TAGSLimerick City and CountyNews Email NewsCommunityLimerick punter wins big from 20 cent wagerBy Staff Reporter – August 21, 2019 1649 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement WhatsApp Limerick on Covid watch list Facebook Is Aer Lingus taking flight from Shannon? Print A normal Tuesday evening turned out to be one to remember for a County Limerick punter after their €0.20 EuroMillions wager landed. The tiny bet defied huge odds of 33,000/1 to return a handsome four-figure amount to the customer.The anonymous Limerick native called into their local BoyleSports shop in the county on Tuesday afternoon and placed some of their loose change on four numbers to be drawn from the EuroMillions Plus draw that evening.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The numbers selected were 5, 12, 15 and 18. In a matter of minutes, all four numbers rolled out of the machine meaning the ambitious bet had come in, resulting in the punter walking off with a stunning €6,600.20 from the €0.20 investment.Sarah Kinsella, spokesperson for BoyleSports said, “We must send huge congratulations down to our Limerick customer who only required a small €0.20 investment to take us for €6,600.20. Their ambition deserves all the rewards and we hope they have a good time spending the winnings.” Linkedin Previous articleImmigration rules are posing threat to Shannondoc serviceNext articleLimerick Junior Soccer fixtures Postponed in honour of Dave Weldrick Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat TechPost | Episode 9 | Pay with Google, WAZE – the new Google Maps? and Speak don’t Type! Twitter Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow
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Police are hunting for a wholesale baker’s van, which went missing twice in a week.The Suzuki Carry van was taken from Knicat bakery in Downham, Norfolk, after burglars broke into the bakery and stole its keys. Two days later, owner Susan Gooding-Lewis got a call from a man in Greenwich, London, saying he had found the van, which had the bakery’s details on the sides. But by the time police arrived at the place where it was spotted, it had disappeared again. The van, which is valued at about £6,000, is registered AP54 TLK. Anyone who sees it can contact PC Howard Elvidge on 0845 456 4567.
Massachusetts regulators approve power contracts for 800MW offshore wind project FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Renewables Now:The Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) has approved long-term contracts for 800 MW of offshore wind between Vineyard Wind and the Commonwealth’s electric distribution companies.Vineyard Wind, a 50/50 partnership between Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) and Avangrid Renewables LLC, in May 2018 became the winner in Massachusetts’ first offshore wind solicitation and secured the right to negotiate contracts for the construction of an up to 800-MW wind farm off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard. The proposed project involves the installation of up to 106 wind turbines, of 8 MW to 10 MW each, at water depths of 37 to 49 meters (121 to 161 feet). It is planned to become operational in 2021, producing power and renewable energy certificates (RECs) at a total levelised price of USD 0.065 (EUR 0.058) per kWh over the 20-year term of the contracts.According to DPU, the contracts with Massachusetts’ electric distribution companies are “cost-effective as well as in the public interest.”As per the contracts, Vineyard Wind has pledged to provide USD 15 million to a fund that will invest in projects promoting the use of energy storage in low-income communities and back the deployment of battery storage in the Commonwealth.“The approval of these contracts is an important step toward the completion of the largest offshore wind project in the country, which will significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, provide Massachusetts residents and businesses with cost-effective clean energy and promote economic development,” said governor Charlie Baker.More: Massachusetts nods to Vineyard Wind’s contracts for 800 MW of offshore wind