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Air Products supplies hydrogen bus fueling innovation to OCTA in California

first_img Orange County’s bus system unveils hydrogen fuel station. (Credit: Wikimedia/Miles Riehle) Air Products (NYSE: APD), a global leader in providing hydrogen fueling and related technology and infrastructure, celebrated the grand opening of the largest capacity hydrogen fueling station for transit buses in the United States in Santa Ana, California along with project collaborators: the Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE), Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), California Air Resources Board (CARB), South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD), New Flyer and Trillium.The new fueling station, located at OCTA’s bus depot, is equipped with Air Products’ SmartFuel® hydrogen fueling technology, design, and equipment. OCTA’s current hydrogen fuel cell electric bus fleet is comprised of 10 buses, but the station is built for future growth.  It has a bus fueling capacity for up to 50 buses, which corresponds to fueling up to 1,500 kilograms (kg) of hydrogen in an eight-hour time period. The station can fuel transit buses with an average of 28 kg of hydrogen per bus in a time frame of 6 to 10 minutes per bus, while also providing back-to-back bus fueling for up to 30 buses and simultaneous fueling capability with multiple fueling lanes.“This station sets a new milestone for bus fueling capacity and demonstrates other continuing innovations in hydrogen fueling. While we have designed and built hydrogen fueling stations around the world for transit agencies, this station brings our advanced fast-fill technology to transit buses by taking advantage of our unique cryogenic compressors and specifically designed cooling system as well as our liquid hydrogen supply position,” said Eric Guter, general manager, Americas Growth Platforms at Air Products.This hydrogen fueling project is the result of several organizations working together to usher in the next phase of zero emissions transit vehicles in the U.S. “We would like to congratulate our project collaborators for joining together for such a notable accomplishment and CARB for providing critical funding for this project,” said Guter.“Funds from the state’s landmark cap-and-trade program help forward-looking transit agencies like OCTA — and their partners such as Air Products — secure clean energy to modernize and transform their fleets,” Jack Kitowski, chief of CARB’s Mobile Source Control Division, said. “A zero-emission public bus fleet dramatically reduces tailpipe emissions from buses in low-income communities and provides multiple benefits, especially for transit-dependent riders. Fleets that transition to clean energy sources like hydrogen reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions and help achieve cleaner air for all of us.”CTE, a nonprofit that advocates for clean, sustainable, innovative transportation and energy technologies, is managing the project. CTE and OCTA secured $12.47 million, more than half of the funding for the project, from CARB through California Climate Investments, a statewide initiative that puts billions of cap-and-trade dollars to work reducing greenhouse gas emissions, strengthening the economy, and improving public health and the environment, particularly in disadvantaged neighborhoods. Additional funding came via California’s Senate Bill 1, overseen by the California Department of Transportation, and from the SCAQMD’s Clean Fuels Fund.“CTE has been working with Air Products for over a decade building hydrogen stations around the US,” said Dan Raudebaugh, CTE’s Executive Director. “This station in Orange County, built in partnership with Trillium, is real game changer for the zero-emission bus industry.”Air Products has a long history of offering a full suite of hydrogen fueling solutions with its SmartFuel® technology, ranging from turn-key hydrogen fueling stations with maintenance, to equipment supply, to hydrogen fuel production and supply. At Santa Ana, Air Products designed and jointly installed the hydrogen fueling station, supplied most of the major equipment, will substantially maintain the station, and will supply the hydrogen for fueling the buses. Air Products will deliver liquid hydrogen to the station, where it will be vaporized and compressed into a high-pressure gas using its proprietary cryogenic hydrogen compressors, before being dispensed with Air Products’ fueling dispensers into the buses. Trillium was project manager, provided site preparation, some equipment, installation and first-line maintenance.Air Products has been fueling buses with hydrogen for over 20 years and recently installed a 1,000 kg/day hydrogen bus fueling station in Asia, as well as a 200kg/day station in Europe.  Air Products has also been involved with bus projects with Transport for London, and with SARTA in Canton, Ohio. The new OCTA station is Air Products’ third hydrogen bus fueling station in the U.S.Air Products, the leading global supplier of hydrogen to refineries to assist in producing cleaner burning transportation fuels, has vast experience in the hydrogen fueling industry. In fact, several sites today for certain hydrogen fueling applications are fueling at rates of over 75,000 refills per year. Use of the company’s fueling technology is increasing and is used in over 1,500,000 hydrogen fills per year. The company has been involved in over 250 hydrogen fueling projects in the United States and 20 countries worldwide. Cars, trucks, vans, buses, scooters, forklifts, locomotives, planes, cell towers, material handling equipment, and even submarines have been fueled with trend-setting Air Products’ SmartFuel® technologies.Air Products has more than 60 years of hydrogen experience and an extensive patent portfolio in hydrogen dispensing technology. Air Products provides liquid and gaseous hydrogen and a variety of enabling devices and protocols for fuel dispensing at varied pressures. Hydrogen for these stations can be delivered to a site via truck or pipeline, produced by natural gas reformation, biomass conversion, or by electrolysis, including electrolysis that is solar and wind driven. Source: Company Press Release Grand opening of nation’s largest fast-fill hydrogen bus fueling station for Orange County Transportation Authority fleetlast_img read more

Europe Mobilizes to Contain ‘Most Serious’ EHV-1 Outbreak in Decades

first_img SIGN UP We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. Email* Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! One of the biggest mobilizations to curtail an aggressive neurological strain of Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1) in recent equestrian history is now underway in Spain. The FEI says it is “probably the most serious outbreak in Europe for decades.”Four horses are reported dead at the Valencia venue which was in the middle of its annual seven-week spring CSI tour. At least two of the equine fatalities have been suffered by the visiting German entourage. Eighty-four on-venue horses have clinical signs and 11 have been shipped to external clinics as far as Barcelona, 200 miles away.Related outbreaks have been confirmed in France, Belgium and Germany, amid concerns that some riders fled Valencia with potentially infected horses before it was locked-down. The Fédération Française d’Equitation (FFE) has suspended all national and international competitions, training clinics, and other equine events until March 28 in response to the Spanish EHV-1 outbreak.Spanish veterinary authorities are in charge on-site at Valencia, on the eastern coast of Spain, with 21 treating veterinarians now in place. The FEI is coordinating both onsite and wider measures with the Spanish National Federation.Last week the FEI blocked 752 horses that competed at Valencia since February 1 from entering other shows until tested, and has ordered other organizers on the Iberian peninsula not to accept any horses travelling on from that tour.At this time of year, upwards of 4,000 FEI-registered horses from all over Europe are present in Spain and Portugal at any time, for the four main winter/spring CSI tours at Valencia, Oliva, Vejer de la Frontera and Villamoura.The latest FEI bulletin says: “As many of you will have seen on social media and other online media platforms, there are some very distressing images and footage of extremely sick horses in Valencia.“As this strain of EHV-1 is particularly aggressive and there are now confirmed related outbreaks in France, Belgium and Germany, we remain concerned that several sick and in-contact horses left the venue before it was closed for departures and that they may spread the disease.“Although the FEI has blocked all these horses in the FEI Database until the required testing protocols have been fulfilled, the FEI has again directly contacted National Federations with horses that participated in Valencia requesting confirmation that they have contacted all their athletes that were in Valencia, that their national veterinary authorities have been informed about the outbreak and the returning horses, and that the necessary isolation of returning horses and in-contact horses has been put in place and compliance is being controlled.”Over the weekend, the FEI ordered extra stabling so that healthy/recovered horses can be better separated and 44 temporary stables are due from the South of France today (March 1.)The French National Federation and the FEI have coordinated a supply of inflatable support mats to assist recumbent horses to stand. Rescue nets and emergency slings are being sourced from Switzerland, and France and Germany are supplying extra veterinarians.The FEI will be using data from this outbreak to evaluate the effectiveness of the EHV1 vaccine.The FEI added: “We are grateful for the way our community continues to come together to deal with this outbreak. This is a true example of solidarity among our National Federations in Europe working together with the FEI.”The outbreak was first alerted on February 21 when some horses fell sick at the show. A German horse who jumped as recently as February 20 is sadly among those who have died.To date, official information has only been circulated to national federations, and published on the biosecurity section of the FEI website which is difficult to find for those not using that resource regularly.Riders took to social media to spread the word. Some platforms have removed videos of stricken horses, believing they are too distressing. Tags: Valencia, EHV-1, Equine Herpes Virus, Spain, Horse Sport Enews More from News:MARS Bromont CCI Announces Requirements For US-Based RidersThe first set of requirements to allow American athletes and support teams to enter Canada for the June 2-6 competition have been released.Canadian Eventer Jessica Phoenix Reaches the 100 CCI4*-S MarkPhoenix achieved the milestone while riding Pavarotti at the inaugural 2021 CCI4*-S at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event.Tribunal Satisfied That Kocher Made Prolonged Use of Electric SpursAs well as horse abuse, the US rider is found to have brought the sport into disrepute and committed criminal acts under Swiss law.Washington International Horse Show Returns to TryonTIEC will again provide the venue for the WIHS Oct. 26-31 with a full schedule of hunter, jumper and equitation classes.last_img read more

Philippine Naval Forces Conduct Readiness Inspection

first_img View post tag: forces The activity conducted at the Naval Station Ernesto Ogbinar Grandstand, which was co-presided by Commodore Nodolfo V Tejada, Commander of NFNL and Regional Director Melchito M. Castro of OCD Region 1, aims to determine their readiness for deployment as the typhoon season approaches.The Naval Forces Northern Luzon is the only Naval Operating Force of the Philippine Navy that conducts this kind of activity in partnership with the Office of Civil Defense under its area of operations.[mappress]Press Release, July 08, 2014; Image: Philippine Navy View post tag: asia July 8, 2014 View post tag: Readiness Philippine Naval Forces Conduct Readiness Inspection Authorities The Philippine Naval Forces Northern Luzon, through its Regional Disaster Response Task Group 1 (RDRTG-1), conducted its annual Operational Readiness Inspection in partnership with the Office of the Civil Defense (OCD) Region 1 on July 4, 2014. Back to overview,Home naval-today Philippine Naval Forces Conduct Readiness Inspection center_img View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Naval View post tag: conduct View post tag: inspection View post tag: Philippine Share this article View post tag: Navylast_img read more

HM Naval Base Portsmouth Welcomes Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

first_img Training & Education July 28, 2015 Back to overview,Home naval-today HM Naval Base Portsmouth Welcomes Duke and Duchess of Cambridge HM Naval Base Portsmouth Welcomes Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited HM Naval Base Portsmouth on Sunday 26 July to meet the international sailing teams taking part in the World Series Races to determine the contender for the America’s Cup Trophy in 2017.The Duke and Duchess were met in Portsmouth by Lord-Lieutenant of Hampshire Nigel Atkinson in the Emirates Team New Zealand base within HM Naval Base Portsmouth and introduced to the Royal Navy’s Fleet Commander Admiral Sir Philip Jones, Naval Base Commander Commodore Jeremy Rigby and Captain of the Base Colonel Mike Tanner RM.The Royal couple thanked the Senior Naval Officers for the Royal Navy’s support to the America’s Cup World Series in Portsmouth.Captain of the Base, Colonel Mike Tanner took this opportunity to present the Royal couple with wooden handcrafted models of the two new aircraft carriers HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales: bath time play things for the young HRH Prince George and HRH Princess Charlotte.The Navy’s carriers will be homeported in Portsmouth when they come into active service within the next few years. The Naval base is busy preparing the dockyard facilities to be ready for the arrival of the first of the class HMS Queen Elizabeth next year.In the line-up greeting the Royal visitors were Sir Keith Mills the Chairman of Team Origin, Event Organisers of the America’s Cup and Commercial Commissioner Dr Harvey Schiller, Leader of Portsmouth City Council Donna Jones, Lord Mayor of Portsmouth Councillor, Frank Jonas.Despite the heavy rain and leaden skies, the Royal visitors continued their tour of the International Team bases meeting the skippers, technical staff and crew of the six competing teams from France, New Zealand, Sweden, Japan and the USA, followed by the British home team Landrover BAR led Sir Ben Ainslie.They toured the team’s new home to see the purpose-built facilities, learn about the team’s investment in developing maritime and design skills through working with local colleges as well as meet staff, their families and some of the team’s apprentices.Their Royal Highnesses will visit the ‘1851 Trust’s interactive zone’ where they will be introduced to young people who have taken their first sailing steps with the Trust.They will also find out more on the ‘sailing taster’ project run by the charity in conjunction with the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation (ASSF) – up to a 1,000 local young people aged 9-14 are being given the opportunity to try sailing during the five week summer project, operating from Portsmouth Sailing Club. View post tag: HM Naval Base Portsmouth Share this articlelast_img read more

You Can Go Home Again, But You Won’t Recognize It

first_imgI travel back to my hometown quite a bit because my kids love to visit their grandparents — there are no rules at Grandma’s house. Chocolate cake for breakfast? No problem. Chocolate cake for breakfast while watching Star Wars and riding a brand new bike around the living room? Why not.So yeah, I go home a lot. But I spend most of my time there trying to get my kids (all hopped up on high fructose corn syrup) to settle down and stop trying to give the cat a bath. I don’t get out much when I’m home.But this week, I went home solo for work and managed to hit the town sans children. What I discovered is that the sleepy, farm community I grew up in is it is no longer a sleepy, farm community. Instead of farms, there are high end gated communities, and instead of the quiet downtown square that was famous for its sheer volume of antique stores, there was a bustling town with Irish pubs, yoga studios, and FroYo. When I was a kid, we hung out in the knife. That was exciting as things got.Hell, now, my hometown even has a brewery. It’s out there on the edge of town, somewhere near the new climbing wall. WTF? Oh, and don’t get me started on the town’s booming greenway system. It makes the half-ass greenway system in my current town look shameful.The brewery I’m talking about is Red Hare, a small brewery that was actually the first in the state to start canning. I got to try their Long Day Lager for the first time at one of those Irish pubs, while listening to the dude next to me try to impress the bartender by telling her over and over about how much meat he smokes on weekends. Brisket, ribs, tenderloin, pork butt…you name it.The beer is sweeter than most lagers (especially those mass-produced lagers I was drinking when I grew up in this town), with an intriguing citrus zest that comes on at the end of the sip. It’s still light and crisp, the way lagers should be, but there’s an undeniably malty underbelly holding everything together. Red Hare isn’t trying to reinvent the wheel with this beer, but it’s good, and it comes in at a way sessionable 4.9%, which I appreciate. And did I mention it’s made in my hometown? How cool is that?last_img read more

NCUA seeks comments on federal credit unions’ investment reporting

first_imgNCUA is inviting public comment on its current investment reporting regulations, specifically whether the reporting requirements on securities, deposits and other investments are necessary and ways to minimize federal credit unions’ information-collection burden.Comments are due to the agency by May 31. NCUA, through a Federal Register notice, said the information it collects from federal credit unions on their investment programs is used to determine the level of risk within a credit union and actions taken to mitigate such risk; and helps prevent losses to credit unions and the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund. continue reading » 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Make vendor management work for your credit union

first_imgWorking with vendors in today’s environment is unavoidable. In order for you and your staff to do what you do best—serve your members—sometimes that requires partnering with third-party providers in order to:Provide the technology you need to operate efficientlyOffer your members the products and services they need to meet their goals and protect their assetsReduce your credit union’s risk Depending on the number of vendors you have (or need), the vendor management process can be daunting, particularly when it comes to managing your credit union’s risk. The number of partners required to manage all aspects of your auto loan portfolio can be extensive. It can require service providers to assist with collections, insurance tracking and placement, skip tracing, repossession, and remarketing. It can be tedious to manage each of these relationships and ensure that the partnership is valuable to both you and your members. Since working with vendors is inevitable, it’s important to seek out partnerships that are best suited for your credit union and member base, and maximize those relationships to accomplish as many of your objectives as possible. Seek out industry leadersThere’s rarely a product or service provider in the market that has a monopoly on their service, so chances are, whatever your need, there are multiple vendors that can offer you a solution. Start by identifying three products and/or services that you currently outsource to a third party. Then ask yourself if you know the three most reputable vendors for those products/services. Do you have an existing relationship with their sales staff, leadership, or other employees? If not, you and your members could be missing out on a potential mutually beneficial relationship.During the course of any year, services get enhanced, new products are released, pricing changes for a variety of reasons, and regulations change—making older-generation products obsolete or non-compliant. Without your knowing, the entire industry could be using (or switching over to) a better product or service from your vendor’s competitor, costing you potential business because you’re lagging behind.Knowing what you have and what you don’t have is key to your success, and the best way to find that out is by keeping in touch with your vendors. Invite the leadership teams from your selected vendors in for a visit at least once every six months. Explain how your credit union is performing, what needs you have, and ask for their recommendations. Also, ask about any enhancements or new products they have in the works, what offerings seem to be the most popular and seem to be showing momentum in the market. Industry leaders are constantly improving their products and services and looking for “the next best thing” to stay competitive—and your credit union should benefit from relationships with the most innovative and forward-thinking vendors. What can they do for you?Ask yourself: “What do you get by offering your members [X product] from [X vendor]?” Most credit unions are looking to provide their members with a product or service that they need and potentially collect income and deepen the relationship as a byproduct. But, in today’s competitive market, overflowing with industry disruptors, you could be selling yourself—and your members—short. Quality vendors will include training, robust reporting, software, core integrations, market intelligence, and other related products and services to ensure they are meeting and exceeding your need. Think of it this way: if you went in to buy a new car, and the salesperson tried to sell you one with air conditioning, hands-free phone capabilities, navigation, etc. You might think, “I only need a car to get me from A to point B.” But, once you buy the car, you realize how important the air conditioning, hands-free capabilities, and navigation are to the driving experience.One neck to chokeIt can be time consuming to oversee and communicate with all of your vendors—especially if you require multiple vendors to manage the same function. Software products, in particular, have regular enhancements, updates, and changes, and having a close relationship with vendors and providers ensures that you’re notified and kept up-to-date. If you’ve done a recent audit of your vendors, perhaps you noticed a growing list with some functionality crossover. One thing you may consider is the possibility of condensing your number of partners. We all know in the risk-management business, we have skip tracers, repossession agents, remarketers, outsourced collection agents, so on and so forth. It can be arduous to keep tabs on all the different vendors required to keep your risk-management operation running. Having fewer vendor relationships to manage is one of the biggest benefits of condensing your number of partners to work with an organization that can provide a holistic solution. When you work with one vendor for a group of services, it essentially ups the stakes and adds pressure on them to meet your credit union’s needs. It can also simplify your third-party oversight process. And, from a vendor management standpoint, one vendor or partner means you only have one neck to choke!  An effective vendor management process is one vital tool in your risk management tool kit. Learn about the other components that should be included in your risk management program in our latest ebook, The Right Tools for Risk Management. 12SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Cyndy Stewart Cyndy Stewart has been with SWBC since 1999 and has more than 20 years of successful sales leadership experience in the financial services industry. As Director of Sales for The … Web: Detailslast_img read more

Pennsylvania Republicans take extreme measures to keep Pennsylvania’s votes from counting

first_imgSo, you know what to do. Get out the vote. Humiliate Donald Trump. Win the Senate. And protect your vote, especially if you’re in a battleground state. As planned, the Republicans have been fighting in the courts, losing at the Supreme Court which ruled that mailed-in ballots postmarked by Election Day and received by Friday can still be counted. Trump has been raising hell about that, including coming damned close to inciting violence, tweeting last night that the decision “is a VERY dangerous one. It will allow rampant and unchecked cheating and will undermine our entire systems of laws. It will also induce violence in the streets. Something must be done!” That earned a flag from Twitter, warning that its contents “might be misleading about an election or other civic process.”The 5-3 Supreme Court decision had the three conservative dissenters—Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, and Neil Gorsuch—flirting with taking the case back up after Election Day when Republicans are expected to bring suit again should Trump need to fuck with Pennsylvania to keep his electoral hopes alive. That led the state to order mail ballots postmarked on Election Day that arrive after Tuesday to be segregated, in case the Supreme Court rules they have to be invalidated.- Advertisement – “They did a very bad thing for this state. They did a very bad thing for this nation,” Trump said Monday in a rally outside Scranton. “You have to have a date. You can’t extend dates. The danger that could be caused by that extension, and especially when you know what goes on in Philadelphia, and it’s been going on for years.” He vowed “We’re going to go in the night of—as soon as the election is over—we’re going in with our lawyers.” The Republican Commissioner of Lancaster County is playing along, saying he will refuse to count mail-in ballots that arrive after Election Day until there’s a Supreme Court ruling.Pennsylvania Republicans also brought suit in federal court Tuesday morning, against Montgomery County officials who they allege started counting before Tuesday. The county is suburban Philadelphia and largely Democratic. They allege that in the process of contacting people with flawed returned ballots—no signature, no secrecy envelope—to allow them to correct their ballots, they were counting ballots. Kelly Cofrancisco, a spokeswoman for Montgomery County, said its process is “sound and permissible under the Election Code.” A hearing is expected to be held later Tuesday.Expect a lot more Pennsylvania shenanigans from team Trump before the day, the week, the month is out. That is unless all the other states step in to make it moot, Trump loses, and everyone in Pennsylvania has their vote counted.- Advertisement –center_img – Advertisement –last_img read more

Heritage group shoots down MEPC in RAF Kemble fight

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One Championship could return to ring next month: CEO

first_imgHe said the job cuts in “non-essential” areas were necessary to insulate the company against an expected economic downturn, despite the $70 million cash injection.”Extraordinary times require very unusual prudence to protect the company and the longevity of many years to come,” Chatri said.”Our operating assumption is that the global economy will continue to suffer over the next 24 months, and potentially enter the worst global recession in history,” he added. “And so we want to be prepared, under all scenarios, with a lean organization with a big war chest.” With coronavirus laying waste to professional sports worldwide, One’s last event was in Singapore in late February, and it had to cancel a series of events in April and May.”Of course, this environment has made it trickier to operate but I’m always an optimist, and I believe that where there’s a will, there’s a way,” Chatri said by phone from Singapore.”We are looking at next month already. Nothing has been announced formally, but I can tell you that we are working very hard to come back,” he added.Chatri did not disclose the size of One’s now-reduced global workforce, but the company’s LinkedIn profile put the headcount at between 201-500 employees. Asia’s largest mixed martial arts promotion, One Championship, could resume putting on fights as early as next month, its CEO told AFP on Monday, as he warned of rocky operating conditions ahead after the coronavirus.Chatri Sityodtong was speaking as the Singapore-based company slashed 20 percent of its workforce but also announced a $70 million funding boost from institutional investors.He said One, which promotes cards across Asia in mixed martial arts, Muay Thai and kickboxing, was planning fight nights next month in China, Thailand and Singapore, depending on lockdown measures. ‘Big vote of confidence’ Chatri said the extra funding had come from existing backers as well as a new institutional investor — a “$20 billion fund” from the United States whose identity will be revealed in the coming weeks.The cash boost brings One’s total capital to $346 million and helps “future-proof” the organization, Chatri said.”I’m very grateful for this big vote of confidence, you know, in the middle of the worst global economic crisis in 100 years,” he said.”I’m just very, very excited and inspired to return back with live events this summer, and start doing what we always do.”Chatri said One was “in talks with every major Asian government to bring back our events online”. One Hero fights, feeder events for the main championship, will also be held in Shanghai on June 20 and 21, he said.The US-based Ultimate Fighting Championship on May 10 became one of the first sports to restart post-coronavirus.UFC has so far successfully put on six shows in tightly controlled environments under COVID-19 testing protocols in Jacksonville, Florida, and Las Vegas.One Championship also has eSports and reality TV interests, Chatri said, as well as its “crown jewel” of stadium fights. Topics :last_img read more