first_imgAthens, GA-based rockers Perpetual Groove will perform a proper two-night headlining run at Brooklyn Bowl on September 8th and 9th. Since the group came off a two year hiatus back in mid-2015, Brock Butler (guitar, vocals), Adam Perry (bass, vocals), Matt McDonald (keys, vocals), and Albert Suttle (drums) have been putting together some of the strongest and most inspiring shows of the band’s now twenty year career. To add to that, P-Groove released the EP Familiar Stare this past August, which witnessed a new chapter of creativity, maturation, and an evolution of sound for the quartet. The future looks very bright for Perpetual Groove.Cleveland, OH funk/hip-hop/reggae acts Tropidelic will support P-Groove at the Brooklyn Bowl on Friday, September 8th, with support from Trae Pierce & the T-Stones and Broccoli Samurai on the 9th. Tickets for September 8th can be purchased here, and September 9th tix here. Enter To Win A Pair Of Tickets To Your Show Of Choice:[cover photo by Jason Koerner Photography]]last_img read more

first_imgThe Lundin Foundation will join the board of Ocean Harvesting Technologies and will support the company’s commercialisation strategy. Zomo Fisher, VP Sustainability, Lundin Energy, also commented: Research & Development Posted: 6 months ago “The vast experience and technical expertise of the Lundin Group, as well as the potential to pilot the technology at off-shore facilities, will be of great value to our company.” The Lundin Foundation receives annual funding from Lundin Energy to invest in low-carbon technologies and support decarbonisation at scale. InfinityWEC is a modular and scalable wave energy conversion system capable of capturing and converting wave energy to electricity. Swedish wave energy tech developer Ocean Harvesting Technologies has secured a €300,000 investment from Lundin Foundation. Ocean Harvesting Technologies Joins GCE Ocean Technology Categories:center_img Mikael Sidenmark, CEO at OHT, said: Compared to offshore wind power, InfinityWEC could produce 10 times more electricity per used sea area. Posted: 6 months ago “Our InfinityWEC technology is the result of several years of R&D and of new technology developments in adjacent industries. To bring our technology to commercialization, we are very pleased to welcome Lundin Foundation as a new shareholder in Ocean Harvesting Technologies. This partnership also enabled Lundin Foundation to make an equity investment into Ocean Harvesting Technologies. “As an experienced Nordic energy developer and operator, Lundin Energy is proud to support low-carbon technology development in the region. The investment matches a grant from the Swedish Energy Agency for the next development phase of the company’s InfinityWEC technology. “We have a goal to become carbon neutral across our operations by 2030, and untapped technologies such as wave power can help the wider industry to decarbonise.”last_img read more

first_imgThe situation echoed 2014, whencandidates Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah alleged massive fraud by eachother, forcing the United States to broker a “power-sharing arrangement” thatmade Ghani president. Both men, front-runners again, saidthey would not accept a similar arrangement. Results are expected on Oct. 19. Ifneither man wins over half the votes, a runoff would take place. Turnout was an estimated 2.6-millionvotes, about one-quarter of eligible voters, following Taliban’s threatsagainst voting stations.(Reuters) Around 4,500 complaints were filedsince the Sept. 28 election. The Independent Election Commission said on Sundaysome biometric verification machines were lost. KABUL – Despite pulling off a saferpresidential election than expected, Afghanistan looks for a prolonged periodof political uncertainty, with two front-runners claiming victory even beforeballots are tallied.  Afghan election commission workers transfer data from biometric devices to the main server at a warehouse in Kabul, Afghanistan on Oct. 7. REUTERS/MOHAMMAD ISMAILlast_img read more

first_img He has included six Dublin players, including semi-final hero Bernard Brogan, for the Croke Park decider. Ulster manager Joe Kernan has called up Crossmaglen pair Aaron Kernan and Jamie Clarke to his starting fifteen. Press Association Leinster manager Pat Gilroy has named his squad for Sunday’s Interprovincial Football final against Ulster.last_img