisle Magistrates’ Court, Kendal Courthouse, Lancaster Magistrates’ Court, Lancaster County Court and Lancaster Crown Court are closed today, HM Courts & Tribunals Service has confirmed.The justice website states that HMCTS will write to those people whose cases are listed to be heard today with new dates for appearance. Bail conditions will continue to apply to people whose hearings have been cancelled.Other courts in the region are expected to operate as normally today. But the announcement states there may be ‘some impact’ on cases being heard in Barrow Courthouse, West Cumbria Courthouse, Carlisle Crown Court and Carlisle County Court.Anyone who is due to visit one of the potentially affected courts is asked to call the number on their documents to get an update.1730 update: Kendal Courthouse will remain closed tomorrow, HMCTS has said. Parties who have cases listed will be notified about any revised arrangements.This week’s cases at Carlisle Magistrates’ Court will be heard at Carlisle Combined Court. Lancaster Magistrates’ Court and Lancaster County Court will reopen tomorrow.The position at Lancaster Crown Court is being assessed. No business has been schedule for tomorrow.Other courts in Cumbria and Lancashire (in Barrow and Workington) will operate as usual.last_img read more

CNR and CSR agree merger terms

first_imgCHINA: In a statement to the Shanghai Stock Exchange on December 30, the two state-owned rolling stock manufacturers China CNR Corp and CSR Corp confirmed that they had agreed terms for a merger to create the world’s largest rail vehicle supplier, subject to final ratification by the State Council.The deal was reportedly finalised at board meetings of the two companies in Beijing on the previous day. Under a draft proposal submitted for approval by the State Council on December 3, CSR would acquire the shares of CNR, which would then be delisted on both the Hong Kong and Shanghai stock exchanges. The combined company would be renamed China Railway Rolling Stock Corp, to be known as CRRC.Following the final round of negotiations, the companies have agreed that each CNR share will be exchanged for 1·1 shares in CSR. CSR’s Shanghai-traded A shares have been valued at 5·63 yuan against 6·19 yuan for CNR’s while the two companies’ Hong Kong shares are priced at HK$7·32 and HK$8·05 respectively. Share prices for both companies rose sharply when trading resumed on December 31, having been suspended since October 27 during the merger negotiations.‘This merger will increase the scale of the combined company, raise profitability and create a global leader’, the companies explained in their joint statement. Citing figures from a report by German transport consultancy SCI Verkehr, the companies said their combined revenue for 2012 was almost HK$200bn, which was more than twice the revenue of third-placed Bombardier Transportation.CNR and CSR already have more than 90% of China’s domestic rolling-stock market, and the merger is intended to improve their ability to compete in the international marketplace. ‘The new company will increase its global market share and accelerate its internationalisation’, the companies explained. The merger ‘will avoid wastage of resources, improve the efficiency of investment, create a united strategy in overseas expansion and focus on gaining a more advantageous position in the international competition.’Read more about CNR and CSR in our Global Marketplace feature in the December 2014 issue of Railway Gazette International – available to subscribers in our digital archive. Analysis of the merger proposals in the January 2015 issue.last_img read more

Shaggy, Sean Paul and Koffee, lead nominations in 37th Annual International…

first_imgLast week the 37th Annual International Reggae and World Music Awards (IRAWMA) which will be held at the Pegasus Hotel in New Kingston, Jamaica on May 11, was launched in recognition of Reggae 50, celebrating fifty years of reggae music.Overwhelming number of nominees“It is not just to honor the best of 2018” stated Founder and President of IRAWMA, Ephraim Martin at the launch. “But to salute and honor some of reggae’s foundation members, who are still making a difference in the world of reggae from 1968 to present. This year we had an overwhelming amount of nominations which is a testimony to not only the need for Artistes to be recognized for their work but is evidence of the amount of excellent Reggae and world music makers in Jamaica and around the globe”.Shaggy, Sean Paul and Koffee, lead this year’s nominations along with other entertainers including Beres Hammond, Etana, Shatta Wale, Beenie Man, Chronixx, Damion Marley and Vybz Kartel, Popcaan, Damian Marley, Capleton, Aidonia, Masicka, Spice, Morgan Heritage and more than 150 other reggae and world music nominees.Established in 1982 to acknowledge and honor the accomplishments and contributions of reggae and world music artists, including: songwriters, performers, promoters and musicians, the IRAWMA has been staged in many major cities including Atlanta, Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, New Orleans, New York as well as Port of Spain, Trinidad and both Montego Bay and Ocho Rios in Jamaica.The 37th staging confirms Martin International’s commitment to promoting greater participation and acceptance of Reggae, Caribbean and World Music, Internationally and will award 161 nominees in 41 categories and 9 special awards including the Bob Marley Award for Entertainer of the Year, Best Crossover Song, Mutabaruka Award for Best Poet/Spoken Word entertainer and the coveted Martin’s International/IRAWMA Award of Honor.Sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, IRIE FM, Jamaica Pegasus Hotel, VP Records, Onstage TV, IrieJam 360, International Festival of Life, Jsvfest.com, Trade Works, 25th Century Radio, Down Marie & Wiz- WAVS AM, African Spectrum & Rockers Jamaica.For the full list of nominees and to vote, visit IRAWMA.last_img read more

Qualcomm to Enable Europe’s First 5G mmWave Network in Moscow

first_imgQualcomm is working with the Department for Information Technologies of Moscow, Russian mobile operators, equipment and software vendors to support testing and deployment of Europe’s first 5G millimeter wave (mmWave) network in Moscow this fall. As the first 5G NR mmWave (band n257) network launch in Europe this year, the Moscow project will enable the testing and commercialization of a wide range of new applications, from improved fixed broadband and mobile wireless access for private users to unique business solutions. In particular, the project is meant to kickstart a range of new 5G-enabled digital services and innovation in the city, including virtual and augmented reality applications, which are set to become some of the most important elements of the Russian capital’s digital space. This can allow the city and technology companies operating in Moscow to create new jobs developing next-generation applications, giving new impetus to the growth of high-tech industries in the area and increasing the role of Moscow as one of the leading technology centres. For that reason, the Department of Information Technologies of Moscow is providing support to the Russian wireless communication industry in preparation for the launch. Moscow is scheduled to be the first city in Russia to deploy fully-fledged 5G pilot zones across all telecom operators this fall. In many of the world’s megacities, the deployment of 5G networks is restricted by mobile operators’ business needs and their access to the spectrum frequencies needed. In Russia’s case, spectrum access has been resolved at the state level to accelerate the rollout of high-capacity 5G mmWave (Click here to see the 5G frequency bands in Russia). Also, this 5G pilot is coordinated by the Moscow City Government and, in particular, the Department of Information Technologies of Moscow. They are keeping up with the market in building a safe and reliable 5G infrastructure that will allow Moscow to create more high-paying jobs and attract further investment to the city.last_img read more

Exxelia to Showcase New Broadband Capacitor Series at EuMW 2019

first_imgExxelia, a designer and manufacturer of high-reliability passive components, has announced the launch of its new broadband capacitor series – UBZ, UBL, and XBL. They will showcase these new capacitor series at the European Microwave Week tradeshow (EuMW) in Paris from October 1-3, 2019.They are available in standard EIA sizes (0402 and 0201) compatible with SMT pick & place and most soldering process. Based on their highly reliable ceramic material, Exxelia’s new broadband series ensures an ultra-low insertion loss and excellent return loss over a wide bandwidth up to 40 GHz. Technical Characteristics:EIA 0201 and 0402 Case sizesCapacitance: 100nFLow insertion loss up to 40 GHzRoHS CompliantThis new capacitor series have circuit applications like DC Blocking, Coupling and Bypassing. They can be used for Optoelectronics / High-speed data, Broadband test equipment, and Broadband microwave /millimeter-wave amplifiers, and oscillators applications.Click here to learn more about the XBL Series (0402), UBL Series (0402) and the UBZ Series (0201).Click here to know more about EuMW 2019.last_img read more

Jembatan Tinggi Silaiang, Eksis Dilintasi Kereta Sejak 1818 Hingga Kini

first_imgJembatan Tinggi Slaiang masa kini yang masih berdiri kokoh Selain jembatan Cisomang, jembatan Cikubang dan jembatan Cirahong di Jawa Barat, masih ada beberapa jembatan kereta api di Tanah Air yang punya sejarah panjang dan tergolong fenomenal, lantaran dibangun sejak jaman kolonial Belanda dan hingga kini masih digunakan. Dan bergeser ke Provinsi Sumatera Barat, juga ada jembatan kereta yang layak menyandang gelar fenomenal, yakni jembatan Tinggi Silaiang, yang terlihat masih kokoh dan terkesan ‘perkasa’ pilar-pilar besinya jika dilihat langsung.Baca juga: Cisomang, Serba-Serbi Jembatan Kereta Tertinggi di IndonesiaJembatan Tinggi Silaiang berada di Kelurahan Silaing Bawah, Kecamatan Padang Panjang Barat. Tiang jembatan ini sendiri memiliki tinggi sekitar 20 meter dan dibangun pada masa kolonial Hindia Belanda tahun 1818. KabarPenumpang.com merangkum dari beberapa laman sumber, bahwa jembatan single track ini memiliki bentuk yang unik dimana desainnya melengkung ke bawah dengan rupa setengah lingkaran. Dikatakan unik, karena bentuk jembatan kereta seperti ini hanya ada satu-satunya di Indonesia.Jembatan Tinggi Silaiang tempo dulu Jembatan yang masih kokoh ini walaupun peninggalan jaman Belanda, sebenarnya dibangun untuk menjadi penghubung jalur kereta api di perbukitan. Hal tersebut dikarenakan, Sumatera Barat dikelilingi perbukitan dan masuk dalam jajaran bukit barisan yang ada di kota Padang Panjang.Tak hanya melalui kereta api, jalur Padang Panjang-Padang juga bisa melalui jalan raya yang letaknya tepat dibawah jembatan Silaiang tersebut. Selain itu, di bawah jembatan ini juga dialiri sungai Batang Anai yang bisa dicapai dengan menggunakan kendaraan umum seperti becak motor, ojek, taksi, angkutan kota atau angkot hingga kendaraan tradisional delman atau biasa disebut bendi oleh masyarakat sekitar.Baca juga: Cirahong, Jembatan Double Deck Satu-Satunya di IndonesiaBukan hanya sebagai jalur lalu lintas kereta, jembatan Tinggi Silaiang sendiri bisa menjadi objek wisata yang murah meriah. Sebab, Anda tak perlu membayar untuk menikmatinya, apalagi sekitaran jembatan ini adalah pemandangan alam yang indah dan juga udara masih segar sehingga cocok untuk bersantai. Bagi penikmat fotografi, jembatan tua yang kokoh ini pun sebagai satu objek foto dengan alam indah sebagai pemanisnya.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedCikubang, Jembatan Kereta Terpanjang di Indonesia11/05/2017In “Darat”Cisomang, Serba-Serbi Jembatan Kereta Tertinggi di Indonesia09/05/2017In “Darat”Karena Unik, Sejumlah Jembatan Penyeberangan Orang Jadi Fenomenal23/07/2018In “Darat”last_img read more