New York plans 800-MW offshore wind auction by year’s end FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Offshore Wind Journal:New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said the state will hold its first offshore wind auction–for 800 MW–by the end of 2018.The New York State Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA) will procure approximately 800 MW of offshore wind through a solicitation issued in Q4 2018, in consultation with the New York Power Authority and the Long Island Power Authority. Awards are expected to be announced in Q2 2019. If needed, a second solicitation will be issued in 2019.Through the solicitations, NYSERDA will procure offshore wind renewable energy certificates (ORECs) from awarded facilities. Each electric utility and other third-party suppliers of electricity serving retail customers in New York will support these new offshore wind resources through the purchase of ORECs from NYSERDA.The New York State Offshore Wind Master Plan announced earlier this year by Governor Cuomo will guide the state in the responsible and cost-effective development of 2,400 MW of offshore wind by 2030. The governor also directed NYSERDA to invest US$15M in clean energy workforce development and infrastructure advancement to train workers to support the growth of the offshore wind industry.In June, NYSERDA was awarded a US$18.5M Department of Energy grant to lead the National Offshore Wind Research and Development Consortium. This nationwide offshore wind research and development consortium will be supported through a public-private partnership including the offshore wind industry, utilities, research laboratories, and other states.More: Cuomo kick-starts New York offshore wind with 800 MW procurement
St. Louis hosted the opener for the Lady Cardinal’s basketball season. We were able to get both wins over the St. Lawrence Lady Panthers last night.The 7th Grade Lady Cards won with a score of 43-10. We started the game off strong and held it for the remainder of the game also. Scoring for us were Claire Saner and Catherine Streator both with 10pts each, Izza Wonnell with 9, Ava Owens with 4, and Lilly Schebler, Rhea Miller, Sadie Wachsmann, Madison Wanstrath, and Kate Weber all with 2pts each. Lea Cossentino and Izzi Price both brought in some defense for us during the game. Ladies you did a great job! They now hold strong at 1-1 in the season.The 8th Grade Lady Cardinals had a final score of 22-14. This was a close game overall. Scoring for the Lady Cards were Megan Bauer with 10pts, and Claire Saner and Catherine Streator with 6pts each. Haley Geisen, Summer Ratcliffe, and Anna Wanstrath may not have put up points but were huge defensively. Stealing the ball numerous times each and rebounding the ball. Nice job ladies they are at a 1-1 season.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Erin Trenkamp.
Since his sophomore season, Michael Campanaro has been one of the most productive weapons in the Atlantic Coast Conference. He notched a career-best 833 receiving yards in 2011 and could surpass that mark Saturday at 12:30 p.m. against Syracuse in the Carrier Dome — he has 792 so far this year.During the teleconference, Shafer had lofty praise for the Wake Forest wide receiver.“He reminds me of Wes Welker,” Shafer said.Campanaro has hauled in 65 balls and tallied 100 receiving yards three times this year, including a 177-yard day against Louisiana-Monroe in September. Against the Orange in 2011, Campanaro had 79 yards through the air.What sets him apart, Shafer said, are many of the same attributes that separate the Denver Broncos wide receiver from other wideouts.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“He’s good at finding the windows,” Shafer said, “and the combination of his ability to just slide in pockets.”At 5 feet, 11 inches and 190 pounds, Campanaro is built similarly to the 5-foot-9, 185-pound Welker.At Texas Tech, Welker had bigger junior and senior campaigns — he topped 1,000 yards in each — but Campanaro has been more consistent through his four years.Paired with quarterback Tanner Price’s ability to hit those spots, Campanaro can “make some really good plays,” Shafer said. In the Demon Deacons’ win over Maryland on Saturday, Campanaro became WFU’s all-time receptions leader with 217.“He’s just got great anticipation for where the windows are going to be,” Shafer said. “He’s got really good route-running technique and ability and he’s really good with his body control.“He’s a very good football player and we’ll have our hands full.” Comments Published on October 29, 2013 at 12:40 pm Contact David: email@example.com | @DBWilson2 Facebook Twitter Google+