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first_imgWAB and DeepWind plan to exchange and analyze information, experiences and knowledge and keep each other informed about progress in joint projects, as well as hold joint matchmaking and networking events. With the cooperation, the parties aim to promote the offshore wind industry and the production of green hydrogen at sea transnationally and to support the supply chains in both countries. “We visited our DeepWind colleagues in Aberdeen with several WAB members in January and immediately noticed our common ground: Our shared experience in the maritime industry plays an important role, as do the companies’ complementary backgrounds,” said WAB Managing Director Heike Winkler. German wind industry association WAB e.V. has signed a three-year cooperation agreement with Scottish partner DeepWind to collaborate for the expansion of offshore wind and the development of a market for green hydrogen from wind energy. “I am looking forward to our cooperation, with which we will create a platform for a closer exchange between our markets and which is intended to make it easier for small and medium-sized companies in particular to enter the market and simplify cooperation with larger market players.”last_img read more

first_img The Norwegian coach has managed to steady the ship in the last few months at Old Trafford and United sit three points off fourth place and remain FA Cup and Europa League contenders. They have also chalked up impressive wins at Man City twice and at Chelsea, but a run of five defeats in 10 games in December and January highlighted their issues and they remain a mammoth 37 points behind Liverpool. Solskjaer and the club are well aware they need to continue rebuilding in the summer with Ed Woodward reaffirming that United will look to add to January recruit Bruno Fernandes. “We will take the same planned, disciplined, approach this coming summer,” said Woodward during the announcement of United’s Q2 financial results. And Solskjaer has hinted that his patience is wearing thin with some of his squad. “It is hard to say in percentages, but we are getting there, day by day,” said Solskjaer when talking about United’s progress. “There are still some days here when I am not 100 per cent happy with what has happened, but you understand because we are human beings. They are disappointed, but get on with it. Loading… “I am not going to feel sorry for you (the player), you have to make yourself available for the next game and competitive in situations. That is what I like. I like to see players who say, ‘okay, he has left me out for two or three games without explanation’. “I don’t have to explain every time. Sometimes I do, yeah, but it is a way for me to say I need more. You can’t just speak to them 100 times and say, ‘now we need a change in you’. You have had opportunities.” Some of the players that could be at risk are Jesse Lingard, 27, who was omitted from the squads against Watford and Chelsea last month. He was back on the bench against Everton but his future looks far from assured and just 81 minutes of Premier League action this year mean he could be offloaded in the summer. Phil Jones, 28, has also been omitted from the last four squads and his time may well be up, having being benched all season, making just two Premier League starts. Andreas Pereira, 24, was also excluded from successive squads against Watford and Club Brugge and benched against Everton. Solskajer added: “I’ve got to make decisions and one day… well, you give them one warning and that’s it probably, and then the next thing maybe they are not here anymore. You don’t have to explain every time then. You might have to think about it after. Read Also:Be patient with Solskjaer’s rebuild,Rooney urges Man Utd fans “Football has changed and some players get affected by ‘I’ve made money, I’ve made this, I’ve won a trophy, I can sit back and relax’. I had the best of the lot as a manager. If you win something you move on.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hinted that it could be the end of the road for a number of Manchester United’s players this summer. Promoted Content5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?8 Addictive And Fun Coffee Facts7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayAwesome Caricatures Of 23 Marvel Heroes8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our PlanetBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our FutureThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hystericallast_img read more

first_img… will join elite ranks including Hooper, Harper, GibbsBy Clifton RossJAGUARS bowling wizard Veerasammy Permaul could be the next Guyanese spinner to achieve 500 first-class wickets, thus joining an elite panel of legends to achieve such a feat.With 486 wickets from his 113 Regional 4-Day games played, to date, the 30-year-old is among the leading bowlers in the Region and one of the most successful spinners to come from Guyana.Heading into today’s start of the 2020 Regional 4-Day tournament, Permaul could easily break the 500-wicket mark, given his customary knack of taking a number of wickets, coupled with his personal record his 26 5-wicket and 5 10-wicket career hauls.The out-of-favour Windies Test/ODI bowler ended a modest last season with 42 wickets from the 10 rounds played, second overall behind leading wicket-taker Rakeem Cornwall (54). With just 14 needed to reach 500 wickets, it is likely that the former Guyana skipper could join the ranks of some of Guyana and West Indies’ most legendary bowlers in no time.The Berbician is already miles ahead of the contemporary spin duo of Neil McGarrell and Mahendra Nagamootoo, both of whom represented Guyana and West Indies with much pride and passion during the 90s into the 2000s.Nagamootoo, the leg-spinner ended with 370 wickets from his 102 1st class matches played while McGarrell, a left-arm spinner, similar to Permaul, ended with just 276 wickets from 84 games.Already Guyana’s most successful spinner within the last 5 years, Permaul’s rampage over the past few seasons has also allowed him to surpass spin-partner in Devendra Bishoo, who currently sits on 382 wickets and could be another Guyanese to end with a career 500 victims before he hangs up the boots.Going into the archives of the spin-bowling legends, however, Permaul has even managed to eclipse former Guyana and Windies off-spinner Clyde Butts.Butts, who played 7 Tests for the West Indies in the 80s, snapped up 348 wickets at the Regional first- class level.Despite his annual returns of 40 wickets or more, dating back to the last 5 seasons, the former Windies Test spinner now eyes elite company as he approaches the magical 500 tally. Should he reach his landmark, Permaul will sit among the likes of Carl Hooper, Lance Gibbs and Roger Harper as the other spinners to have 500 or more wickets at that level.Hooper, a former Guyana and Windies all-rounder, yielded 555 1st class wickets from his right-arm off-break when he ended his career. Harper, Guyana’s ex-captain and one of the premier limited overs off-spinners during the 80s, ended with 146 international wickets; 46 from Test and 100 from ODIs.Harper, the current Windies Chief Selector captured 567 wickets from his 200 games played. Meanwhile Gibbs, arguably Guyana’s greatest spinner and the first bowler to reach 300 Test wickets, wreaked havoc during his days in operation as he bagged a whopping 1 024 wickets by the time his playing days were over in the 70s.Outside of the legends, Jamaica Scorpion’s Nikita Miller (538 wickets) and former Windies and Windward Volcanoes off-spinner Shane Shillingford (572 wickets) who was banned from bowling domestically in January of 2019 for illegal action; are the only two active spinners leading Permaul with regard to wickets taken.Meanwhile, given Permaul’s youth and being one of the fittest players in the Jaguars squad and Caribbean, it is likely that the Guyanese spin ace will find himself in the 500 Club by the end of the 2020 first-class season.last_img read more

first_imgSeveral schools in Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) have been disconnected for nonpayment of water bills.Among the schools disconnected is the region’s premier secondary institution, New Amsterdam Multilateral School.Guyana Times was told on Tuesday that the move by the Guyana Water Inc (GWI) was taken in an effort to collect in excess of $61 million owed to the water company.This publication understands that the regional administration has failed to pay water bills for all Government buildings in the region for three years. These buildings include schools, hospitals, health centres and all other Government buildings which fall under the remit of the regional administration.This newspaper understands that GWI contacted regional officials on Tuesday and informed them of the bill and plans to disconnect the water supply to buildings.However, Regional Executive Officer (REO) Kim Stephens is quoted as saying, “They cannot do that.”Several schools in the region had their water supply disconnected after the administration was at the time not forthcoming with any favourable resolution.The regional office in New Amsterdam owes GWI in excess of $3 million for water supplied over the past three years. Efforts to contact GWI for a comment on the issue proved futile. (Andrew Carmichael)last_img read more