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Horns Rev 3 Plans Hit the Road for Consultation

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first_imgDanish citizens who might be affected by the new Horns Rev 3 offshore wind farm and accompanying technical systems that will send the power into the grid, have the opportunity to make their opinions heard until July 29, 2014.On May 20, the Danish Nature Agency (Naturstyrelsen) and the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) published an environmental impact assessment (EIA) report and a proposal of local plans for public consultation in Danish municipalities of Vejen, Esbjerg and Varde.The EIA report describes and evaluates how the Horns Rev 3 wind farm and its connection facilities would influence the environment. The proposal for the municipalities affected by grid connection installations provides a framework for local planning and guidelines on subsequent authorization and approval of the project.In the 10-week consultation phase, Energinet.dk, the developer of the Horns Rev 3 project, will hold two public meetings, during which citizens, interest groups and other stakeholders can learn more about the plans.Objections and other comments on the proposed plan and environmental report can be sent to the Danish Nature Agency until Tuesday, July 29.The two agencies are expected to issue the EIA permit in the fall of 2014.Offshore WIND staff, May 22, 2014; Image: energinet.dklast_img read more

MLB Winter Meetings 2015: Tigers Looking at Adding a Big Name OF

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first_img Related TopicsAlex GordonMLB Winter MeetingsTigersYoenis Cespedes Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Matt Loedecenter_img UPDATE 6:40pm – The threat of the Tigers adding one of the big name outfielders is over according to GM Al Avila.Tigers GM Al Avila tells Detroit reporters that they are out of Cespedes and Alex Gordon talks. #Tigers— Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) December 7, 2015NASHVILLE – The 2015 MLB Winter Meetings are in high gear in Nashville, and one of the teams the Indians have to contend with in the AL Central are already looking to reload.After a down season in 2015, word is the Tigers are looking at two possible outfielders who are both free agents, Yoenis Cespedes and Alex Gordon, this according to CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman. Detroit, who last season stumbled to an 74-87 season, traded Cespedes to the Mets after they felt their season was all but over.Before they moved him, he hit .293 with 18 homers and 61 RBI. As for Gordon, who won a World Series ring with the Royals last year, he hit .271 with 13 homers and 48 RBI in 104 games.There’s no doubt that Detroit wants to make a splash at these meetings, and are willing to pay big to do it. last_img read more

Question about Canuck’s alt

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first_img Share on other sites Share this post Forums Home Share this post Share on other sites Share this post 0 0 Question about Canuck’s alt By rebelx, October 8, 2006 in Sports Logo News Coast2CoastAM2006 All Activity nothing in the NHL is permanent… everything, at this point, is “for one season”this is the final season before uniform armageddon.uniformageddon? It seems to be a permanent change. Which is good, as their old third was pretty lame. Lee. Location:New Jersey 0 Link to post Link to post Member of the Right Brigade I noticed the Canucks are not using the third jersey that they’ve worn in the past few years this season, instead opting for a retro one with their original design. Is this just something they’re doing for this season, or rather a permanent change? 1,489 posts Location:Right behind you Sign in to follow this   394 zer0dotcom Share on other sites 2,826 posts 187 So long, and thanks for all the fish Posted October 9, 2006 7 8,621 posts 8 Members 0 Share this post Location:LA Area, CA Share on other sites Members 0 Posted October 9, 2006 79 7 BBM Share on other sites Link to post 1,259 Share this post 0 SportsLogos.Net Link to post Share on other sites Share on other sites All Activity I’m thinking it’s going to be more permanent that a single season. The retros are over like no-ones buisness in some areas, it’s really crazy. I’ll admit to liking the gradient alts when they first came out, but i haven’t seen them as popular since the retro program started capn89 Go To Topic Listing The gradient 3rd is indeed gone. The retro one is their only alt. Members Sports Logo News Forums Home 419 Members 0 Share this post Posted October 8, 2006 Posted October 8, 2006 Members 273 Members Coast2CoastAM2006 I noticed the Canucks are not using the third jersey that they’ve worn in the past few years this season, instead opting for a retro one with their original design. Is this just something they’re doing for this season, or rather a permanent change? I think it’s supposed to be permanent. It’s probably a good thing. I never really liked their third jersey. The retro ones aren’t that bad, in fact they’re kind of nice, in a retro sort of way. A lot better than either of their current home and away, actually. zer0dotcom 1,259 6,476 posts Location:Manitoba Share on other sites 0 Share this post 0 1,686 posts 0 ElwoodCuse swilson160 Members Share this post Share on other sites 14 Posted October 8, 2006 8 96 Favourite Logos:Edmonton Oilers (1980s)Manitoba Moose (2005-2011)Winnipeg Jets (1979-90 and 1990-1996)Winnipeg Blue BombersWinnipeg GoldeyesWinnipeg Thunder (1990s)Winnipeg Jets (2011-present) Share this post SportsLogos.Net 1,259 Sign in to follow this   I Am A Flaming Douche Bag ColeJ Location:Canada’s Vacation Paradise Posted October 8, 2006 0 Posted October 8, 2006 0 Share on other sites Posted October 8, 2006 273 79 Members ElwoodCuse Location:Long Island, NY This topic is now closed to further replies. 394 Members 8 Link to post rebelx 1,433 posts Stampman Favourite Logos:Islanders Fisherman Boo! Stampman 0 Link to post I heard that after this season all teams are dropping there 3rd jerseys and Reebok is doing a complete makeover and making teams have a home and away alternates for the 2008-09 seasons. 7 Sports Logo News nothing in the NHL is permanent… everything, at this point, is “for one season”this is the final season before uniform armageddon. 23,667 posts 1,717 posts Link to post 187 2,557 posts Location:Somewhere in between time and space 273 0 Location:Waxahachie, Texas Members Posted October 9, 2006 Sports Logos 419 Question about Canuck’s alt Posted October 9, 2006 394 187 419 0 13,322 posts capn89 Link to post Members Share this post That would be a disaster if the remade uniforms for 2007/08 would look really bad if so.. then the NHL would need to tell Reebok to stick to making normal uniforms for supplying so… who knows? NorthStar74 Link to post 14 Link to post 79 BBM Lee. 96 389 posts swilson160 Share this post Posted October 8, 2006 if these things come out, i won’t spend a dime on a new jersey. as for the canucks alt, i wouldn’t mind an alternate based on there old retros. like alot of people of conceptualized around here. Link to post Share on other sites Recommended Posts 96 Posted October 9, 2006 Sports Logos Share this post rebelx Share on other sites nothing in the NHL is permanent… everything, at this point, is “for one season”this is the final season before uniform armageddon.uniformageddon?I like that–uniformageddon–I think we should use that…I love the Canucks throwbacks–I did when they were their primary unis–and I still do… NorthStar74 Piping Free 0 14 Followers 0 I Am A Flaming Douche Bag 0 Members Not affiliated with sportslogos.net Followers 0 ColeJ 0 Link to post CCSLC award winner The gradient 3rd is indeed gone. The retro one is their only alt.Thank Christ. 10,482 posts Question about Canuck’s altlast_img read more

Kipchoge and Ibarguen Named Athletes of the Year

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first_imgKenyan distance runner Eliud Kipchoge and Colombian long and triple jumper Caterine Ibarguen have been named male and female world athletes of the year.The pair were honoured by the IAAF at a ceremony held in Monaco on Tuesday.Britain’s Dina Asher-Smith, who won three European sprint titles and relay gold at the Commonwealth Games, was nominated for the women’s award.Kipchoge, 34, won the London Marathon and set a world record of two hours, one minute and 39 seconds in Berlin.His time in the German capital bettered that of compatriot Dennis Kimetto, whose 2:02.57 was also set in Berlin, in 2014.Ibarguen, also 34, claimed triple and long jump honours in the Central American and Caribbean Games, the Continental Cup and the Diamond League finals.The Olympic champion was unbeaten in all eight of her triple jump competitions, ending the year with a world-leading mark of 14.96m in her specialist event and a national record of 6.93m in the long jump.Sweden’s 19-year-old pole vaulter Armand Duplantis won the men’s rising star award while the women’s award went to American 400m runner Sydney McLaughlin.RelatedKenya’s Eliud Kipchoge Breaks Two-hour Marathon BarrierOctober 12, 2019In “Athletics”Chicago Marathon: Brigid Kosgei Shatters World Record, Cherono Wins Men’s RaceOctober 14, 2019In “Athletics”2017 IAAF World Championships: Track Queen Okagbare Headlines 14-man ListJuly 26, 2017In “Sports”last_img read more