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Strabane PSNI investigating suspicious approach in Springhill Park

first_img Facebook Strabane PSNI investigating suspicious approach in Springhill Park News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp WhatsApp Google+ Police in Strabane are appealing for information following a report of a suspicious approach in the Springhill Park area on the 3rd of August, a week ago last Friday.Police say sometime between 6pm and 8pm, it was reported that a male approached two young girls in the area and made rude comments to them before making off in a dark coloured car.The male is described as being in his mid to late teens with blonde hair, wearing a green and white striped football top, grey shorts, and carrying a rucksack.Anyone with any information about the incident or who saw anything suspicious in the area are asked to contact police in Strabane quoting reference number 621 4/8/18. Alternatively, information can also be provided to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555. Pinterest Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty DL Debate – 24/05/21 Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic center_img Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleOmagh victim’s mother asks “What might have been?”Next articleLYIT offers special ‘Enabling Maths’ initiative News Highland By News Highland – August 15, 2018 Twitter Twitter Homepage BannerNews Harps come back to win in Waterford Pinterest Facebooklast_img read more

IHS Markit: Global energy storage market could top 15GW by 2025

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Energy Storage News:The market for grid-connected energy storage will defy the “headwinds” caused by the coronavirus pandemic on industries across the world, analysis firm IHS Markit has predicted.The team at the IHS Markit Energy Storage Service has forecast that global installations will grow by over 5GW this year, despite disruption caused by COVID-19. Battery energy storage is becoming increasingly able to competitively provide critical capacity to energy networks, the analysts said, particularly in the US, which is currently the world’s biggest market for grid battery storage.After what was a relatively low level of installations in 2019 of 2.7GW, the rebound that began with a strong first quarter of 2020 will continue on, IHS Markit believes, with annual installations set to rise fivefold between 2019 and 2025. While installation figures could reach 15.1GW / 47.8GWh, hardware revenues will increase from US$4.2 billion this year to US$9.5 billion in 2025. At the same time, battery module prices are expected to fall around 32% in those years.In the release sent to Energy-Storage.News today on IHS Markit’s revised forecasts, the analysis team reasserted that the US will remain the largest market for a number of factors: “ambitious” deployment targets at state level brought in by a handful of jurisdictions, a “strong pipeline” of solar-plus-storage projects looking to capitalise on investment tax credit (ITC) incentives, as well as the bigger picture issue of energy storage being looked upon as an effective way to provide firm capacity to the grid.China, which has so far been slower to deploy energy storage projects at home than perhaps it has been to export energy storage equipment and technologies, will “see a resurgence in energy storage uptake,” IHS Markit forecasts, with various provinces looking to deploy solar PV projects co-located with battery storage, allowing them to reach higher shares of renewable energy on their networks. China alone will deploy 6.5GW of grid-connected storage between now and 2025, the research team said.New opportunities are developing in Europe too, strengthening outlook, including France’s tendering for low-carbon assets to participate in its capacity market (CM) – which earlier this year led to the award of 253MW of CM contracts for energy storage developers. Finally, wholesale arbitrage in select territories: so far mainly the United Kingdom and Australia, signals a “turning point as merchant energy storage breaks into a new opportunity,” the release said.[Andy Colthorpe]More: Opportunities develop for battery storage ‘despite the turmoil caused by COVID-19’, IHS Markit says IHS Markit: Global energy storage market could top 15GW by 2025last_img read more