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PJM sees the need for thermal power plants to protect against the risk of blackouts in the context of increasing electrification

Listen to the article 5 minutes This audio is generated automatically. Please let us know if you have any comments. Diving brief: The combination of around 33 GW of electrification load with a 70% carbon-free generation fleet strongly shifts the risk of blackouts to winter compared to summer, reinforcing the …

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Strong U.S. retail sales and manufacturing output boost economic outlook

Retail sales rise 0.9% in April Retail sales gain in March jumped from 0.5% to 1.4% Core Retail Sales Up 1.0%; March revised to show 1.1% gain Manufacturing output increases by 0.8% in April WASHINGTON, May 17 (Reuters) – U.S. retail sales rose sharply in April as consumers bought more …

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Billionaire Gautam Adani nears $10 billion deal for Holcim India Business

Billionaire Gautam Adani’s conglomerate is set to strike a deal to acquire a majority stake in the business of Holcim Ltd. in India, according to people familiar with the matter, giving Asia’s richest person a foothold in the subcontinent’s fragmented cement sector. Adani Group is working out the final details …

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Exclusive: Walmart maker, Amazon-branded infant formula faces shortages through rest of 2022

NEW YORK, May 13 (Reuters) – Perrigo Company PLC (PRGO.N), which makes private label infant formula for retailers including Walmart Inc (WMT.N) and Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O), expects shortages and increased demand to last “the rest of the year”, chief executive Murray Kessler told Reuters in an interview. The Biden administration …

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Kansas Thinks You May Be Accidentally Buying Vegetarian “Meat”, So It Passed a Law | KCUR 89.3

The power of Kansas’ beef industry means grocers in the state won’t buy anything called sausages or hamburgers unless they’re made from animal parts. Governor Laura Kelly recently signed a bill requiring meat substitutes to be sold with labeling that clearly states they come from plants, not livestock. This is …

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Utilities push back growth of rooftop solar panels

One of the biggest thrills Lynn Krell and her husband felt after installing solar panels on the roof of their Hattiesburg, Mississippi home was watching their electric meter roll back as their utility credited them. the excess electricity they sold back to the grid. These credits also showed up on …

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Opinion: The global fertilizer shortage didn’t develop overnight and will take time to resolve

I have spent my entire life in agriculture – from growing up on my family’s dairy farm in Saskatchewan, Canada, to my current role as head of the largest farm input and service company in the world. I have never seen a gap between global fertilizer supply and demand as …

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How meat processing workers are fighting back

Meat processing workers. Getty A recent invoice written by Sen. Cory Booker (DN.J.) and Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Cal.) seeks to close the huge power gap in the meat industry and make processing plants safer for workers . The bill has won the support of worker advocates and organizers, who see …

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Why every American should care about soaring diesel prices across the country

Gasoline prices are rising almost daily, pinching the wallets and wallets of nearly every American with cars. However, as bad as this news is, diesel prices are rising even further across the country. Retail diesel prices at truck stops hit a new record high of $5.32/gallon today. Since February 1, …

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Mother’s Day spending expected to hit peak of 21 | News, Sports, Jobs

Area businesses are gearing up to help customers find the perfect Mother’s Day gift. Michael Kranich Jr., president of Altoona-based Kranich’s Jewelers, said jewelry is a popular gift for mothers of all ages. Kranich’s sells many rings for mothers, he said, noting that rings can be made to …

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Kansas rancher testifies before US Senate on cattle industry

WASHINGTON, DC — On Tuesday and Wednesday, the House and Senate agriculture committees examined the cattle industry. With four meat processing plants controlling more than 85% of the market, most senators on the Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee agree: something has to be done, but it is the handshake …

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Plant This, Not That: Native Alternatives to Invasive Plants

Placeholder while loading article actions When my family moved into a new house in the spring of 2005, the only plants growing in the yard were a rhododendron by the front door and a few daffodils and ferns scattered about. I was delighted to see a stunning perennial appear a …

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A pilot group of residents aims to improve the cleanliness of cafes in Jurong

SINGAPORE — A new group of residents is aiming to improve the cleanliness of a few cafe toilets in Jurong, even as four tourist attractions have joined several neighborhoods in a no-sweep move to highlight the amount of litter that is actually piling up without the intervention of the cleaners. …

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Nebraska gas station retailers will receive credit for the sale of environmentally friendly fuel

LINCOLN, Neb. (Press Release) – Just a week after the Biden administration’s decision to expand the availability of a higher-grade ethanol fuel blend called E15, Nebraska lawmakers have passed a bill that will provide incentives to retailers who sell it. LB596, a bill combined with LB1261e, allows a credit of …

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First thing: Ukraine pushes back the intense Russian offensive in the east | American News

Hello. Russia has increased the intensity of its offensive in the east but has been repeatedly pushed back by Ukrainian forces, the British Ministry of Defense (MoD) said, as Western governments pledged to send more artillery and that a new deadline for surrender at Mariupol was approaching. The Defense Ministry …

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The global abrasion resistant rubber hose market will be driven by the increasing use of abrasion resistant hoses in power plants during the forecast period 2022-2027

Expert Market Research’s new report titled “Global Abrasion Resistant Rubber Hose Market Size, Share, Price, Trends, Growth, Report and Forecast 2022-2027”, gives an in-depth analysis of the global market. Abrasion Resistant Rubber Hose Market, assessing the market based on its segments such as product types, applications, and major regions. The …

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Serta will build a new plant in Janesville and create 100 jobs

JANESVILLE, Wis. (WMTV) – Kenosha-based Serta Simmons Bedding plans to build a massive, state-of-the-art new facility in Janesville, which should bring many new jobs to Rock Co. soon after it opens, with the potential for more to come after that. According to the company, the dual-brand manufacturing facility will open …

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St. Anthony: Plymouth company finds new niche with recycled plexiglass product

New 100% recycled hard plastic sheets from a Plymouth company are helping to boost sales while helping retail and banking customers meet their sustainability goals. Acrylic Design in Plymouth manufactures Recrylic and claims it is the first of its kind to meet the criteria for the Global Recycled Standard and …

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Police seize 100,000 marijuana plants in Almeria, Cordoba and Barcelona

Police seize 100,000 marijuana plants in Almeria, Cordoba and Barcelona. image: civil guard Over 100,000 marijuana plants seized by police in anti-drug operation in Almeria, Cordoba and Barcelona As reported in a press release on Friday April 8, the Guardia Civil arrested five suspected members of a criminal gang dedicated …

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Consumers say Massachusetts weed stinks – and not in a good way

“That’s garbage,” Warren Lynch, a 47-year-old Malden resident and longtime cannabis connoisseur, said of the marijuana flower offered at licensed stores in Massachusetts. “The market here is dominated by nasty corporate schwag” – a derisive term that enthusiasts reserve for the lowest quality pot. Lynch is among dozens of medical …

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Sponsored post-processing technology and ingredients: IFFA shows how food production from alternative proteins succeeds – vegconomist

Whether it’s plants, insects or cultured meat, alternatives to meat are becoming more and more important. Alternative proteins are therefore one of the key topics at IFFA, the international meeting place for the meat and protein industry, from 14 to 19 May 2022 in Frankfurt am Main. At least 200 …

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FY23 Chandigarh Excise Policy; Discover 22 key changes for liqueurs

The Chandigarh government has approved a new excise policy for the fiscal year 2022-23 in the state. The new policy aims to balance the aspirations of consumers, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and the government. Major developments have been announced for retail businesses, clubs, restaurants, hotels and bars, from extended operating time, …

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Cucumber crisis: Soaring energy prices leave UK greenhouses empty

Cost of growing a cucumber to increase from 25p to 70p High energy costs mean crops aren’t planted Pressures likely to drive up food prices ROYDON, England, March 31 (Reuters) – In a small corner of southeast England, sprawling greenhouses lie empty as soaring energy prices prevent their owners from …

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Groovy Plants Ranch expands its destination garden center and nursery

The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society has shared its list of Plant Gold Medal Winners for 2022. The Plant Gold Medal Program was established by PHS in 1979 to celebrate and showcase beautiful, easy-to-grow plant species. , ideal for home gardening. Each year, a committee of horticultural experts meets to evaluate trees, …

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New Jersey’s last two coal-fired power plants will close within months

The New Jersey Public Utilities Board (NJBPU) approved a petition filed by Atlantic City Electric Co. (ACE) amending the Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) and Power Sales Agreements (PSAs) between ACE and Chambers Cogeneration Ltd. and Logan Generating Co., New Jersey’s last two coal-fired power generation units. Under the agreements, coal-fired …

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Pennsylvania medical marijuana director says retail prices don’t go down with wholesale prices

March 22, 2022 | 5:11 p.m. Outgoing manager John Collins says the awards are a ‘red flag’ Brett Sholtis Brett Sholtis is a health reporter for WITF/Transforming Health. Sholtis holds the 2021-2022 Reveal Benjamin von Sternenfels Rosenthal Fellowship for Mental Health …

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Why Virtual Power Plants are the Future of Electricity Retailing

As Australia surpasses three million rooftop solar installations, households looking to buy a battery storage system or an electric vehicle can be part of a new type of power plant driving faster decarbonization and less expensive. In the future, so-called “virtual power plants” that harvest distributed renewable electricity and demand …

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Small plants are a big deal for Glade Spring retiree | Latest titles

BY CAROLYN WILSON SPECIAL TO THE HERALD COURIER GLADE SPRING, Va. — It’s a small world for Walter Groux. On a scenic acreage nestled in the small Washington Springs community of Glade Spring, Groux is spending his semi-retirement growing up small, but thinking big. Groux, 67, spends hours every day …

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Must-visit plant stores and nurseries in Portland

Portlanders take their gardening very seriously, and for good reason; our wet winters and bright summers mean this city can give anyone a green thumb. And with winter behind us and the buds of spring all around, now is the perfect time to visit local plant stores …

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Top 5 Steel Stocks to Add to Your Watchlist

This scenario gave India a great opportunity to increase its steel exports to Europe and the Middle East. By increasing their exports, steel companies can also increase their margins because export prices tend to be higher than domestic prices. Here are five stocks that can take advantage of this situation. …

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East Tennessee Greenhouse asks customers not to buy plants

Knoxville, Tenn. (WVLT) – With freezing temperatures and snow expected this weekend, staff at Stanley’s Greenhouse said it’s probably best not to buy any plants until it warms up. Plant Buyer Sarah D’Onofrio said: “I’m sure anyone who comes here today [Friday] feel the same as me. Just hoping things …

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Good Company: Model No. Locally Made and Recycled Furniture

The brand recently launched the Platform series, which includes a coffee table, chair, ottoman and sofa. Model number Text size There are durable furniture brands, and then there are Model numbera company founded in Oakland in 2018 that brings non-toxic products to wellness-focused homes. In recent years, the company has …

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German Chancellor Scholz pushes back on ban on Russian energy imports, as oil and gas rise – as it happened | Business

The National Electricity Grid Operator (ESO) announces a greener and ‘pioneering’ way of generating inertia in the electricity grid, to make the UK less dependent on gas supplies, including those from Russia , writes my colleague Rob Davies. If all goes according to plan, it could also reduce carbon emissions, …

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New excise policy: Now restaurants and hotels in Chandigarh can stay open until 3am

The Chandigarh administration announced on Friday extending the closing time of bars and hotels by two hours. Currently, UT hotels and bars can stay open until 1 a.m. and with the extension announced in the excise policy for 2022-23, they will stay open until 3 a.m. In another major development, …

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Megapipes launches into the production of wastewater treatment plants

Megapipes Solutions has started producing lightweight waste water treatment tanks at its factory in Ruiru, Kenya. The Nairobi-based plastic pipe maker is targeting high-density users in commercial and residential properties with the new venture. According to the company, the new treatment plants are manufactured using Weholite technology and will serve …

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The potato chip war is just the tip of the iceberg

We recently learned that Frito-Lay, a brand owned by giant PepsiCo Canada, stopped selling to Loblaws after the retailer refused Frito-Lay’s requests to raise prices. It’s not the first time this has happened. But the scale of this stop sale is unprecedented, and PepsiCo’s maneuver tells us that food manufacturers …

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Three in four New Hampshire residents support legalizing marijuana, with bipartisan majorities backing state-run model

Nearly three in four New Hampshire voters support legalizing marijuana, according to a new poll. And bipartisan majorities also say they favor selling cannabis through a state-run model, as would be the case under a bill recently passed by the House of Representatives. The Granite State Poll, released Friday by …

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PGT Innovations Secures a Spot on Forbes America’s Best Midsize Employers List

VENICE, Florida–(BUSINESS WIRE)–PGT Innovations (NYSE: PGTI), a national leader in the premium window and door category, was recently named to Forbes’ America’s Best Midsize Employers listing. The full list included 1,000 organizations, including 500 large employers and 500 medium-sized employers. PGT Innovations was one of only 28 companies in the …

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Lynch Group blooms again after torrid shutdowns

It has 200 people on the ground serving around 2,000 retail outlets, but the closures in July and August led to serious difficulties in maintaining normalcy. The group’s operations in China increased revenue for the December half by 44% to $36.1 million. Lynch Group operates four flower farms in China …

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Can Mike Cannon-Brookes’ plan to shut down AGL’s coal plants work?

Q: Will electricity bills increase if energy companies continue to bring forward the date of closing their coal-fired plants? A: This is a controversial question with no easy answer. As retail bills hit record highs this year as more renewables enter the grid, analysts say carefully managed and timely infrastructure …

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HBPW plans to meet battery manufacturer’s power needs

HOLLAND — Making batteries requires energy. Many. The Holland Board of Public Works electric utility plans to invest up to $10 million to build new infrastructure to supply this power to the planned expansion of LG Energy Solution’s battery plant in Holland. . The company told HBPW it will need …

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White Castle donates to the

Last year, White Castle played a significant role in helping a Washington State couple finalize the adoption of a 14-year-old girl from Colombia, South America. Inspired by his supporting role in this adoption, White Castle donated $10,000 to the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, the organization started by Wendy’s founder, …

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‘The Biggest Oil Barons’: US Private Equity Firms Funding Dirty Energy Projects | Climate crisis

US private equity moguls are profiting from the global climate crisis by investing in fossil fuels that generate greenhouse gas emissions, a new investigation reveals. Oil and gas pipelines, coal-fired power plants and offshore drilling sites linked to Indigenous land violations, toxic leaks and deadly air pollution are among the …

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After almost 50 years, the San Anselmo Fig Garden is changing hands – Marin Independent Journal

When the late Mario Canale opened the famous Fig Garden store in San Anselmo in 1973, it was a plant store with plant specimens popular with architects and designers. Lesley Madison, the designer’s widow, continued to run it after his death in 1992, but this month sold the shop that …

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Housing and retail move forward in Loyalsock | News, Sports, Jobs

Plans for a housing development and housing estate, retail store and aerial apartments are underway in Loyalsock Township. The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday evening approved a request for an extension of time to reintroduce a proposed subdivision and land use plan for Heim Hill. This …

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CDFG takes stake in APAC cruise market with second Carnival ship

CDF Cruise Servicesa subsidiary of China Duty Free Group at obtained the right to operate the duty free shop on board a second vessel owned by CSSC Carnival Cruise Shipping (CSSC Carnival)a joint venture between State Shipbuilding Corporation of China and Carnival Corp. launched in 2018. CDF Cruise Services will …

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California rooftop solar proposal sparks firestorm

A proposed ruling that would upend California’s rooftop solar industry pits advocates of economic justice against supporters of solar construction and fractures its environmental movement. The controversial proposal – which has now been postponed ‘until further notice’ – would reduce the incentives homeowners receive to generate their own solar power …

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New landscaping plants and products on the market – Salisbury Post

Bedding plants at the Green N Grown’ Show in Greensboro. Photo by Darrell Blackwelder, for the Salisbury Post. Nurserymen, landscapers, lawn care and landscape professionals gathered in Greensboro last month for a week of horticultural education and plant material displays. The Green N Grown’ Show is a showcase for landscape …

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D-FW buyers brace for winter storm as last February’s frost motivates them

With last year’s traumatic freeze still fresh in their minds, North Texans are preparing for this week’s expected cold snap by buying groceries, space heaters, generators and firewood. After losing power last February and “driving from store to store on icy roads to find milk,” Yezenia Rivera of Dallas was …

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Alliance flourishes with growth in retail and residential

George W. Davis Nestled in the northeast corner of the Stark County community, Alliance is making a commercial, residential, and business comeback. Struggling in recent years, the town is being remodeled with new housing and several retail, commercial and industrial establishments to accommodate new visitors and returning tourists to experience …

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Virginia Republicans push for marijuana law changes

RICHMOND, Va. – Newly empowered Republican lawmakers in Virginia who have opposed legalizing simple possession of marijuana say they don’t want to repeal the law, but they want to make significant changes. Those changes could include delaying the start date for retail sales and removing a provision that would give …

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Water Department Prepares for Power Outages – Welcome to the City of Fort Worth

Posted on January 27, 2022 Hopefully Fort Worth doesn’t see a repeat of the February 2021 winter storm. If it does, the water utility is better prepared to handle the high call volume. The utility nearly tripled its call center incoming lines to 250 and expanded reporting options beyond just …

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Sunland Park eyes $7 million slice of New Mexico’s $300 million cannabis pie

SUNLAND PARK, New Mexico (Border report) – With Texas’ sixth-largest city just across the border, Sunland Park expects to cash in big when New Mexico’s recreational marijuana law goes into effect this spring. “This has the potential to double the revenue of the town of Sunland Park,” Mayor Javier Perea …

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Virginia GOP lawmakers begin crafting plans to launch marijuana sales

A Republican senator from Nebraska on Thursday introduced a bill ostensibly to legalize medical marijuana in the state, but activists fear the restrictive measure is an attempt to reverse an effort to enact even greater protections wide for patients in the 2022 election. Sen. Mike Groene (R) introduced the legislation, …

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GM sets $6.5 billion for Michigan EV plants, Auto News, ET Auto

GM announced in June that it would increase spending on electric and autonomous vehicles to $35 billion through 2025, a 30% jump from its previous forecast. WASHINGTON/DETROIT — General Motors and a joint venture with LG Energy Solution are to announce investments of more than $6.5 billion next week in …

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Local supply of factories, machinery: elimination of sales tax zero-rating

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has removed the zero rate of sales tax on the local supply of plant and machinery to export processing zones (EPZ), duty free shops, local supplies to exports covered by the export facilitation program and the supply/repair/maintenance of vessels and related equipment and …

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E.ON takes on new energy customers as smaller rivals crumble

General view of the headquarters of E.ON Climate and Renewables in Essen, western Germany, March 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register FRANKFURT, Jan 19 (Reuters) – E.ON (EONGn.DE), Europe’s leading energy network operator, recently absorbed hundreds of thousands of customers across the continent …

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China’s economy is slowing, a worrying sign for the world

BEIJING – Construction and real estate sales have fallen. Small businesses have closed due to rising costs and weak sales. Local authorities in debt reduce the salaries of civil servants. China’s economy slowed markedly in the final months of last year as government measures to curb property speculation also hurt …

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Lena Meijer, wife of West Michigan retail giant, dies at 102

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Lena Meijer, the devoted wife and mother who was there every step of the way as her husband turned a small grocery store into a Midwestern staple, has died. She was 102 years old. Rep. Peter Meijer, R-Grand Rapids, announced his death on Twitter Saturday …

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India’s richest man invests over $80 billion in green energy

By Michelle Toh, CNN Business indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani focus on green energy. His conglomerate, Reliance Industries, announced on Thursday that it would allocate 6 trillion rupees (about $80.6 billion) to renewable energy projects in the Indian state of Gujarat, where it hopes to help create a million new jobs. …

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Omicron variant and inclement weather further damage the supply chain, leading to empty shelves

The recent spread of the omicron variant among supply chain workers, sour weather, and even a recall of salads and bagged vegetables has caused Americans to once again find sterile shelves in supermarkets or retail stores. . While industry executives are hoping this latest supply chain outage will be a …

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Venezuela gasoline production nears 160,000 bpd, sources say

The Puerto La Cruz Oil Refinery is seen in Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela on July 18, 2018. REUTERS / Alexandra Ulmer / File Photo Register now for FREE and unlimited access to Reuters.com Register CARACAS, Jan. 10 (Reuters) – Venezuela has increased gasoline production after long fuel shortages due to …

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Uptown Florist Westerville Strives to Cultivate Happiness

Editor’s Note: This is the ninth in a series on iconic Westerville businesses featured monthly. The goal of the owners of Westerville Florist, an Uptown staple at 14 S. State St. since 1958, is evergreen. “Our goal is to cultivate happiness in everything we do, whether it’s flowers or giving,” …

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Ram pickup beats Silverado as Stellantis US sales drop 2% in 2021

The Ram pickup topped sales of the Chevrolet Silverado in 2021 for the second time, despite parent company Stellantis NV’s sales declining 2% for the year from 2020. Ram sold 569,388 pickup trucks, up 1%, in 2021. Chevrolet sold 529,765 Silverado trucks, down almost 11%. General Motors Co., however, has …

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Egypt plans $ 7 billion IPO of power plants built with Siemens

LONDON: Greta Thunberg’s bitter sacking of world leaders for their promises to fight global warming as ‘blah, blah, blah’ was not what it turned out, too far off target in 2021. Despite serious commitments from Washington to Beijing to reduce fossil fuel consumption and reduce global heating emissions, demand for …

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Risks and opportunities for the agricultural sector in 2022

Overall, 2021 has been a fairly good year for the agriculture industry. Agricultural commodity prices and net farm income are well above pre-pandemic levels and landowners benefit from the higher land values. Compared to 2020, farmers get much more of their income from the sale of agricultural and livestock products, …

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During Reliance Family Day, Ambani talks about “leadership transition” in the company

Richest Indian Mukesh Ambani spoke on Tuesday of the leadership transition in his energy-to-retail conglomerate, saying he wanted the process to be speeded up with seniors, including himself, ceding to the younger generation. Ambani, 64, who has never spoken of succession plans at the country’s most valuable company, said Reliance …

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Virginia’s fledgling marijuana industry took root in Richmond and expanded in 2021

A Green Leaf Medical employee tends to marijuana plants at the company’s growing and processing facility in Richmond. (BizSense File Photos) At the end of what was already a pivotal year for marijuana in Virginia, a recent move by state lawmakers could be seen as an early Christmas present for …

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Some Carytown businesses report ‘great’ Christmas season

RICHMOND, Virginia – Chet Bland and Eugene Henry were among the few retail workers still showing up as the sun sets over Carytown in Richmond on Friday night. “Christmas Eve from start to finish has been great so far,” said Bland. “We are devastated. It’s been super busy. Bland’s dad …

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North Bay nurse explains why she quit her profession

As many frontline healthcare professionals face burnout from COVID-19, a former nurse in North Bay shares why she quit her job. Katelyn Boulet is a six year old RN from Northern Ontario who quit her dream job in critical care and now works in retail. THE BREAKING POINT “It was …

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Maine Voices: Windfall for Solar Developers Will Push Maine’s Electricity Rates Up Again

In its rush to tackle climate change, the Maine legislature has given a multi-million dollar windfall to developers of solar farms that threatens to increase electricity rates by up to 20%. It is not too late to amend this legislation before all these solar farms are built. This impending rate …

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Siouxland man uses Christmas season to grow thousands of poinsettias

CHEROKEE, Iowa (KCAU) – John Beier of The flowered house in Cherokee, Iowa, worked with a flower associated with winter and Christmas. “When you see the poinsettia around it, you say it’s Christmas,” Beier said. The flowers are unique, blooming in low light. “When the nights are longer than the …

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10 new trendy restaurants in the Twin Cities to discover in 2022

Even in the face of the challenges of the pandemic, the Twin Cities food scene continues to stand out. The big picture: The restaurant industry has been hit by restaurant restrictions, rising food prices, labor shortages and supply chain disruptions over the past two years. Why is this important: A …

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California proposes to reduce incentives for solar power on rooftops

SACRAMENTO, Calif .– California regulators on Monday proposed to reduce the discounts people who install home solar panels and storage systems get on their energy bills, which means it will take longer – a decade – to recover installation costs. California’s successful 26-year program to get more people to install …

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5 tips for wrapping gifts

The Laundry Guy is best known for his tips for keeping clothes clean. But on his HGTV show, Patric Richardson is also known for giving advice on being a better host and guest, and for adding a layer of Southern cuteness and charm to just about anything he does. His …

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Falling cement prices – the Hindu

Last week, a drop of 40 to 50 yen per 50 kg bag of cement was recorded in all brands in the retail market due to weaker demand. While dealers themselves were unsure of why demand had fallen, cement factories expressed concern that cost pressure was on them due to …

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TTB Proposes Favorable Changes to Permit Application and Reporting Requirements for Certain Industry Members | Man’s pepper with trout

On December 3, the Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Commerce (TTB) issued a regulatory proposal aimed at modernizing and streamlining the permit application and reporting requirements for distilled spirits plants (DSPs), wineries, importers, wholesalers, liquor dealers and other licensees. The changes proposed by the TTB are good for …

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Commentary: Reform the cannabis tax now

By partnering with another local trade association of the Sonoma County cannabis industry, whose legalization under Proposition 64 was approved by 59% of the county’s voters in 2016, the Cannabis Business Association of Sonoma County (CBASC) – which represents cannabis and hemp companies affecting plants – and Sonoma Valley Cannabis …

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Cuyamaca College presents its new ornamental horticultural complex

RANCHO SAN DIEGO – Cuyamaca College’s ornamental horticulture program now includes improvements in buildings and classrooms worthy of the study of applied natural sciences, with a focus on growing and caring for plants. Last week, Rancho San Diego School officially announced the completion and opening of its expanded ornamental horticulture …

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