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Wallabies star pens Chiefs deal│REDIFF

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Wallabies star pens Chiefs deal│REDIFF

http://blogs.redif f.com/jamirturk/20 12/12/11/springhil l-group-news-artic les-wallabies-star -pens-chiefs-deal/ comment-page-1/ Exeter Chiefs boss Rob Baxter was delighted with the capture of Wallabies star Dean Mumm who has penned a two-year deal at the club. The south west outfit announced the signing on Monday, with the 28-year-old set to move to the English top flight from New South Wales Waratahs after the conclusion of the current Super 15 season. The 27-year-old made his Waratahs’ debut back in 2004 and has won more than 30 caps for the Australia national side. He can also operate at flanker but prefers to do his work in the boiler room, and Baxter feels he has everything required to be a massive part of the club’s future over the next couple of seasons. “He’s a very good signing for us and a very good player,” he told reporters. “He is a back five forward coming into his physical prime. “We’ve looked at lot at him and we believe he has got a lot of ingredients that we want him to bring to the club.” Exeter finished eight in their debut season in the Premiership but are currently fifth in the standings this season with just one regular-season game to go. Victory over Northampton at the weekend would have guaranteed them a play-off berth but the 18-15 defeat means they must now win at Saracens to have any chance of making the top four. Despite the disappointment, Baxter feels that it is testament to how far the club has come that top players now want to come and ply their trade in Devon. “Personally, I think it’s a great credit to what the players have achieved this season, and where we are as a club right now, that a guy of that standing wants to come and play his rugby here in Exeter,” he added. Source: http://taliaburn.t umblr.com/ tags: springhill group, news articles, wallabies star  (Dec 10, 2012 | post #1)

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Italian Door Maker Installs GE's Clean Cycle Heat-to-Power

http://www.getjeal ous.com/robstewart /journal/2740170/i talian-door-maker- installs-ge039s-cl ean.html Italian Door Maker Installs GE's Clean Cycle Heat-to-Power Generators to Produce Renewable On-Site Power General Electric issued the following news release: Italian custom door and furniture maker I.C.M. Spa is showcasing the benefits of industrial energy and resource efficiency by installing a superheated (130degreeC) water wood boiler and two of GE's (NYSE: GE) 125-kilowatt Clean Cycle heat-to-power organic rankine cycle (ORC) generators at its manufacturing plant in Brugnera, in the northern province of Pordenone, Italy. The new biomass boiler system converts the factory's wood waste into renewable energy to heat and power the factory. GE's Clean Cycle solution--which also includes piping, heat exchangers, a cooling tower and service support--converts excess heat from the boiler generation into 200 kW of net electrical energy that is sold to the grid, capitalizing on a feed-in tariff to generate additional revenue. GE is presenting ICM's Clean Cycle project and other innovative energy applications at this week's Ecomondo international sustainable materials and energy trade fair in Rimini, Italy. The Clean Cycle generator is a new kind of ORC heat-to-power system for biomass boilers and landfill gas engines. Previously, ORC has been used to generate reliable power in larger-scale industrial facilities. "Our biomass boiler system with GE's Clean Cycle technology greatly enhances our factory's industrial sustainability by allowing us to sell electricity to the regional grid, creating an important new revenue source," said Bruno Silvestrin, owner of ICM. "This project illustrates our commitment to technological innovation within Italy's home furnishings sector." "The boiler produces superheated water that is used to power the Clean Cycle generators, which then convert the heat from the boiler into 200 kW of net electrical energy. The Clean Cycle units also make it easier for ICM to amortize the cost of the boiler," ICM's Silvestrin added. By recycling its wood waste to provide power and heat for the factory as well as power to the regional grid, ICM is actively supporting Italy's national goal to increase the country's renewable energy production to 17 percent by 2020. Progeco s.r.l., the sales and service provider for GE's Clean Cycle generators for biomass applications in Italy, sold and installed the two Clean Cycle heat-to-power generator units and associated equipment (piping, heat exchangers, cooling tower) at ICM's factory in September 2012. "Our Clean Cycle project with ICM underscores the need for smaller-scale ORC solutions for industrial facilities around the world as businesses seek to become more resource efficient and globally competitive," said Francesco Dattilo, general manager, Southern Europe, Gas Engines for GE Power & Water. GE's portfolio of innovative distributed power solutions gives businesses and communities around the world the ability to generate reliable and efficient power using a variety of fuels anywhere, whether on or off the grid. GE's distributed power solutions gives customers of all types--including industrial businesses, developing communities, government agencies managing disaster relief and other emergency power situations--the ability to generate reliable, sustainable power whenever and wherever it is needed. GE's distributed power portfolio includes GE aeroderivative gas turbines, ecomagination-qual ified Jenbacher and Waukesha gas engines and Clean Cycle waste heat recovery solutions. Source: http://www.cospp.c om/news/2012/11/08 /italian-door-make r-installs-ge-s-cl ean-cycle-heat-to- power-generators-t o-produce-renewabl e-on-site-p.html Watch video: http://www.dailymo tion.com/video/xvl dj6_italian-door-m aker-installs-ge-s -clean-cycle-heat- to-power-generator s-to-produce-renew able-on-site-p_new s  (Dec 4, 2012 | post #1)

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Italian Door Maker Installs GE's Clean Cycle Heat-to-Powe...

http://www.getjeal ous.com/robstewart /journal/2740170/i talian-door-maker- installs-ge039s-cl ean.html Italian Door Maker Installs GE's Clean Cycle Heat-to-Power Generators to Produce Renewable On-Site Power General Electric issued the following news release: Italian custom door and furniture maker I.C.M. Spa is showcasing the benefits of industrial energy and resource efficiency by installing a superheated (130degreeC) water wood boiler and two of GE's (NYSE: GE) 125-kilowatt Clean Cycle heat-to-power organic rankine cycle (ORC) generators at its manufacturing plant in Brugnera, in the northern province of Pordenone, Italy. The new biomass boiler system converts the factory's wood waste into renewable energy to heat and power the factory. GE's Clean Cycle solution--which also includes piping, heat exchangers, a cooling tower and service support--converts excess heat from the boiler generation into 200 kW of net electrical energy that is sold to the grid, capitalizing on a feed-in tariff to generate additional revenue. GE is presenting ICM's Clean Cycle project and other innovative energy applications at this week's Ecomondo international sustainable materials and energy trade fair in Rimini, Italy. The Clean Cycle generator is a new kind of ORC heat-to-power system for biomass boilers and landfill gas engines. Previously, ORC has been used to generate reliable power in larger-scale industrial facilities. Source: http://www.cospp.c om/news/2012/11/08 /italian-door-make r-installs-ge-s-cl ean-cycle-heat-to- power-generators-t o-produce-renewabl e-on-site-p.html Watch video: http://www.dailymo tion.com/video/xvl dj6_italian-door-m aker-installs-ge-s -clean-cycle-heat- to-power-generator s-to-produce-renew able-on-site-p_new s  (Dec 4, 2012 | post #1)

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Looking hard for reasons to give thanks│dailymotion

http://www.dailymo tion.com/video/xv7 450_global-economy -looking-hard-for- reasons-to-give-th anks-milestone-amg _news#.UKnFz-TqmUI * Euro zone in fresh crisis talks over Greece * Budget wrangling in US, EU could sour sentiment * Euro area set for poor PMIs; China's might pick up By Alan Wheatley, Global Economics Correspondent LONDON, Nov 18 (Reuters) - With every year that passes, fewer and fewer people lead a life that is poor, nasty, brutish and short. So it is only right to step back, as America does this Thursday, to appreciate the bounties bestowed by economic progress. Yet this Thanksgiving, with the impact of the 2008 global financial crisis refusing to fade, will not feel like a time to celebrate. In Europe, another week brings another meeting of finance ministers to try to 'save' Greece as well as another set of surveys likely to show the euro zone heading for another quarter of recession. And in the United States, despite warm words after talks on Friday, worries about the capacity of politicians to put the public finances on a sustainable footing are sure to persist. Ward McCarthy, chief financial economist at Jefferies in New York, said he was sceptical of the consensus that Democrats and Republicans would strike a budget bargain by the year-end deadline for the two sides had painted themselves into corners. He said it was important to distinguish between the compromises needed to dodge the immediate 'fiscal cliff' - a mix of tax increases and spending cuts set to take effect in January - and a long-term deal to slash the deficit. "It's virtually impossible to get a long-term budget deal done before the end of the year. The fiscal cliff doesn't end the process; it's just the beginning. So we still have the threat of another credit downgrade hanging over our head," McCarthy said. Joe Carson, an economist at AllianceBernstein in New York, shares those concerns; a short-term fix would not provide the clarity that businesses and consumers need. "And without a legislative solution to the federal deficit and ever-rising federal debt problem, the U.S. runs the risk of another credit rating downgrade, with the added costs and uncertainty that could also weigh on economic growth prospects for years to come," Carson said in a note. Source: http://www.reuters .com/article/2012/ 11/18/economy-glob al-weekahead-idUSL 3E8MH0SL20121118 Read more ? http://milestonegr oupsadolfeclint.bl og.com/2012/11/19/ global-economy-loo king-hard-for-reas ons-to-give-thanks %E2%94%82milestone -amg/ http://www.faceboo k.com/groups/32636 6510804876/permali nk/326367750804752 / http://adolfclint. newsvine.com/_news /2012/11/18/152628 14-global-economy- looking-hard-for-r easons-to-give-tha nksmilestone-amg http://milestonegr oupsadolfeclint.bl og.com/2012/11/19/ global-economy-loo king-hard-for-reas ons-to-give-thanks %E2%94%82milestone -amg/  (Nov 22, 2012 | post #1)