Rupert Hargreaves | Tuesday, 4th May, 2021 | More on: ITM Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. Enter Your Email Address Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares The ITM Power (LSE: ITM) share price is trading lower in early deals this morning after the company issued a trading update.The firm announced that it had moved its network of hydrogen refuelling stations into a separate wholly-owned entity. Unfortunately, it seems as if the market hasn’t taken this news well.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…At the time of writing, shares in the company have fallen 5.8%. Year-to-date, the stock is off nearly 9%, although over the past 12 months, the ITM share price has added 237%. It seems as if today’s decline relates to speculation that management is planning to sell the hydrogen refuelling business after the separation.However, there’s been no indication of this. Instead, management has said the reorganisation will provide flexibility for scaling up and growth.ITM share price growth ITM Motive Limited is the name of the new division. It owns and operates a portfolio of 12 hydrogen refuelling station assets, eight of which are already in action, and a further four are being built.This makes it the largest such operator in the UK. I think it also showcases the potential of the business.Hydrogen has tremendous potential, but the fuel source is still relatively underdeveloped compared to alternatives, such as electricity. Compared to its 12 assets, there are over 9,000 electric vehicle charging points and 8,000 petrol stations across the UK. The ITM share price is one of the few options available to investors who want to invest directly in hydrogen energy in the UK. As well as the company’s refuelling station network, it also owns what is considered to be the most significant polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) electrolyser factory in the world. The enterprise is planning a second gigawatt-scale factory to help scale production. Put simply, PEM technology is a vital part of production hydrogen. As well as this development, in mid-April, ITM submitted planning permission for the UK’s largest electrolyser facility to be built close to the UK’s biggest onshore windfarm. This will help produce green hydrogen, which is one of the most environmentally friendly and efficient renewable technologies. However, it’s also expensive to manufacture. This means the market is in its infancy. Risks vs reward I believe ITM has a bright future, especially if hydrogen takes off as a major fuel source. However, the group also faces many risks and challenges.For example, it’s still a relatively small enterprise. Revenues totalled just £5m last year. This could limit the company’s access to financing and growth capital. It’s also still losing money. Last year, losses totalled £30m. This makes it all the more critical that the group has access to capital to continue with its growth plans. Unfortunately, that’s not guaranteed. As such, there’s a significant risk the business may run out of money before it becomes self-sustaining. That could have a devastating impact on the ITM share price. Despite these risks and challenges, I think the company has potential, and I believe hydrogen has a significant role in the world’s future energy mix. Therefore, I’d buy the stock for my portfolio after recent declines. However, I’d limit my exposure in case the business does end up running out of cash. 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Facebook Twitter By Gary Truitt – Apr 26, 2013 Farm Bureau President Praises River Navigation Measure SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Farm Bureau President Praises River Navigation Measure Facebook Twitter SHARE The American Farm Bureau Federation says the Mississippi River Navigation Sustainment Act – recently introduced in the U.S. House – would maintain the critical movement of goods during periods of extreme weather. In a letter to the bill’s sponsors – Farm Bureau President Bob Stallman notes that the Mississippi River is a critical national transportation artery on which hundreds of millions of tons of essential commodities are shipped. He says low water events on the river created great uncertainty for those who depend on our waterway systems. But whether it’s low water conditions or devastating floods – Stallman says we need to be proactive in planning and preparing to keep the Mississippi River open for commerce.Stallman says the legislation introduced by Illinois Representatives Bill Enyart and Rodney Davis will improve understanding of the Mississippi River system while providing additional flexibility for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to respond to extreme weather events through better water management, improved river forecasting and more effective environmental management. According to Stallman – an efficient and reliable inland waterway system linked to competitive ports is vital to America’s ability to provide affordable agricultural products domestically and to compete internationally.Source: NAFB News service Previous articleCoalition Applauds Introduction of Ag Worker Bill in HouseNext articleOil Falls Sharply at Weeks End Gary Truitt
IraqMiddle East – North Africa June 7, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Government urged to ensure journalists are free to cover Friday’s demonstrations In view of the recent attacks on journalists, our organization would like to point out that the media have the right to observe, film and photograph demonstrators and security forces. The authorities must facilitate the work of journalists or at least not obstruct them in any way. Confiscating their equipment, arresting them or detaining them for short periods, or any use of physical violence against them must be prohibited. Iraq : Wave of arrests of journalists covering protests in Iraqi Kurdistan News Reporters Without Borders wrote to the Iraqi authorities yesterday urging them to ensure respect for the rights of journalists, including their right to cover the major demonstrations that are due to be held throughout Iraq this Friday, 10 June.Read the Reporters Without Borders letter : Dear Prime Minister,The international press freedom organization Reporters Without Borders has learned that major demonstrations are to be held throughout Iraq on 10 June to demand better public services (such as electricity and water), respect for basic rights and freedoms, the release of political prisoners and a crackdown on corruption. Government of IraqBaghdad Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki December 28, 2020 Find out more News Any action by the security forces that prevents journalists from doing their job is an unacceptable violation of freedom of expression. IraqMiddle East – North Africa News February 15, 2021 Find out more December 16, 2020 Find out more Paris, 6 June 2011 Help by sharing this information Follow the news on Iraq Sincerely, Three jailed reporters charged with “undermining national security” Press freedom is an essential component of the democratic process to which Iraq is committed. We will be watching closely to see whether the public’s right to information is respected. to go further Organisation RSF_en Jean-François JulliardReporters Without Borders secretary-general We trust you will give this matter your careful consideration. Receive email alerts RSF’s 2020 Round-up: 50 journalists killed, two-thirds in countries “at peace” News
RSF_en Organisation March 11, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 A group of foreign journalists was prevented from covering a rally News A group of foreign journalists was prevented from covering a rally at the Tajoura mosque (14 km east of Tripoli). Several men in uniform approached the group and told them that they were not authorized to be in the area. They were then taken back to their hotel. A representative of the Libyan government who accompanied them told them that the presence of foreign media encouraged violence. Help by sharing this information
Top StoriesNo Hindrance To COVID-19 Control Measures Due To 2G Net : J&K Admin Extends Internet Speed Curbs Till April 27 [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK15 April 2020 8:12 PMShare This – xThe Jammu and Kashmir Home Department issued a fresh order on Wednesday to extend the existing restrictions on internet speed till April 27.Mobile internet has been restricted to 2G speed in J&K since January 15, when the internet shutdown imposed on August 5 was partially lifted by the administration following the Supreme Court’s order in Anuradha Bhasin case.”While these restrictions…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Jammu and Kashmir Home Department issued a fresh order on Wednesday to extend the existing restrictions on internet speed till April 27.Mobile internet has been restricted to 2G speed in J&K since January 15, when the internet shutdown imposed on August 5 was partially lifted by the administration following the Supreme Court’s order in Anuradha Bhasin case.”While these restrictions have not posed any hindrance to COVID-19 control measures, they have reduced incidents of misuse of social media by way of uploading and circulation of provocative audio/video content, fake news, rumour mongering, coordination of terror activities and other such acts that rely upon high speed mobile connectivitiy”, said the order issued by Shaleen Kabra IAS, Principal Secretary to Home Department, J&K Government.The order referred to reports of law enforcement agencies regarding usage of social media for circulation of photographs of terrorists and for mobilizing crowds and also to the instance of over 500 villagers gathering to attend the funeral of a slain terrorist defying the lockdown.”Taking note of misuse of social media applications in terror activities and also in adversely impacting public order, it is apparent that there is need for continuation of speed restrictions on mobile internet services”, stated the order, invoking powers under Section 5(2) of the Telegraph Act and Rule 2 of the Temporary Suspension of Telecom Services (Public Emergency or Public Safety) Rules 2017.The order also clarified that only verified pre-paid subscribers can access mobile internet.In the previous order issued on April 3 extending the restrictions till April 15, the Department had also stated that the speed restrictions have not hindered “access to online educational content”.Last week, the Supreme Court had issued notice to the Centre and J&K Government on a PIL seeking restoration of 4G internet services in the area during the lockdown period.At 2G mobile internet speeds, the patients, doctors, and the general public of Jammu & Kashmir are unable to access the latest information, guidelines, advisories, stated the plea filed by “Foundation of Media Professionals”.The PIL petitioner filed a fresh application on Wednesday seeking to bring on record empirical and anecdotal evidence regarding impact of speed curbs on the life of ordinary people in J&K. An affidavit containing “individual narratives of hardships faced by doctors, teachers, students, journalists, lawyers and business persons in Jammu and Kashmir due to denial of 4G internet services” was produced along with the application.The Central government had imposed a complete communications blackout in the erstwhile state of J&K in August 2019, right after abrogation of Article 370. Five months later in January 2020, on the basis of a Supreme Court order, the services were partially restored, only at 2G speed for mobile users. Access was provided only to a selected “white-listed” sites, and social media was completely blocked. The Supreme Court had observed that indefinite suspension of internet is not permissible and restrictions on internet have to follow the principles of proportionality under Article 19(2). The blockade on social media was lifted on March 4, but the speed was retained as 2G for mobile data.Click here to download orderRead OrderNext Story
Top StoriesPadmanabha Swamy Temple : Administrative/Advisory Committees To Consider Whether ‘Kallara B’ Should Be Opened; SC Refuses To Decide Controversial Issue LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK13 July 2020 6:27 AMShare This – xIn its judgment in the Padmanabhaswamy Temple case, the Supreme Court refused to go into the controversial issue whether Kallara B in the temple needs to be opened. The court left the matter open for the Administrative Committee and the Advisory Committee to consider whether Kallara B is to be opened for the purpose of inventorization. ” We deem it appropriate to leave this issue to the…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginIn its judgment in the Padmanabhaswamy Temple case, the Supreme Court refused to go into the controversial issue whether Kallara B in the temple needs to be opened. The court left the matter open for the Administrative Committee and the Advisory Committee to consider whether Kallara B is to be opened for the purpose of inventorization. ” We deem it appropriate to leave this issue to the best judgement and discretion of the Committees.”, the bench comprising of Justices UU Lalit and Indu Malhotra said. The court noted that inventorization has taken place with respect to most of the other Kallaras and that the antiques and artifacts of the Temple have been digitized, and for the last more than 9 years various steps have been taken under the directions of the Court.Padmanabha Swamy Temple : SC Delegates Powers Of “Ruler Of Travancore” To Administrative Committee As Suggested By Ex-Royal Family The High Court had issued a direction to open all Kallaras, make inventory of the entire articles and create a Museum and exhibit all the treasures of the Temple for the public, devotees and the tourists to view the same which could be arranged on payment basis in the Temple premises itself. While the appeal proceedings were pending, the Supreme Court had issued directions to make inventory of the articles in the Kallaras. However, considering the objection put forth by various parties, the court had kept in abeyance the opening of kallara ‘B’ till further orders. In 2011, a team acting on the directives of Supreme Court had opened the other vaults (kallaras). It was reported that a wealth of Rs 1 lakh crore in the form of jewellery, idols, weapons, utensils and coins was found. But there was religious objection against opening of Vault-B. It was said that the opening of vault will spell doom for those who dare open it.Click here to Read/Download Judgment Next Story
Tuscon Police Department via Facebook(TUCSON, Ariz.) — A couple that was being extradited from New York to Tucson, Arizona, is now on the run after allegedly breaking free from a private security company, according to authorities.Blane, 56, and Susan Barksdale, 59, are wanted in the murder of Frank Bligh, who vanished when his home burned down on April 16, as well as other charges, including arson, police in Tucson said Tuesday.Bligh’s body was never found.Susan Barksdale knew Bligh, who was 72, police said.Bligh was a Vietnam veteran and in the Air Force Reserve, his brother, William, told ABC News.“I knew Sue very good. … In fact, my wife and I, one of the times we visited my brother in Tucson, we had dinner with her, we went places with her, she was a very pleasant, nice person,” William Bligh said. “Everybody got along good … and somewhere along the line she met Blane.”The couple allegedly fled to upstate New York in May, where U.S. Marshals and a SWAT team surrounded their RV and took them into custody.Police said that as they were finally being transported from Henrietta, New York, to Pima County, Arizona, they overpowered two security guards in Blanding, Utah, on Monday and allegedly stole their vehicle. That vehicle was later abandoned.The couple is believed to have put the guards, one male and one female, in the back of the transport van. The Barksdales then allegedly drove the van to northeast Arizona, where they abandoned it, with the guards still “tied up in the van,” according U.S. Marshal for the District of Arizona David Gonzales.The guards needed several hours to get free from the van, which gave the Barksdales “a six or seven hour head start,” Gonzales said.Though the guards were not carrying any weapons when they were overpowered, there was a gun that was in a lock box in the transport van. That gun was never accessed by the Barksdales and was recovered by investigators, Gonzales said.There was a third prisoner being transported to Tucson who remained in the van during the entire ordeal.“He wanted no part of it,” Gonzales told ABC News. “He didn’t try to escape and he was kind of a victim himself.”The fugitives are believed to have gotten access to another vehicle through an acquaintance. Investigators believe they could be armed, but they are likely running low on funds and only have $30 that they stole from the guards.“I would love to have these two people caught, and I would love to have the court system take over and do the justice that they deserve,” William Bligh said.“Blane has numerous tattoos on his arms and hands. The Barksdales’ direction of travel is currently unknown. Investigators have information that they are possibly traveling through Arizona. They were last seen driving a red GMC Sierra pickup truck (license plate AZ: 127XTY) with damage to the front passenger side and rear bumper,” Tucson police said in a Facebook post Tuesday.Drivers were being urged to stay on the lookout for the duo, but authorities warned the public that the couple should not be approached.“The FBI, US Marshals and Apache County Sheriff’s Office are assisting in the investigation. If the Barksdales are spotted, please call 911 immediately. Anyone with possible information on their whereabouts is urged to call 911 or 88-CRIME,” the police said.The U.S. Marshals Service has announced they are offering a $10,000 reward for each fugitive.Pima County said it was suspending use of the company that was transporting the prisoners, Security Transport Services, “pending a review of the incident/escape.” The sheriff’s department said it used the service as a cost-saving measure and had transported about 70 inmates so far in 2019.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
iStock/somboon kaeoboonsongBy: BILL HUTCHINSON, ABC News (FRANKFORT, Ky.) — Democratic and Republican leaders denounced gun rights supporters for hanging an effigy of Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear from tree outside the state capitol building during a Memorial Day weekend demonstration.The symbolic lynching occurred on Sunday at a rally by gun rights groups that was initially organized to celebrate Second Amendment freedoms to bear arms. But as the rally in Frankfort went on, it turned into a protest against Beshear’s coronavirus-prompted stay-at-home orders.As country singer Lee Greenwood’s hit song “God Bless the U.S.A.” played in the background, a demonstrator wearing camouflage pants and what appeared to be holstered handgun strung a rope over a tree limb and with the help of another man hoisted the effigy bearing a picture of Beshear and a handwritten sign tacked to it reading, “Sec Semper Tyrannis,” a Latin phrase meaning “Thus always to tyrants.”Video of the episode, taken by a reporter from the Courier-Journal newspaper of Louisville, showed at least one child standing next to a baby carriage as she watched the adults hang the Beshear effigy.The event was organized online by a group calling itself “Take Back Kentucky,” which in a Facebook announcement billed it as “a rally to celebrate freedom, and to fight back against the unconstitutional shutdown over the Coronavirus.”“We will have guest speakers to talk about the virus, and how this shutdown will not only wreak havoc with the economy over the next several years, but also threaten our fundamental freedoms and the character of America for generations,” reads the group’s Facebook announcement.“Take Back Kentucky” organizers had no immediate comment on the incident.The Courier-Journal reported that the effigy hanging took place outside the state capitol building after about 100 demonstrators marched to the Governor’s Mansion yelling for Beshear to come out.“Come out, Andy!” protesters chanted.It was not clear if Beshear was home at the time. The governor, a Democrat, has yet to issue a response to the protest.As images and video of the effigy being strung up went viral, political leaders from both sides of the aisle condemned the act.Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, issued statement calling the incident “unacceptable” and saying “there is no place for hate in Kentucky.”Kentucky Secretary of State Michael G. Adams, a Republican, took to Twitter to denounce the incident.“This is disgusting and I condemn it wholeheartedly,” Adams wrote.Adams noted that John Wilkes Booth shouted the phrase “Sec Semper Tyrannis” when he assassinated President Abraham Lincoln in 1865. He said those words “have no place in the Party of Lincoln.”The Kentucky House Democrats issued a joint statement deploring the protesters and calling their actions “beyond reprehensible.”“Doing this in front of our Capitol, just a short walk from where the Governor, First Lady, and their two young children live, is an act that reeks of hate and intimidation and does nothing but undermine our leading work to battle this deadly disease and restore our economy safely,” the Kentucky House Democrats’ statement reads. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Modeling results have suggested that the circulation of the stratosphere and mesosphere in spring is strongly affected by the perturbations in heating induced by the Antarctic ozone hole. Here using both mesospheric MF radar wind observations from Rothera Antarctica (67°S, 68°W) as well as stratospheric analysis data, we present observational evidence that the stratospheric and mesospheric wind strengths are highly anti-correlated, and show their largest variability in November. We find that these changes are related to the total amount of ozone loss that occurs during the Antarctic spring ozone hole and particularly with the ozone gradients that develop between 57.5°S and 77.5°S. The results show that with increasing ozone loss during spring, winter conditions in the stratosphere and mesosphere persist longer into the summer. These results are discussed in the light of observations of the onset and duration of the Antarctic polar mesospheric cloud season