US News Despite Werder development: Eggestein wants to stay for the time being
Total signs a large acquisition in solar energy
© PIERRE-OLIVIER / Capa Pictures / Total Total signs a large acquisition in solar energy Total will buy 20% of the Indian Adani Green Energy (AGEL), world's leading solar developer, and "a 50% stake in an operating solar portfolio of 2.35 GWac owned by AGEL". A $ 2.5 billion acquisition. Total continues to accelerate in photovoltaic energy! The oil and renewable energy giant bought the Indian group Adani 20% in Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL), the world's leading solar developer.
Football professional Maximilian Eggestein does not want to leave Werder Bremen for the time being, despite the sporting and economic problems of the past year and a half. “I'll be here in the second half of the season. And I didn't see anyone in the dressing room who brought a suitcase, ”said the 24-year-old midfielder on Wednesday in a digital media round.
Eggestein extended his contract with the Bundesliga club in spring 2019 when he was on the way to the national team and Werder was on his way back to the European Cup. Almost two years later, both he personally and his club are far from these goals. "Of course, when I signed the contract, we had very different hopes," said the former U21 international. “But there's no point in complaining all the time. The development could not be foreseen, nor could Corona be foreseen. " Meanwhile, there is again "a good development" at Werder.
Paris: Paid parking for two-wheelers soon to be tested in the 9th arrondissement? .
The mayor of the 9th arrondissement, Delphine Bürkli, wants to set up an experiment in paid parking for two-wheelers. A wish that will be discussed at the next Paris Council © Caroline Sénécal / 20 Minutes Scooters and motorcycles parked in Vincennes. TRANSPORTS - The mayor of the 9th arrondissement, Delphine Bürkli, wants to set up an experiment in paid parking for two-wheelers.