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GE begins testing of innovative two-piece onshore wind turbine blade

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享ReNews.Biz:A prototype of GE’s 5MW-plus Cypress onshore wind turbine platform has started operating for the first time at a site in the Netherlands. Installation of the 5.3MW machine started late last year at Wieringermeer and the unit is now generating electricity at full-power, the company said.GE will continue to operate the prototype during the months to come in order to validate the performance of the platform.GE Renewable Energy chief executive Jerome Pecresse said: “We’re delighted with the progress our team has been able to make in bringing our innovative, high-tech turbine to market on an accelerated schedule.“We are confident that Cypress, with its two-piece blade design, will be a game changer for the industry. We’re hearing equal enthusiasm from our customers across the globe, who tell us they appreciate the potential of Cypress to help them both lower the cost of onshore wind and gain added flexibility in siting turbines.”The new machine offers a 50% increase in annual energy production compared with GE’s 3MW platform.Group company LM Wind Power as well as GE’s onshore wind business and global research centre combined to design the two-piece carbon blade for the turbine. The improvements from the longer rotors help to drive down levelised cost of electricity and the proprietary blade design allows these larger turbines to be installed in locations that were previously inaccessible, GE said.More: Dutch debut for GE onshore giant GE begins testing of innovative two-piece onshore wind turbine bladelast_img read more

Conquering anxiety during core conversions

first_img continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Change has never been to known to be easy. In fact, there is an entire industry built around change management or the process of preparing your credit union’s leaders, boards, employees, and members for organizational change. Change comes in many forms, from navigating a merger or acquisition, to the conversion of core technology on which your credit union relies. While the process of selecting a new core system can be exciting for management-level staff during the initial review process, stress extends throughout the organization during implementation of the new system. Here are tips to address these potential pitfalls before they derail your conversion:1. First and foremost, address the human side.  Don’t ignore the fact that everyone knows with change comes uncertainty, and human nature is to be skeptical. As published by Booz & Company for Strategy+Business Magazine, “Any significant transformation creates people issues…Dealing with these issues on a reactive, case-by-case basis puts speed, morale, and results at risk. A formal approach for managing change — beginning with the leadership team and then engaging key stakeholders and leaders — should be developed early, and adapted often.” If leadership is 100% on board, and continually communicates and approaches your conversion in an upbeat and positive manner, you put the skeptics and naysayers to rest. By selling staff on the new technology system and hyping it up internally. Their enthusiasm will trickle down to members who will be more patient should they encounter any issues.last_img read more

Proximity to main road no issue for buyers wanting peace and quiet

first_img3/15 Dowar Street, Coorparoo.Mrs Dwyer said when her grandsons attended nearby Villanova College, they would pop around and she would make them toasted sandwiches.“The grandsons still talk about the toasted sandwiches now,” she said.“On a Friday afternoon, the boys and girls would sit around the table and we would have scones with jam and cream, apple tea cake or chocolate cake.” Inside 3/15 Dowar Street, Coorparoo.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Known as the Skyline Lodge, only six units make up the apartment block.There are two units per floor.Mrs Dwyer said she had enjoyed many summer nights sitting on the balcony watching the planes go by.“It was night seeing the lights on the planes, the view is just so nice from there,” she said. “The kids loved coming around to watch the fireworks from here when they were little.” The bedroom at 3/15 Dowar Street, Coorparoo.She said while the unit was close to a main road, it was quiet and peaceful inside.“People walk in and they always comment on how quiet it is. You never hear the traffic.” The 3D Diakrit floor plan of 3/15 Dowar St, Coorparoo.Tobin Real Estate – Carina selling agent Pathrina Watson said: “Lovers of retro-style real estate will relish the opportunity to make this property their own, while those who value a large footprint with the possibility of further enhancing what is already in place will identify this property as one with huge potential.”center_img The kitchen where sweet treats were made at 3/15 Dowar Street, Coorparoo. 3/15 Dowar Street, Coorparoo.After 18 years at their 1970s style Coorparoo property, Mary and Brian Dwyer have made the move to a retirement home.Mrs Dwyer said her large family of eight children and 24 grandchildren had visited them regularly at their Dowar St property over the years.“We just love our home. The last thing we wanted to do was to leave but the place we are in now is lovely,” she said.last_img read more