Indian Solar Electric System and Inverter Market Report 2018: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2017-2023 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

January 21, 2019@8:37 AM TFP Editor 0

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Indian Solar Electric System and Inverter Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2018-2023” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. The Indian solar photo voltaic system market and the solar inverter market are projected to reach volumes of 80,000 MW and 19,981 MW by 2023, exhibiting a CAGR of 26.9% and 14.5% during 2018-2023 respectively. Several efforts are being made by the Government of India to harness renewable sources, such as wind, solar, geothermal, etc. for energy production due to [Read More]

“Probably Nothing…”

January 21, 2019@8:35 AM TFP Editor 0

Please be advised, the following two charts may not be good for your wealth… The almost unprecedented surge in stocks off the Mnuchin Massacre lows that bracketed Xmas Day has reinvigorated investors, commission-takers, and asset-gatherers worldwide in some Pavlovian belief that all is well in the world once again and it’s just a matter of time before wealth is back at record highs and retirement walks along sandy beaches are being advertised on TV. Sadly, as the following two charts show… there’s no ‘there’, there. [Read More]

'Life-and-death' cold grips eastern, Midwest United States

January 21, 2019@8:34 AM TFP Editor 0

Jan 21 (Reuters) – Winter winds brought extreme cold and ice-slicked roads to the Midwestern and Eastern United States on Monday, with the U.S. Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday and an ongoing government shutdown allowing many to heed official advice to stay indoors. The arctic blast of frigid air has followed a January storm that dumped more than a foot (30 cm) of snow and sleet across the Northeast, which started melting Sunday. Temperatures fell to single-digits Fahrenheit (about -20 C) from New York [Read More]

Death toll from Mexico fuel explosion rises to 89

January 21, 2019@8:34 AM TFP Editor 0

Relatives look for their loved ones among a list of the disappeared after the deadly pipeline blaze in Mexico (AFP Photo/ALFREDO ESTRELLA) Tlahuelilpan (Mexico) (AFP) – The death toll from a fiery explosion in central Mexico rose to 89 on Monday as authorities vowed to hold accountable those responsible for a deliberate fuel-line puncture that drew hundreds of people looking to gather gasoline before it ignited. The search for human remains at the site of the explosion in the state of Hidalgo ended late Saturday. [Read More]

Alabama police officer fatally shot; suspect in custody

January 21, 2019@8:30 AM TFP Editor 0

A police officer was shot dead Sunday in Mobile, Alabama, authorities said. Officer Sean Tuder of the Mobile Police Department was killed in the line of duty while executing an arrest warrant late Sunday afternoon, according to Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall. A suspect is in custody, officials said. Mobile County District Attorney Ashley Rich described Tuder as one of the city’s “finest officers.” “This tragedy is a stark reminder of the dangers that the brave men and women of law enforcement face every day,” [Read More]

Rolls-Royce vies for UK nuclear role

January 21, 2019@8:24 AM TFP Editor 0

Image copyright China Nuclear Power Design Image caption The proposed design for Bradwell B Rolls-Royce has confirmed it is in talks with Chinese state-run firm China General Nuclear (CGN) over providing essential systems for a new power station in the UK. The UK engineering company makes instrumentation and control systems for nuclear reactors. The plant will be based at Bradwell, on the River Blackwater in Essex. The project is one of three new nuclear schemes in this country in which CGN is centrally involved. Rolls-Royce [Read More]

6-year-old mauled by pack of dingoes at Australian tourist spot

January 21, 2019@8:23 AM TFP Editor 0

A pack of dingoes mauled a 6-year-old boy. (iStock) A young boy was recovering after he was attacked by a pack of dingoes at a popular Australia tourist spot Saturday. Michael Schipanski, 6, was flown to a nearby hospital after the attack at Fraser Island, which is off the coast of Queensland, according to Sky News. The boy was swimming with his family when he attempted to run up a sand dune and was met with the pack of dingoes, a breed of dogs native to Australia. SUSPECT, [Read More]