RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 4.14.2011 No posts to display Facebook Power purchase agreement approved Twitter Linkedin TAGSSempra The California Public Utilities Commission approved a 20-year power purchase agreement for Pacific Gas & Electric to purchase the output from the 150 MW Mesquite Solar 1 plant in Arizona.Sempra Generation, the owner of the plant, said construction on the project will begin in June. This is the first phase of the 700 MW total Mesquite Solar complex.Read more solar energy news Facebook RenewablesSolar Linkedin Twitter Previous articleWestinghouse group names VP AmericasNext articleearly lessons from Fukushima Daiichi chloecox Voith Hydro supplying pumped storage equipment to pair with Idaho combined solar-wind project By chloecox – Avista considering RNG on way to net-zero carbon goals Renewable project management firm Bradley acquired by Bureau Veritas
Charlotte Motor Speedway is set to host its two biggest races of the year … and they’re going to do it with “Flair!” Eight-time WWE Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair – a native of Charlotte, North Carolina – will assume honorary pace car driver duties for the Coca-Cola 600 on May 26.The WWE royalty will lead a field of NASCAR stars including Kyle Busch, Chase Elliott, Joey Logano and more before the green flag drops on the iconic event.Flair has won more women’s titles than any superstar in WWE history and is the daughter of 16-time world champion Ric Flair. Flair also became the first female superstar in WWE history to main event a singles match on Raw, SmackDown LIVE and a pay-per-view.RELATED: Buy tickets!FOX will carry the Coca-Cola 600. Additionally, FOX will become the new broadcast home for WWE SmackDown LIVE starting Friday, Oct. 4. Fox Sports 1 will also be the new home of a Tuesday-night WWE studio show which will cover all the happenings in the WWE universe.Prior to the green flag, Coca-Cola 600 ticketholders can also enjoy a FREE pre-race concert featuring Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Cheap Trick.
Kenya’s top football bodies differ over decision to end season Nick Mwendwa, President of the Football Kenya Federation (FKF), speaks to media ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier match between Kenya and Ghana at Kasarani Stadium in Nairobi on September 7, 2018. (Photo by Yasuyoshi CHIBA / AFP) (Photo credit should read YASUYOSHI CHIBA/AFP via Getty Images) FILE PHOTO: Nick Mwendwa, President of the Football Kenya Federation (FKF), speaks to media during a past event. (Photo credit YASUYOSHI CHIBA/AFP via Getty Images)Kenya’s Sports Dispute Tribunal (SDT) on Tuesday issued an order temporarily suspending a declaration by the nation’s football governing body cancelling the 2019/2020 Kenyan Premier League season.The order follows a petition filed by Chemelil Sugar Football Club and the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) Limited against the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Secretariat, the FKF president Nick Mwendwa and chief executive officer Barry Otieno.In the petition, Mwendwa and Otieno are accused of unlawfully and unprocedurally cancelling the season and interfering with the mandate of the KPL, the administrator of the nation’s top football league.In a statement, the SDT certified the petition as urgent and directed that the order be served to the respondents within three days.“Pending the hearing and determination of this application and/or the Petition inter partes, the purported decision of the Respondents cancelling the Kenyan Premier League 2019/2020 Season be and is hereby stayed,” the statement signed by the chairman John Ohaga read in part.The SDT also directed parties that wish to be enjoined in the case to file their responses within seven days.Last month, FKF President Nick Mwendwa in a series of tweets announced that the leaders of the Kenyan Premier League, Gor Mahia, and the second-tier National Super League, Nairobi City Stars, were declared champions.Mwendwa then proceeded to cite the regulations of the federation that provided for such a decision to be made.However, the KPL strongly protested against the move to cancel the season without looking into other possibilities which would see the season played to its conclusion.The KPL accused FKF of selectively applying rules and interpreting communication by CAF causing a breach of its mandate.The KPL added that a decision to end the season can only be taken into account if CAF, which has not yet completed its own club competitions, had ordered all its members to do so by a certain date.On April 7, the KPL issued a statement suspending the 2019/2020 season due to the coronavirus pandemic. The KPL said at the time that there was no urgency in determining the fate of the season.Related Kenya Rugby Union reverses decision to cancel season Kenyan community project empowering women through football
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