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Connecting Europe Facility

Written by Matthew Parry, Marketa Pape and Alex Wilson

The European Commission estimates that some €970 billion should be invested in trans-European (TEN) transport, telecommunications and energy network infrastructure by 2020 if Europe is to reach its full potential in terms of growth and cohesion. 391 more words


Energy Community Prospects and challenges

Written by Alex Wilson

The Energy Community Treaty (ECT) was signed in 2005. Its principal objective is to expand the EU internal energy market to neighbouring countries (‘Contracting States’) that are willing to adopt the EU energy acquis. 226 more words


Pros and Cons: Brad Ausmas returning as Tigers manager

Detroit Tigers General Manager Al Avila announced that highly unpopular manager Brad Ausmas will return for the 2016 season on Saturday. This comes as a surprise to most after reports of Ausmas’s dismissal surfaced about two and a half weeks ago. 287 more words


Twins Give Up Late Lead, Lose 6-4 To Tigers

DETROIT (AP) — Glen Perkins crouched in front of the mound with his head down, trying to come to terms with a home run that put a bit of a dent in Minnesota’s playoff chances. 728 more words


Smart electricity grids and meters in the EU Member States

Written by Alex Wilson

Smart electricity grids feature in the European Commission’s Energy Union package and constitute a priority for the EU in the energy field. 192 more words


The Commission's Summer Energy Package

Written by Alex Wilson

On 15 July 2015, the European Commission presented its Summer Energy Package, consisting of two legislative proposals (revised Directive on ETS allowances after 2020, amending Directive 2003/87/EC; new regulation on energy labelling, replacing Directive 2010/30/EU), alongside two non-legislative communications proposing a new deal for energy consumers and launching the public consultation on a new energy market design. 520 more words


Edwin Encarnacion slugs three home runs as Blue Jays thrash Tigers

Blue Jays slugger Edwin Encarnacion crushed three home runs and knocked in a career-high nine runs this afternoon as part of a 15-1 thrashing of the Tigers at Rogers Centre. 117 more words

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