World Bodensee shipping Plant Season start on May 13
Federal government set to build taxpayer-funded gas-fired power plant in Hunter region of NSW
The Federal government is set to build a taxpayer-funded gas-fired power plant in the Hunter region of NSW, in what would be a major intervention in the electricity market. Prime Minister Scott Morrison last year threatened to build the plant, through its company Snowy Hydro Limited, if the electricity sector failed to fill the 1000 megawatt gap left by the closure of the Liddell power station in 2023.Mr Morrison cited modelling from the government's Liddell taskforce which suggested power prices in NSW could rise by 30 per cent if that capacity is not replaced.
After several shifts, the German Bodensee shipping plans your start of the season on May 13th. Due to the current Corona incidences, you wait a few more days, said the CEO of Lake Constance Ship Farms (BSB), Frank Weber, on Thursday. "But since the numbers continue to fall, we are very optimistic that it starts as the ascension of Christ."
Since the BSB calculates low interest for the time being, initially a reduced emergency timetable was planned, a spokesman said. But the ships are to control the island of Mainau and the state garden show in Überlingen. Unless the Corona situation allows you to start before Pentecost with the regular spring timetable, the BSB announced. Then again with more passengers be expected.
Originally, the German ships together with those from Austria and Switzerland at the Easter wanted to take their rides. After that, the 19th of April had been targeted for the start. On the Swiss and Austrian side there are already round trips within the national borders, but no line operation.
Cricket bats made from BAMBOO are 'better than willow', study finds .
A team of scientists now believe bamboo may not only be a viable substitute for the more traditional willow, but in fact a superior material for a bat. Experiments revealed bamboo bats are stronger, stiffer, lower-cost, more eco-friendly, and have a bigger middle — or sweet spot. The extra strength means bats could be made thinner and lighter than they are now while still transferring more energy into the ball, allowing for more powerful shots.