GMP to build solar array in Berlin, largest in northern New England

first_imgGreen Mountain Power customers will be especially happy to see the sun shine in Berlin, Vermont, where the Company will build the largest solar array in Northern New England. At 200 kilowatts, the new array will be the largest project in Vermont when it is built this summer.”Building a large solar generator is an important step towards reaching our vision of supplying customers with power that has low carbon emissions, low cost and high reliability,” said Mary Powell, president and chief executive officer of Green Mountain Power. “Solar power is extremely low in emissions, and perhaps best of all, with the help of declining solar costs, grants and tax credits, this project will be cost effective for our customers.”The solar generator will be located on Green Mountain Power property west of Montpelier on a site that is ideal for a solar installation, with open space and good sun.Using a competitive bid process, Green Mountain Power has chosen Alteris Renewables (formerly SolarWorks and Solar Wrights) of Montpelier, Vermont, to build the plant. “We very consciously bid the project among Vermont companies so this project would support our green economy and create jobs here at home,” said Ms. PowellThe permitting process has begun and the project is expected to be completed this summer. “This solar plant will be an important milestone for Vermont in terms of realizing cost-effective, utility scale solar generation,” said Leigh Seddon, vice president of Alteris Renewables.The Berlin project will be Green Mountain Power’s third solar installation. The Company recently installed a 58-kilowatt solar power system at GMP’s Westminster, Vermont, service center, which supplies 80 percent of that facility’s electricity needs. It also has four-kilowatt solar panels at its Colchester headquarters, which provide enough electricity to power its two plug-in hybrid vehicles.Green Mountain Power will develop a website with generation data about the plant, which will be accessible to the public and particularly useful to school groups who study renewable energy and choose to tour the site.”In Vermont, we are always happy to see the sun shine,” said Ms. Powell. “This gives us one more reason to rejoice on a sunny day.”About Green Mountain PowerGreen Mountain Power ( is external)) transmits, distributes and sells electricity and utility construction services in the State of Vermont in a service territory with approximately one quarter of Vermont’s population. It serves more than 200,000 people and businesses.About Alteris RenewablesFormed when SolarWrights, Inc, and Solar Works, Inc joined forces in October of 2008, Alteris Renewables is a full service renewable energy systems integrator and project developer. The company provides solar electric (photovoltaic), solar thermal, and wind energy solutions for commercial, residential, education, municipal and institutional clients. The company has industry leading expertise in engineering, design, project management, performance analysis, project financing and renewable energy credit programs. For more information, please visit is external).COLCHESTER, VT–(Marketwire – April 06, 2009) -Highlighted LinksGreen Mountain PowerAlteris Renewableslast_img read more

Helensvale home designed to capture Queenslander beauty but comes with low-maintenance

first_img20 Warrego Way HelensvaleMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North8 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe Bennett family are relocating to Tasmania and say they would take the home with them if they could.“We are moving interstate so we have to say goodbye to the house,” Mr Bennett said.“The kids love the house, but hopefully we will get another acreage property in Tasmania.”The five-bedroom home at 20 Warrego Way includes New Guinea timber hardwood flooring, modern lighting and high ceilings with timber skirting. 20 Warrego Way HelensvaleMr Bennett and wife Shani bought the home in 2012 to raise their three kids. “It’s set right back from the road and it is one of the only acreage blocks on the same side of the highway as Helensvale’s shopping town,” he said. “The best part about the home is the style, because we can still have the beauty of a Queenslander-style, but it’s low-maintenance; there are no weatherboards to paint. “It is just the veranda.” 20 Warrego Way Helensvale“My wife enjoys the veranda; she usually sits up on the shaded side that faces south east and reads.” The home has three living rooms, including a games room downstairs. The pool yard has a covered area and overlooks a heated pool, manicured lawns and tropical palms. In Helensvale’s Riverdowns Acreage Estate, the property is on 4003sq m and comes with a water tank, chicken coop and 20 solar panels. 20 Warrego Way Helensvale“We modernised the bathroom and the laundry when we first moved in,” Mr Bennett said. “There are spotted-gum floors and beautiful timber finishes on the doorways.” He said his daughter had her own bathroom while he and his sons shared the man cave.“The garage space has been great,” he said. “I restore old Falcons and I’ve got a workshop with lots of storage. 20 Warrego Way HelensvaleRAIN, hail or shine, David Bennett said the windows in his Colonial-style home remained wide open.“It looks like a Queenslander, but the home is actually brick veneer with a Colonial wraparound veranda,” Mr Bennett said. “It is the best place to be when it rains; we keep the windows open and the house is filled with beautiful breezes and the smell of rain. “The veranda keeps the home sheltered from all elements, but it stays really well ventilated. The roofline covers 80 squares of the house, so as you can imagine we are high and dry.” last_img read more

Eurobet Italia maximises Virtual Football inventory with Betradar multi-channel agreement

first_img Share TVBET passes GLI test for five live games in Malta and Italy August 25, 2020 StumbleUpon CT Gaming bolsters Italian profile with The Betting Coach  August 27, 2020 Related Articles Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 Submit Share Updating the market, Italian betting operator Eurobet Italia will expand its virtual football inventory by launching Betradar’s ‘Virtual Football League; and ‘Virtual Football Nations Cup’ across all core channels (retail, online and mobile).The multi-channel agreement will see Eurobet roll-out Betradar’s exclusive virtual football content across its +850 retail points.The Virtual Football League features 16 teams playing 240 fixtures per season across 30 match days, each having 8 games played in parallel. The Virtual Football Nations Cup is played by 24 international teams, playing a total of 51 matches across an initial group phase followed by the traditional knock out stages.Speaking about the developments, Eurobet MD Andrea Faelli said: “At Eurobet, we pride ourselves on being at the forefront of sports betting innovations and offerings. Naturally, we want to adopt that same commitment across our virtual betting offering, and this partnership with Sportradar is integral to that approach. These new modes will provide fresh formats for Italian punters to enjoy, whether in shop, on line or on their mobiles”.Eurobet management details that it was to be at the forefront of virtual sports engagement for its retail and digital customers, offering them the broadest choice of games through Betradar’s partnershipHeinz Kirchhoff, MD Gaming at Betradar added: “10,000 shops worldwide offer our Virtual Football product and we are delighted that Eurobet’s outlets have decided to not only stay with us, but also embrace these new iterations of our award-winning offering. Since 1995, they remain the go-to operators across Italy and their faith in what we are doing is a powerful indicator that we remain on the right track. And with ICE not too far away now, it gives us great confidence as we get ready to launch even more Virtual products in London for 2018.”last_img read more

Ghana v Cape Verde friendly moved to Wednesday

first_imgGhana’s friendly against Cape Verde in Portugal has been moved to Wednesday, November 14.The Black Stars were originally scheduled to play the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations warm-up match in Lisbon on Tuesday.But organisers of the game have informed the Ghana Football Association that the game will now be played on Wednesday.The venue remains the University of Lisbon Stadium in Lisbon.Ghana are preparing for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations where they have been placed in Group B to play DR Congo, Mali and Niger.last_img read more