Siemens Gamesa has reached a milestone in the production of 75-meter long blades at its factory in Hull, UK, as it had produced 500 pieces.Source: Siemens GamesaTo celebrate the milestone, Siemens Gamesa joined the Hull City Council to plant 500 trees to help create the Northern Forest.The company opened the factory at the Alexandra Dock in December 2016 when it officially unveiled the 75m long blade.Multi-media artist Nayan Kulkarni later transformed one of the first produced 28t blades into a sculpture and exposed it in the Queen Victoria Square in the center of Hull.After the ten-week set up in the city center as part of a culture program, the blade was returned to the factory where it found its permanent location at the entrance.
According to police investigators, Concepcion was having a drinking session at the store of Patajo when a heated argument ensued between them. BACOLOD City – A man was shot dead in Barangay Marcelo, Calatrava, Negros Occidental. Police identified the suspect as 65-year-old store owner Vivincio Patajo. Concepcion was rushed to the Calatrava District Hospital where the attending physician declared him “dead on arrival.” This prompted Patajo to fire at Concepcion around 6 p.m. on July 25. Resident Ponciano Concepcion, 47, sustained a gunshot wound on the body, a police report showed. Officers of the Calatrava municipal police station conducted a manhunt operation against the suspect, who fled after the shooting./PN
NFL Draft 2019: Meet Brody Oliver, an engineering graduate set to test his NFL mettle Darnold went 4-9 as New York’s starter last year. He threw for 2,865 yards with 17 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. Related News Josh McCown, who served as Darnold’s backup at the end of the year, is undecided about coming back to play football in 2019. He went 0-3 as a starter last season.Davis Webb has been signed to a one-year, $645,000 deal with the Jets this offseason as well. NFL free agency rumors: Texans finalizing deal with quarterback AJ McCarron Sam Darnold has another backup.Former Broncos starter Trevor Siemian is signing a one-year deal with the Jets, the quarterback’s agent announced Wednesday on Twitter. Excited for QB @TrevorSiemian agreeing to a one year deal with the @nyjets— Mike McCartney (@MikeMcCartney7) March 20, 2019Siemian went 13-11 as the Broncos’ starter in 2016 and 2017 while throwing for 5,686 yards with 30 touchdowns and 24 interceptions.
The Thunder are well into the post-Russell Westbrook/Paul George era but the team still has some work to do before it enters the full “Trust the process” rebuilding mode.Namely, the Thunder are looking to offload veterans Chris Paul and Steven Adams. Paul’s remaining contract (three years, $124 million) makes him a tough sell, but the team is also running into issues in trade talks for Adams. According to Heavy.com, the Thunder are reportedly seeking a draft pick, a young player and salary relief for the veteran center, which is apparently too much. That “big guy … small lineup” remark is spot-on regarding the 7-foot Adams, an old-school center who is a good inside scorer and rebounder (13.9 points, 9.5 rebounds per game) but can’t stretch the floor like the modern NBA demands. Adams has never hit a 3-point shot in his six-season career. Dwight Howard has been impressive in Lakers camp, Frank Vogel says Can Kyle Korver make Giannis Antetokounmpo a deadly shooter? “They set the price too high,” a league executive said. “That’s what you’d expect and maybe it will drop as the year goes on. It’s tough to take on his contract (two years, $53 million remaining) and give up picks and players.”Most teams are pretty well set at the center spot now, you have a big guy and you have your small lineup. You can’t just take on a contract like that. There isn’t a big number of teams who could take him.” Related News