First Jazz Vespers of the Season Calabria Foti at All Saints

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Major expansion of Limerick Smarter Travel campus

first_imgTwitter Previous articleAnother week, another honour for Limerick’s top sporting heroNext articleRugby – Munster’s season hangs in the balance John Keoghhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Back Row: Sharon Daly, National Transport Authority; Patricia Kennedy, VTOS coordinator; Trish Gleeson, YouthReach coordinator; Phil Roche, centre manager, Kilmallock Road Campus; Siobhán O’Dwyer, Limerick Smarter Travel. Front Row: Paul Patton, head of Further Education and Training Division, LCETB; and Miriam O’Donoghue, project manager, Limerick Smarter Travel THE Further Education and Training Centre on the Kilmallock Road has become the 23rd Irish business campus to sign up to the National Transport Authority’s Smarter Travel Campus Programme.Run locally by Limerick Smarter Travel in association with the National Transport Authority, the programme assists further education and third level institutions to promote walking, cycling, public transport and carsharing.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Ten of Limerick’s largest workplaces and campuses are participating in the programme including the University of Limerick, Limerick Institute of Technology, Limerick College of Further Education and Mary Immaculate College.“Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board is delighted that the Limerick Smarter Travel Programme is now extended to two of its Further Education and Training Campuses. LCETB looks forward to working with Limerick Smarter Travel and the National Transport Authority in achieving the various goals and objectives of the programme,” said Paul Patton, further education training officer, LCETB.Resources available under the Authority’s Smarter Travel Campus Programme include site-specific advice and information from experienced travel planners; a free group on carsharing.ie; and mapping resources.The benefits of engagement in the programme include reduced costs associated with travel and parking; enhanced green profile; and more active travel by both students and staff. Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Facebook Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Advertisement Linkedin Printcenter_img Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories NewsMajor expansion of Limerick Smarter Travel campusBy John Keogh – December 9, 2015 2404 Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live TAGSLCETBlimerickLimerick Further Education and Training CentreLimerick Smarter TravelNational Transport Authority last_img read more

Federal Agency Lowers Forecast for U.S. Coal Consumption in 2016 to Below 700 Million Tons

first_imgFederal Agency Lowers Forecast for U.S. Coal Consumption in 2016 to Below 700 Million Tons FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Everett Wheeler for SNL: Having already predicted natural gas’ topping coal as the nation’s top source of electricity, the U.S. government lowered its 2016 outlook for power-sector coal consumption to below 700 million tons.According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, domestic coal-fired generators burned an average of 948 million tons annually from 1997 through 2015. In its latest “Short-Term Energy Outlook,” the government agency lowered its latest forecast for 2016 by 3% versus the prior outlook to 689 million tons, a 6.8% drop year on year.Power-sector coal consumption accounts for more than 90% of domestic coal consumption, according to the EIA. The government agency blamed falling coal demand on this year’s mild winter, low natural gas prices and coal plant deactivations stemming from a combination of competition with natural gas-fired plants and burdensome environmental regulations.Last month, the government had projected coal would account for roughly 32% of the nation’s electricity needs to natural gas’ 33.3% in 2016, but the latest projections have coal providing roughly 31% to natural gas’ 33.9% in 2016.The shift in coal consumption patterns has the nation’s coal stockpiles rising. “Overall U.S. coal stockpiles are still very ample given the significant decline in coal’s share of overall electricity generation,” the report said.Power-sector stockpiles ended January at 189.1 million tons for a 22.3% increase year over year. Although that stockpile level is up 16.5% versus the five-year average, EIA-estimated days-of-burn are up 18.1% and 47.2%, respectively, over the same period.The EIA projects secondary coal stockpiles will end the year at 181.7 million tons, up 3.4% versus the prior outlook, but down 11.4% versus the prior year.Full story: Power-sector coal consumption called to fall below 700 million tons $last_img read more