“Energy” in the news
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· NY to fast track Penn Station, LaGuardia rebuilds amid virus relief →
Ridership is low, traffic is reduced, and so he is fast-tracking the Empire Penn Station project, LaGuardia airport, and is calling for renewable energy projects to be implemented downstate (NYC region) after projects were successful upstate, including cross-state transmission lines to get power to NYC.
· The NBC Political Unit's Senate primaries and run-offs to watch →
In contrast, the State Department has handed over thousands of pages of documents to Republican Senators Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, chairman of committees investigating Hunter Biden’s work on the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings.
· The Daily Dose: OPEC+ Chats Up A Rally →
Crude oil prices were up as sources revealed Tuesday that Russian Energy Minister Novak is scheduled to chair an online meeting with oil officials to discuss holding to current commitments beyond June.
The New York Times
· How Quarantine Has Brought My Family Closer Together →
We would have returned home around dinnertime, stressed but with just enough energy to cajole the sweaty kids into finishing up any weekend school work, while putting groceries away and making dinner.
· “I’m a bit of an overwriter”: How Carly Rae Jepsen whittled 200 songs down to 12 for her new album →
I’ll rate the songs for energy level, and if there’s too many fives, then I’ll think, what’s a two?
· BDJ: Overweight Financial Exposure Makes This Fund Lag For Now →
In addition to the financial exposure, industrials and energy made up 8.14% and 7.97%, respectively.
· Kotak releases Video KYC savings account campaign featuring Ranveer Singh →
While the Kotak executive is performing a routine service call, we decided to let Ranveer be his irrepressible self during the call – full of energy, surprises and humour.
· Everbridge: Now A Better Near-Term Investment Bet Than Microsoft →
It serves enterprises, small businesses, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, and government agencies in technology, energy, financial services, healthcare and life sciences, manufacturing, media and entertainment, retail, higher education, and professional services industries.
· Cummings' actions have taken the ‘we' out of keeping to lockdown rules →
Had everyone done that – had we all put so much energy into thinking about loopholes that served our personal circumstances rather than thinking about the impact of our actions on others – then lockdown would not have worked, the infection would still be raging and the NHS would have been overwhelmed.