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FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Recharge:The global wind industry will add more than 626GW of new capacity — representing more than $1trn of investment — over the 2019-28 period, according to a new report from Navigant Research.This represents more than a doubling of the 591.1GW of wind installed around the world at the end of 2018, adding up to a total of more than 1,217GW (1.2TW).This tenfold growth in “wind capacity value” will be “led by countries in Asia-Pacific and non-traditional markets in Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa,” said Jesse Broehl, senior research analyst with Navigant Research.The global offshore market will experience a 16% compound annual growth rate over the period, with China, Taiwan and Europe being the leading markets, according to the Global Wind Energy Overview report.The study says that 51.4GW of wind was installed globally in 2018, down from the 52.9GW recorded in 2017. The Global Wind Energy Council put the 2018 figure at 51.3GW.“This growth is flat but behind these top-line figures resides profound shifts throughout global wind power markets and promising outlooks on the future of the industry throughout most global markets,” says the report.[Leigh Collins]More: Global wind capacity to more than double to 1.2TW by 2028: report Navigant Research sees global wind capacity doubling by 2028, topping 1,217GW
The Hamptons’ feel was hot this year.The Coorparoo home, which ranked fifth nationally, was just over 5km from the Brisbane CBD and loaded with extras including a children’s rumpus room, a private retreat for parents, a mezzanine level, chef’s island kitchen, terraced outdoor entertaining spaces, a mud room, pool, and multiple living zones. Agent Amanda Becke of Belle Property Coorparoo said the home was hugely popular because of its decor and design.“It was designed, built and decorated by the family and the love put into this home, showed,” she said. “We had more than 108 groups attend the first open home with a line that went for 50 metres down the street, 55 groups at a midweek inspection and a further 81 groups the following Saturday. “It was sold with many multiple offers received. It was so exciting and I am thrilled, yet not surprised that it’s Queensland’s most viewed home, what an honour.” 92 Solar St, Coorparoo. Fourth spot: 29-31 Wyuna Drive, Noosaville. Eighth spot: 2585 Gracemere Circuit North, Hope Island.Not all properties on the list of Queensland’s most viewed homes this year were million dollar mansions, with a family home at 177 Simpsons Road, Elanora drawing the seventh highest views in the state. The four bedroom split-level home in the Gold Coast hinterland sold for $730,000 in July. 92 Solar St, Coorparoo.HALF the top 10 hottest homes in Queensland this year have come out of the capital city, led by a one-year-old house that sold for $2.3m.The five bedroom Hamptons-style house at 92 Solar Street, Coorparoo, was the hottest home in Queensland this year, according to the country’s biggest property site realestate.com.au, attracting over 41,300 visits.The Sunshine State had a strong showing in the national list of most viewed properties, with three making the Australian top 10. 10th spot: 17 Saltwater Avenue, Noosa Waters.The remaining homes in the state top 10 were on the Gold Coast, including two waterfront mansions: an $11.98m-plus landmark at 16-22 Parklane Terrace, Sovereign Islands and 2585 Gracemere Circuit North, Hope Island. Seventh spot: 177 Simpsons Road, Elanora. QUEENSLAND’S HOTTEST HOMES IN 2017: 92 Solar Street, Coorparoo652 London Road, Chandler7 Ashfield Street, East Brisbane29-31 Wyuna Drive, Noosaville7 Elizabeth Street, Paddington16-22 Parklane Terrace, Sovereign Islands177 Simpsons Road, Elanora2585 Gracemere Circuit North, Hope Island30 Long Street, Graceville17 Saltwater Avenue, Noosa Waters (Source: realestate.com.au most viewed properties 2017) FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK FREE: GET THE COURIER-MAIL’S REALESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO INBOX 652 London Road, Chandler Qld 4155 Ninth spot: 30 Long Street, Graceville.None of the Brisbane homes that made the state top 10 were on the water, and all were large families homes within 10km of the CBD, with 7 Elizabeth Street, Paddington coming in fifth and 30 Long Street, Graceville — which sold for $2.32m in February — in ninth spot.Two Noosa waterfront properties made the elite list — 29-31 Wyuna Drive, Noosaville which has gone under contract after listing for a whopping $11.9m and 17 Saltwater Avenue, Noosa Waters which was under contract for over $10.5m. Sixth spot: 16-22 Parklane Terrace, Sovereign Islands. Quite a stunning presence in the backyard too.A sprawling Georgian-inspired home at 652 London Road, Chandler had the second highest views in the states this year, at more than 40,400. The property passed in at auction over the weekend, but was still on the market for sale by private treaty.The Hamptons’ feel was also believed to behind the popularity of 7 Ashfield Street, East Brisbane, that came in third with more than 40,000 visits to the property. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus22 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market22 hours agoThird hottest in Queensland this year: 7 Ashfield St East Brisbane. Picture: NGU Real Estate. Fifth spot: 7 Elizabeth Street, Paddington.
Share Sharing is caring! LocalNews Health bulletin on alcohol consumption ahead of Carnival celebrations by: – February 16, 2012 Tweet 19 Views no discussions Share Share Photo credit: knowledgebase-script.comDuring this Carnival Season many Dominicans might be thinking of drinking some form of alcohol or alcoholic drink. The Ministry of health takes this opportunity to remind you of these facts about alcohol consumption. Alcohol misuse in the form of binge drinking or drinking heavily over a long periods not only harms the individual but is damaging to relationships and society in general in terms of violence and crime, drinking and driving which result in traffic accidents, injury and premature death. It affects the drinker in many different ways:1.EFFECTS ON THE BRAIN Binge drinking can cause blackouts, memory loss and anxiety. Long-term drinking can result in permanent brain damage, serious mental health problems and alcohol dependence or alcoholism. Young people’s brains are particularly vulnerable because the brain is still developing during their teenage years. Alcohol can damage parts of the brain, affecting behaviour and the ability to learn and remember.2. EFFECTS ON THE HEART Alcohol can cause high blood pressure (hypertension) increasing the risk of having a heart attack or stroke. It also weakens heart muscles, which can affect lungs, liver, brain and other body systems and can cause heart failure. Binge drinking and drinking heavily over longer periods can cause the heart to beat irregularly and has been linked to cases of sudden death. 3. EFFECTS ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEMThis can result in the development of:• Stomach ulcers,• Internal bleeding• Cancer of the stomach and colon4. OTHER EFFECTS Weight gain: Alcohol is high in calories. Weight for weight, the alcohol in a drink contains almost as many calories as fat. The average bottle of wine contains 600 calories while four pints of beer contains 640 calories.Sexual Behaviour: Binge drinking makes you lose your inhibitions and affects your judgement. This might make you less likely to use a condom, increasing your risk of getting a sexually transmitted infection such as gonorrhoea, HIV or result in an unplanned pregnancyAlcohol affects the parts of your brain that control judgment, concentration, coordination, behaviour and emotions. If you are binge drinking, you may be at greater risk of:• becoming a victim of crime, eg rape, domestic violence or assault;• being involved in antisocial or criminal behaviour, eg fights, domestic violence, vandalism or theft;• having an accident, eg a traffic accident, fallDuring this Carnival Season if you do drink please try and stay within recommended limits:Men – No more than 3 to 4 drinks of alcohol a dayWomen- No more than 2 to 3 drinks of alcohol a day TIPS FOR MANAGING YOUR DRINKING • Avoid drinking alcoholHowever if you do drink:• Eat before or while drinking, and avoid salty snacks, which make you thirsty.• Be assertive – don’t be pressured into drinking more than you want or intend to.• Know your limits and stick to them.• Stay busy – don’t just sit and drink.• Try not to confuse large measures of alcohol with standard measures, eg a glass of wine served at a party or at home may be much larger than the standard 125ml.• Keep track of your drinks and don’t let people top up your drink until it’s finished.• Try alternating alcoholic drinks with water or other non-alcoholic drinks. Health BulletinHealth Promotion Resource Centre, Ministry of Health