Energy – Morris Young Motors http://morrisyoungmotors.com/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 21:07:10 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://morrisyoungmotors.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-1.png Energy – Morris Young Motors http://morrisyoungmotors.com/ 32 32 Expert Ratings for Atmos Energy – Atmos Energy (NYSE:ATO) https://morrisyoungmotors.com/expert-ratings-for-atmos-energy-atmos-energy-nyseato/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 21:07:10 +0000 https://morrisyoungmotors.com/expert-ratings-for-atmos-energy-atmos-energy-nyseato/ During the last quarter, Atmos Energy ATO observed the following analyst notes: Bullish Rather bullish Indifferent a bit bearish Bearish Total ratings 0 3 1 0 0 last 30 days 0 1 […]]]>

During the last quarter, Atmos Energy ATO observed the following analyst notes:









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These 4 analysts have an average price target of $130.5 from Atmos Energy‘s current price of $113.33, implying upside.

Below is a summary of how these 4 analysts have rated Atmos Energy over the past 3 months. The higher the number of bullish ratings, the more analysts are positive on the security and the higher the number of bearish ratings, the more analysts are negative on the security

This average price target has risen 1.56% over the past month.

Analysts work in banking and financial systems and typically specialize in reporting on stocks or defined sectors. Analysts can attend company conference calls and meetings, research company financials, and communicate with insiders to issue “analyst notes” for stocks. Analysts typically rate each stock once a quarter.

Some analysts will also offer forecasts for metrics such as growth estimates, earnings, and revenue to provide additional stock insights. Investors using analyst ratings should note that such expert advice is human-sourced and may be subject to error.

This article was generated by Benzinga’s automated content engine and reviewed by an editor.

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International collaboration is key to accelerating the transition to a sustainable energy future https://morrisyoungmotors.com/international-collaboration-is-key-to-accelerating-the-transition-to-a-sustainable-energy-future/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 09:11:00 +0000 https://morrisyoungmotors.com/international-collaboration-is-key-to-accelerating-the-transition-to-a-sustainable-energy-future/ The intergovernmental organization, the International Energy Agency (IEA), in its “Breakthrough Agenda Report 2022”, asserts that international collaboration will be essential for a successful transition to sustainability, given the global scale and the rapid pace of necessary change. “Action by governments and companies individually is necessary, but not sufficient. Well-targeted international collaboration can make low-carbon […]]]>

The intergovernmental organization, the International Energy Agency (IEA), in its “Breakthrough Agenda Report 2022”, asserts that international collaboration will be essential for a successful transition to sustainability, given the global scale and the rapid pace of necessary change.

“Action by governments and companies individually is necessary, but not sufficient. Well-targeted international collaboration can make low-carbon transitions faster, less difficult and less costly.

“By aligning and coordinating actions internationally, countries and businesses can accelerate innovation, create stronger signals for investment and greater economies of scale, and establish a level playing field, the where appropriate, to ensure that competition is a driver of transition and not a brake,” it says.

“International assistance, funding and sharing of best practices can support widespread adoption of effective policies and available technologies. International infrastructure can enable cross-border flows of clean energy. Net-zero global emissions could be delayed for decades,” the IEA points out.

The IEA’s Breakthrough Agenda Report 2022 focuses on actions in five sectors – electricity, hydrogen, road transport, steel and agriculture, which account for more than 50% of global greenhouse gas emissions greenhouse, and for which the signatories have so far agreed on targets under the breakthrough program.

“Clean technologies and sustainable solutions are not yet the most affordable or accessible options in these sectors, except in the electricity sector, and even in the electricity sector, it is not yet the case in all countries.

“Achieving the Breakthrough Program goals in these sectors will require concerted action by governments, businesses and civil society, while allowing all countries to move faster, dramatically increasing the chances of avoiding low levels. more dangerous climate change and meet the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals,” the IEA says.

SECTORAL RECOMMENDATIONS
The electricity sector represents approximately 13 Gt of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e), or 23%, of total emissions, which have increased by around 10% since 2010 and must fall by more than 50% by 2030.

Investments will need to increase by 25% each year, reaching $2 trillion per year by 2030.

The production and use of hydrogen, meanwhile, represents about 0.9 Gt of CO2e, or 1.5% of total emissions.

The production of renewable and low-carbon hydrogen currently represents less than 1% of total production. Targets and commitments to use low-carbon, renewable hydrogen equivalent to 3% of current total hydrogen demand. Currently, 15% of ammonia and 28% of methanol are traded internationally, the IEA report says.

“Governments and businesses should coordinate internationally to increase commitments to the use of low-carbon, renewable hydrogen in sectors where hydrogen is currently used, supported by specific policies and purchase agreements to collectively send a strong demand signal and mobilize investment in production.

“In new priority application sectors, countries should share learning to accelerate early deployment. This should be done in a way that ensures a level playing field in international trade,” recommends the IEA.

In addition, the road transport sector represents approximately 6 Gt of CO2e, or 10% of total emissions, which have increased by 13% since 2010 and must decrease by almost 33% by 2030.

“Public charging infrastructure needs to increase tenfold by 2030. If major markets align their policies with zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) sales by 2035, cost parity between ZEVs and motor vehicles internal combustion could be reached several years earlier.

“Furthermore, more than 60% of the vehicles added to the roads in Africa each year are imported second-hand vehicles,” the IEA report points out.

Meanwhile, the steel sector represents around 3 Gt of CO2e, or 5% of total emissions, which have increased by around 15% since 2010 and must fall by around 25% by 2030.

The global average intensity of direct steel production emissions must fall by around 30% by 2030, the report points out, adding that 114 million tonnes of high-emitting conventional plants are currently in operation or in phase. of planning.

Meanwhile, agriculture and related land use accounts for about 10 Gt of CO2e, or 17%, of total emissions, including approximately 7 Gt of CO2e come from direct on-farm emissions.

On-farm emissions have increased by 0.6% per year since 2000 and are expected to fall by around 20% by 2030.

Additionally, 27% of all emissions from agriculture and land use can be attributed to agricultural products that are traded internationally, the IEA notes.

CROSS-CUTTING MEASURES
According to the IEA, there is a significant opportunity and need to strengthen international collaboration and current efforts fall far short of harnessing the full potential of collaboration to accelerate progress.

“In every sector, collaboration must go beyond sharing best practices and include a deliberate alignment of actions in areas such as technology development, standards and trade, complemented by strong support for developing countries.

“Participation needs to expand to include more countries in each sector, to make this a truly effective global effort. The collaboration needs to be sustained for years to have its full impact, not be started and stopped sporadically,” the agency said.

“Serious, sustained and targeted international collaboration of this kind could significantly increase the chances of limiting the rise in global temperatures to 1.5°C. [above preindustrial levels]while contributing positively to economic development.

“This will help generate 14 million additional jobs and prevent two million premature deaths worldwide from air pollution by 2030,” says the IEA, based on the findings of its report. 2021.

Leaders of signatories, 44 countries plus the European Union, which account for more than 70% of global gross domestic product, pledged at Conference of the Parties 26 to work together to make clean technologies and sustainable solutions the option the most affordable, the most accessible and the most attractive in each of the emitting sectors before the end of this decade, he adds.

“Countries should strive to agree on the international forums and institutions through which they will take forward each of the recommendations for collaborative action contained in this report, and should then invest in these forums both politically and financially.

“Existing institutional frameworks should be used whenever appropriate to the task. This can help establish the institutional foundations necessary for strong and sustained international collaboration during this decade,” the IEA says.

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Loop Energy says new hydrogen fuel cell is more efficient than diesel engine https://morrisyoungmotors.com/loop-energy-says-new-hydrogen-fuel-cell-is-more-efficient-than-diesel-engine/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 08:20:00 +0000 https://morrisyoungmotors.com/loop-energy-says-new-hydrogen-fuel-cell-is-more-efficient-than-diesel-engine/ Cars drive through heavy traffic on the Gardiner Expressway in Toronto, June 29, 2015. REUTERS/Mark Blinch/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Sept 18 (Reuters) – Hydrogen fuel cell maker Loop Energy (LPEN.TO) said on Sunday its latest cell system could offer better fuel economy than a diesel engine at current […]]]>

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Sept 18 (Reuters) – Hydrogen fuel cell maker Loop Energy (LPEN.TO) said on Sunday its latest cell system could offer better fuel economy than a diesel engine at current price levels.

The Burnaby, British Columbia-based company said that — based on a pan-European diesel cost of $1.91 per liter on September 5 and $10 per kg of hydrogen — a truck could travel a just over 111 miles (179 km) on $100 worth of fuel. fuel thanks to its new S1200 hydrogen fuel cell system versus just over 109 miles for an equivalent diesel truck.

As the auto industry shifts to zero-emission electric vehicles (EVs), major freight truck makers like Daimler Truck (DTGGe.DE) and Volvo (VOLVb.ST) are investing heavily in hydrogen fuel cells to haul freight over long distances because the batteries weigh too much to make electric trucks viable.

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Hydrogen fuel cells pass hydrogen through a catalyst that produces power and heat to power a small battery that drives the truck – the only emission from these cells is water.

Hydrogen fuel cells have faced two challenges for wide adoption: they have so far been less efficient than diesel, and the refueling infrastructure in Europe is virtually non-existent.

Nyland said the new cellular system essentially solves the first of those challenges.

“It drives the future forward,” Loop Energy chief executive Ben Nyland told Reuters. “This product provides the economic benefits necessary for its adoption today.”

Nyland said Loop Energy aims to provide the fuel cell system to startup truck makers and as part of hydrogen powertrains supplied to large truck makers by major suppliers.

The company’s biggest shareholder is US engine maker Cummins , which has a stake of more than 20% in Loop Energy.

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A Variety of Alternative-Fuel Cars Power Hawai’i’s Clean Energy Future https://morrisyoungmotors.com/a-variety-of-alternative-fuel-cars-power-hawaiis-clean-energy-future/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 17:02:34 +0000 https://morrisyoungmotors.com/a-variety-of-alternative-fuel-cars-power-hawaiis-clean-energy-future/ To move away from internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles and achieve the state’s goal of carbon neutrality by 2045, we will need to adopt different strategies. Photo: Courtesy of Servco Pacific There are a variety of alternative fuel vehicles: hybrid electric vehicle (HEV), plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), battery electric vehicle (BEV) and fuel cell […]]]>
To move away from internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles and achieve the state’s goal of carbon neutrality by 2045, we will need to adopt different strategies.
Photo: Courtesy of Servco Pacific

There are a variety of alternative fuel vehicles: hybrid electric vehicle (HEV), plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), battery electric vehicle (BEV) and fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV), and all are viable substitutes for ICE vehicles. . Alternative fuel vehicles produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions and reduce our dependence on fossil fuels. Below are examples of how these alternative fuel technologies work.

HEVs are powered by an electric motor and an internal combustion engine. They need gas to power the internal combustion engine, which charges the electric motor battery. HEVs do not require electricity to charge the battery.

Alternative fuel

Graphic: courtesy of Servco Pacific

PHEVs are powered by an electric motor and an internal combustion engine. It requires electricity to charge the electric motor battery and gas to power the internal combustion engine. Like BEVs, PHEVs can be charged at home with a standard 120V outlet, a dedicated 240V outlet, or public charging stations.

BEVs are powered by an electric motor and require electricity to charge the battery. Most BEVs can be charged at home with a standard 120V outlet, a dedicated 240V outlet, or public charging stations.

FCEVs are powered by an electric motor and require hydrogen gas (H2) to generate electricity. In a fuel cell vehicle, hydrogen gas (H2) from the fuel tank combines with oxygen (O2) from the air to generate electricity, with only water and heat as under -products of the process.

09 Servco Alternative Fuel Vehicle Comparisons 2022 2022

Graphic: courtesy of Servco Pacific

What will it take for Hawai’i to reach its goal of carbon neutrality by 2045? We will all need to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and switch to more sustainable options.

For more information, visit servco.com/alternative-fuel.

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MG is accelerating the presence of Chinese electric cars in Europe, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld https://morrisyoungmotors.com/mg-is-accelerating-the-presence-of-chinese-electric-cars-in-europe-energy-news-et-energyworld/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 07:48:00 +0000 https://morrisyoungmotors.com/mg-is-accelerating-the-presence-of-chinese-electric-cars-in-europe-energy-news-et-energyworld/ Paris: MG unveiled its fourth electric vehicle for the European market on Tuesday as Chinese automakers accelerate efforts to use zero-emission cars to gain traction in the region. The MG4 is an all-electric sedan with a range of up to 450 kilometers (280 miles) and a competitive list price of 28,990 euros before any government […]]]>

Paris: MG unveiled its fourth electric vehicle for the European market on Tuesday as Chinese automakers accelerate efforts to use zero-emission cars to gain traction in the region.

The MG4 is an all-electric sedan with a range of up to 450 kilometers (280 miles) and a competitive list price of 28,990 euros before any government incentives.

British brand known for its sports cars which went bankrupt in 2005, MG was bought by the Chinese giant SAIC.

While Chinese automakers have not made serious attempts to break into the European market with traditional combustion engine vehicles, they are slowly exploiting their advantage in electric cars.

Similar to SAIC, Chinese automaker Geely, owner of Volvo, is using Polestar to enter the European market with electric vehicles.

BYD, Nio and Wulung enter the market under their own brands.

“Chinese automakers abandoned the development of internal combustion vehicles because they soon realized that they would not be able to close the technology gap with Japanese, American and European automakers,” Jamel Taganza said. , vice-president of the consulting firm Inovev.

Instead, they focused their efforts on developing electric vehicles, which has now given them an edge, especially as Chinese consumer adoption has far outpaced that of other countries.

“When you produce 10 times more of certain models than your European counterparts, you develop arguably better craftsmanship and quality,” said José Baghdad, automotive consultant at PwC.

By comparison, Wuling sold 400,000 of its Mini EV vehicles last year, a mainstream supercompact priced at 4,000 euros, compared to 77,000 Zoe cars sold by Renault, Europe’s top-selling electric car.

Chinese automakers sold 80,000 vehicles in Europe last year, and that figure is expected to nearly double this year to 150,000, according to Inovev forecasts.

The fact that Chinese companies are at the forefront of battery development is also a plus for Chinese automakers.

However, they remain marginal on the European market for the time being.

“They know they don’t have strong brands, with some doubts” among European consumers, Baghdad said.

The absence of a network of dealers and garages may also deter European consumers at this stage.

China’s entry into Europe also comes at a time of great economic uncertainty as the continent faces an energy crisis and soaring inflation, but it gives them a chance to start learning about the market.

Chinese automakers also want to be ready in case an opportunity arises.

“There could be one if European automakers abandon the affordable vehicle or small car segment, for example,” Taganza said.

European car manufacturers have moved upmarket in recent years where margins are bigger.

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German Industrial Production Slumps in July on Energy Prices, Drought By Investing.com https://morrisyoungmotors.com/german-industrial-production-slumps-in-july-on-energy-prices-drought-by-investing-com/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 07:30:00 +0000 https://morrisyoungmotors.com/german-industrial-production-slumps-in-july-on-energy-prices-drought-by-investing-com/ © Reuters. By Geoffrey Smith Investing.com — Germany’s industrial engine slowed dramatically in July amid a toxic combination of supply chain issues and dwindling Russian energy supplies. fell 0.3% on the month, slightly better than the expected 0.5% decline, and was down 1.1% from a year earlier. However, the figures were flattered by the fact […]]]>

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Investing.com — Germany’s industrial engine slowed dramatically in July amid a toxic combination of supply chain issues and dwindling Russian energy supplies.

fell 0.3% on the month, slightly better than the expected 0.5% decline, and was down 1.1% from a year earlier.

However, the figures were flattered by the fact that the school holidays started later this year, meaning the usual drop in summer production was smaller than it would otherwise have been. They were also supported by production in construction, which increased by 1.4%, and by energy production, which increased by 2.8%.

On the other hand, manufacturing production fell by 1.0% and that of energy-intensive sectors, in particular, by 1.9%, illustrating how much the sharp rise in gas and electricity prices has hurt. Output in energy-intensive industries has fallen nearly 7% since Russia invaded Ukraine in February.

“For Germany’s industrial backbone, small and medium-sized businesses, rising energy prices look like a ticking time bomb,” ING’s Carsten Brzeski said in a note to clients, though he noted that the sector had still not “fallen off a cliff”. “

“With continued pressure on consumers’ disposable income, the pricing power of businesses is waning,” he added. “It is remarkable that the government’s third relief package presented on Sunday provided only very limited support to this segment of the economy.”

Statistics office Destatis noted that the industry continues to suffer not only from the effects of war, but also from supply chain disruption caused by COVID-19 and, more recently, the drought that has restricts navigation on Germany’s most important inland waterways such as the Rhine. .

Manufacturing output fell across the board, with consumer goods production down 2.4%, driven in particular by the food and beverage sector. Production of capital goods fell 0.8%.

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NSK bearing developments help maximize the performance and energy efficiency of industrial motors https://morrisyoungmotors.com/nsk-bearing-developments-help-maximize-the-performance-and-energy-efficiency-of-industrial-motors/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 13:32:03 +0000 https://morrisyoungmotors.com/nsk-bearing-developments-help-maximize-the-performance-and-energy-efficiency-of-industrial-motors/ The energy consumption of the motors used in machinery is thought to represent 40-50% of global electricity consumption, making these industry-critical devices a key energy reduction target. With this in mind, the market is seeing a proliferation of industrial motors claiming to offer better energy efficiency. The latest inverter motors also help reduce energy consumption […]]]>

The energy consumption of the motors used in machinery is thought to represent 40-50% of global electricity consumption, making these industry-critical devices a key energy reduction target. With this in mind, the market is seeing a proliferation of industrial motors claiming to offer better energy efficiency. The latest inverter motors also help reduce energy consumption as they adjust their rotation speed according to operating conditions. Additionally, demand is growing for next-generation servo motors, which typically find use in industrial robots because they can rotate forward and backward for precise positioning. These three types of motors (high efficiency, inverter and servo) all rely on a common component to optimize performance and minimize energy consumption: bearings.

Global efforts to reduce energy consumption have led to regulations requiring motor efficiency improvements. The energy loss of a motor includes three factors: iron loss (heat production from the iron core); copper loss (heat production from the winding); and mechanical losses (due to the rotation of bearings, for example). Although mechanical losses can be as low as 1% of motor energy consumption, they represent 0.4-0.5% of global electricity consumption, meaning that the global impact of any reduction would be significant.

Low torque bearings for high efficiency motors

NSK has made an effort to assess bearing mechanical losses using actual high-efficiency motors and actual operating conditions. The company sought to identify potential reductions in energy consumption by developing a test method that allows the direct assessment of mechanical losses in bearings. The results of these tests would feed into NSK’s bearing development program for high-efficiency motors. For example, evaluation of a high-efficiency bipolar motor running at 3000 rpm revealed that the cause of about 80% of mechanical losses was resistance to lubrication, i.e. resistance to shear and pressure. stirring of the grease between the bearing parts. NSK therefore launched a project to optimize the type and quantity of grease, as well as the shape of the bearing cage.

Subsequent tests showed that optimizing the amount of grease reduced mechanical losses by 60% compared to conventional bearings. Another point to note is that reducing the grease content in conventional bearings tends to break up the oil film and shorten the life of the grease seizing. In contrast, the low-torque bearing developed by NSK uses a special grease which, in tests, has been shown to increase grease seizure time by more than 2.7 times. Further tests have shown that NSK’s specially developed plastic cage reduces mechanical losses by half compared to steel cages, mainly because the plastic cage removes resistance to grease agitation between the cage and the balls.

NSK’s low-torque bearings, which reduce mechanical losses and extend the life of grease seizure in high-efficiency motors, are available in sizes ranging from 16 to 170 mm outside diameter.

Ceramic coated bearings for inverter motors

Inverter motors, controllable with optimum rotation frequency, are useful for energy saving in pumps and blowers. The general trend of development is that the frequency to be controlled (called the carrier frequency) increases so that the motor can operate with a higher degree of precision. However, as the carrier frequency increases, electrolytic corrosion can occur due to the high frequency current in the bearing.

Electrolytic corrosion is a phenomenon by which sparks occur across the film of lubricating oil between the surface of the raceway and the rolling elements, causing local melting and irregularities. This effect also leads to early abnormal running noises and seizures.

Some bearings for small motors feature ceramic balls which do not carry current to protect against electrolytic corrosion, but there are productivity issues with larger diameter ceramic balls required for medium size inverter motors and big. To remedy this problem, NSK has developed an electrolytic anti-corrosion ceramic coated bearing specifically for use in these inverter motors, where the company applies a ceramic spray coating to the outer ring.

The newly developed bearing exhibits excellent electrical isolation, with tests showing approximately ten times more isolation (using DC power) than general ceramic coated bearings. Note that the NSK bearing also demonstrates equivalent or slightly better insulation with an AC supply, satisfying an impedance of 100? or more at a frequency of 1 MHz.

In terms of mechanical performance, the shock resistance of the coating is about three times that of a general ceramic coated bearing. Heat dissipation, which is a disadvantage of ceramic coatings, can be eliminated by using a relatively dense coating compared to that used on conventional bearings, extending both lubricant and motor life. In testing, the temperature rise during bearing rotation was approximately 10°C less than that exhibited by a general ceramic coated bearing. The dense coating also means fewer voids and better durability.

NSK’s electrolytic anti-corrosion ceramic coated bearings are available in sizes from 130mm to 230mm outside diameter for medium and large inverter motors.

Low particle emission bearings for servo motors

The precise positioning capability of a servo motor derives from the transmission or reflection of the light emission signal from the LED in the etched pattern on the encoder plate and the transmission of the received signal to the motor controller. However, contamination of the encoder plate surface with oil or other material disables signal reception and feedback of position information to the motor controller, preventing smooth operation.

In a robot servo motor, it is necessary to stop the arm and the workpiece via an electromagnetic brake. Contamination of the brake plate with oil or other material causes the brakes to slip. Servo motors used in industrial robots and collaborative robots (cobots) must be very reliable, so the bearings must have low particle emission to avoid contaminating encoders or brakes.

NSK has developed a bearing for servomotors which uses a low particle emission grease with an optimized composition. The bearing also takes advantage of the company’s light contact DW seal, which provides excellent contamination protection when torque levels are considered.

A series of simulation tests investigated the relationship between bearings and encoder brake plates with respect to the dispersion of grease contamination. Tests have confirmed that the amount of scatter decreases when using bearings with a non-contact seal and NSK’s low-emission LGU grease (compared to bearings with a non-contact seal and conventional grease). Additionally, the bearings with LGU grease and the light contact DW seal showed virtually no grease scatter, a result which also represents an effective countermeasure against encoder corrosion.

NSK’s low-particle bearings, featuring LGU grease and DW light contact seals, are available in sizes from 26mm to 120mm OD to suit all common servo motors.

Press pictures

1) Display of mechanical loss rate of different cage materials used on NSK low torque ball bearings for high efficiency motors

2) NSK electrolytic corrosion resistant ceramic coated bearings for inverter motors

About NSK Europe

NSK Europe Ltd. is the European organization of Tokyo-the bearing manufacturer NSK, which was founded in Japan in 1916 and today employs nearly 30,580 people in its worldwide operations. The products and solutions offered by the industrial and automotive supplier can be found wherever things move. In addition to almost all types of bearings, the company’s portfolio includes ball bearings, linear technology, wheel bearing assemblies, transmission and motor bearings, and steering systems. The company is oriented towards perfection in all its business activities. Its goal is quality leadership in its industry, which it strives to achieve through a process of continuous improvement, excellent product development, optimized production processes and customer-oriented service processes. In fiscal 2021, the more than 4,250 employees of NSK Europe Ltd. generated more sales 818 million euros.

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This Week in Farming: Energy Bills, Beef Myths and New Fendts https://morrisyoungmotors.com/this-week-in-farming-energy-bills-beef-myths-and-new-fendts/ Fri, 02 Sep 2022 23:32:33 +0000 https://morrisyoungmotors.com/this-week-in-farming-energy-bills-beef-myths-and-new-fendts/ Welcome to This Week in Farming, your regular roundup of the best content on the weekly farmers website in the last seven days. Every Saturday, we round up five of the biggest topics that got people talking, and look forward to what’s to come this week. weekly farmers podcast. Focus on Ukraine Russia’s invasion of […]]]>

Welcome to This Week in Farming, your regular roundup of the best content on the weekly farmers website in the last seven days.

Every Saturday, we round up five of the biggest topics that got people talking, and look forward to what’s to come this week. weekly farmers podcast.

Focus on Ukraine

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine had a myriad of global effects, but of course no financial impact here comes close to the horrific impact it had on the people of Ukraine, including their farmers.

This week, we got new insight from Ukrainian agricultural journalist, Ihor Pavliuk, on the mortal danger faced by growers who simply try to work on land littered with unexploded ordnance.

Another of the biggest problems facing grain farmers was the inability to move stored crops from barns and bins to the farm as exports came to a halt after the war began.

A UN-brokered deal to allow that flow to resume appears to be holding for now, with 61 ships loaded with 1.5million tonnes of food now gone since it came into force, bringing some relief to farmers and consumers.

energy crisis

The impact of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s use of the country’s gas exports as a tool is now widely known, with business owners not protected by the energy price cap seeing the biggest cost increases .

Associate Editor Lauren Harris spoke with Jodie Hisgett, Commercial Sales Manager at NFU Energy, who revealed that some farmers are facing increased annual expenses of up to 400% and rounded up the latest advice for those who negotiate a new contract.

Other energy-intensive sectors have also been hit hard, including fertilizer makers, CF Fertiliser, Yara and others raising prices and cutting production across Europe.

This has increased farmers’ interest in reducing application rates when considering using a winter cover crop to supply a portion of the following year’s sugar beet nitrogen requirements.

Breaking the myths

Even before the cost of living crisis, food and agriculture was rarely out of the spotlight in the scrutiny of our sector’s contribution to climate change.

In the rush to transition to a greener future, many accusations have been made about the climate impact of farming – some of which go beyond scientific fact.

In this excellent myth-busting article, we’ve worked with the Sustainable Food Trust to tackle eight of the most common claims, including “Too much land is devoted to animal production”.

Elsewhere in environmental news, the Welsh Government has announced it has simplified the application process for landowners interested in planting trees, with an offer of £32million in two schemes.

Export boom

Even as lobby groups bicker over red meat, exports from UK farms hit a record high, with shipments valued at £858m in the first half of the year, the latest HMRC figures revealed, while that cheese exports have also increased.

Yet senior livestock reporter Michael Priestley writes that beef production is unlikely to increase to meet this additional demand, with increased cull cow sales expected this fall, as herd managers seek to disperse or cull hard in the face of rising production costs.

In the United States, the situation is similar, with beef producer Daniel Mushrush seeing costs jump 30% from a year ago and still rising.

Fendt unveils a new range

As red meat leaves the country, many of the country’s favorite tractor brands are being shipped from the other direction.

It was the turn of Fendt fans to celebrate this week as the Agco-owned brand unveiled a larger and more powerful 700 Series tractor line.

Read all about the many changes to the new Gen7 models, including the new engine block.

Listen to the F.W. Podcast

Don’t forget the latest edition of the weekly farmers podcast with Johann Tasker and Hugh Broom as well.

This week, they’ll discuss Liz Truss’ appearance at an NFU husting event and more.

Listen to it here or take us with you in the taxi by downloading it from your usual podcast platform.

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Terra Energy (TT) – Expert assessments for Trane Technologies https://morrisyoungmotors.com/terra-energy-tt-expert-assessments-for-trane-technologies/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 16:06:17 +0000 https://morrisyoungmotors.com/terra-energy-tt-expert-assessments-for-trane-technologies/ Analysts provided the following ratings for Trane Technologies TT in the last trimester: Bullish Rather bullish Indifferent a bit bearish Bearish Total ratings 0 8 6 2 0 last 30 days 0 […]]]>

Analysts provided the following ratings for Trane Technologies TT in the last trimester:









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2 months ago 0 3 3 0 0
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According to 16 analysts offering 12-month price targets over the past 3 months, Trane Technologies has an average price target of $153.62 with a high of $180.00 and a low of $124.00.

Below is a summary of how these 16 analysts have rated Trane Technologies over the past 3 months. The higher the number of bullish ratings, the more analysts are positive on the security and the higher the number of bearish ratings, the more analysts are negative on the security

This average price target has risen 0.06% over the past month.

Benzinga tracks 150 analyst firms and reports on their stock expectations. Analysts typically arrive at their conclusions by predicting how much money a company will make in the future, usually over the next five years, and how risky or predictable that company’s revenue streams are.

Analysts attend company conference calls and meetings, research company financials, and contact insiders to release their stock notes. Analysts typically rate each stock once a quarter or whenever the company has a major update.

Some analysts also offer forecasts for useful metrics such as earnings, revenue, and growth estimates to provide additional guidance on what to do with certain tickers. It is important to keep in mind that although stock and sector analysts are specialists, they are also human and can only predict their opinions to traders.

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North Carolina A&T State University tasked with discovering the future of energy by splitting water molecules https://morrisyoungmotors.com/north-carolina-at-state-university-tasked-with-discovering-the-future-of-energy-by-splitting-water-molecules/ Mon, 29 Aug 2022 20:46:06 +0000 https://morrisyoungmotors.com/north-carolina-at-state-university-tasked-with-discovering-the-future-of-energy-by-splitting-water-molecules/ GREENSBORO, NC (WGHP) — Protecting the planet through clean energy development will be explored in greater depth at North Carolina A&T State University. The university’s College of Engineering has received a $10.35 million federal grant to research how to separate hydrogen and oxygen from water to create clean energy, a statement from NC said. A&T. […]]]>

GREENSBORO, NC (WGHP) — Protecting the planet through clean energy development will be explored in greater depth at North Carolina A&T State University.

The university’s College of Engineering has received a $10.35 million federal grant to research how to separate hydrogen and oxygen from water to create clean energy, a statement from NC said. A&T.

The grant — at least the third major energy and technology investment A&T has received this year — is part of $420 million awarded by the Department of Energy for its Energy Frontier research centerswhich are created to study future energy development and progress towards the goal of having a zero-emissions economy by 2050.

Officials Celebrate North Carolina A&T State University’s New Engineering Complex

A&T’s piece is to open, under the direction of Professor Dhananjay Kumar, the Center for Electrochemical Dynamics and Reactions on Surfaces – the acronym is CEDARS – where the Hydrogen Initiative will take place during this 4-year grant. year.

And the school is in elite company. There have been 43 grants awarded by the DOE, and nine of them have gone to laboratories, such as the famous laboratories of Oak Ridge and Los Alamos.

A&T is also the only historically black college and university, the only college in North Carolina, and one of only five in the South — Arkansas, Clemson, Florida and Georgia Tech are the others — on a list that includes MIT, Stanford, Cornell, Columbia, Princeton, Northwestern, Johns Hopkins and many other top renowned universities.

Dhananjay Kumar (NC A&T)

“This is a DOE crown jewel that has never been awarded to an HBCU until now,” Kumar said in the statement. “Not only will we work on clean energy initiatives, but we will also help improve diversity, inclusion and equity by involving high school, undergraduate and graduate students in our research. superiors from historically underserved backgrounds.”

The DOE lists Kumar as a “Principal Investigator,” but he will have a team of researchers that includes Kristen Rhinehardt of the Computational Science and Engineering department; Bishnu Bastakoti from the College of Science and Technology, Chemistry; Shyam Aravamudhan of the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering; and Caroline Booth of the College of Education.

A&T, which was founded in 1891, is renowned for its engineering and STEM programs and generally graduate more engineers than any other HBCU.

University in April received a $35 million grant of the Engineering North Carolina’s Future program, and the next day President Joe Biden visited the university and visited its engineering research center.

This was followed by a $23.7 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce, announced in August the creation of a clean energy workforce training program called STEPs4GROWTH.

“We are thrilled to lead this historic and innovative research center to advance our country in clean energy,” Stephanie Luster-Teasley, acting dean of the College of Energy, said in the statement. “This prize, combined with the prize of the university $23 million Steps4Growth The Clean Energy Workforce Training Award will ensure that faculty and students at NC A&T’s College of Engineering demonstrate leadership in helping to create a net-zero emissions economy and continue to promote the diversity in clean energy fields.

Connections for Boom?

Overture jet (Courtesy of Boom Supersonic)
Overture jet (Courtesy of Boom Supersonic)

That would seem like a significant development for the Triad, which plans to open two new clean energy manufacturing facilities over the next three years.

Toyota is building a battery plant for its electronic vehicles at the Greensboro Randolph Megasitebut it could be even more important for Boom Supersonic, which will build a supersonic commercial aircraft at Piedmont Triad International Airport.

“All advancements in renewable fuels are beneficial, and we are pleased to see that NC A&T has received funding to advance clean hydrogen,” Boom spokesperson Aubrey Scanlan wrote in an email response. mail to a question from the WGHP.

Boom’s jet will fly on carbon-neutral – or clean – power rather than traditional oil in an engine developed by Rolls Royce, and Boom promised to hire students from North Carolina universities in apprentice roles as he develops the Overture, his jet, and plans to have it in the air by 2029.

“Green hydrogen is an important component in the production of some sustainable aviation fuels, including power-to-liquid fuels that use renewable energy to separate carbon from carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and combine that carbon with green hydrogen to produce drop-in, zero-carbon aviation fuel,” Scanlan said.

The DOE Program

DOE’s energy research centers will include not only the 28 universities and nine laboratories, but also more than 75 additional partner institutions, according to the release. Research will range from the development of solar and nuclear energy technologies to energy storage, carbon capture, new manufacturing processes and more efficient use of critical minerals in energy technologies and manufacturing.

“Led by world-renowned scientists, DOE’s Energy Frontier Research Centers are engines of innovation that have unlocked scientific breakthroughs leading to transformative climate solutions like solar windows and carbon capture technology,” said Energy Secretary Jennifer M. Granholm in a statement. “This funding will create well-paying jobs and open doors to a range of clean energy technologies across all sectors that will be essential to reducing carbon emissions, meeting our climate goals and creating the clean infrastructure of the future. ”

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