Entertainment Cologne-based company with 180 employees: Shell buys company “Next Kraftwerke”
1. FC Köln: Didn't Gisdol want Max Meyer at all?
The signing of the former Schalke Max Meyer , who was kicked off by the Premier League club Crystal Palace in the winter transfer window, surprised many observers not only around the 1.FC Cologne . And apparently the midfielder was not too high on the list of priorities for FC coach Markus Gisdol.
The mineral oil company Shell announced on Thursday that it would take over the company “Next Kraftwerke”. As the company announced, 100 percent of the shares will be taken over by the current owner consortium.
“Next Kraftwerke” is one of the world's largest operators of so-called virtual power plants, which has more than 10,000 decentralized energy units in eight continental European countries - Germany, Belgium, Austria, France , Poland, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy - digitally networked and controlled.
These units - including solar cells, bioenergy and hydropower - generate electricity that is sold on behalf of customers in the electricity wholesale markets. All 180 employees of the Cologne company are to be taken over by Shell.
The union vote that could change Amazon forever .
Nearly 6,000 Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama are voting whether to unionize. This is the backstory.“Workers in Alabama — and all across America — are voting on whether to organize a union in their workplace,” he tweeted, along with an accompanying video. “It’s a vitally important choice — one that should be made without intimidation or threats by employers.