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Chicago Small Business Saturday: “Time to Really Get Out”

Neighborhood groups across the city focused on small businesses on Saturday, luring shoppers with deals, live music, refreshments and more after another brutal year for retail due to COVID -19. “Small businesses are what makes Chicago, Chicago,” said Angelica Moore, owner of Detoxxed Body in Bridgeport. “We are a city …

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U.S. manufacturers rush to ease pandemic ammunition shortage

November 27, 2021 Lonoke, Arkansas JUST TWO Vista Outdoor and Olin Corp meet most of the US demand for ammunition, primarily through two long-established brands. Remington, which is part of Vista, was founded in 1816, and Winchester Ammunition, owned by Olin Corp, started in 1866. Due to increasing demand for …

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Stuck by the energy crisis, the Spanish coal-fired power station which was to close is set ablaze

AS PONTES, Spain, November 24 (Reuters) – Soaring demand for electricity in Spain, where a cold snap is worsening the energy crisis, has prompted the electricity company Endesa (ELE.MC) to restart a power plant in coal which has been inactive since July and The shutdown is planned as part of …

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Alabama Power buys Calhoun plant despite rising gas prices

Alabama Power has asked the Alabama Civil Service Commission to purchase a 743 MW gas-fired power plant in Calhoun County, Alabama, despite its parent company’s net zero emissions goal and strong increase in gas prices which risk pushing up customer bills. Alabama Power’s decision to purchase the plant, which is …

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Solar Water Desalination Plant Market Size, Industry Revenue and Opportunity Research Report by 2028

Reports and data The solar water desalination plant research report includes comprehensive analysis including the financial status, limitations and dynamics that may affect the market. NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, Nov. 21, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The Global Solar Water Desalination Plant Market Research Report is a study published by Reports …

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Tax breaks for Sergeant Bluff’s plant and state grants for four central Iowa start-ups

A state council has approved tax breaks for a proposed expansion of a soybean processing plant in northwest Iowa. Ag Processing, Inc., known as AGP, plans to spend more than $ 71 million to modernize its Sergeant Bluff facility. The improvement will speed up the crushing rate of soybeans. AGP …

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Enernet Global Secures Solar Power Contract to Begin Construction of Emission-Reducing Power Plant for Sarangani Coastal Shrimp Farm

Company’s Energy-as-a-Service Model to Provide Cheap and Reliable Electricity in Booming Philippines Aquaculture Industry MANILA, Philippines, November 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Enernet Global Inc. (“Enernet”), through its local company, Enernet FLV Energy Corp., has been awarded a contract to operate solar energy and other important permits to supply Sarangani …

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Alternative plant products are expected to drive demand for new enzyme solutions

Dublin, November 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The report “Global Food Enzymes Growth Opportunities” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The objective of this research is to assess the advisability of using enzymes from food and drink as processing aids. Enzymes are defined as specialized proteins that act as catalysts …

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ALPLA commissions a Mexican plant – Waste Today

As the fall season continues, national paper mills maintain strong business to meet global containerboard and packaging needs. In late October, many paper mills, including Sonoco, Graphic Packaging International and International Paper, said they expected strong seasonal demand for corrugated packaging for the rest of the year. While national paper …

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